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Class Notes for CATH 100 at St. Francis Xavier University

Catholic Traditions & Culture

CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Transept
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November 30 2015 The Church in Place and Time (Ch.5) Time connects us with god. The Christian tradition allows us to think of time in sev- eral wa...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Anointing, Absolution
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Sacraments of initiation- • Baptism • Confirmation • Eucharist:Amystery that we accept as the truth. It is a sacrifice—Christ became a victim for our sins. It is also a memorial. We were not present,...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH100 Lecture 24: Nov 16 Cath 100
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November 16, 2015 The church singles out the Virgin Mary, who was, unlike Christ, fully human, but completely filled with the human spirit. 1. Mary was completely untouched by sin. 2. She welcomed the word of God...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Trinity, Alms, Asceticism
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November 9, 2015 Why do we have to discuss the Holy Spirit at all? Triune God means the God we talk of in terms of the trinity. Tri- means three, and une means one. A word to express three in one, which is exactly what G...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Seraph, La Verna, Mystikos
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November 2, 2015 Stigmata (1224): The five wounds of Christ. In Roman times a stigma was an actu- ally physical mark as a sign of disgrace—think Cain, the son of Adam. God marked him. Francis was the first Saint to rece...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Poor Clares, Seraph, Order Of Saint Benedict
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October 26 2015 Franciscan Spirituality: What are its traits? • Francis and his followers were imitating the early Christian church • Preaching that appealed to the people, in the language of the people, was ...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Openair, Simony, Mendicant Orders
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October 19 2015 St. Francis of Assisi (1182-1226) conversion: a turn in one’s direction Conversion—does it happen quickly, or is it slow and gradual? It can happen both ways. St. Paul, for example, had an instantaneous...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Desert Fathers, Cenobitic Monasticism, Hagiography
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October 13, 2015 Types of Religious LIfe Monks • Desert Fathers (c. 250-400) • Benedict of Nursia (c.480-550) It’s important to note that the Desert Fathers weren’t practicing monasticism. There wasn’t this o...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Desert Fathers, Cenobitic Monasticism, Israelites
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October 5, 2015 Types of Religious Life • martyrs • ascetics and monks o Desert Fathers: ▪ Eremitic-“hermits” who lived in isolation eg. the Carmelite order, ...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fourth Council Of The Lateran, Vatican Library, Pope
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September 28, 2015 Historical names used for the Pope: Pope – Greek: pappas: father Bishop of Rome – first among equals Vicar of Christ – representative of Christ Supreme Pontiff – Latin: pontis: bridge—the pope is the b...

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CATH 100
Suzanne E.Stewart
CATH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ignatian Spirituality, Pope Francis, Apostolic Succession
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Intro to Catholic Studies Cath 100:00 “A Big Heart Open to God”: Interview with Pope Francis 1. What kind of person is Pope Francis? - humility - Ignatian Spiritua...

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Suzanne E.Stewart

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