Martin Luther Vocabulary

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Communion

protestants know this as The Lord's Supper a celebration and remembrance of the Lord's death

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Excommunication

to be cut off from the worship and activity of the Church because of unrepentant sin (sin you continue in and not sorry for and refuse to stop)

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Heretic (heresy)

a person who does not believe the teachings of the Church any belief that is different from or against the beliefs of the Church

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Indulgence

a letter that promises immediate forgiveness of pasts sins and reduction in payment for those sins or time spent in purgatory

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Mass

a Catholic church service

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Monk (monastery)

a male religious teacher , a place where a monk lives

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Parishioners

people who attend church

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Pious

the quality of beingv very religious and good

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Pope

the head of the Roman Catholic Church

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Prostestant

the churches (and people who attend those churches) that were formed as a result of the Protestant Reformation (taken from the word "protest")

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Purgatory

a place where the Catholic Church teaches believers in Christ must go when they die before entering heaven, while unbelievers go straight to hell.

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Recant (revovo)

to take back something you said

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Relic

any item (tooth , hair , thorn , etc.) that Catholics cherished they believe belonged to a past saint or Jesus himself

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Reformation

a time in history when the teachings of the Catholic Church were challenged by men known as reformers and new churches were formed that were not Catholic (called Protestant)

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Repent

to ask forgivness for sins and from from them

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Sacraments

7 events or activites

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Sacrifice

to give up something important

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The Battle CRy of the Reformation

the 5 Solas
Sola fide-faith alone
sola sciptura-scripture alone
sola christus-Christ alone
sola gratia-grace alone
sola deo gloria God's glory alone