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8th grade Unit 3

Across
Evangelist who wrote to show how Jesus fulfilled all the Messianic prophesies.
The act of the intellect, prompted by the will, by which we believe the truth of that God has revealed on the basis of the Authority of the one who has revealed it ; a gift from God.
The mystery of God becoming human.
Evangelist who wrote the Acts of the Apostles.
Mini-Gospels; stories from the early life of Jesus which tell of His identity, mission, and suffering.
Good news.
The perfect revelation of God.
Celebrated December 8th; The miracle that Mary was conceived without original sin.
The new, living, ark of the covenant, where God dwells among men in a whole new way.
The revelation of God through beliefs handed down by the Church from the time of the apostles.
Evangelist who was an apostle of St. Peter.
Down
The mystery of one God in three divine persons.
Evangelist who was at the foot of the Cross with Mary, the Mother of Jesus.
Jesus has two of these.
The help the Holy Spirit gave to the writers of Scripture so that would write, in their own words, all the truths he wanted them to write, no more and no less.
The suffering, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ.
Name which means, "God with us."
"Behold I am the handmaid of the Lord, let it be to me according to your word." Mary's yes to becoming the mother of Jesus.
Name which refers to Jesus' Second Coming, when he will judge the living and the dead.
What do we call the writers of the Gospels?
The Word of God; the written testimony of people's belief.
Name which means, "God saves."
You are responsible for becoming the best version of yourself: intellectually, physically, spiritually, emotionally, socially, and culturally.
"Rejoice!" The greeting St. Gabriel gave to Mary at the Annunciation.
The heresy which states that the Son and the Holy Spirit are not divine persons, but mere creations of God the Father. Come on Patrick!