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6th Sunday of Easter

Catholics United for the Faith

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4."The word you hear is not mine but that of the ____ who sent me."
6.In the city John saw, "The Lord God almighty and the Lamb" was this.
8.John saw the names of these inscribed on a wall.
9.Some early Christians said they had to be this to be saved.
10.John saw this coming down out of heaven.
11."May God have ____ on us and bless us," Ps 67
14.One who pleads for another.
16."May the peoples ____ you, O God;" Ps 67
17."Do not let your hearts be troubled or ____."
18.The mystery of one God in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is called the Holy ____.
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1."So may your ____ be known upon earth;" Ps 67
2.The apostles and elders in Jerusalem called the Christians in Antioch this.
3.Today Jesus promises that the ____ ____ will come to us. (two words)
5.The union of the divine and human natures in the one divine Person of Jesus Christ is called the ____ union.
7.In the city John saw, the lamp was "the ____."
11.Jesus said, "My ____ I give to you."
12.The council of Jerusalem declared it a necessity to abstain from "unlawful ____."
13.The council of Jerusalem communicated "the ____ of the Holy Spirit"
15."Whoever loves me will keep my ____,"
17.Today's first reading is from this book.

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