A Roman Catholic is derived from the Latin word for teaching, doctrina, and is an important aspect of Christianity more so than other world religions because Christian... more and practice that eliminates or reduces an individual’s time in Is the place in Roman Catholic theology where those who die in a state of grace, but not yet clean from the stain of sin, suffer temporal punishment i... more based on a formal pronouncement by the church that is obtained by performing some extra-ordinary action such as participating in a crusade, going on a designated pilgrimage, or paying for a written indulgence. In Luther’s day, a Derived from the Latin term persona and the Greek term prosopon. It is a technical term in Christian theology for the concept that the Trinity consist... more could purchase an indulgence for oneself or others whether they were living or dead. In theory, an indulgence only applies to the Comes from a Latin term meaning “to do enough” and is associated with the idea of making up for some wrong or paying a debt owed to someone. It sp... more portion of the Comes from the Latin term sacramentum, which is a translation of the Greek term mysterion meaning “mystery,” and originally was used to refer to a... more of Is an old version of the word “repentance,” and refers to: 1) the Catholic sacrament also referred to as Confession where remorseful sinner (the ... more so sinners still need to confess, feel true usually refers to one of the four parts of the sacrament of Penance in the Roman Catholic Church that consists of hating one’s sins. Luther rejected... more, and receive the pronouncement of Derived from a Latin word meaning “to loose” and is related to dissolve. Broadly this word is equivalent to forgiveness of sins, but used specific... more from the priest in order to obtain forgiveness of Is violation to God’s Law, and implicitly includes disobedience to God’s the command to love God and one’s neighbor. See mortal sin, original si... more, but in practice during the middle ages many persons viewed the purchase of an indulgence as the purchase of forgiveness of Is violation to God’s Law, and implicitly includes disobedience to God’s the command to love God and one’s neighbor. See mortal sin, original si... more.