justice and, mindful of the precept of the Lord, to assist the poor.". 287 288 In 451 the Council of Chalcedon, in a canon of disputed validity, 289 elevated the see of Constantinople to a position "second in eminence and power to the bishop of Rome". The common words "God" "Jesus" "Christ" and some others, would be abbreviated by their first and last letters, marked with an overline. He instituted World Youth Day as a "worldwide encounter with the pope" for young people; it is now held every two to three years. Pee-gee-enn; what's the word for words like that, made out of initials? 44 45 Taboo words in particular commonly have such false etymologies: " shit " from "ship/store high in transit" 36 46 or "special high-intensity training" and " fuck " from "for unlawful carnal knowledge or "fornication under consent/command of the king". The Catholic Church shared communion with the Eastern Orthodox Church until the EastWest Schism in 1054, disputing particularly the authority of the pope, as well as with the Oriental Orthodox churches prior to the Chalcedonian schism in 451 over differences in Christology. 113 Final Judgment Main article: Last Judgment Catholicism The Catholic Church teaches that, immediately after death, the soul of each person will receive a particular judgement from God, based on their sins and their relationship to Christ. Some acronyms are considered formal (or officially adopted while many more are considered informal, slang or colloquial. Large numbers may use metric prefixes, as with " Y2K " for "Year 2000" (sometimes written "Y2k because the SI symbol for 1000 is "k"not "K which stands for " kelvin. Inconveniently long words used frequently in related contexts can be represented according to their letter count. The Church's official recognition of sanctity implies that the person is now in Heaven and that he may be publicly invoked and mentioned officially in the liturgy of the Church, including in the Litany of the Saints. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press. " cceo, Canons 155173". 183 Within the general vocation to be a Christian, these two sacraments "consecrate to specific mission or vocation among the people of God.