← LIBERTY JOY Test
4 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- the Sacrament that is the foundation of our Christian life. We are born anew in baptism, strengthened by Confirmation and receive in the Eucharist the food of eternal life. By means of these Sacraments, we receive an increasing measure of divine life and advance toward the perfection of charity.
- the call each of us has in life to be the person God wants each to be and the way we each serve the Church and the Kingdom of God. Each of us can live out his vocation as a lay person, or as a member of the clergy.
- A state of life recognized by the church and the religious life men and women freely respond to a call to follow Jesus by living the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience and community with others.
3 True/False Questions
Jesus is Holy → He is perfect in His love for his father and for all people. To be holy is to be like Jesus. It is to be filled with the Holy Spirit. It is to be a saint.
HOLINESS → the fullness of Christian life and love. All people are called to holiness which is made possible by cooperating with God's grace to do his will. And as we do God's will, we are transformed more into the image of Jesus.
Elizabeth Anne Seton → She had three vocations, they were the married life, the single life, and the religions life. She is a saint who was born in NY.