What is faith?
the assurance of things that are hoped for
what is a mediator?
one who reconciles two people or groups
Who is Joseph?
Jesus' human father. Learned of his nature in a dream
Who are peter, james and John
Witnessed the transfiguration, also witnessed the Garden.
To share interest and responsibilities
-to stand as 1. care for everyone
the harmony of creation before sin entered the world.
-way god created the world and the way he wants the world to return to.
means that the son was not created
the study of the holy spirit
a person who is not of the jewish community ( We are gentiles)
a sign that points to something other than itself; all miracles need Gods intervention.
a fundamental reorientation of life toward God and away from sin. A change of heart. Example: Conversion of St. Saul to St. Paul
the work of the Holy Spirit in making human persons holy. .
an emotion or passion that is misdirected, when you put other things, especially materials, in front of God.
the process of deciding what god is calling us to do.
How are we called to discern?
by following the holy spirit through prayer sacrifice and by having an open mind .
the ability to put God above all things.
a solemn agreement.
who was the final covenant?
what is an example of a covenant?
Gods promise with Noah and the people to never flood the earth again. Also Abraham being promised his followers would be as many as the stars in the sky.
what does the missionary mandate call us to do?
obliges us to share the Gospel
Ex: preach the gospel, if necessary use words.
When does it become our obligation to use the missionary mandate
an unbroken line of authority.
What are the four marks of the church?
the church is ONE, the church is HOLY, the church is CATHOLIC and the church is APOSTOLIC; given to Peter and the apostles
Why is apostolic succession significant?
Because we can trace all the way back to the apostles and the first pope; Peter
the first person to hear the name of God
Who is most closely related to the 10 commandments
The particular judgement
occurs immediately after death
which event would be most likely to shake a persons faith?
the loss of a friend
the study of God
the study of Christ
True or False Moses died before he could lead the people
what is the main purpose of the church?
inviting people to grow in faith
what does decalogue mean and what is a decalogue
means 10 words
is the 10 commandments
What does God call us to do?
return to original justice
Which idea is most closely related to human dignity?
what is infallibility?
perfection, no mistakes
what human is known to be infallible
What is the last church document on infallibility?
the immaculate conception
According to Jesus, what must people become like to be great in heaven?
why must people be like children?
because children are open minded and put their whole heart and soul into everything they do.
who is Sophia Cavalletti?
Created a method of teaching young children about God. The goal of her method is to help children have a "living encounter" with the living God.
What does Sophia Cavalletti call her method?
the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, named after the parable of the good shepherd.
who is Maria Montessori?
Sophia Cavalleti's influence. She developed the Montessori method of early childhood development by respecting children in all stages of their development.
Why are the annunciation, baptism and Transfiguration of Jesus similar?
They all reveal the trinity
How do the annunciation, baptism and transfiguration of Jesus reveal the trinity?
Annunciation-The Holy Spirit tells Mary to name Jesus Jesus
Baptism-God says this is my son
Transfiguration- reveals complete transformation
What is the greek word that means Messiah?
which event shows that we do not need to fear death?
the resurrection; which shows that we are eventually going to Heaven
Which of the following did NOT cause evil?
the granting of free will
Why are we responsible for the evil in the world?
Because we chose to act negatively and abuse the free will God gave us.
Who was the "Beloved"
John, the youngest of the apostles. Was at the crucifixion.
which group of people believed that Gods divine nature excluded Jesus' human nature?
Who were the arians?
believed that Jesus was only a very special human but was not a God
Why was Jesus called "Jesus of Nazareth"?
Because he grew up there; also called jesus ben(of) Joseph
Which can be described as enjoying hypostatic union?
True or False
Jesus is mostly divine and partly human
JC is both fully divine and fully human.
Which source gives the best information about Jesus?
Accounts in the scriptures
What is the best description of Jesus' disciples when they joined him
The book of ____ contains the creation story
What is Human Solidarity is based on?
our relationship with God.
What is the original sacrament of forgiveness?
Which term is used for the state of being in a right relationship with God?
What did Jesus share during the Sermon on the Mount?
The Beatitudes show that the kingdom of God is meant for those who
listen to Gods teachings
Which is most like the Golden Rule?
the second Great Commandment
What is the second great commandment?
Love your neighbor as yourself
What is the 1st great commandment?
Why is the rich young man in Matthews Gospel noteworthy?
Because he grieves about his many posessions.
Who received the great commission first?
What was Dom Helder known for?
Advocating for Brazillian human rights
Marys role in Jesus' birth and her devotion as she followed his Revelation as God led her to her being called
The first disciple
Which is NOT an aspect of evangelization?
reflecting on Jesus' words
What are 3 aspects of evangelization?
writing about God
Imitating Jesus' image
speaking about the gospel
What are the 3 petitions in the Lords prayer about?
the glory of God
Which term best describes those who have shown faith and have entered into glory with Christ?
What is the purpose of purgatory?
To purify souls that are not ready for Heaven
What is the church within the family known as?
the domestic church
when are we sanctified
We are sanctified at baptism and confirmation
what gospel statement points to the hypostatic union
The "I am" statement in John/ Moses and the burning bush- Genesis
What is not a traditional lenten discipline?
Caring for creation
Where did moses receive the 10 commandments?
Why did JC refer to the narrow gate?
the narrow gate is a symbolic term. Its stands for Jesus himself. It also stand for the road less traveled by. The narrow gate is the harder path that ultimately leads us to Heaven as opposed to the wide gate that leads us to destruction.
The beatitudes show that the kingdom of God is meant for those who
listen to gods teachings
During lent, what acts lead us toward conversion?
prayer, fasting and works of charity.
In what book does Jesus refer to the "narrow gate"
the book of matthew
What is assumption?
when Mary's body went into Heaven.
What is the Mosaic Law?
the law/ 10 commandments God gave to Moses on Mount Sinai. They are the GUIDELINES FOR LIVING.
Why does history teach about conflict in the church?
Lead to understand? (ask)
Who was the first to hear/share the word of God?
Who is the guarantor of faith?
Mary appearing to Juan Diego made her known as?
The patroness of America
Which event in Marys life parallels Jesus's life?
What is an example of an "I am" statement in the old testament
"I am" at the burning bush (ask)
Who was the great commission originally given to?
When do we affirm our belief in the communion of Saints?
when we recite the apostles creed.
Sacraments, especially the sacrament of the Eucharist, help to..
form the church into a community.
Why do Catholics pray to Mary and the Saints?
to ask to intercede with God on behalf of ourselves and others.
how are we called to share the good news?
by what we say and by how we act
What are Saints responsible for?
(Answer on test = ALL)
interceding, holy things that unite the church, importance of community, being our friends
Which disciple did Jesus make Marys' new son at the point of Jesus' death?
How are we called to evangelize?
by proclaiming our belief in God and his Gospel by our words and actions. (answer on test =ALL)
Who baptized Jesus?
John the baptist
Who is called the theotokos?
What does Theotokus mean?
Where did JC's first miracle occur?
The wedding of Caina
What is Original Justice?
The harmony inside the human person, between a man and a woman and between the first humans and all of creation.
A prayer can also be known as a....
What did Jesus warn his disciples when talking of prayer?
To not pray like hypocrites
How many times was Jesus tempted in the dessert?
How many "I am statements" are there in John
Which is not a title to describe Jesus?
What does logos mean?
What does God call us to be?
Where do we find the sermon on the mount?
What were the consequences of Adam and Eve?
They lost the harmony that existed through original justice and holiness, let sin enter the world and let death enter the world (The great fall)
What is the Paschal mystery?
christ work of redemption accomplished through his LIFE, DEATH & RESURRECTION
How did God become flesh?
Who revealed the trinity?
God the father
What is anthropology?
The study of the human relationship with Christ.
What is an event that shows how great Gods love it?
What are the five forms of prayer?
Contrition, petition, intercession, thanksgiving and Blessing
How many decades are in the Rosary?
In the gospel of John what does he refer miracles to?
The idea of the church being called the body of Christ is found in..
The letters of Paul to the Corinthions
How did people chose to live in Hell?
By going against Gods calling and acting negatively.
(T/F) Jesus advises us that we must have doubts in order to pray to God
(T/F) The elect can also be referred to as Jesus' chosen people
How many I am statements are there?
What is another name for the Lords prayer?
the our father
The last four sections of the Lords prayer refer to...
the needs of Gods people
What is an example of detachment?
JC calling us to take the road less traveled by.
What is the event in Jesus' life that is the most linked to hope?
Word of the decalogue is found in..
Sermon on the mount is most linked with the..
The law of moses is most linked to the..
What is the 1st great commandment?
To love the lord your God with all your...
Give an example of disordered affections
rejoicing in having too much.
(T/F) Jesus is often linked to the historical figure King Harold.
(T/F) Like Isiah, Jesus did not raise his voice to preach.
What is actualization
taking something that was once potential and putting it into action or making it actually happen.
What is one way JC taught
(T/F) Jesus began his public ministry at the age of 30
Define: Hypostatic Union
In Christology, the union of the divine and human natures in the one divine person of the Son of God, Jesus Christ
(T/F) Abraham is the father of 3 faiths.
What are the 3 faiths Abraham is the father of?
Islam, Judaism and Christianity.
Who created the Catechism of the Good Shepard?
Who is the Son of Man?
Each person of the trinity is...
Unique and inseparable
( answer =all of the above)
Define: Fullness of Time
The time when Jesus the Son of God also became the Son of Mary
- a time fixed by God in which divine prophecies about the Mesiahs coming on the earth are fufilled
Who is Jesus Christ?
The only Son of God
the study of Christ
The theological term for how the Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son as a single principle
The eternal relationship between Jesus and God the father, meaning Jesus is the only Son of God and he is God himself. The father generates, the Son is begotten and the Holy Spirit proceeds
the study of God
The study of the Holy Spirit.
one who reconciles two people or groups
With the Father, the Son is one and the same with God.
Who is Job?
A good and faithful man who suffers multiple hardships due to the devils bet with God. He wishes he were dead but then falls silent, not to defeat but to prayer. When God hears Job's prayer he restores Job with far beyond what he had originally lost.
Define: Apostolic Tradition
teachings that come to us from the Apostles
The apostles and their successors, the bishops, to whom gave the authority to teach, sanctify and govern the church
The reward which God promises and gives to those who love him and who by his grace, perform good works.
Define: Immaculate Conception
From the moment of her own conception and by grace from God and the virtue of the merits of Jesus Christ, Mary was preserved from original sin.
Praying to God on behalf of or for the needs of someone else
An assembly of people who have been called together from various places
Define: Missionary Mandate
The command to the whole church to further the mission of Jesus Christ, including spreading the good news in word or deed, loving one another and working for peace and justice as we participate in bringing about the kingdom of God.
Define: Life everlasting
The teachings affirming that at the end of her life, Mary was taken up, body and soul, into Heaven.
An unbroken line of authority. The way the Catholic church can trace all the way back to the apostles.
(T/F) Parables are equal to miracles
What does history teach about conflict in the church?
It leads us to understand
Why did Jesus refer to the narrow gate?
So its possible to enter Gods kindgom
What was the "I am" statement in the old testament?
When God appeared to Moses and revealed the name of God, YHWAH, at the burning bush.
What did the 2nd scribe in the Gospel of Mark try to do?
question about salvation history =
Reciting apostles creed=
What should come first in our lives?
What is the new law?
The new law is the law of love. To love others as they love you.
(T/F) Adam was the first to hear the word of God
(T/F)Almsgiving/indulgences on behalf of the dead
What are the last four parts of the our father about
the needs of the people
(T/F) Book of Dan mysterious visions
(T/F) JC advises us to have doubts when we pray to God