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4 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. The moral virtue that, under the cardinal virtue of temperance, provides for the successful integration of sexuality within the person leading to the inner unity of the bodily and spiritual being
  2. The emotions or dispositions which incline us to good or evil actions, such as love and hate, hope and fear, joy and sadness, and anger
  3. sexual relations between relations or in-laws within a prohibited degree
  4. That which completes or makes perfect; the completion, perfection, consummation

4 True/False Questions

  1. RapeUnjust desire to possess in a way that exceeds the limits of reason what is not ours and belongs to another or is owed to him


  2. Fornificationdeliberate stimulation of the genital organs to derive sexual pleasure


  3. Purityattuning the intellect and will to the demands of God's holiness, chiefly in 3 areas: 1) charity, 2) chastity or sexual rectitude, and 3) love of truth and orthodoxy of faith


  4. FecundityLiterally "fruitfulness"; an end of marriage and flowering of conjugal love by which children are produced


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