5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Type or Prototype
- salvation history
- Mystical Body of Christ
- felix culpa
- Ministerial Priesthood
- a Taught in St. Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians, believers are united to Christ in the way the individual parts of the body, each with it's own function, are united to the head.
- b Distinct from the common priesthood of the faithful, the ministerial priesthood consists of those men who have relieved the Sacrament of Holy Orders in order to minister to the needs of the faithful
- c latin for "happy fault"
- d the story of God's plan to save man from the consequences of sin. this plan began with creation, is unfolding now, and will continue until the end of time at the Second Coming.
- e an event or person in Scripture that points toward a later event or person.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Immunity from error and any possibility of error
- the first man and our first father. together with eve, he committed the first sin(original sin). this hebrew name refers to the particular individual or to mankind in general
- the bishops of the Church, through their ordination, from an uninterrupted, unbroken chain of succession, historically traceable to the Twelve Apostles.
- beyond the limits of ordinary human experience or knowledge.
- the mother of Jesus. The Blessed Virgin's greatest privilege is her divine Motherhood and, hence, her title Bearer of God, or Mother of God.
5 True/False Questions
Sarah → the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac
original justice → the supernatural and preternatural gifts enjoyed by our first parents before the fall; these include sanctifying grace and exemption from sin, suffering, death, and concupiscence.
Invincible Ignorance → a solemn agreement between people or between God and man involving mutual commitments and guarantees.
Transfiguration → The divine glory of Christ was manifested to Sts. Perter, James, and John on Mt. tabor. While there, Christ spoke with Moses and Elijah and was called "Son" by a voice from Heaven
Sanctifying Grace → the free and unmerited favor of God dispensed through the sacraments. This grace heals human nature, which has been wounded by sin, giving man a share in the divine life, which is infused into the soul by the Holy Spirit