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Addressing Medieval explorers, the Vatican reminded them that "it is not your country, but the _____ you must bring..."
What religion shares the Old Testament with Christians?
In the _______, Jesus makes it clear that the needs of the poor and vulnerable MUST concern us
Parable of the Last Judgment
Which is NOT a basic right for all individuals?
to say/ do whatever you want b/c we live in a free country
The church believes that God has bound salvation to the sacrament of baptism
but has not bound himself by his sacraments
The _____________ is the sum of the spiritual, material, and social conditions needed for a person to achieve full human dignity.
Dogma may not change, however ________, the way in which dogma is articulated may be shared in different ways in different times.
God's Revelation in Christ was given over to the Apostles who shared it orally and in
________ is a supernatural communication God gives to some people
The sacraments of initiation would best be described not as new beginnings but as a(n) ____________
realignment or transformation of something that already exists
The Kingdom of God begins with ___________ as its foundation. Its growth can be traced through the course of his life
In the Catholic Church, who can be baptized?
every non-baptized person
Through her apostolic nature (and the help of the Holy Spirit), the Church is able to remember and _________ all she has been taught all the way back to the Apostles and Jesus himself.
Which of the following options is NOT an example of how the Church remains faithful to her apostolic nature?
Remembering its holiness
The primacy of Baptism is shown in that it
marks the beginning and end of Jesus' ministry
One of the ideal transformative effects of the sacrament of Baptism is to help us live a virtuous life. The goal of a virtuous life is to
become like God
______ is/are one of the ways the pope and bishops support catholicity, keeping the universal and local churches in dialogue with one another.
Synods and Councils
We sing Alleluia before which part of the Mass?
The sacred memory that is kept alive in the Church is the memory of God's ________
Which is the most fundamental right for individuals?
Which is NOT a role of bishops?
What parable was used when talking about the different gifts that help build up the Church? (our personal responsibility for enhancing the mark of catholicity)
parable of talents
Who is in charge of the Diocese of Dallas?
Bishop Kevin Farrell
This sacrament is known as the "sacrament of the Holy Spirit"
If______ goes completely unchecked, the Church runs the risk of splintering
The Catholic belief that in the Body and Blood of Christ, "the whole Christ is truly, really and substantially contained"
Which of the following is a way that a bishop teaches in his diocese?
All listed answers
An apparition of Mary is an example of what?
_______is the foundation of unity among all Christians. Through this, even those who do not believe in the all the Catholic Church teaches still remain in some degree of communion with the it.
One of the most effective ways to "preach"/evangelize those who have not heard/ accepted the Gospel is through___________
Which is not one of the sacraments of initiation?
Pope Leo XIII's letter "The Condition of Labor" began modern
Catholic Social Teaching
The history of _____ is God's plan for his people
Rejecting the world as evil would be a rejection of _____ and God himself
What word literally means "having been sent"?
Which of the following is an example of Sacred Tradition?
all listed answers
The Words of Institution repeat the words of Christ from the ________
Which council established all masses to be uniform and celebrated in Latin?
What is the gift of the Holy Spirit whereby the pope and bishops are preserved from error when teaching on faith and morals?
An ancient gesture used in Confirmation that symbolizes the giving of the Spirit
laying on of hands
What can still be occurring today and is NOT required for Catholics to believe?
The Church's memory is preserved through
Sacred scripture and Sacred Tradition
The mark of "catholicity" begins with the act of
All Catholic Social Teachings begin with the fundamental belief that all human life is ___________ (choose the MOST correct answer)
Service is ______ for Catholics
The Assumption of Mary is an example of what?
What has been handed down in the Church, it contains Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, and believed to be divinely revealed?
Deposit of faith
What religion traces its heritage through Ishmael?
Historically, the Church's message has often been communicated through dramatic _________
Baptism comes from the Greek work "Baptizein" which means
plunge or immerse
What book of the bible records events that happen after Pentecost and shows the growth of the Church through the Apostles?
What does it mean to be "Eucharist to others"?
provide for those in need
In the earliest centuries, Confirmation and Baptism were celebrated
in a single ceremony
Place the following parts of the Mass in order
1. presentation of the offering
2. Eucharistic prayer
3. communion rite
4. concluding rites
What happened in the 4th century in regard to the mass?
Basic pattern was established, mirroring Jewish customs
Death to the old way of sin and new birth in the Holy Spirit are the 2 primary graces of
We become "new creatures," our identity is changed through the sacrament of
The Church is apostolic because _______ sent her into the world
______ addresses the deep rooted, structural causes of social injustice
Particularly through the sacrament of ____ we should see ourselves as God's anointed
The type of baptism that applies to those who have never heard the gospel, but lived godly life
baptism of desire
What is the Catholic perspective regarding culture?
Catholics need to bring the Good News to our culture
St. Paul expressed "_____ within diversity" in his description of how the Body of Christ builds up the Church.
The experience of seeing the intimate connection between love of God and love of others is an example of (choose most correct answer)
the graces of Holy Communion
What ended with the death of the last Apostle and is required for Catholics to believe?
What is the process of education in the faith?
Modern Catholic Social Teaching emerged as a response to the poverty and social inequality caused by the 19th c _______ in Europe
The Church's identity and reason for existence is because of it connection with Christ and _____
The Eucharist should be thought more as a _____ and not a ______ since we are sent forth
What do public revelation and private revelation have in common?
can lead us to deeper faith
An ancient practice used to consecrate objects and people to God for a special mission
anointing with oil
What type of teaching from the Church will NEVER change?
Catholic Social Teaching is rooted in ________
Whose task is it draw diverse groups of beliefs, practices and people together into communion without jeopardizing the rich diversity
God revealed himself fully in the Divine Person, ____, who walked the earth humbly, reaching out especially to the poor... inviting all into his love
All other sacraments are directed toward what?
Someone who seeks God with a sincere heart, but does not know the Gospel of Christ or his Church...
may achieve eternal life
The Eucharist is considered the "source and summit of the Christian life" b/c
Christ himself is contained in it
What means to be sent forth?
What is the term for care of God's creation?
Which council established mass to be celebrated in the vernacular?
Jesus' baptism shows us
that he emptied himself to be "like and with us"
To help the assembled become a worshiping community and prepare them for celebration of Eucharist is the purpose of the
The Church's mission began at the feast of __
The Catholic Church teaches that the Bible must ALWAYS be interpreted
The Church fundamentally continues to bring about God's Kingdom by imitating Jesus' example of ______
Catholics should ______ the point of view of members of other religions/ no religions in a spirit of humility, hoping to eliminate prejudices/misunderstandings and group in a deeper understanding of their own faith.
Being plunged/ immersed during Baptism symbolizes our being _______ Christ and emerging a new creature
While the Church does acknowledge the presence of Truth in other religions (Christian and non Christian), it also holds to its primacy over them because of
The mark of catholicity demands that the Church see any and all _______ as potential mediums of the Gospel
Place the following parts of the Mass in order
1. 1st reading
If total ________ among parishes were mandated, the Church would become sterile and lifeless
In the ______ of creation, we experience catholicity in the way all is drawn together in a mystical unity by God
This sacrament strengthens, intensifies, deepens and builds on the graces we were given at Baptism; it helps us become more open to those graces
Catholics live a complex vocation-- being both a part of the world, but also _______ from the world
Who in the Church is responsible for bringing the love of God to all people?
Which economic system does the Catholic church support?
The Church is ______ or universal because of her mission to the entire human race
The type of Baptism that applies to those who die for their faith prior to receiving baptism
baptism of blood
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