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5 Matching questions

  1. Confirmation
  2. sacrament
  3. Divine Revelation
  4. Early Christians
  5. Liturgy of the Word
  1. a document from Second Vatican Council to show God hasn't left us to our own halting
  2. b effective sign of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Curch, by which divine life is shaed with us through the work of the Holy Spirit
  3. c mainly about conferring the gift of the Holy Spirit; brings us closer to God
  4. d believed that Jesus was truly present in breaking of bread; celebrated Mass on Sundays; only welcomed baptized Catholics to Eucharist
  5. e gather (sing, priest welcomes, opening prayer Gloria) and proclaim (OT, psalm, 2nd reading, Gospel, homily, Nincene creed, prayer of faithful)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. break (gifts brought forward, about to be blessed/changed by power of HS) and send (sent out as missionaries)
  2. condemned by the Catholic Church because the whol point of sex is to have children
  3. worked on a farm in France; drafted to army but ran away; ordained at 29, and sent to tiny parish in Ars; holiness attracted tourists to confession; health was bad stuck in booth 10-15 hours a day
  4. process by which those who had committed grave sins were brought back into communion with God/Church in early centuries; members often sat outside Church assembly and petition faithful for prayers/support
  5. human (contrition, confession, penance) and God (absolution- forgiveness)

5 True/False questions

  1. mystical bodyfinding true meaning lets us touch core of our being as people; encounter deepest longings, fears, wounds

          

  2. sanctifying gracefree/undeserved gift God gives us to respond to our vocation to become his adopted children

          

  3. the Confessionschronicled events of the life of St. Augustine

          

  4. Paschal Mysteryborn in 1917 in El Salvador; left school at 12 years old to study carpentry; left for passion for priesthood; ordained in 1942 and made it to archbishop in 1972; defended people from government; shot at funeral

          

  5. transubstantiationthrough consecration, bread/wine become Jesus