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Confirmation 2 Exam Review
Review for Confirmation 2 test. It includes questions from... the Basic Christian Doctrine, Chapters 1-5 Quiz (from book), selected questions from 100 questions project, prayer to the Holy Spirit, and the Fruits and Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
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Who is God?
God is our creator, the Father of Jesus Christ.
Who made you?
God made me?
Why did God make you?
God made me because he loves me and wants me to be happy with him forever.
What are the rules or commandments God, our father, gave us to tell us what to do?
By keeping them, we show our love for God and all people.
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
1. I, the Lord, am your God. You shall not have other gods besides me.
2. You shall not take the name of the Lord, your God, in vain.
3. Take care to keep the Sabbath day.
4. Honor your father and your mother.
5. You shall not kill.
6. You shall not commit adultery.
7. You shall not steal.
8. You shall not bring dishonest witness against your neighbor.
9. You shall not covet your neighbor's wife.
10. You shall not covet your neighbor's goods.
How do we show our love for God?
We show our love for God by praying to him everyday, using His Name with respect and by praising Him together at Mass on Sundays.
How do we show our love for others?
We show our love for others by obeying our parents, working and studying hard, helping others, not being selfish, telling the truth, and always being fair.
Who is Jesus Christ?
Jesus Christ is God's own Son, who became our Savior and brother.
Who did God send to save us from sin?
God sent his only Son, Jesus Christ, to save us from sin.
How did Jesus save us from sin?
Jesus saved us from sin by offering his suffering and death to God as a sacrifice for our sins.
When did Jesus die for our sins?
Jesus die on Good Friday.
What did Jesus say are the "Two Greatest Commandments"?
"You shall love the Lord your God with your whole heart, with your whole soul, and your whole mind." This is the first and greatest commandment. The second greatest commandment is "You shall love your neighbor as yourself." (Matt 22:37-38)
What power did Jesus give to his Apostles on Easter?
Jesus gave His Apostles the power to forgive sin.
What prayer did Jesus teach us?
The Our Father
When did Jesus perform His first miracle?
His first miracle was when he changed water into wine at the wedding of Canaa in Galilee.
Who celebrated the First Mass?
Jesus Christ celebrated the First Mass on Holy Thursday evening, the evening before He died.
At Mass, how do we show that we believe in Jesus?
We show that we believe in Jesus when we listen to His Word.
Who is the Holy Spirit?
The Holy Spirit is God, the third Person in the Blessed Trinity. He helps us love God and one another.
How is the Holy Spirit symbolized?
The Holy Spirit is symbolized by the dove, wind, or fire.
What do we mean by the Blessed Trinity?
By the Blessed Trinity, we mean one God in Three Divine Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Who is the Mother of Jesus and Mother of the Church?
The Blessed Virgin Mary is the Mother of Jesus and Mother of the Church.
What special prayer do we say to Mary?
The Hail Mary
Was anyone ever free from original sin?
Yes, Mary, Jesus' Mother was born without original sin.
What message did God send Mary?
God sent the Angel Gabriel to Mary with this message: "You shall have a Son and you shall call Him Jesus".
Why was the message Good News?
Because Mary was to become the Mother of Jesus, our Savior.
What is the Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary?
The Immaculate Virgin, who was free from all stain of sin, was taken up body and soul into heavenly glory and exalted by the Lord, as Queen of all things.
What is a prayer?
Prayer is listening to God and talking to Him with love. It is lifting up out minds and hearts to God.
Why do we pray?
We pray to express our love for God, to thank him, to ask forgiveness of our sins, and to ask for graces and blessings for ourselves and others.
What is grace?
Grace is any gift from God, especially His great gift of sanctifying grace, the divine life of our soul.
How many kinds of grace are there?
There are two kinds of grace, sanctifying and actual.
What is the difference between a mistake and a sin?
A mistake is when we do something wrong by accident. A sin is something we do wrong on purpose.
What is sin?
Sin is deliberately saying "NO" to God and a failure to love God and my neighbor.
Who committed the first sin?
Adam and Eve committed the first sin.
What is a less serious sin called?
A less serious sin is called a venial sin and lessons our friendship with God.
What is a serious sin called?
A serious sin is called a mortal sin and is a complete failure to love God and breaks our friendship with Him.
What are three things necessary for a serious sin?
A. The thing is seriously wrong.
B. The person clearly knows it is wrong.
C. The person freely chooses to do wrong.
Does God want us to be caught in the darkness of sin?
God does not want us to be caught in the darkness of sin. He wants us to save us.
What is a sacrament?
A sacrament is an outward sign instituted by Christ to give grace.
How many sacraments did Jesus Christ give us?
C. Holy Eucharist
E. Holy Orders
G. Anointing of the Sick
Does each of the sacraments also give us a special grace?
Each of the sacraments gives us sacramental grace, which helps one to carry out the particular purpose for that grace.
How are the sacraments divided?
They are divided into three groups: Initiation (Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation) Healing (Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick), and Vocation (Holy Orders and Matrimony).
How do we become members of God's family?
We become members of God's family in Baptism.
What is Baptism?
Baptism is a Sacrament in which we receive God's life and love. It takes away original sin, and we become children of God.
What does Baptism do for us?
Baptism frees us from original sin and gives us the grace in which we become God's children and members of the church.
What should we do if we sin by failing to love God and others?
We should say we are sorry and really mean it.
What is Reconciliation?
Reconciliation is a Sacrament. In this sacrament Jesus forgives our sins as soon as we are sorry.
What other names can we use for the Sacrament of Reconciliation?
Penance and Confession
Who has the power to forgive sin today?
Our priests have the power to forgive sins today in the Sacrament of Reconciliation, when we confess our sins.
What do we do before receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation?
We find out what we have done that shows we do not have enough for God and others.
What is this called?
It is called an examination of faith.
How do we examine our conscience?
We ask ourselves some questions, for example:
1. Have I kept God in mind and prayed to Him often?
2. Have I missed Mass on Sundays without a good reason?
3. Have I used the name of God without respect?
4. Have I obeyed my parents and guardians?
5. Have I fought with my brothers, sisters, and others?
6. Have I tried to help others who asked for help?
7. Have I shared with my brothers, sisters, and others?
8. Have I lied to anyone?
9. Have I taken anything that did not belong to me?
10. Have I tried to help people who do not have as much as I do?
What is the Holy Eucharist?
The Holy Eucharist is the Sacrament in which we receive the Body and Blood of Christ.
When did Jesus first give Himself to us in Holy Communion?
Jesus first gave Himself to us while He and the Apostles were eating the Last Supper. Jesus took bread into His hands. He blessed it, broke it, and gave it to the Apostles, saying "TAKE AND EAT, THIS IS MY BODY WHICH IS GIVEN UP FOR YOU". Then He took the Cup of Wine; He thanked His Father for this gift and gave it to His Apostles saying "TAKE AND DRINK, THIS IS MY BLOOD WHICH IS POURED OUT FOR MANY FOR THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS".
Who were the first to receive Holy Communion?
The Twelve Apostles, from Jesus Christ, on Holy Thursday evening.
When do bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ?
At the consecration of the Mass, when the priest says the words of Christ.
Who takes Christ's place today in giving the Body and Blood of Christ?
Our priests take the place. Christ gave the power to the Apostles and to all the priests to change bread and wine into his Body and Blood.
What is Confirmation?
It is a sacrament in which the Holy Spirit comes to us in a special way to join us more closely to Jesus and His church and seal and strengthen us as Christ's witnesses.
What is Holy Orders?
It is a sacrament through which men are a given grace and power to carry out the sacred duties of deacons priests, or bishops.
Whose work does the priest continue on Earth?
The priest continues the work of Jesus Christ.
What is matrimony?
Matrimony is the sacrament through which a baptized man and a baptized woman join themselves in a lawful marriage and receive God's grace so that they may carry out their responsibilities.
What is Anointing of the Sick?
It is a sacrament by which Jesus Christ gives us comfort and strength to the soul, and sometimes to the body, of someone of who is dangerously ill due to sickness, injury, or old age.
What is the Bible?
It is the written word of God. it is called the Sacred Scripture.
How is the Bible divided?
The Bible is divided into the Old Testament, written before the coming of Jesus Christ, and the New Testament, written after His ascension into heaven.
How many books are there in the bible?
There are 46 books in the Old Testament and 27 books in the New Testament.
What does "Easter duty" mean?
"Easter duty" means receiving holy communion at least once a year during the Easter Season. (At this time you also receive penance)
How many days after Easter does Pentecost occur?
What is the study of the nature of God and religious truth called?
What is the name of the movement of unity among the Christian Churches?
Ecumenical Movement/ Ecumenism
What is the name of the short stories Jesus told to teach and reveal religious truths?
What is another word for Paraclete?
The Church on earth, in heaven, and in purgatory is called what?
Communion of Saints
What do you call an act that breaks or weakens the bond of love between God and our neighbor?
What are sacred words and actions that Christ gave to the church to nourish, strengthen, and express our faith?
Our trust in God and belief in all that he and his church teaches is called what?
What is the name of the body of laws that govern the Church?
What is the sign in a church that the Blessed Sacrament is reserved there?
What doe the letters on a crucifix mean?
Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews
Which mysteries of the rosary contain Jesus' preaching to the Kingdom of God?
What is the name of the mystery of the Son of God becoming human?
Because Confirmation seals you in the Spirit, and leaves a permanent mark, it is received how many times?
What must you do in order to receive Confirmation?
You must show that you desire to live the catholic faith.
What does the Holy Spirit do for us in Confirmation?
It strengthens you to witness the faith and defend it.
What are the Beatitudes?
Examples of whom we should be, there is a total of 8
The Gift of the Holy Spirit that makes us marvel at God's goodness and love so that we avoid anything that separates us from him is called what?
Wonder and Awe
Which Gift of the Spirit helps us love the things of God and make choices pleasing?
Which Gift of the Spirit enlightens us to seek God's advice and enables us to advice others?
Right judgement or counsel
The Gift of the Spirit that strengthens us to do what is right in the face of difficulties and endure suffering is called what?
Baptismal promises renewed at Confirmation are promises of what?
to reject Satan and live by the faith in Christ.
What does "to witness to Christ" mean?
To spread the good news and give loving service to others.
What does being holy and growing spiritually mean?
Living the faith
What are the names of the three oils used by the Church?
The chrism, oil of catechumens, and oil of the sick.
Who translated the Bible from Hebrew and Greek to the language of the people, Latin?
What is the name of the Catholic belief that the consecrated bread and wine is truly the Body and Blood of Christ?
What makes up the essential right of Confirmation?
The laying on of the hands, anointing with the chrism, and receiving the bishop's words, "Be sealed with the git of the Holy Spirit."
What is the name of your parish?
St. Pius X
What is the name of your priests?
Fr. Guadagnoli, Fr. Garcia, and Fr. Morris
What Mass do you attend?
Sunday 11:30 mass, English
The disciples of Jesus were filled with the Spirit on _________.
The Holy Spirit gave the disciples _______ to proclaim Jesus.
The Old Testament word for spirit can be translated as "____" or "breath."
Fire symbolizes the ___________ energy of the spirit.
The holy Spirit rested on Jesus like a dove when Jesus emerged from the waters of his _______.
You receive an __________ of the Holy Spirit in the Sacrament of Confirmation.
For Confirmation you can choose the name of a saint to be your _____ of Christian life.
The Spirit ___________ our bond with the Church in Confirmation.
The Holy Spirit is our ________, or defender.
T or F: The Holy Spirit is referred to as the Spirit of Truth in the Gospel of John.
T or F: John the Baptist was the advocate whom Jesus promised to send to help the apostles.
T or F: Advocate can mean "mediator", "intercessor", "comforter", or "consoler."
T or F: Jesus promised not to leave the disciples as martyrs.
What can the word "advocate" mean?
helper, consoler, comforter, intercessor
At the Last ______ Jesus formed a new covenant with his blood.
By his Death and ____________ Jesus formed a group of people who followed his teaching and kept his commandment of love.
The __________ are signs of the Holy Spirit's presence in our lives.
_______ marks us as Christians?
Sanctifying _____ helps us follow the directions of the Holy Spirit.
We promise to try to be like Jesus when we accept God's ________.
The sacrament of ____________ strengthens the gifts you received in Baptism.
______ is the oil used in Baptism and Confirmation.
________ the faith will help you grow closer to God.
What is the event in which the spirit took over the Apostles and led them to speak in tongues?
Catholics believe in ___ Gods.
Creed comes from the Latin word credo, which means "I _______"
Jesus worked miracles to show the power of God's _______.
The Catholic Church is a community of people from all over the ____.
The goal of unity for all Christians is called _________.
The Church is holy because _____, the Church's founder, is holy.
The Church teaches the Christian message by word and _________.
The Church is catholic; or open to ________.
Mary is the most ________ member of the Communion of Saints; she is the Mother of God and the Church.
People who die in God's grace and friendship will live forever with Christ in ______.
Name the three persons in the Blessed Trinity.
God the Father, Jesus Christ the son, and the Holy Spirit
Name the three states of being that humans can reach after dying.
being in Heaven, Hell, or purgatory.
Name all four of the distinguishing marks of the Church.
One, holy, catholic, and apostolic
T or F: The Beatitudes begin the Sermon on the Mount.
T or F: The core of the law; the Ten Commandments, was given by God to Moses.
T or F: It was easy for Jesus' community to follow the Beatitudes.
T or F: Your intention must be good in order to make a good choice.
T or F: The Beatitudes replace the Ten Commandments?
T or F: Your conscience naturally directs you toward evil?
Blessed are the ___________ for they shall be called the children of God.
Moses gave us these set of rules instructed by God.
Our conscience helps us makes these things daily. (Hint: decisions)
Jesus appreciated this in people.
This directs us towards good.
We are called to provide this for others.
Gifts: This enables you to love the things of God and to see things from his point of view.
Gifts: This helps you to know the value of things through your life experiences.
Gifts: This enables you to love and respect God and others.
Gifts: This gives you strength to stand up for your beliefs.
Gifts: This gives you insights into the truths of the faith.
Gifts: This allows you to recognize God's greatness
wonder and awe
Gifts: This helps you seek advice and be open to the advice of others.
Virtues: This considers others' needs and values fairness.
Virtues: This helps you resist temptation and helps you do what's right even when it's difficult.
Virtues: This lets you to stop and think before acting.
Virtues: This is complete trust in God and the belief in all he has revealed through the Church.
Virtues: This shows your love for God and neighbor for God's love for us.
Virtues: This exhibits self-control and limits desire for enjoyment.
Virtues: This shows your confidence in the fact that God will be with us forever.
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