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Arts and Humanities
Year 4 Semester 2 Review
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Angels are spiritual creatures who have intelligence and will
a. Constantinople in 381
1. Which Council confessed that the Holy Spirit was the third person of the Holy Trinity, and what was the year?
a. Through this "______. _______" God gives man the ability to choose in advanced to a blessed life; man can also choose not to accept this offer.
Absence of a good that should be there
1. How does St Thomas Aquinas define evil?
a. It disrupts the harmony with God
1. Why is sin always against God?
a. Breaks relationship with God by turning humanity towards a lesser thing
b. Teaches us to love something other than God disproportionally
1. What are two primary effects of sin?
a. Our life as Christians is a life of _________
a. The participation in God's inner life
1. Define Sanctifying Grace-
a. Don't change state
b. Damage orientation
c. Direct us to lesser things
d. Make Mortal sins easier
1. Name four characteristics of venial sin
1. Name the three major prophets of the Old Testament
a. Promote right worship and the Temple, by avoiding idolatry and honoring God alone for his majesty
1. What is one of the most important roles of a prophet?
a. Monarchy and Babylonian exile
1. When did the major prophets appear in the Old Testament?
a. Serving as intermediary between God and Man
1. What is a true prophet called to?
Improve self awareness and strengthens our relationship with God
1. What are two ways that we grow from spiritual direction?
a. Being concerned more about the human soul than material things
1. What is spirituality?
a. It is in the mystery of the Word made flesh
1. According to CCC 359, how does the mystery of man become clear?
To know and love the creator
1. According to CCC 356, what is the fundamental reason for man's dignity?
a. To save us by reconciling us to God
b. To be our model of Faith
c. So we might know God's love
d. To make us partakers of the divine nature
1. Name 4 of the 5 reasons why the Word became flesh
a. Pope Pius IX 1854
1. Who proclaimed the dogma of the Immaculate Conception, and what was the year?
a. His Baptism
1. According to CCC 535, what event officially began Jesus' public ministry?
1. What is the most important virtue of a leader?
What is one way we form community within our parishes
Experience the peace and joy of the Holy Spirit
1. How do I know that I am collaborating with God's will?
a. Accepting the invitation to belong to God's family
1. What does becoming a disciple of Jesus mean?
All of us
1. According to St. Francis of Assisi, who is responsible for Jesus's death?
Death and Resurrection
The Paschal mystery has two aspects: by His ____, Christ liberates us from sin ; by His _____, he opens for us the way to a new life
1. Which law is the foundation of Catholic Social Teaching in the Old Testament?
a. Rerum Novarum
1. What is the name of the Encyclical written by Pope Leo XIII on Catholic Social Teaching?
a. What individuals can accomplish by their own initiative and efforts should not be taken from them by a higher authority
b. Higher authority should only assist when it is needed
1. Describe the importance of the principle of subsidiarity as it relates to the principles of Catholic Social Teaching
a. Life and dignity of the human person
b. Call to family, community, and participation
c. Rights and Responsibilities
d. Options for the poor and vulnerable
e. The dignity of work and the rights of the worker
g. Care for God's creation
1. List the seven principles of Catholic Social Teaching
1. What symbolizes the transforming energy of the Holy Spirit's actions?
a.Through his death and resurrection
1. When does Jesus fully reveal the Holy Spirit to us?
a. Through the Sacraments
1. How does Christ communicate his Holy Spirit to the members of his Body?
a. To the greater glory of God
1. What is the motto of the Society of Jesus?
a. To live with God forever
1. According to Ignatian Spirituality, what is the goal of life?
prayer such as the Examin
1. What is Ignatian spirituality rooted in?
a. Order of Friars Minor
b. Order of St Clare
c. Third Order of St Francis
d. Secular Franciscan Order
1. Name the four orders of Franciscans (including the lay order)
b. Poverty of God
1. What are the spiritual foundation stones of Franciscan spirituality?
a. Tua Cross
b. Franciscan Coat of Arms
c. San Domenico Cross
Name three symbols which identify Franciscans
a. Order of Preachers
b. France and Italy
1. What is the name of the order founded by St Dominic and where was it founded?
b. Regular Life
Name the four pillars of Dominican Spirituality
a. Prayer and Work are united
1. What is the motto of Benedictine Spirituality?
a. Seek God in all things
c. Pray always
d. Prefer nothing to Christ
1. What are four themes that sum up the Benedictine Spirituality?
The person you become in a certain situation
What is persona?
f. Poor listeners
What are six factors which can cause difficulty in people we encounter
a. Self check -How am I behaving
b. Be willing to discuss the problem and willing to collaborate
1. What are two things we should do when working on a problem with another person?
a. The Church is born primarily of Christ's total self-giving for our salvation, anticipated in the institution of the ___________and fulfilled on the____________.
1. According to CCC 783, the whole People of God participate in which three offices of Christ to bear responsibilities for mission and service that flow from them?
a. Whether extraordinary or simple and humble, ____________ are graces of the Holy Spirit which directly or indirectly benefit the Church, ordered as they are to her building up, to the good of men, and to the needs of the world.
a. Unity of all her members as a result of their unity with Christ
b. Christ as head of the Body
c. The Church as the bride of Christ
1. According to CCC 789, what are the three aspects of the Church as the Body of Christ?
a. The ability of a person to make up his or her mind as to what should be done
Those closest to the problem have the voice to solve the problem
a. Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care
1. Name the document the USCCB published to provide direction and guidance on medical ethics in healthcare-
a. To care even when it cannot cure.
1. According to the Ethical and Religious Directives (ERD), what is the task of medicine?
a. Mentally disabled
b. Cognitive impaired
1. Which three populations is Decisional Capacity most often used with?
a. To use ordinary and proportionate means of preserving his or her life
1. According to ERD 56, what does a person have a moral obligation to do?
T/F- A person may forgo extraordinary or disproportionate means of preserving life
a. To cause the death of another person whether by use of medication or withholding treatment
1. Define Euthanasia-
a. They contain a synopsis of the life of Christ
1. Why are the synoptic Gospels considered to be synoptic?
1. T/F-Matthew, Mark, and Luke were all original apostles of Jesus-
a. Much of Mark is found in Mathew and Luke
1. What is the 'triple tradition' regarding the synoptic Gospels?
a. They are not primarily histories
b. They are not primarily narratives
c. They are not primarily biographies
d. They are presentations about the life and ministry of Jesus with a view to nourish and deepen the faith of the reader
1. What four themes do the synoptic Gospels have in common?
a. A lesson about the Kingdom of God in the form of a story
1. What does a parable generally communicate?
a. The power of Jesus
What can miracles serve to demonstrate?
1. Which four verbs did Jesus use in both the feeding of the five thousand and at the Last Supper which are used in the words of consecration at the Mass?
d. Narrative passages
Name the four common elements of the Synoptic Gospels
Imitation of Jesus way of life
1. What is at the heart of discipleship?
1. What are the key aspects of the role of a deacon?
Parish and larger community
1. What is a deacon the link between?
a. Name it
b. Own the pain
c. Move on
1. What do we need to do to forgive?
a. Proper rest
c. Spend time with family and friends
d. Take morning or evening walks with spouse
e. Take more time to pray and meditate
1. List five ways to overcome compassion fatigue-
a. Renewal of the Church
b. Conversion of the heart
c. Prayer in common
1. What are three things we can do to work toward unity in the Church?
a. To preserve the faithful from deviations
b. To guarantee them the possibility of professing the true faith
1. What is the double mission of the Magisterium?
a. Christ freely accepted his death
1. How did Christ show us that he freely accepted his Kingly office?
The integrity of the powers of life and love placed in them
1. What does the chaste person maintain?
When we realize that it takes it's origin from God who is "love"
1. When does married love reveal its true nature and nobility?
a. God loves us
b. Do not judge
c. Have a sense of humor about ourselves
1. What are three points to remember regarding sexuality from chapter 6 of Christian Morality?
The inability to conceive a child after a couple has tried for a year
a. Action must be good
b. Good effect cannot be obtained through a bad effect
c. Must be proportional between Good and Bad
d. Intention of the Physician must be towards the good effect
e. No other option is available
1. What are the five factors which define the Principle of Double effect?
a. Disenfranchised grief
b. Post -abortion trauma
1. Name five potential post-abortion issues-
a. At the last day
1. When do the dead rise?
a. Earthly life
1. According to CCC 1007, death is the end of what?
Litany of Saints, Hail Mary
1. Through our prayer life, what is one way (or prayer) in which we prepare for death?
a. P- Prayed
b. A- Acted
c. S- Shared his ideas and values
d. S- Sacrificed his person, not for things, for others
e. I- Initiated his Church as an ongoing support and means of conversion
f. T- Taught and told his followers to "Pass it on"
g. O- Owned nothing but lived a simple uncluttered life
h. N- Noticed people and things around him
1. How did Jesus' ministry teach us to 'pass it on?' He-
a. By doing what we're doing right now & living the best way we can
1. How do we know that we are living God's will?
a. Sisters of Charity of St Joseph
1. What is the name of the religious congregation established by St Elizabeth Ann Seton?
a. Organize a Diocese school system
1. What did Saint John Neumann become the first bishop to do?
a. Saint Marianne of Moloka'i
1. Who is Saint Marianne Cope also known as?
a. Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored
1. What is the religious congregation established by Saint Katharine Drexel?
a. October 11, 2009
1. What is the date of Saint Damian's canonization?
1. What is the name of the mission founded by Saint Junipera Serra?
c. People in Exile
d. Native Americans
1. What is Saint Kateri Tekakwitha the patroness saint of?
Missionary sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
What is the religious order founded by Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini?
Florence_ and ___Trent__
According to CCC 1031, the Church formulated her doctrine of faith on Purgatory especially at the Councils of
a. I believe
1. What does the word Amen mean?
1. What heresy did St. Athanasius lead the struggle against?
1. Which saint was St Ambrose instrumental in converting?
a. St Gregory the Great
b. Gregorian Chant
1. Which saint reformed Church music and what is the chant named after him?
a. God's power is limited
1. What is Origen's idea regarding the power of God?
a. Glory be to God in all things
1. What were the last words spoken by St John Chrysostom as he was marched to death?
a. Commentator on scripture
1. What is St Jerome primarily known as?
a. Jews and the Gentiles
1. Which audience was Acts of the Apostles written for?
a. Proclamation of the Gospel
1. What does Kerygma mean?
a. Whether the Gentiles had to align themselves with the Jewish customs
1. What dispute needed to be resolved at the Council of Jerusalem?
a. Gentile converts and opposition encountered from the Jews
1. What do Paul's second and third missionary journeys describe?
1. How many references are there to the Holy Spirit in the Acts of the Apostles?
b. Reception of the Holy Spirit
1. What are the two factors which mark the acceptance of faith in the Acts of the Apostles?
a. Book of signs
b. Book of Glory
1. Name the two parts of St John's Gospel-
a. Wedding at Cana
b. Healing of royal officials son
c. Healing of the man at the porticoes
d. Healing of the blind man
e. Raising Lazarus from the dead
1. Name the five signs/miracles exclusive to John's Gospel-
a. abundance- extra brad and fish, extra wine
1. What is one of the signs of the arrival of the Messiah?
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