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St Anne's Church Monthly Quiz

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You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind, and your neighbor as yourself. LK:10:27

The Ten Commandments

  1. I am the Lord your God. You shall not have strange gods before me.

  2. You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.

  3. Remember to keep holy the Lord's Day.

  4. Honor your father and mother.

  5. You shall not kill.

  6. You shall not commit adultery.

  7. You shall not steal.

  8. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor

  9. You shall not covet your neighbor's wife.

  10. You shall not covet your neighbor's goods.

The Eight Beatitudes (Mt:5:3-18)

  1. Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

  2. Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.

  3. Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.

  4. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.

  5. Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy.

  6. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.

  7. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.

  8. Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness' sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

The Six Precepts Of The Church

  1. To go to Mass and refrain from servile work on Sundays and holy days.

  2. To go to Confession at least once a year. (traditionally done during Lent).

  3. To receive the Eucharist at least once a year, during the Easter Season (known as the "Easter duty").

  4. To observe the days of fasting and abstinence.

  5. To help to provide for the needs of the Church according to one's abilities and position in life.

  6. To obey the marriage laws of the Church.

The Seven Sacraments

  1. Baptism

  2. Confirmation

  3. Eucharist

  4. Reconciliation/Penance

  5. Anointing of the Sick

  6. Holy Orders

  7. Matrimony

The Seven Corporal Works of Mercy

  1. To feed the hungry

  2. To give drink to the thirsty

  3. To clothe the naked

  4. To shelter the homeless

  5. To visit the sick

  6. To visit the imprisoned

  7. To bury the dead

The Seven Spiritual Works of Mercy

  1. To counsel the doubtful

  2. To instruct the ignorant

  3. To admonish the sinner

  4. To comfort the sorrowful

  5. To forgive all injuries

  6. To bear wrongs patiently

  7. To pray for the living and the dead.

The Four Cardinal Virtues

  1. Prudence

  2. Justice

  3. Temperance(Moderation)

  4. Fortitude (or Courage)

The Three Theological Virtues

  1. Faith

  2. Hope

  3. Charity

The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit

  1. Wisdom

  2. Understanding

  3. Counsel

  4. Fortitude (or Courage)

  5. Knowledge

  6. Piety

  7. Fear of the Lord

The 12 Fruits of the Holy Spirit

  1. Love

  2. Joy

  3. Peace

  4. Patience

  5. Long suffering (patient suffering over an extended period)

  6. Kindness

  7. Goodness

  8. Faithfulness

  9. Gentleness

  10. Self-control

  11. Continence

  12. Chastity

The Seven Capital (Deadly) Sins

  1. Pride

  2. Envy

  3. Wrath/Anger

  4. Sloth

  5. Avarice/Greed

  6. Lust

  7. Gluttony

The Catholic Church

What is the Catholic Church?
The Catholic Church is the union of all baptised persons under the Holy Father, the Pope.

Why did Jesus start the Church?
Jesus started the Church to lead all people to heaven.

Whom did Jesus place as the leader of the Church?
Jesus placed St. Peter as the first leader of the Church.

Who takes the place of St. Peter today?
The Holy Father, the Pope takes the place of St. Peter today.

Who takes the place of the apostles today?
The bishops of the Church take the place of the apostles today.

While dying on the Cross, to whose care did Jesus entrust the new-born Church?
While dying on the Cross, Jesus entrusted the new-born Church to the care of Mary, his mother and ours.

Why Am I in the World?

Who made you?
God made me.

Why did God make you?
God made me to know him, to love him and to serve him in this world and to be happy with him forever in heaven.

What do you have to do to be happy with God in heaven?
To be happy with God in heaven, I must know God, love God and do what God wants me to do.

How do you know what God wants you to do?
Jesus tells me what God wants me to do through the Catholic Church.

How do you show your love for God?

I show my love for God when I pray and go to Holy Mass and when I love everyone for the love of God.

How do you serve God?

I serve God when I keep God's commandments and the laws of the Church, and when I help others.

Why Am I in the World?

Who made you?
God made me.

Why did God make you?
God made me to know him, to love him and to serve him in this world and to be happy with him forever in heaven.

What do you have to do to be happy with God in heaven?
To be happy with God in heaven, I must know God, love God and do what God wants me to do.

How do you know what God wants you to do?

Jesus tells me what God wants me to do through the Catholic Church.

How do you show your love for God?
I show my love for God when I pray and go to Holy Mass and when I love everyone for the love of God.

How do you serve God?
I serve God when I keep God's commandments and the laws of the Church, and when I help others.
 

The Blessed Trinity

What must you believe about God?
I must believe that there is only one God, and that there are three Persons in God.

Who are the three persons in God?
The three persons in God are: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

What do you understand by the term the Blessed Trinity?
What I understand by the term the Blessed Trinity is that there is one God and three Divine Persons.

Who told us about the Blessed Trinity?
Jesus, the Son of God, told us about the Blessed Trinity.

How do you show your faith in the Blessed Trinity?
I show my faith in the Blessed Trinity when I make the Sign of the Cross devoutly.

What do you say when you make the Sign of the Cross?
When I make the Sign of the Cross I say: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.

God The Father

Who is God the Father?
God the Father is the First Person of the Holy Trinity. He is the highest Being because he made everything.

How many Persons are there in one God?
There are three Persons in one God--the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

What does the Catholic Church teach you about God?
The Catholic Church teaches me that God is the highest Good. He always was, and always is and always will be. He knows all things. He can do all things. He is everywhere. He sees me and cares for me.

Since God is the highest Good what should you do?
Since God is the highest Good, I should love him with all my heart above anything else in the world, and I should worship him.

How do you worship God?
I worship God by going to Mass on Sunday and by praying to him daily.

What do you say when you make the Sign of the Cross?
When I make the Sign of the Cross I say: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.

God The Son, Our Lord JESUS Christ

What does the Catholic Church teach about Jesus Christ?
The Catholic Church teaches about Jesus Christ that he is the Son of God, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity, true God and true Man.

Who is the Saviour of all people?
Jesus Christ is the Saviour of all people.

When did the Son of God become man?
The Son of God became man when the Blessed Virgin Mary said "YES" to God for his invitation to her to be the Mother of his Son.

How did the Son of God become man?
The Son of God became by the power of the Holy Spirit, in the womb of the Virgin Mary.

Who is the mother of Jesus Christ?
The mother of Jesus Christ is the Blessed Virgin Mary.

When do we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ?
We celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on December 25 (Christmas Day).

How did Jesus Christ save the world?
Jesus Christ saved the world by his passion, death on the cross and Resurrection.

Why did Jesus Christ suffer and die?
Jesus Christ suffered and died to save us from our sins because he loves us.

On what day did Jesus die?
Jesus died on Good Friday.

What happened to Jesus after his death?
After his death God the Father raised Jesus from the dead.

On what day do we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus?
We celebrate the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday.

What does the resurrection of Jesus mean?
The resurrection of Jesus means that Jesus came back to life again on Easter Sunday, the third day after his death.

Why did Jesus rise from the dead?
Jesus rose from the dead to show that he is true God, and that we will also rise from the dead on the last day.

When did Jesus go back to heaven?
Jesus went back to heaven on the Ascension Day, forty days after his resurrection.

When will Jesus come again?
Jesus will come again on the last day, to judge the living and the dead.

God The Holy Spirit

Who is the Holy Spirit?
The Holy Spirit is God, the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity.

​When did Jesus and God the Father send the Holy Spirit on the apostles?
Jesus and God the Father sent the Holy Spirit on the apostles on the Day of Pentecost. .

​What does the Holy Spirit do for us?
The Holy Spirit sanctifies, empowers, and gives us grace.

​What is grace?
Grace is the gift of God that makes us holy and pleasing to God, and helps us to live as children of God.

How does grace make us pleasing to God?
Grace makes us pleasing to God by helping us to believe in God, to hope in God, and to love God.

​When do we receive the grace of the Holy Spirit?
We receive the grace of the Holy Spirit when we receive the Sacraments and when we pray and do loving deeds.

God The Holy Spirit

Who is the Holy Spirit?
The Holy Spirit is God, the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity.

​When did Jesus and God the Father send the Holy Spirit on the apostles?
Jesus and God the Father sent the Holy Spirit on the apostles on the Day of Pentecost.

​What does the Holy Spirit do for us?
The Holy Spirit sanctifies, empowers, and gives us grace.

​What is grace?
Grace is the gift of God that makes us holy and pleasing to God, and helps us to live as children of God.

​How does grace make us pleasing to God?
Grace makes us pleasing to God by helping us to believe in God, to hope in God, and to love God.

When do we receive the grace of the Holy Spirit?
We receive the grace of the Holy Spirit when we receive the Sacraments and when we pray and do loving deeds.
 

Sin

What is sin?
Sin is turning away from God's love.

​How many kinds of sins are there?
There are two kinds of sins :original sin and personal sins.

​What is original sin?
Original sin is the sin of disobedience to God, committed by our first parents, Adam and Eve, and which human beings have inherited and are born with.

​What are personal sins?
Personal sins are the sins we commit knowingly. These can be mortal or venial.

​What is mortal sin?
A mortal sin is a sin that is deliberately committed and is of serious consequences and deprives the soul of sanctifying grace.

​What is venial sin?
A venial sin is offending God in a less serious matter or when one disobeys the moral law in a grave matter, but without full knowledge or without complete consent.

​What does a mortal sin do to us?
Mortal sin takes away God's life from us until we ask God for forgiveness.

​What does venial sin do to us?
Venial sins do not take away God's life, but they make our love for God weaker.

​What is temptation?
Temptation is an enticement to commit sin or to do something wrong.

What must we do when we are tempted?
When we are tempted we must ask Jesus to help us to do what is right even when it is hard for us.

​How did God punish Adam and Eve for their sin?
God punished Adam and Eve for their sin, by taking away God's life in them.

​How did God show his great love and mercy after our first parents' sin?
God showed his great love and mercy after our first parents' sin by his promise to send us a Saviour.

​Why did God promise Adam and Eve a Saviour?
God promised Adam and Eve a Saviour because he still loved them.

​What was the promised Saviour to do?
The promised Saviour was to win back for all humans the gift of God's life which was lost by the sin of disobedience.

Sacraments

What is a Sacrament?
A Sacrament is a visible sign, signifying the gift of God's grace given by Jesus Christ.

​How many sacraments?

They are:
Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Penance/Reconciliation/Confession, the Anointing of the Sick, Holy Orders and Matrimony.

​Why did Jesus give the sacraments to the Church?
Jesus gave the sacraments to the Church to give us grace.

​What is Baptism?
Baptism is the Sacrament which takes away original sin, and gives us new life--the life of God, making us the children of God and members of the Church.

​How can we live as true children of God?
We can live as true children of God by always living a life pleasing to God.

What is Confirmation?
Confirmation is the Sacrament by which those who have received Baptism are more perfectly bound to the Church and are enriched with a special strength of the Holy Spirit.

​What does Jesus do for us in Confirmation?
In Confirmation Jesus makes us his true witnesses, more strictly obliged to spread and defend the faith by word and deed.

​What is the Sacrament of the Eucharist?
The Sacrament of the Eucharist is Jesus' gift of himself to us in the form of bread and wine which is changed into Jesus' Body and Blood.

​What is Holy Communion?
Eating the Body of Jesus and drinking the Blood of Jesus under the form of bread and wine is called Holy Communion.

​What happens in the Sacrament of Confession/Reconciliation?
In the Sacrament of Confession/Reconciliation Jesus forgives our sins and gives us grace to be a better Catholic.

​To whom has Jesus given the power to forgive sins?
Through the apostles Jesus has given the priest the power to forgive sins in Confession.

​What i must I do to make a good Confession?
To make a good Confession I must ask God for help:

Become aware of my sins.
Be sincerely sorry for my sins.

Promise God to do better in the future.
Tell all my sins to the priest.

Do the penance the priest gives me.
Thank God for forgiving me my sins.

​What is the most important part of Confession?
The most important part of Confession is to be sincerely sorry for my sins; for without sorrow my sins cannot be forgiven.

​How do you make your Confession?
I make my Confession in this way:

  • I kneel, make the Sign of the Cross and say: "Bless me, father, for I have sinned. My last Confession was ...ago".

  • I then tell my sins to the priest.

  • I listen to what the priest tells me and the penance he gives me.

  • I listen to the priest as he forgives me and reply "Amen".

  • I do the penance that the priest gives me.

  • I thank God for forgiving me my sins.

What happens in the Sacrament of the Anointing of Sick?
In the Sacrament of the Anointing of the sick, the old and the sick receive God's grace and strength.

​What happens in the Sacrament of the Holy Orders?
In the Sacrament of the Holy Orders Jesus gives power to the priest to represent him to the people, to teach, to offer Holy Mass and to forgive sins.

​What happens in the Sacrament of Matrimony?
Through the Sacrament of Matrimony a man and a woman become one in mind and spirit.

​What happens in the Sacraments of Christian Initiation?
Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist.

​Which are the Sacraments of Healing?
Confession/Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick.

​Which are the Sacraments of Service?
Holy Orders and Matrimony.

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