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1

To maintain respect for ourselves and others, we must do what is right and avoid what is __________.

Wrong

2

What commandments require us to respect ourselves and others, and the especially the married life and family?

Sixth and Ninth

3

All our actions start in our___________, so we should see the importance of properly directing our thoughts and desires.

minds

4

God as designed human sexuality to be enjoyed only in ______________ and only in the proper way.

marriage

5

The proper use or control of our sexual powers is called_______________.

chastity

6

A chaste person will avoid anything that might be a _________________ against purity.

temptation

7

______________ is sexual thought or action that is against the sixth or ninth commandment.

Impurity

8

Chastity requires that we practice self-_____________ and self____________.

denial and control

9

Has God reserved the joys of human sexuality for marriage?

Yes

10

Is it a serious sin to use sexual powers outside of marriage?

Yes

11

Does God want to give those who marry an actual share in the creation of a new human being?

Yes

12

Define stealing.

Taking something that belongs to someone else without their permission

13

Define restitution.

Making up for the damage of destroyed or stolen property.

14

Define fraud.

Deceiving another in order to deprive him of his property.

15

Define usury.

Lending money with a very high interest rate.

16

Define envy.

Being resentful or saddened by the success or good fortune of another.

17

Define avarice.

Excessive desire for things or wealth. Similar to greed.

18

Define justice.

Giving everyone what they are due, what they have a right to receive.

19

Describe St. Francis of Assisi's spirit of poverty.

St. Francis of Assisi embraced poverty and did not ever want to own anything. This was a great shock to his Father, who had plans for Francis to own things like he did. St. Francis roamed the hills of Assisi and prayed. He used the resources around him to survive. He even rebuilt a chapel that had fallen apart. He did not set his heart on his possessions but on the Lord.