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7.) The book called the Acts of Apostles is found in the Hebrew Scriptures.

T/F

False

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7.) Jews called their sacred Scriptures the Bible.

T/F

True

3

7.) The historical books of the Hebrew Scriptures are equally factual.

T/F

False

4

7.) Some of the Psalms express anger with God.

T/F

True

5

7.) Twenty-seven books make up the Christian Testament.

T/F

True

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7.) Parts of the Gospels may have been written by other disciples in the name of the Evangelist whose name is on the Gospel.

T/F

True

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7.) The Gospels of John, Matthew, and Luke are often referred to as the synoptic Gospels.

T/F

False

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7.) Luke was the only Evangelist who was a Gentile.

T/F

True

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7.) The Book of Revelation is also called the Apocalypse.

T/F

True

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7.) The author of Revelation is most likely the Gospel writer John.

T/F

False

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7.) Catholic Scripture scholars today agree that Revelation's symbolic language should be taken literally.

T/F

False

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7.) The canon or the Christian Testament was basically settled by the year 100.

T/F

False

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7.) It is likely that Matthew's and Luke's Gospels drew from an earlier written collection of Jesus' saying that has never been found.

T/F

True

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7.) All the written and edited works of the early Christians achieved canonical status.

T/F

False

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7.) The authors of the Bible communicated truth using their own limited abilities and at times their narrow images of God.

T/F

True

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7.) Job

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

C.Wisdom books

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7.) Luke

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

E. Gospels

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7.) Genesis

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

A. Pentateuch

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7.) Mark

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

E. Gospels

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7.) Ruth

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

B. Historical books

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7.) Philippians

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

F. Epistles

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7.) Exodus

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

A. Pentateuch

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7.) Judges

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

B. Historical books

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7.) Isaiah

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

D. Prophetic books

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7.) Psalms

A. Pentateuch
B. Historical books
C.Wisdom books
D. Prophetic books
E. Gospels
F. Epistles

C.Wisdom books

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7.) What Christians call the first five books of the Bible

Pentateuch

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7.) Word that means "good news" or "Gospel"

Evangelist

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7.) Word that means "writings"

Scriptures

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7.) The most well known author of the epistles

Paul

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7.) Word that means "instruction" or "law"

Torah

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7.) The authoritative list of sacred Scriptures

Canon

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7.) The last book of the Christian testament

Revelation

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7.) Word means "Origin"

Genesis

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7.) The continuation of the Gospel of Luke

Acts of the Apostles

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7.) One of the four evangelists

Matthew

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7.) Another word for covenant

Testament

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8.) Traditional practices , such as blessing oneself with holy water, are essential parts of the faith

T/F

False

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8.)Other Christian denominations have the same belief in Church Tradition as Catholics do

T/F

False

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8.)The Scriptures grew out of the Tradition of the early church.

T/F

True

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8.) Tradition is sometimes developed independently of the Scriptures.

T/F

False

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8.) Only the pope issues church teachings.

T/F

False

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8.) All doctrines are dogmas .

T/F

False

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8.) Infallibility is not a human characteristic.

T/F

True

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8.) Infallibility pronounced statements can be refined and communicated in new ways throughout the life of the church.

T/F

True

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8.) All Christians can claim faith in the beliefs expressed in the Apostles' Creed, though they may differ slightly in their interpretation of those beliefs.

T/F

True

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8.) God is an abstract isolated being.

T/F

False

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8.) Catholics celebrate six official Sacraments.

T/F

False

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8.) For Catholics, no contradiction exists between what can be known by intelligence and what can be known by faith.

True

49

8.) Catholic devotion to the saints does not threaten the love that is due to God.

T/F

True

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8.) The process by which the church deepens its understanding of everything it believes is essential to the faith and then passes it on to every generation

Tradition

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8.) The symbol and guarantor of the church's unity

Pope

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8.) A customary practice, like opening presents at Christmas

tradition

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8.) Doctrines taught under the fullest authority of the Church

Dogmas

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8.) A saint and great intellectual who showed us the union of faith and reason at its best.

Thomas Aquinas

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8.) What the World Youth Day pilgrims found they shared

Unity of faith

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8.) A word that has a root meaning of "I set my heart on"

Credo

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8.) A theologian who wrote during the second century

Tertullian

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8.) Letter from the pope to the worldwide church

Encyclical

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8.) The teaching voice of the church

Magisterium

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9.) Catholics believe that God is present and active in a special, intense way in the sacraments.

T/F

True

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9.) The customary speeches and awarding of diplomas at a graduation ceremony are rituals

T/F

True

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9.) God needs our cooperation in the sacraments to get through to us with divine help.

T/F

True

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9.) Church members always show Christ in the world

T/F

False

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9.) The sacraments of initiation bring Catholic Christians into the life of Christ.

T/F

True

65

9.) In the early centuries of the church, Baptism was mostly for adults

T/F

True

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9.) The parish pastor usually presides at the Confirmation ritual for young people.

False

67

9.) The Eucharist is the Central saving act for Catholics.

T/F

True

68

9.) When we sin, we harm the whole community

True

69

9.) Holy Orders celebrates the calling of deacons, brothers, sisters, priests, and bishops.

T/F

False

70

9.) Official rituals of the church

Sacraments

71

9.) a tangible reality that represents an invisible reality, or " snapshot of meaning"

Symbol

72

9.) One of the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Reverence

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9.) The sacrament of Jesus

Church

74

9.) A concrete, visible action that has symbolic meaning for a group

Ritual

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9.) Those preparing for Baptism through the RCIA process

Catechumens

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9.) This helps us grow into the fullness of life

Grace

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9.) The fundamental sacrament of God.

Jesus

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10.) Ancient peoples did not see Time as seasonal

T/F

False

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10.) Human beings cannot grasp the while Paschal Mystery

T/F

True

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10.) We are meant to hear the same familiar story of the Paschal Mystery and celebrate the same feast days in the same way each year.

T/F

False

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10.) The focus of the liturgical celebrations in Ordinary Time is Jesus' life and teaching.

T/F

True

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10.) Every Sunday is considered a "little Easter"

True

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10.) Altogether, Ordinary Time covers about 20 percent of the liturgical year.

T/F

False

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10.) Ash Wed. Reminds us that earthly life is temporary

T/F

True

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10.) Lent lasts for a period of sixty days.

T/F

False

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10.) Palm Sunday is also called passion Sunday.

T/F

True

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10.) The priest washes the feet of representative of the congregation at the Good Friday service.

T/F

False

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10.) Jesus calming a stormy lake
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

C. Ordinary Time

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10.) Epiphany
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

B. Christmas

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10.) Ascension Thursday
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

E. Easter

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10.) Palm Sunday
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

D. Lent

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10.) Lighting a wreath of candles
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

A. Advent

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10.) Abstaining
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

D. Lent

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10.) Baptism of the Lord
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

B. Christmas

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10.) A quiet mood of waiting
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

A. Advent lent

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Jesus changing water to wine
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

C. Ordinary Time

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10.) Receiving ashes
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

D. Lent

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10.) Catechumens baptized
A. Advent
B. Christmas
C. Ordinary Time
D. Lent
E. Easter

E. Easter

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10.) Another name for the Easter Proclamation

Exsultet

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10.)The period of preparations for Easter

Lent

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10.) A well-known passage from this book in the Hebrew Scriptures expresses wisdom about life's seasons

Ecclesiastes

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10.) The nativity scene

Créche

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10.) The season that begins the liturgical year

Advent

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10.) What the feast of Christmas celebrates

Incarnation

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10.) A state in which time seems nonexistent or suspended

"flow"

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10.) The first day of Lent

Ash Wed.

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10.) The feast that celebrates Jesus' being revealed to the whole world, not just the Jews, through the three wise men who followed a star to Bethlehem

Epiphany

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10.) The last three days of Holy Week

Tridiuum

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10.) The feast that is celebrated the third after Christmas

Baptism of the Lord

110

10.) Processions that re-enact the journey of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem

Los Posadas

111

10.) The book of scriptural readings for the Mass

Lectionary

112

11.) God loves us more for what we do than for who we are.

T/F

False

113

11.) Jesus felt the same fears we feel.

T/F

True

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11.) Some spiritually healthy people avoid the world.

T/F

False

115

11.) Spirituality touches all parts of human life

T/F

True

116

11.) Sharing with God our stream of thoughts and reactions each day is a type of prayer

T/F

True

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11.) Thérèse of Lisieux emphasized the importance of using the right words in addressing God

T/F

False

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11.) A prayer of conversation use a special words provided by a particular religious tradition

T/F

False

119

11.) we will usually get exactly what we ask for in prayer

T/F

False

120

11.) when we truly trust God, of prayers of petition our prayers for God's will

T/F

True

121

11.) Even in times of great suffering there's always something to thank God for

T/F

True

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11.) The lords prayer, the most important formal prayer for Christians, is derived from the gospels.

T/F

True

123

11.) we can evaluate our spirituality I have a well spoken our prayers are.

T/F

False

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11.) I pray deeply and repeat the words Jesus slowly
A. Prayer of conversation
B. Prayer of petition
C. Prayer of thanks and praise
D. Prayer of meditation
E. Formal prayer

D. Prayer of meditation

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11.) "all good gifts around us are sent from heaven above"
A. Prayer of conversation
B. Prayer of petition
C. Prayer of thanks and praise
D. Prayer of meditation
E. Formal prayer

C. Prayer of thanks and praise

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11.) "I believe in God the father Almighty Creator of heaven and earth"
A. Prayer of conversation
B. Prayer of petition
C. Prayer of thanks and praise
D. Prayer of meditation
E. Formal prayer

E. Formal prayer

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11.) "please God help my aunt get better soon"
A. Prayer of conversation
B. Prayer of petition
C. Prayer of thanks and praise
D. Prayer of meditation
E. Formal prayer

B. Prayer of petition

128

11.) I wish Ryan would you pay more attention to me. I wonder if you ever think theyabout the people in the world. it can be a lonely feeling.
A. Prayer of conversation
B. Prayer of petition
C. Prayer of thanks and praise
D. Prayer of meditation
E. Formal prayer

A. Prayer of conversation

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11.) Hail Mary is the basic prayers in this Catholic devotion

The Rosary

130

11.) Saint urged Christians to rejoice always pray without seizing give thanks in all circumstances

Saint Paul

131

11.) The founder of the Discalced Carmelite order

Saint Teresa of Avila

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11.) The sense of being in union with God without thoughts or words

Contemplation

133

11.) Inner quieting to focus attention on something

Meditation

134

11.) The way we grow in the life of God

Spirituality

135

11.) The church's official prayer for each day

Liturgy of Hours

136

11.) Pleas for God's help

Prayers of petition

137

11.) A fruit of the Holy Spirit

Patience

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11.) missionary to Ireland in fifth century

Saint Patrick