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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The Church is described as being what?
(a) The Father and Mother of the faithful.
(b) The Mother of the faithful.
(c) The Child of all.
2. The Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed are presented as what, which are a normative part of Catholic Mass?
(a) "I believe" together with the "We believe."
(b) "God's rules" together with "Jesus' rules."
(c) The rules one must follow.
(d) A prayer to God together with a prayer to Jesus.
3. Jesus is a word that means what?
(a) God saves.
(c) Our savior.
4. What do religious teachers continue?
(a) The work of the first Christians.
(b) The work of Abraham.
(c) The work of the original 12 apostles.
(d) The work of King David.
5. What are the twelve apostles intended to represent?
(a) The various races found around the world.
(b) Each of Jesus' family members.
(c) Each of the twelve tribes of Israel.
(d) The kingdoms of the world during Jesus' day.
6. Why are the activities of the liturgy a highpoint?
(a) It gives the community a positive sense about the Church.
(b) It encourages others to support the Church.
(c) It engages the People in transformation in acts of divinely guided and inspired love of one another.
(d) It benefits the community at large.
7. What might liturgy be?
(a) Acts for the good of the Church.
(b) Acts that the lay assistant performs during a mass.
(c) Acts of charity towards the local community.
(d) Rituals the priest performs.
8. What does the Catechism say about the answer to the question of evil?
(a) It is stronger than God.
(b) It is not very dangerous.
(c) It is very simple.
(d) It is not simple.
9. Who invoked the Savior God?
(a) The people.
(b) The high priests.
(d) The priest's assistants.
10. What does the Christ mean?
(a) Our Beloved.
(b) The Messiah.
11. What did Jesus the Christ teach his apostles that they had the power to do?
(a) Walk on water.
(b) Forgive sins.
(c) Punish sinners.
(d) Be selfless.
12. What is understood about the catechism regarding other church facilities?
(a) Additions may be made.
(b) Additions may not be made.
(c) Some pieces might be subtracted.
(d) Some churches may not follow the Catechism.
13. How has the work been assembled?
(a) By the workings of the Pope.
(b) In a collaborative effort.
(c) Each Bishop took a section to complete.
(d) By one editor.
14. Who are exemplars of obedience to God?
(a) Abraham and Mary, the mother of Christ.
(b) Jesus and his Disciples.
(c) Abraham and David.
(d) The Apostles.
15. What does the Catechism clearly state about the resurrection?
(a) This is somewhat difficult to understand.
(b) This is believed by most people.
(c) This is the most challenging part of the creeds.
(d) This is the simplest of creeds.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Church's official position on the Muslims is that the latter are recognized as what?
2. Who is one able to trust better than one's own parents?
3. Will there be resurrection of the bodies of the deceased?
4. How many kinds of men were anointed by the Israelites?
5. In Judaism, how often was the Savior God invoked?
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