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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is understood about the catechism regarding other church facilities?
(a) Additions may be made.
(b) Some churches may not follow the Catechism.
(c) Some pieces might be subtracted.
(d) Additions may not be made.

2. Lord Jesus was baptized by whom?
(a) John the Baptist.
(b) Paul the Baptist.
(c) Simon the Baptist.
(d) God.

3. Who is this book also designed to benefit?
(a) Other religious leaders.
(b) Others of the Christian faith and the curious.
(c) Other denominations.
(d) The Pope.

4. Who is the book's official author?
(a) The Catholic Church.
(b) Priests from around the world.
(c) The Pope.
(d) A group of Bishops.

5. Where is baptism introduced?
(a) Article 5.
(b) Article 10.
(c) Article 9.
(d) Article 15.

6. The Catechism explains that people who are genuine Christians even if they are not members of the Roman Catholic Church naturally do what?
(a) Fear the Catholic Church.
(b) Cause problems for the Catholic Church.
(c) Come into a kind of communion with the Catholic Church by virtue of their faith.
(d) Avoid the Catholic Church.

7. What do religious teachers continue?
(a) The work of the original 12 apostles.
(b) The work of King David.
(c) The work of Abraham.
(d) The work of the first Christians.

8. Through liturgy, why are the People of God uplifted?
(a) They receive messages from God.
(b) They are reassured of their place in heaven.
(c) They get to participate in the benevolence of God through their actions.
(d) They are free of sin.

9. What is meant by tradition?
(a) The religious dogma created by religious leaders.
(b) The living tradition of all the Church's operations and every other way that God directs the education of people through the Holy Spirit.
(c) The outward appearance of the Church.
(d) The secular activities of the Church.

10. Why is the New Testament affirmed as the continuation of the Old Testament?
(a) Since Christ's arrival has been predicted by and prepared for through the Old Testament.
(b) Since they have the same authors.
(c) Since both books share the same God.
(d) Since characters in the Old Testament are mentioned in the New Testament.

11. The meaning of Jesus is in what language?
(a) Hebrew.
(b) Greek.
(c) Latin.
(d) Italian.

12. Upon what does the first chapter focus?
(a) How the Church began.
(b) The Church's opinions of other religions.
(c) How people in the Church treat others.
(d) How people desire God and wish for knowledge of God.

13. To what does the Lord refer?
(a) His position as Ruler of the Universe.
(b) His position as Father.
(c) His position as our Spiritual Parent.
(d) His position as Leader of the World.

14. What does the Catechism clearly state about the resurrection?
(a) This is the simplest of creeds.
(b) This is believed by most people.
(c) This is somewhat difficult to understand.
(d) This is the most challenging part of the creeds.

15. Who invoked the Savior God?
(a) God.
(b) The people.
(c) The priest's assistants.
(d) The high priests.

Short Answer Questions

1. What have the organizers used in organizing the book?

2. The Church is described as being what?

3. What is the meaning of liturgy?

4. Is the Church as the people of God specified as being limited to Catholics?

5. The Roman Catholic Church believes that God provides different names for Himself as revelations of His true nature and to do what?

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