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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. From whom is prayer a gift?
(a) God.
(b) The Apostles.
(c) One's parents.
(d) Adam and Eve.

2. Is socialization a necessary part of human development?
(a) No.
(b) Sometimes.
(c) Rarely.
(d) Yes.

3. To what is this last section devoted entirely?
(a) The Nicene Creed.
(b) The Apostles' Creed.
(c) The Lord's Prayer.
(d) The Eucharist.

4. What is healthy self-love?
(a) Loving others to the extreme.
(b) Hurting oneself for the sake of others.
(c) Not selfish nor self-abusive.
(d) Caring only about oneself.

5. Can one's motivations and intentions be highly relevant?
(a) Rarely.
(b) No.
(c) Yes.
(d) Maybe.

6. What does the proper rearing of offspring cultivate in a couple?
(a) The capacity to love others.
(b) The desire to continue the human race.
(c) The capacity to love unselfishly and also to find and set reasonable boundaries.
(d) The need to see themselves reproduced in a new generation.

7. How can concupiscence be seen most positively?
(a) It provides an act that a believer can perform to be drawn closer to God.
(b) It provides each individual with the strength to live a sinless life.
(c) It provides each individual with proof that angels do exist.
(d) It provides each particular individual with a unique set of challenges so that life need not be too boring or lazy with respect to personal development and intimacy with God.

8. Why is the greatest moral virtue needed in those who wield public authority?
(a) They care for all.
(b) They affect the decisions made by others.
(c) They enforce God's law.
(d) They are well-known by the public.

9. Why is the woman designated as man's helpmeet?
(a) She signifies God's direct assistance in the man's care.
(b) She follows in the role of women expected by God.
(c) She follows in the role of all women in the Bible.
(d) She signifies the role of Eve.

10. The Church reminds readers during the Lord's Prayer of Jesus' teaching that everyone can be and must be what?
(a) Loving.
(b) Perfect.
(c) Patient.
(d) Kind.

11. What is the downside of unconditional love?
(a) A loss of sense of self.
(b) The possibility of being hurt by others.
(c) The chance that you will not be loved unconditionally.
(d) The vices of conspiracy and complicity have often coexisted with this virtue.

12. Properly aligned from within, the individual can do what?
(a) Work to improve the lives of others.
(b) Work to improve the earth.
(c) Work to improve oneself.
(d) Work to improve conditions for all.

13. To what does the third commandment pertain?
(a) Keeping the Sabbath.
(b) Obeying thy father and mother.
(c) Coveting.
(d) Loving thy neighbor as thyself.

14. Within what is freedom of choice present?
(a) The actions of doing good for others.
(b) All actions.
(c) The limitations of doing what one thinks is right.
(d) The limitations of doing what is good.

15. According to whom, a good intention cannot override the bad of an evil action?
(a) St. Thomas Aquinas.
(b) St. Elizabeth.
(c) St. Francis Asissi.
(d) St. Anne

Short Answer Questions

1. What virtue is an apt expression of how the divine person or persons are able to help to manifest circumstances within which the virtues can grow and the vices can be cut down, outgrown or otherwise abandoned?

2. About what is the third article?

3. What kind of bond is the matrimonial bond in Catholicism?

4. How does Catholic ordination enable the minister to be?

5. What is required when one prays?

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