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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are free will and sentience, or rationality?
(a) Two qualities that most strongly indicate the divine within humanity.
(b) Two gifts bestowed by God.
(c) Two contrasting ideas.
(d) Two aspects of humanity.
2. When is it viewed as perfectly acceptable to forgo marriage?
(a) When it is done to facilitate the achievement of other honorable ends.
(b) When one does not want to marry.
(c) When one is not healthy.
(d) When it is in one's best interest to not marry.
3. How does Catholic ordination enable the minister to be?
(a) As a powerful leader.
(b) As sinless.
(c) As a judgmental leader.
(d) As a clear window to the light of Christ's power.
4. What is a Rite of Confession designed to do?
(a) Help one pray more purposefully.
(b) Cleanse the person of sin or sin-like behaviors since baptism.
(c) Create a pathway between God and the believer.
(d) Aid the believer in speaking to God.
5. What does the Catholic Church say about groups that contribute to vice?
(a) They are to be dissolved through repentance of the participants.
(b) They are to be dissolved through force.
(c) They are to be prayed for.
(d) They should be sent to hell.
6. How can people purify the physical realm?
(a) By engaging the body in actions that are devoted to God and are for the common good.
(b) By engaging the body in healthy behaviors.
(c) By protecting others from pain and suffering.
(d) By protecting oneself from pain.
7. Do the sacraments of initiation into the Catholic religion intentionally create conditions ideal for any particular individual to serve others in certain ways with a focus on the spiritual aspect of relating?
8. The Church reminds readers during the Lord's Prayer of Jesus' teaching that everyone can be and must be what?
9. What is the downside of unconditional love?
(a) A loss of sense of self.
(b) The vices of conspiracy and complicity have often coexisted with this virtue.
(c) The possibility of being hurt by others.
(d) The chance that you will not be loved unconditionally.
10. In this section what does the Catholic Church set forth?
(a) A number of Catholic rules.
(b) A number of Catholic Principles.
(c) A number of Catholic Creeds.
(d) A number of Catholic Commandments.
11. Why should one not kill?
(a) Life is in short supply.
(b) Life is both sacred and of great value.
(c) Only God can kill.
(d) Satan is the one killer.
12. The first article here is about what?
(a) The life of God.
(b) The image of God.
(c) The love of God.
(d) The name of God.
13. Such a choice to not marry would preclude what?
(a) Becoming engaged.
(c) Adopting children.
(d) Having sexual relations.
14. What does a life of brothers and sisters trigger?
15. What is the one most well-known form of confession?
(a) Confessing one's faith in God and Jesus.
(b) One for wrongdoings.
(c) Thanking God for all He has done.
(d) In remembrance for the deceased.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is this prayer summarized?
2. What are the most striking and temporally proximal precursors to Christian baptism?
3. What is required when one prays?
4. To what does the third commandment pertain?
5. What are the sources and types of law briefly explained?
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