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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is the greatest moral virtue needed in those who wield public authority?
(a) They enforce God's law.
(b) They affect the decisions made by others.
(c) They are well-known by the public.
(d) They care for all.
2. What is required when one prays?
3. When is it viewed as perfectly acceptable to forgo marriage?
(a) When one is not healthy.
(b) When it is done to facilitate the achievement of other honorable ends.
(c) When one does not want to marry.
(d) When it is in one's best interest to not marry.
4. Is Baptism open to people of any religion?
(a) No, only Catholics.
(b) Yes, anyone and everyone.
(c) No, only Christians.
(d) Yes, those who are willing to be initiated by it.
5. Can one's motivations and intentions be highly relevant?
6. Whatever one does to another or to oneself, one has also done to whom?
(a) The earth.
(b) Other gods.
(d) Jesus the Christ.
7. Does the individual have the choice to decide whether to do good or evil?
8. What does the proper rearing of offspring cultivate in a couple?
(a) The desire to continue the human race.
(b) The capacity to love unselfishly and also to find and set reasonable boundaries.
(c) The need to see themselves reproduced in a new generation.
(d) The capacity to love others.
9. What does confession to a priest also do?
(a) It keeps them close to the Church
(b) It forces an intimate relationship between people and the priest.
(c) It encourages people to not sin.
(d) It forces one to confess his or her sins to God.
10. What is the purpose of the Holy Orders?
(a) To keep order in a church.
(b) To incorporate Christians into service to the Church.
(c) To make sure the clergy are doing what is expected of them.
(d) To integrate a person within the Church in a new way.
11. The first article here is about what?
(a) The name of God.
(b) The love of God.
(c) The life of God.
(d) The image of God.
12. Within what is freedom of choice present?
(a) The actions of doing good for others.
(b) The limitations of doing what is good.
(c) All actions.
(d) The limitations of doing what one thinks is right.
13. What kinds of killing are all wrong?
(a) Abortion and homicide.
(b) Suicide, abortion and homicide.
(c) Suicide and homicide.
14. Freedom within the spectrum of choices that "fall amongst the good" is only furthered and enhanced by what?
(a) Intimacy with others.
(b) Intimacy with Christ.
(c) Intimacy with the Church.
(d) Intimacy with oneself.
15. What is healthy self-love?
(a) Caring only about oneself.
(b) Not selfish nor self-abusive.
(c) Loving others to the extreme.
(d) Hurting oneself for the sake of others.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the most striking and temporally proximal precursors to Christian baptism?
2. How does this chapter begin?
3. What is concupiscence?
4. The significance of water in the world is recognized as what?
5. What is the sixth commandment?
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