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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With what does matrimony provide individuals?
(a) The opportunity to love another.
(b) The opportunity to be of loving benefit to one another.
(c) The opportunity to follow Jesus' instructions.
(d) The opportunity to have children.
2. What are the most striking and temporally proximal precursors to Christian baptism?
(a) The flood.
(b) The works of John the Baptist.
(c) The parting of the Red Sea.
(d) Jesus' walk on water.
3. According to the Catechism, the word "heart" comes up in relation to the source of emotion how many times with some respect to prayer?
(a) Over 1000.
(b) Over 100.
(c) Over 50.
(d) Over 500.
4. Why is the greatest moral virtue needed in those who wield public authority?
(a) They are well-known by the public.
(b) They enforce God's law.
(c) They care for all.
(d) They affect the decisions made by others.
5. The significance of water in the world is recognized as what?
(a) A necessary basic need.
(b) One major sign of God's handiwork and interest.
(c) A giver of life.
(d) A large part of our planet.
6. What are the different Holy Orders?
(a) Pope, bishop, and priest.
(b) Bishop, priest, and deacon.
(c) Deacon and lay assistant.
(d) Bishop and priest.
7. Those born within the Catholic faith are most likely to have a Confirmation rite when they are _____________.
(a) A small child.
(b) An adolescent.
(c) An infant.
(d) An adult.
8. According to the Catechism, for whom is this ordination open?
(a) Only women.
(b) Only men.
(d) Men and women.
9. What is the one most well-known form of confession?
(a) In remembrance for the deceased.
(b) One for wrongdoings.
(c) Thanking God for all He has done.
(d) Confessing one's faith in God and Jesus.
10. What is the purpose of the Holy Orders?
(a) To integrate a person within the Church in a new way.
(b) To keep order in a church.
(c) To make sure the clergy are doing what is expected of them.
(d) To incorporate Christians into service to the Church.
11. Why is oil used during Confirmation?
(a) It is luxurious and functional.
(b) It has a nice smell.
(c) It is easy to come by.
(d) It is preferred by those being confirmed.
12. In this section what does the Catholic Church set forth?
(a) A number of Catholic rules.
(b) A number of Catholic Creeds.
(c) A number of Catholic Commandments.
(d) A number of Catholic Principles.
13. About what is the third article?
(a) Free will and love.
(b) Freedom and responsibility.
(c) Love and glory.
(d) Freedom and power.
14. What is the sixth commandment?
(a) The prohibition against adultery.
(b) Thou shalt not steal.
(c) Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.
(d) Thou shalt not covet.
15. 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?
(a) Love for oneself.
(b) Neighborly love.
(c) Love for God.
(d) Love of family.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Catholic ordination enable the minister to be?
2. This is one of the rituals designed to "help remedy a situation when there is a problem."
3. From whom is prayer a gift?
4. The Church reminds readers during the Lord's Prayer of Jesus' teaching that everyone can be and must be what?
5. How is this prayer summarized?
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