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As Catholics we celebrate all the sacraments as a community
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The grace that we receive in the sacraments is called sanctifying grace
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The the Sacrament of Holy Orders, people who are sick and suffering are helped and comforted
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Sacrament of Healing
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The Paschal Mystery is the official public prayer of the Church.
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The Liturgy
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The sacraments join Catholics all over the world with Jesus and with one another
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Baptism is a sacrament that is never repeated
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We are welcomed as members of the Church through the Sacrament of Confirmation
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Sacrament of Baptism
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Those who enter the catechumenate are called celebrants.
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In Baptism the white garment is an outward signof the baptized person's new life in Christ and the universal call to holiness and purity
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A candidate ofr Confirmation must choose a sponsor who is at least 16 years of age and who has received the Sacraments of Christian Initiation.
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As part of a person's preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation, it is important to also celebrate God's forgiveness in the Sacrament of the Eucharist.
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Sacrament of Penance
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The church in the East reserved the celebration of Confirmation to the Bishop himself. Thus, Confirmation began to be celebrated apart from Baptism.
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The anoiting at Confirmation co mpletes the baptismal anoiting.
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Each year on Pentecost Sunday, we celebrate the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and upon all Christ's disciples
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The Ascension is another name for the celebration of the Eucharist.
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The Communion
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In the Sacrament of the Eucharist, all who share the Body and Blood of Christ come to the fulfillment of hope-to new freedom and new life.
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In the Eucharist, Christ's presence becomes a reality in our lives.
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Priests are empowered to forgive sins in God's name by authority Christ bestows on them in the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.
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Sacrament of Reconciliation
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As those who are very ill approach death, they are given the Body of Christ in the Eucharist as viaticum, or "food for the journey."
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The Sacrament of the Annointing of the Sick may be celebrated only once.
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Sacrament of Baptism
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Jesus performed the first miracle of his public ministry at a wedding feast.
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Matrmony, or love, is a gift from God that enables us to love him and to love our neighbor.
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Matrimony is a sacrament of Christian Initiation.
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Sacrament of Service
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In Matrimony the bride and groom confer the sacrament on each other, and the priest or deacon is the official witness of the sacrament on behalf of the Church.
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The leadership of the Church can be traced back to the Apostles and thus to Jesus Christ.
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Matrimony and Holy Orders are called the Sacraments of Healing.
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Sacraments of Service
In the Sacrament of ______ we are sealed with the Gift of the Holy Spirit.
a. Baptism b. Penance
c. the Eucharist d. Confirmation
d. Confirmation
In the Sacrament of ______, we turn to God with sorrow for sin and receive his love and forgiveness.
a. Penance b. the Anointing of the Sick
c. Matrimony d. Holy Orders
a. Penance
_____ are Sacraments of Christian Initiation.
a. Baptism, Confirmation, Penance
b. Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist
c. Baptism, Eucharist, Penance
d. Baptism, Eucharist, Holy Orders
b. Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist
The seven _____ reflect the values and ministry of Jesus.

a. disciples b. rituals
c. sacraments d. celebrations
c. sacraments
The Sacraments at the Service of Communion reflect the importance of _____ in our Christian life.

a. mission b. healing
c. birth & growth d. forgiveness
c. birth & growth
In the Sacrament of ______ we are sealed with the Gift of the Holy Spirit.receive Jesus Christ, the Bread of Life.
a. Baptism b. Penance
c. the Eucharist d. Confirmation
c. the Eucharist
To sanctify is to _____.

a. make ready b. celebrate
c. make holy d. welcome
c. make holy
In the Sacrament of ______ we are welcomed into the Church, becoming children of God.
a. Baptism b. Penance
c. the Eucharist d. Confirmation
a. Baptism
______ are Sacraments of Healing.
a. Matrimony & Holy Orders
b. Penance and Anointing of the Sick
c. Baptism and Confirmation
d. Anointing of the Sick and Eucharist
b. Penance and Anointing of the Sick
In the Sacrament of ____, a baptized man and woman are strengthened for family life and service by their faithful love.
a. Baptism b. Confirmation
c. Eucharist d. Matrimony
d. Matrimony
The ____ is the bishop, priest, or deacon who celebrates a sacrament for and with the community.
a. celebrant b. cathecumen
c. cathechumenate d. godparent
a. celebrant
In the Sacrament of Baptism. we are sealed, or marked forever, as belonging to ____.
a. the RCIA b. the Sanhedrin
c. Jesus Christ d. John the Baptist
c. Jesus Christ
At the Jordan River the baptismal anointing by the Holy Spirit made public that _____ is the Messiah.
a. Jesus Christ b. John
c. Paul d. Nicodemus
a. Jesus Christ
Baptism, like ______, is neccesary for salvation.
a. friendship b. faith
c. community d. catechumenate
b. faith
In Jewish ritual, ______ was a powerful symbol of salvation and purification from sin.
a. perfumed oil b. chrism
c. water d. light
c. water
At Baptism we are sealed, or marked forever, as belonging to Christ. The spiritual mark, or ________, can never be erased.
a. mission b. formation
c. litany d. character
d. character
Jesus was baptized in the Jordan River by ___________.
a. the Jewish authorities b. John the Baptist
c. Nicodemus d. Saint Paul
b. John the Baptist
During the Baptism of an infant or very young child, the celebrant asks God to free the child from _____________.
a. baptismal promise b. chrism
c. original sin d. catechumenate
c. original sin
Today adults and children of catechtical age are baptized in a way very similar to that practiced by ______________.
a. the Sanhedrin b. John the Baptist
c. the early Church d. the Samaritans
c. the early Church
The Sacrament of Baptism is our rebirth in water and ________.
a. the Spirit. b. the good news
c. the Eucharist d. the liturgy
a. the Spirit.
The _____of the Hoy Spirit are charity, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, generosity, gentleness, faithfulness, modesty, self-control, and chastity.
a. gifts b. fruits
c. signs d. marks
b. fruits
The Sacrament of Confirmation is _________ celebrated within the Mass.
a.usually b. seldom
c. never d. always
d. always
Like the character or mark of Baptism, the seal of Confirmation is with us ______.
a.usually b. seldom
c. never d. always
d. always
The word Pentecost comes from a Greek word meaning "__________".
a. Passover b. fiftieth
c. God's blessing d. Confirmation
b. fiftieth
When confirming each candidate, the bishop traces the sign of the cross on the candidate's _____ with chrism.
a. hand b. godparent
c. forehead d. sponsor
c. forehead
_____ is a word that means " of or relating to the Passover."
a. Paschal b. Chrism
c. Sacrament d. Exodus
a. Paschal
To receive God's forgiveness in the Sacrament of Penance, we must have heartfelt sorrow, which is also called _______________.
a. contrition b. confession
c. penance d. absolution
a. contrition
To receive God's forgiveness in the Sacrament of Penance, we must make a _______, the act of telling oour sins to the priest.
a. contrition b. absolution
c. penance d. confession
d. confession
In the Sacrament of Penance, we show that we are sorry by our words and actions when we do ______ and resolve to avoid sin in the future.
a. absolution b. penance
c. contrition d. confession
b. penance
In the Sacrament of Penance, God, through the person of the priest, grants us _____, forgiving us and welcoming us back.
a. conscience b. contrition
c. absolution d. penance
c. absolution
During the Sacrament of the Anointing of the sick, the priest anoints the sick person's ______.
a. forehead and mouth b. hands and eyes
c. forehead and hands d. forehead and eyes
c. forehead and hands
The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation is a Sacrament _______.
a. of Christian Initiation c. of Healing
b. at the Service of Communion d. of Viaticum
b. at the Service of Communion
Our _______ is our ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong.
a. conversion b. catechumenate
c. contrition d. conscience
d. conscience
________ is turning back to God with all one's heart.
a. Conversion b. Venial Sin
c. Mortal Sin d. Confession
a. Conversion
Through the Sacrament of ______, a baptized man and woman enter a lifelong committment to live as faithful and loving partners.
a. Christian Initiation b. Matrimony
c. Holy Orders d. Healing
b. Matrimony
A __________receives the fullness of the Sacrament of Holy Orders and continues the Apostles' mission of leadership and service.
a. bishop b. priest
c. deacon d. couple preparing for marriage
a. bishop
Through Holy Orders, a _________ shares in Christ's mission by assisting bishops and priests in the service of the Church.
a. couple preparing for marriage c. presbyter
b. married couple d. deacon
d. deacon
A ______ is consecrated to preach the Gospel and serve the faithful, especially through the Eucharist and other sacraments.
a. married couple b. priest
c. deacon d. couple preparing for marriage
b. priest
The ______ is called the Bride of Christ.
a. Sacrament of Matrimony b. marriage covenant
c. Holy Spirit d. Church
d. Church
During the marriage ceremony, the ______ blesses the union of the couple whom God has joined together.
a. bride b. priest or deacon
c. groom d. married couple
b. priest or deacon
A deacon is ordained into the degreeof orders called the __________.
a. episcopate b. presbyterate
c. diaconate d. ministerial priesthood
c. diaconate
A priest who becomes a bishop is ordained into the ______.
a. episcopate b. presbyterate
c. diaconate d. priesthood of the faithful
a. episcopate
A deacon who becomes a priest is ordained into the _________.
a. episcopate b. presbyterate
c. diaconate d. ordination
b. presbyterate
The celebration of _____________ always takes place during the Mass.
a. Matrimony b. Holy Orders
c. the marriage covenant d. the presbyterate
b. Holy Orders
In the Sacrament of _______, the laying on of hands and anointing with chrism are signs of the Holy Spirit's presence.
a. Baptism b. Confirmation
c. Matrimony d. Eucharist
b. Confirmation
In the sacraments through the power of the Holy Spirit, we receive _______, which enables us to love God, to love ourselves as God loves us, to love others as we love ourselves, and to love as God calls us to live.
a. charity b. conscience
c. chrism d. sanctifying grace
d. sanctifying grace
______ is a gift from God that enables us to love him and to love our neighbor.
a. Chrism b. Catechumenate
c. Charity d. Conversion
c. Charity
The _______ is the official public prayer of the Church.
a. liturgy b. catechumenate
c. celebrant d. diocese
a. liturgy
Perfumed oil blessed by a bishop is ______________.
a. paschal b. chrism
c. catechumenate d. viaticum
b. chrism
The Sacraments of Healing are _________.
reconciliation (penance)
anointing of the sick
In the Sacrament of ______________ , people who are
sick and suffering are helped and comforted.
Annointing of the Sick
The Sacraments at the Service of Communion are _____.
Matrimony and Holy Orders
In the Sacrament of ______________, baptized men are ordained to lead and serve the Church.
Holy Orders
In the Sacrament of ____________. we are welcomed into the Church, becoming children of God.
Baptism
In the Sacrament of Penance, we turn to God with sorrow for sin and receive his _______________.
forgiveness
In the Sacrament of ____________, a baptized man and woman are strengthened for family life and service by their faithful love.
Matrimony
Through preparation for Confirmation each candidate's relationship with Christ, begun at ________, is strengthened.
Baptism
We are sealed with the __________ of the __________ in Confirmation.
Gifts of the Holy Spirit
_________ is perfumed oil consecrated, or blessed, by a bishop.
Chrism
One must be in a state of _______ to be fully open to the effects of the Sacrament of Confirmation.
grace
Thise preparing for the Sacrament of Confirmation are called ________.
Candidates
A __________ is a local area of the Church led by a bishop.
diocese
On the night that we, as Catholics, now celebrate as Holy Thursday, Jesus and his disciples gathered to celebrate the feast of _________.
Passover
The four main parts of the Mass are __________.
Introductory rites
Liturgy of the Word
Communion Rites
Dismissal
Our _______ is our ability to know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong.
conscience
In the Sacrament of _________ the priest, in the name of Christ and the Church, and through the power of the Holy Spirit, grants the forgiveness of our sins.
Reconciliation/ Penance
_____ is a very serious sin that turns us completely away from God because it is a choice we freely make to do something that we know is seriously wrong.
Mortal Sin
______ is a less serious sin that weakens our friendship with God but does not turn us conpletely away from Him.
Venial Sin
The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick celebrates in a special way Jesus' work of _______
healing
_________ is turning back to God with all one's heart.
Conversion
The main parts of the Anointing of the Sick are ________, _______, and _________.
prayer of faith, the laying on of hands, and the anointing with oil
One thing necessary to receive God's forgiveness in the Sacrament of Penance, is _______, or sorrow, for turning away from God.
contrition
One thing necessary to receive God's forgiveness in the Sacrament of Penance, is that we make a ________, the act of telling our sins to the priest.
Confession
In the Sacrament of Penance the priest gives us a ______, a specific prayer or act of service which we perform to show that we are sorry.
penance
In the sacrament of penanc, through the person of the priest, God grants us _________, the forgiveness of our sins.
absolution
In the Sacrament of Matrimony, the ______ and ______ confer the sacrament on each other.
bride and groom
During the celebration of the Sacrament of Holy Orders, in the sacramental act called ________, bishops, priests, and deacons receive one or more of the degrees of orders.
ordination
The three degrees of orders in the Sacrament of Holy Orders are ______, _________, and _______.
episcopate presbyterate diaconate
The marriage covenant is modeled on Christ's love for the ___________, the Bride of Christ.
Church
The Sacraments at the Service of Communion are _______, and _______.
Holy Orders and Matrimony