BCRE Grades 6-7-8 Home Study, 2018-2019 Quarter 1 Review
This online form is used for participants to complete the Quarter 1 (Sept. 23-Nov. 11) review test provided by Pflaum, the whose Visions and Handbook materials we use. Do your best! You will get results at the end and will have the chance to review your responses.
First Name *
Your answer
Last Name *
Your answer
What grade are you in? *
What is your home parish? *
For the first five questions, choose the best answer.
1. What are the epistles in the New Testament? *
6 points
2. What is the virtue of goodwill, kindness, and generosity toward other people called? *
6 points
3. Who did Jesus say is greatest in God's kingdom? *
6 points
4. To what was Pope Francis referring when he wrote, "Humanity still has the ability to come together to build our common home." *
6 points
5. What are the two Sacraments of Service? *
6 points
In the next section (questions 6-10), match the correct definition given with the term / word in the choices. You will only use each word / term once in questions 6-10, and there are extra words that you will not use at all.
6. The church is a/an _______, God's people gathered to offer praise and thanks.
8 points
7. The _______ are the divine laws revealed by God to Moses and the people of Israel.
8 points
8. The _______ is the book that contains the Bible readings we hear at Mass during the Liturgy of the Word.
8 points
9. A sacrament is a visible sign of God's invisible _______.
8 points
10 _______ is a theological virtue that allows us to respond to God's Revelation.
8 points
For questions 11-15, choose the correct answer. Then you'll be done!
11. The Pope took the name Francis because he wants the Church to be a _______ .
6 points
12. In the early Church, the collection at Mass was used to...
6 points
13. Following Jesus and helping spread his message of loving one another is called _______ .
6 points
14. The Catechism of the Catholic Church calls the family the _______ .
6 points
15. The first major document of the _______ renewed the public worship of the Church, known as the liturgy.
6 points
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