Are you Smarter than a Catholic 7th Grader?
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Are you Male or Female?
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Are you a parishioner at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Honolulu, Hawaii?
What is you level of Mass activity?
Regular at Sunday Mass
Easter and Christmas
I haven't been to church in a while
This is a 10 question quiz to see how much you remember since Confirmation.
#1 The sacrament of confirmation can only be performed or delegated by the bishop.
#2 All 7 sacraments have their origin in scriptures?
#3 How do Catholics honor the saints?
By worshiping them and making statues of them
By imitating their holy lives, and asking them for their intercession
By having Masses said for them
By praying for their souls in hopes of releasing them from Purgatory
#4 The sacrament of the anointing of the sick can be administered by
Only a bishop
Only a bishop or a priest
A bishop, priest or deacon
#5 What is a perfect contrition?
When we go to confession and say our penance
When we are sorry for our sins because they have offended God whom we love above all things
When we are sorry for our sins because we are afraid of the loss of heaven and the pains of hell
When we make a worthy communion
#6 Catholics do not believe in Sola Scriptura.
#7 The doctrine of the Immaculate Conception means:
Mary conceived Jesus immaculately in her womb, without the aid of a human father
Mary conceived Jesus immaculately in her womb, and he remained without sin
Mary was conceived immaculately in her mother's womb, without the aid of a human father
Mary was conceived immaculately in her mother's womb and was preserved from sin
None of the above
#8 The sacrament of confession:
Must be received before receiving Communion by anyone guilty of a mortal sin since his last confession
Can only be administered by a bishop or priest
Cannot be administered to a person who has been excommunicate except in danger of death
Requires the person to complete the penance for the confession to be valid
All of the above
#9 Purgatory is defined as:
A state of natural happiness where souls of unbaptized infants and morally good non-Christians will wait until they are judged on the Last Day
A state of mild punishment for people who were not bad enough to go to hell and who were not good enough to go to heaven
A state of purification for people who die in the state of grace but who do not die with complete love for God
A temporary state where sincere people who do not die in the state of grace get a second chance to do good and thus avoid going to hell
#10 What are the four marks of the Catholic church?
One, holy, catholic and apostolic
Theological virtues, cardinal virtues, gifts of the Holy Spirit and faith
The Pope, cardinals, bishops and priests
Faith, hope, charity and love
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