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Chapter 1 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
1. steadfast love, truth, almighty a. intellect
2. to turn from God b. sin
3. God is, was, and always will be c. Attributes of God
4. the ability to think and make connections d. eternal
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Created in Gods image, humans are free to .
a. hate c. grow
b. choose d. change
6. Because God is a , we will not fully understand him until we are in heaven.
a. mystery c. savior
b. Creator d. truth
7. The story of Gods relationship with his Chosen People is recorded in the .
a. Tradition c. Old Testament
b. Gospels d. New Testament
8. Through , God wants to reconcile creation to himself.
a. the Old Testament c. his Son
b. his attributes d. his blessings
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Explain how theories of evolution can be compatible with our faith in God as Creator.
10. Why do humans need the salvation of Jesus Christ?
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Chapter 2 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. The author of the Gospel of John tells us that Jesus Christ is the

of God.
a. Law c. Love
b. Word d. Scripture
2. The sense of Scripture refers to the actual words that have been recorded.
a. analogical c. literal
b. allegorical d. spiritual
3. Catholics respond to God and commit themselves to follow Gods word during .
a. Mass c. the Epistles
b. the Gospels d. Tradition
4. God is the author of the Bible because he inspired its .
a. creation c. spiritual sense
b. writers d. literal sense
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the correct term.
5. The are the central books of Scripture because they present Jesus life, ministry,
and teaching.
6. Gods word helps us develop a , which helps us judge between right and wrong.
7. In the Bible, the literary form of help people see the surprising way God works.
8. The of Scripture explains how to live justly and humbly before God.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. In your own words, briey describe the three stages of the development of the Gospels.
10. What role does Scripture have in the lives of Catholics?
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c
b
d
a
Sample response: Theories of evolution are compatible with faith when they
acknowledge that God is the Creator and the agent of creation and that he directly
creates each human soul.
Sample response: Because of the actions of the rst humans, all humans have the
tendency to sinto disobey God and turn from him; Jesus came to turn them back
to God the Father and to restore them to the original state of goodness for which
they are created.
Sample response: The rst stage of Gospel development was people experiencing
the life and teachings of Jesus, the second stage was the spread of stories of Jesus
teachings from person to person, and the third stage was the writing of Jesus
ministry by the evangelists.
Responses will vary but should include we proclaim and reect on it in our worship,
discover more about Jesus' life and message by studying it, we look to it for wisdom,
we pray with it.
Gospels
conscience
parables
moral sense
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Chapter 1 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
1. steadfast love, truth, almighty a. intellect
2. to turn from God b. sin
3. God is, was, and always will be c. Attributes of God
4. the ability to think and make connections d. eternal
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Created in Gods image, humans are free to .
a. hate c. grow
b. choose d. change
6. Because God is a , we will not fully understand him until we are in heaven.
a. mystery c. savior
b. Creator d. truth
7. The story of Gods relationship with his Chosen People is recorded in the .
a. Tradition c. Old Testament
b. Gospels d. New Testament
8. Through , God wants to reconcile creation to himself.
a. the Old Testament c. his Son
b. his attributes d. his blessings
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Explain how theories of evolution can be compatible with our faith in God as Creator.
10. Why do humans need the salvation of Jesus Christ?
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Chapter 2 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. The author of the Gospel of John tells us that Jesus Christ is the

of God.
a. Law c. Love
b. Word d. Scripture
2. The sense of Scripture refers to the actual words that have been recorded.
a. analogical c. literal
b. allegorical d. spiritual
3. Catholics respond to God and commit themselves to follow Gods word during .
a. Mass c. the Epistles
b. the Gospels d. Tradition
4. God is the author of the Bible because he inspired its .
a. creation c. spiritual sense
b. writers d. literal sense
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the correct term.
5. The are the central books of Scripture because they present Jesus life, ministry,
and teaching.
6. Gods word helps us develop a , which helps us judge between right and wrong.
7. In the Bible, the literary form of help people see the surprising way God works.
8. The of Scripture explains how to live justly and humbly before God.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. In your own words, briey describe the three stages of the development of the Gospels.
10. What role does Scripture have in the lives of Catholics?
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c
b
d
a
Sample response: Theories of evolution are compatible with faith when they
acknowledge that God is the Creator and the agent of creation and that he directly
creates each human soul.
Sample response: Because of the actions of the rst humans, all humans have the
tendency to sinto disobey God and turn from him; Jesus came to turn them back
to God the Father and to restore them to the original state of goodness for which
they are created.
Sample response: The rst stage of Gospel development was people experiencing
the life and teachings of Jesus, the second stage was the spread of stories of Jesus
teachings from person to person, and the third stage was the writing of Jesus
ministry by the evangelists.
Responses will vary but should include we proclaim and reect on it in our worship,
discover more about Jesus' life and message by studying it, we look to it for wisdom,
we pray with it.
Gospels
conscience
parables
moral sense
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Chapter 3 Test
A. Work with Words Complete each sentence with the correct term.
1. In the
Jesus makes it known that Gods divine life can be part of our existence
.
2. The beginning of the Lords Prayer refers to God as , or Our Father.
3. Jesus was God the Fathers new with us so that we would be reconciled
with him.
4. , which we can understand through common sense, requires us to do good
and avoid evil.
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false. Then rewrite
the false statements to make them true.
5. Gods commandment is a binding agreement and promise to remain in a loving
relationship.
6. When we are baptized, we become adopted children of God.
7. The Ten Commandments are Gods natural law.
8. Christians are called to live holy lives because of the law of love that exists within their hearts.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. How does Gods revealed law lead us to God?
10. What is the new law that Jesus gave us and how does it connect us to God?
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Chapter 4 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. God has offered us the free gift of so that we can share in his life.
a. love c. grace
b. hope d. courage
2. When we were baptized, we become members of Gods family, the .
a. Trinity c. Baptized
b. Church d. conrmed
3. The

has spoken through the prophets and now speaks through the Church.
a. Savior c. Creator
b. Holy Spirit d. Father
4. Jesus asked the Apostles to go and make of all nations.
a. brothers and sisters c. disciples
b. fathers d. friends
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the correct term.
5. The center of Catholic faith and belief is the .
6. The between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is the answer to the mystery
of the Trinity.
7. Parents and children need to honor their relationship in a loving way according to the
.
8. , or the authority of our government, comes from Gods authority
and his care for all people.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. In Gods plan for us, how do our best and most loving family and community relationships
resemble the relationships of the Blessed Trinity?
10. Explain how the gift of faith can be like a compass.
Chapter Test Answer Key TE69
Abba
Ressurection
natural law
covenant
F
Gods covenant is a binary agreement and promise to remain in a loving relationship.
T
F
T
The Ten Commandments are Gods revealed law.
Sample response: God revealed his laws in the Ten Commandments, the
Old Testament, the Gospels, and in giving us Christ. Gods revealed law
helps us live in covenant relationship with him and with one another.
Sample response: Jesus commanded his followers to love one another as
he has loved them. We try to do this because Christ poured out his life for
us, and his Holy Spirit dwells within us.
Civil
Blessed Trinity
love
Fourth Commandment
Sample response: A loving family works together for the same goals. In the
Trinity, the Father asked his Son to come to us, the Son acted in obedience to
the Father, and the Holy Spirit helps us build a loving relationship as members
of the Church, or family.
Sample response: If we keep faith in God as the direction home, where we want
to end up, our life will move in Gods direction in that relationship with him.
authority
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Chapter 3 Test
A. Work with Words Complete each sentence with the correct term.
1. In the
Jesus makes it known that Gods divine life can be part of our existence
.
2. The beginning of the Lords Prayer refers to God as , or Our Father.
3. Jesus was God the Fathers new with us so that we would be reconciled
with him.
4. , which we can understand through common sense, requires us to do good
and avoid evil.
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false. Then rewrite
the false statements to make them true.
5. Gods commandment is a binding agreement and promise to remain in a loving
relationship.
6. When we are baptized, we become adopted children of God.
7. The Ten Commandments are Gods natural law.
8. Christians are called to live holy lives because of the law of love that exists within their hearts.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. How does Gods revealed law lead us to God?
10. What is the new law that Jesus gave us and how does it connect us to God?
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Chapter 4 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. God has offered us the free gift of so that we can share in his life.
a. love c. grace
b. hope d. courage
2. When we were baptized, we become members of Gods family, the .
a. Trinity c. Baptized
b. Church d. conrmed
3. The

has spoken through the prophets and now speaks through the Church.
a. Savior c. Creator
b. Holy Spirit d. Father
4. Jesus asked the Apostles to go and make of all nations.
a. brothers and sisters c. disciples
b. fathers d. friends
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the correct term.
5. The center of Catholic faith and belief is the .
6. The between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is the answer to the mystery
of the Trinity.
7. Parents and children need to honor their relationship in a loving way according to the
.
8. , or the authority of our government, comes from Gods authority
and his care for all people.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. In Gods plan for us, how do our best and most loving family and community relationships
resemble the relationships of the Blessed Trinity?
10. Explain how the gift of faith can be like a compass.
Chapter Test Answer Key TE69
Abba
Ressurection
natural law
covenant
F
Gods covenant is a binary agreement and promise to remain in a loving relationship.
T
F
T
The Ten Commandments are Gods revealed law.
Sample response: God revealed his laws in the Ten Commandments, the
Old Testament, the Gospels, and in giving us Christ. Gods revealed law
helps us live in covenant relationship with him and with one another.
Sample response: Jesus commanded his followers to love one another as
he has loved them. We try to do this because Christ poured out his life for
us, and his Holy Spirit dwells within us.
Civil
Blessed Trinity
love
Fourth Commandment
Sample response: A loving family works together for the same goals. In the
Trinity, the Father asked his Son to come to us, the Son acted in obedience to
the Father, and the Holy Spirit helps us build a loving relationship as members
of the Church, or family.
Sample response: If we keep faith in God as the direction home, where we want
to end up, our life will move in Gods direction in that relationship with him.
authority
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Chapter 5 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
1. literally means in the esh a. Jesus
2. a sign, wonder, or action through the power of God b. Annunciation
3. the angels visit to Mary c. miracle
4. the everlasting Word of God d. Incarnation
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false. Then
rewrite the false statements to make them true.
5. The Holy Spirit was acting in Mary before she was born so that through her the
Son of God could become man.
6. Jesus is like us in all things but sorrow.
7. The name Jesus literally means God lives.
8. God the Father speaks directly to us in Christ through the power of the Incarnation.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What is the signicance of God the Fathers promise to send his Son, who would be named
Emmanuel, which means God is with us?
10. In your own words, explain how Jesus is fully God and fully man.
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Chapter 6 Test
A. Work with Words Complete each sentence with the correct term.
1. The Church is the Body of Christ alive in the world; the is the soul.
2. At the Last Supper, Jesus promised his followers another to speak on their behalf.
3. is when we raise our minds and hearts to God.
4. The liturgical feast celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles is known as
.
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. When we pray a prayer of petition we ask God for something .
a. good for the future c. new for ourselves
b. good for ourselves d. good for others
6. The Holy Spirit brings those in the Church into by their belief in Jesus.
a. mystery c. salvation
b. harmony d. truth
7. When we pray a prayer of we identify Gods gifts to us.
a. blessing c. thanksgiving
b. intercession d. praise
8. The Holy Spirit acts through the of the Church to teach and form us.
a. living compassion c. blessings
b. living Tradition d. buildings
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why do you think we need the Holy Spirit?
10. Explain this statement: Neglecting the time and effort for prayer will produce a withered
spiritual garden.
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d
c
b
a
Sample response: God used to send his prophets to speak with
us, but he promised to send his Son to actually be with us. Jesus
changed our relationship to God.
T
Sample response (in their own words): Jesus was born human
from a human woman, and died a human death. But he was also
Gods only Son, the eternal Word, conceived by the Holy Spirit.
Jesus is like us in all things but sin.
F
The name Jesus literally means God saves.
F
T
Holy Spirit
Sample response (in their own words): To guide and build up the community of
faith, help people in the church be faithful, and sanctify (make holy) the Church.
To be our Advocate with the Father, to guide us in our prayer life, to unite us.
Sample response: If we dont take time to pray we are not taking time to raise
healthy hearts and minds, just like not taking time on a garden will result in a
garden choked by things we didnt mean to grow there, or no growth at all.
Advocate
Prayer
Pentecost
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Chapter 5 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
1. literally means in the esh a. Jesus
2. a sign, wonder, or action through the power of God b. Annunciation
3. the angels visit to Mary c. miracle
4. the everlasting Word of God d. Incarnation
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false. Then
rewrite the false statements to make them true.
5. The Holy Spirit was acting in Mary before she was born so that through her the
Son of God could become man.
6. Jesus is like us in all things but sorrow.
7. The name Jesus literally means God lives.
8. God the Father speaks directly to us in Christ through the power of the Incarnation.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What is the signicance of God the Fathers promise to send his Son, who would be named
Emmanuel, which means God is with us?
10. In your own words, explain how Jesus is fully God and fully man.
Name Date
Chapter 6 Test
A. Work with Words Complete each sentence with the correct term.
1. The Church is the Body of Christ alive in the world; the is the soul.
2. At the Last Supper, Jesus promised his followers another to speak on their behalf.
3. is when we raise our minds and hearts to God.
4. The liturgical feast celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles is known as
.
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. When we pray a prayer of petition we ask God for something .
a. good for the future c. new for ourselves
b. good for ourselves d. good for others
6. The Holy Spirit brings those in the Church into by their belief in Jesus.
a. mystery c. salvation
b. harmony d. truth
7. When we pray a prayer of we identify Gods gifts to us.
a. blessing c. thanksgiving
b. intercession d. praise
8. The Holy Spirit acts through the of the Church to teach and form us.
a. living compassion c. blessings
b. living Tradition d. buildings
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why do you think we need the Holy Spirit?
10. Explain this statement: Neglecting the time and effort for prayer will produce a withered
spiritual garden.
TE70 Chapter Test Answer Key
d
c
b
a
Sample response: God used to send his prophets to speak with
us, but he promised to send his Son to actually be with us. Jesus
changed our relationship to God.
T
Sample response (in their own words): Jesus was born human
from a human woman, and died a human death. But he was also
Gods only Son, the eternal Word, conceived by the Holy Spirit.
Jesus is like us in all things but sin.
F
The name Jesus literally means God saves.
F
T
Holy Spirit
Sample response (in their own words): To guide and build up the community of
faith, help people in the church be faithful, and sanctify (make holy) the Church.
To be our Advocate with the Father, to guide us in our prayer life, to unite us.
Sample response: If we dont take time to pray we are not taking time to raise
healthy hearts and minds, just like not taking time on a garden will result in a
garden choked by things we didnt mean to grow there, or no growth at all.
Advocate
Prayer
Pentecost
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Chapter 7 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. name for disciples of Jesus
2. special prayer that focuses on the events in the
lives of Jesus and Mary
3. Jesus is the link between God the Father and humans
4. the birth of Jesus
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the best term or phrase.
5. Jesus is the second Person of the .
6. Becoming the person God calls you to be is reaching your .
7. Jesus is known as the of the Father.
8. Following in the footsteps of Jesus helps you be his .
9. The words and actions of Jesus help us learn about .
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
10. Jesus is true God and true man. What did Jesus show us by being human? What did
Jesus show us by being divine?
Column 2
a. Nativity
b. Mediator
c. followers of the Way
d. Rosary
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Chapter 8 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. collection of Jesus teachings in the Gospel of Matthew
2. probable location of the Sermon on the Mount
3. simple stories to explain a deeper meaning
4. Jesus teachings on true happiness in Matthew
and Luke
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Jesus used the parable of the Good Samaritan to illustrate the idea of .
a. discipleship c. love your neighbor as yourself
b. an eye for an eye d. peace
6. Jesus compared living according to his words to .
a. safe sailing on a stormy sea c. building a house on solid rock
b. preaching from a mountaintop d. ignoring stereotypes of others
7. In the Beatitudes, Jesus says we will nd true happiness when .
a. we experience great good luck c. we read the parables
b. Gods kingdom becomes real d. we change our points of view
8. The word beatitude means
a. Gods kingdom c. harmony
b. strong foundation d. blessedness
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why do you think Jesus used parables?
10. How do accounts of the Beatitudes differ in the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke?
Column 2
a. parables
b. Beatitudes
c. Sermon on the Mount
d. Mount Eremos
Chapter Test Answer Key TE71
Blessed Trinity
c
d
b
a
Through his humanity, Jesus showed us how to live a full life, how to reach
our full potential and become children of God.
Through his divinity, Jesus helps us become closer to the Father and to see
the Father as he is reected in Jesus. He shows us of God's innite mercy,
love, and healing
full potential
Substantial image
Answers will vary.
Answers will vary.
disciple
God the Father
c
d
a
b
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Chapter 7 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. name for disciples of Jesus
2. special prayer that focuses on the events in the
lives of Jesus and Mary
3. Jesus is the link between God the Father and humans
4. the birth of Jesus
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the best term or phrase.
5. Jesus is the second Person of the .
6. Becoming the person God calls you to be is reaching your .
7. Jesus is known as the of the Father.
8. Following in the footsteps of Jesus helps you be his .
9. The words and actions of Jesus help us learn about .
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
10. Jesus is true God and true man. What did Jesus show us by being human? What did
Jesus show us by being divine?
Column 2
a. Nativity
b. Mediator
c. followers of the Way
d. Rosary
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Chapter 8 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. collection of Jesus teachings in the Gospel of Matthew
2. probable location of the Sermon on the Mount
3. simple stories to explain a deeper meaning
4. Jesus teachings on true happiness in Matthew
and Luke
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Jesus used the parable of the Good Samaritan to illustrate the idea of .
a. discipleship c. love your neighbor as yourself
b. an eye for an eye d. peace
6. Jesus compared living according to his words to .
a. safe sailing on a stormy sea c. building a house on solid rock
b. preaching from a mountaintop d. ignoring stereotypes of others
7. In the Beatitudes, Jesus says we will nd true happiness when .
a. we experience great good luck c. we read the parables
b. Gods kingdom becomes real d. we change our points of view
8. The word beatitude means
a. Gods kingdom c. harmony
b. strong foundation d. blessedness
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why do you think Jesus used parables?
10. How do accounts of the Beatitudes differ in the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke?
Column 2
a. parables
b. Beatitudes
c. Sermon on the Mount
d. Mount Eremos
Chapter Test Answer Key TE71
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c
d
b
a
Through his humanity, Jesus showed us how to live a full life, how to reach
our full potential and become children of God.
Through his divinity, Jesus helps us become closer to the Father and to see
the Father as he is reected in Jesus. He shows us of God's innite mercy,
love, and healing
full potential
Substantial image
Answers will vary.
Answers will vary.
disciple
God the Father
c
d
a
b
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Chapter 9 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. Jesus made eternal life with God the Father possible by .
a. the sacrament of Reconcilation c. the Paschal mystery
b. the practice of fasting d. Original Sin
2. The Paschal mystery refers to .
a. Jesus appearance to the disciples after the crucixion
b. Jesus Ascension into heaven
c. participation in the stations of the Cross on Good Friday
d. Jesus Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension
3. We call

the Messiah because he was sent by God the Father to fulll his
promise to redeem his people.
a. Jesus c. Peter
b. John the Baptist d. Martha
4. When our relationship with God is broken we can turn to .
a. The Old Testament prophecies c. Mosiac Law
b. The Sacrament of Reconciliation d. The Book of Genesis
B. Check Understanding Write the word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
5. The term Anointed One referes to the Greek word .
6. We inherited from Adam and Eve.
7. Because Jesus, in his humanity, remained faithful to God the Father, he is called
the .
8. , , and came into the world when Adam and Eve
trusted the serpent instead of God.
9. After Adam and Eve ate the fruit in the garden, their response to God was to .
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
10. Describe the original holiness of the rst humans.
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Chapter 10 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
1. ofcial, authentic teachings of the Church a. encyclicals
2. all the laws of the Church b. spiritualities
3. teachings written by the pope for all Catholics c. doctrines
4. ways of praying and living as a disciple d. Code of Canon Law
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Since Jesus ascended into heaven, the Church has been built on the faith and foundation of the
a. Chosen People c. law
b. Apostles d. followers of John the Baptist
6. Jesus told his disciples to travel light because he wanted them to
a. trust that God the Father would take care of them
b. get away quickly if there was trouble
c. nd out how hard it is to be poor
d. go without things
7. The Churchs central and most important prayer is the
a. Act of Contrition c. Lords Prayer
b. Rosary d. prayer of great saints
8. Some of the followers of John the Baptist left him and went to follow Jesus because
a. they didnt like what John was teaching
b. it was easy to change to a new leader
c. they knew what to expect of Jesus
d. John pointed out Jesus to them and they wanted to get to know Jesus better
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What are some things about Jesus that you think attracted people and made them decide to
follow him?
10. How is the Church our guide in all parts of our lives and in everything we do?
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c
d
a
b
Answers will vary. They should include that Jesus taught people
in a way that drew them to him.
Answers will vary. They should include that the Church teaches
us how to keep Gods law and live as Jesus did.
original sin
Christ
New Adam
hide
sin suffering Shame
Sample response: In the beginning, humans only experienced
goodness and love. God created humans to be free, to be his friends,
and to share in his life. There was no pain or suffering, no sin, no
death, only holiness and justice.
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A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. Jesus made eternal life with God the Father possible by .
a. the sacrament of Reconcilation c. the Paschal mystery
b. the practice of fasting d. Original Sin
2. The Paschal mystery refers to .
a. Jesus appearance to the disciples after the crucixion
b. Jesus Ascension into heaven
c. participation in the stations of the Cross on Good Friday
d. Jesus Passion, death, Resurrection, and Ascension
3. We call

the Messiah because he was sent by God the Father to fulll his
promise to redeem his people.
a. Jesus c. Peter
b. John the Baptist d. Martha
4. When our relationship with God is broken we can turn to .
a. The Old Testament prophecies c. Mosiac Law
b. The Sacrament of Reconciliation d. The Book of Genesis
B. Check Understanding Write the word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
5. The term Anointed One referes to the Greek word .
6. We inherited from Adam and Eve.
7. Because Jesus, in his humanity, remained faithful to God the Father, he is called
the .
8. , , and came into the world when Adam and Eve
trusted the serpent instead of God.
9. After Adam and Eve ate the fruit in the garden, their response to God was to .
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
10. Describe the original holiness of the rst humans.
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A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
1. ofcial, authentic teachings of the Church a. encyclicals
2. all the laws of the Church b. spiritualities
3. teachings written by the pope for all Catholics c. doctrines
4. ways of praying and living as a disciple d. Code of Canon Law
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Since Jesus ascended into heaven, the Church has been built on the faith and foundation of the
a. Chosen People c. law
b. Apostles d. followers of John the Baptist
6. Jesus told his disciples to travel light because he wanted them to
a. trust that God the Father would take care of them
b. get away quickly if there was trouble
c. nd out how hard it is to be poor
d. go without things
7. The Churchs central and most important prayer is the
a. Act of Contrition c. Lords Prayer
b. Rosary d. prayer of great saints
8. Some of the followers of John the Baptist left him and went to follow Jesus because
a. they didnt like what John was teaching
b. it was easy to change to a new leader
c. they knew what to expect of Jesus
d. John pointed out Jesus to them and they wanted to get to know Jesus better
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What are some things about Jesus that you think attracted people and made them decide to
follow him?
10. How is the Church our guide in all parts of our lives and in everything we do?
TE72 Chapter Test Answer Key
c
d
a
b
Answers will vary. They should include that Jesus taught people
in a way that drew them to him.
Answers will vary. They should include that the Church teaches
us how to keep Gods law and live as Jesus did.
original sin
Christ
New Adam
hide
sin suffering Shame
Sample response: In the beginning, humans only experienced
goodness and love. God created humans to be free, to be his friends,
and to share in his life. There was no pain or suffering, no sin, no
death, only holiness and justice.
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A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. The Church is the People of God in our gathering of leaders and members.
a. spiritual c. visible
b. seasonal d. assembly
2. The organization of the Church into different levels of leaders and membership is the
a. hierarchy c. Mystical Body of Christ
b. Vine and the branches d. Communion of Saints
3. We can most closely see Jesus, who suffered and died for us when we see
a. our parish priest c. people who are poor or persecuted
b. the Church hierarchy d. the prayer of great saints
4. Because of Sauls (Pauls) experience when Jesus told him he was persecuting Jesus when
he persecuted Christians, Saul became a believer and wrote that the Church is
a. always going to be persecuted c. people in a building
b. the Body of Christ d. sad that Jesus died
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the correct terms.
5. Because of the gifts of her members, the Church is able to help build Gods
kingdom in many ways and places.
6. The Mystical Body of Christ describes the

part of the Church.
7. Acts that meet peoples physical needs are the .
8. A word that means a gathering or an assembly:
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why do you think the physical part of the Church is not enough? Why do we need both the
physical and spiritual parts?
10. How do you think you can make a difference in the Church? Why is each member important?
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Chapter 12 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. the process of purication before people can
experience the eternal happiness of heaven
2. describes the Church as being for all people
of all times
3. the ability to make our own choices
4. prayer that uses the mind
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Along with faith in God, we need to be

into new life in Christ.
a. baptized c. signed up
b. saved d. forced
6. The explains that all salvation comes from Christ the Head through the
Church which is his Body.
a. First Vatican Council c. Second Vatican Council
b. parish bulletins d. Liturgy of the Eucharist
7. The builds the Church, brings it to life, and makes it holy.
a. Lords Prayer c. Pope
b. Eucharist d. Holy Spirit
8. The Churchs treasury is
a. a collection of money
b. all the holiness and goodness from Jesus, Mary, and the saints
c. the many people who are members of the Church
d. jewels and works of art
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Give some examples of ways we can see that the Church is universal.
10. Describe the different ways we can pray and some things that can help us in our prayer.
Column 2
a. temporal punishment
b. meditation
c. universal
d. free will
Chapter Test Answer Key TE73
Answers will vary. Should include the idea that we are both physical
and spiritual beings and that Christ was both human and divine, and
we are his body on earth.
Answers will vary.
church
Corporal Works of Mercy
diverse
spiritual
a
c
d
b
Answer will vary. Should include that the Church is all over the world and has
existed for centuries, that all are welcome as members, she is missionary and
was sent by Christ to all people.
Responses should include vocal prayer that uses word, meditation that uses
the mind and focuses on understanding the how and why of Christianity, and
contemplative prayer that is wordless. We might get distracted or not feel things
during prayer, but we need to have faith that God is with us.
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A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. The Church is the People of God in our gathering of leaders and members.
a. spiritual c. visible
b. seasonal d. assembly
2. The organization of the Church into different levels of leaders and membership is the
a. hierarchy c. Mystical Body of Christ
b. Vine and the branches d. Communion of Saints
3. We can most closely see Jesus, who suffered and died for us when we see
a. our parish priest c. people who are poor or persecuted
b. the Church hierarchy d. the prayer of great saints
4. Because of Sauls (Pauls) experience when Jesus told him he was persecuting Jesus when
he persecuted Christians, Saul became a believer and wrote that the Church is
a. always going to be persecuted c. people in a building
b. the Body of Christ d. sad that Jesus died
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the correct terms.
5. Because of the gifts of her members, the Church is able to help build Gods
kingdom in many ways and places.
6. The Mystical Body of Christ describes the

part of the Church.
7. Acts that meet peoples physical needs are the .
8. A word that means a gathering or an assembly:
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why do you think the physical part of the Church is not enough? Why do we need both the
physical and spiritual parts?
10. How do you think you can make a difference in the Church? Why is each member important?
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Chapter 12 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. the process of purication before people can
experience the eternal happiness of heaven
2. describes the Church as being for all people
of all times
3. the ability to make our own choices
4. prayer that uses the mind
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Along with faith in God, we need to be

into new life in Christ.
a. baptized c. signed up
b. saved d. forced
6. The explains that all salvation comes from Christ the Head through the
Church which is his Body.
a. First Vatican Council c. Second Vatican Council
b. parish bulletins d. Liturgy of the Eucharist
7. The builds the Church, brings it to life, and makes it holy.
a. Lords Prayer c. Pope
b. Eucharist d. Holy Spirit
8. The Churchs treasury is
a. a collection of money
b. all the holiness and goodness from Jesus, Mary, and the saints
c. the many people who are members of the Church
d. jewels and works of art
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Give some examples of ways we can see that the Church is universal.
10. Describe the different ways we can pray and some things that can help us in our prayer.
Column 2
a. temporal punishment
b. meditation
c. universal
d. free will
Chapter Test Answer Key TE73
Answers will vary. Should include the idea that we are both physical
and spiritual beings and that Christ was both human and divine, and
we are his body on earth.
Answers will vary.
church
Corporal Works of Mercy
diverse
spiritual
a
c
d
b
Answer will vary. Should include that the Church is all over the world and has
existed for centuries, that all are welcome as members, she is missionary and
was sent by Christ to all people.
Responses should include vocal prayer that uses word, meditation that uses
the mind and focuses on understanding the how and why of Christianity, and
contemplative prayer that is wordless. We might get distracted or not feel things
during prayer, but we need to have faith that God is with us.
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A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. less serious sin that weakens a persons
relationship with God
2. that which makes it possible to think, reason,
and judge
3. the spiritual principle that reects God in a person
4. serious sin that causes total separation from God
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false.
Then rewrite false statements to make them true.
5. It is all right to do evil if a good result will come from it.
6. Your conscience is like an inner voice that helps you to know the difference
between right and wrong.
7. We do not need to do anything to form our conscience.
8. Follow these steps to make a good moral decision:
1) Think about possible consequences,
2) Compare your options to the Commandments and Beatitudes,
3) Talk with someone who can advise you,
4) Pray to the Holy Spirit, and
5) Act with condence that you have made the right decision.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why is it important to have a well-formed conscience?
10. Explain the three elements that determine the morality of a human action.
Column 2
a. mortal sin
b. venial sin
c. soul
d. intellect
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Chapter 14 Test
A. Work with Words Complete each sentence with the correct terms.
1. Behavior or attitude that leads others to sin is known as .
2. is the deliberate ending of a pregnancy by killing an unborn child.
3. To deliberately end the life of someone who is sick or dying is called .
4. The Fifth Commandment says that , the deliberate killing of another person,
is always a grave sin.
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. The sacredness of all human life comes directly from .
a. how people think c. their heredity
b. the kind of work they do d. being created by God
6. Of all the creatures made by God, humans are the only ones who have the capacity to
a. recognize Gods presence c. learn
b. help others d. communicate
7. When Jesus taught about the Fifth Commandment, he widened the understanding of
You shall not kill to include .
a. anger and vengeance c. suicide
b. accidental killing d. lying
8. When Jesus was arrested he
a. ordered his Apostles to ght to defend him
b. upheld and honored every human life, including those who were harming him
c. expressed his anger at those arresting him
d. practiced passive resistance
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Explain your understanding of the seamless garment of life.
10. Describe some ways the Church has taken a stand on life issues.
TE74 Chapter Test Answer Key
b
d
c
a
Answers will vary.
The object: This is the action itself. The intention: The reason for doing the action.
The circumstances: What is going on around the person making the decision.
We are never allowed to do evil, even if good might come from it.
The end does not justify the means.
F
T
F
T
We need to read the Bible and to seek guidance from Church teaching, from
science and from society.
Abortion
scandal
euthanasia
murder
Answers will vary.
Answers will vary.
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A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. less serious sin that weakens a persons
relationship with God
2. that which makes it possible to think, reason,
and judge
3. the spiritual principle that reects God in a person
4. serious sin that causes total separation from God
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false.
Then rewrite false statements to make them true.
5. It is all right to do evil if a good result will come from it.
6. Your conscience is like an inner voice that helps you to know the difference
between right and wrong.
7. We do not need to do anything to form our conscience.
8. Follow these steps to make a good moral decision:
1) Think about possible consequences,
2) Compare your options to the Commandments and Beatitudes,
3) Talk with someone who can advise you,
4) Pray to the Holy Spirit, and
5) Act with condence that you have made the right decision.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why is it important to have a well-formed conscience?
10. Explain the three elements that determine the morality of a human action.
Column 2
a. mortal sin
b. venial sin
c. soul
d. intellect
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Chapter 14 Test
A. Work with Words Complete each sentence with the correct terms.
1. Behavior or attitude that leads others to sin is known as .
2. is the deliberate ending of a pregnancy by killing an unborn child.
3. To deliberately end the life of someone who is sick or dying is called .
4. The Fifth Commandment says that , the deliberate killing of another person,
is always a grave sin.
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. The sacredness of all human life comes directly from .
a. how people think c. their heredity
b. the kind of work they do d. being created by God
6. Of all the creatures made by God, humans are the only ones who have the capacity to
a. recognize Gods presence c. learn
b. help others d. communicate
7. When Jesus taught about the Fifth Commandment, he widened the understanding of
You shall not kill to include .
a. anger and vengeance c. suicide
b. accidental killing d. lying
8. When Jesus was arrested he
a. ordered his Apostles to ght to defend him
b. upheld and honored every human life, including those who were harming him
c. expressed his anger at those arresting him
d. practiced passive resistance
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Explain your understanding of the seamless garment of life.
10. Describe some ways the Church has taken a stand on life issues.
TE74 Chapter Test Answer Key
b
d
c
a
Answers will vary.
The object: This is the action itself. The intention: The reason for doing the action.
The circumstances: What is going on around the person making the decision.
We are never allowed to do evil, even if good might come from it.
The end does not justify the means.
F
T
F
T
We need to read the Bible and to seek guidance from Church teaching, from
science and from society.
Abortion
scandal
euthanasia
murder
Answers will vary.
Answers will vary.
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A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
1. a strong habit of doing good a. cardinal virtues
2. faith, hope, and charity (love) b. virtue
3. prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance c. reparation
4. attempt to repair the damage done by sin d. theological virtues
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the correct terms.
5. Giving God and others what is due to them is the virtue of .
6. The virtue of helps us keep our desires from ruling our lives.
7. helps us maintain the right balance of body and spirit in human sexuality.
8. When we are discreet in the way we dress and speak, we are practicing the virtue of
.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What is the value of living a virtuous life?
10. Why is it not always easy to live a virtuous life? What can we do to get help?
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Chapter 16 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. are effective signs of Gods grace given to the Church by Christ.
a. Saints c. Celebrations
b. Sacraments d. Miracles
2. Jesus is the perfect between God the Father and humanity because he is
fully God and fully man.
a. mediator c. brother
b. gift d. answer
3. Our celebration of the sacraments always starts with

the works of God
and being grateful.
a. wanting c. remembering
b. seeing d. learning
4. Jesus followed the customs of prayer and worship.
a. Jewish c. Roman
b. Christian d. European
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false.
Then rewrite false statements to make them true.
5. God gives us grace when we do something to earn it.
6. We are totally dependent upon God in the celebration of the sacraments.
7. Jesus Christ is called the rst sacrament.
8. Jesus left carefully written instructions for the words and symbols to be used in
each sacrament.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Where is Jesus when we celebrate the sacraments?
10. Why do the sacraments involve symbols and rituals that use our senses? Give some examples.
Chapter Test Answer Key TE75
justice
b
d
a
c
Answers will vary.
temperance
modesty
Chastity
Answers will vary.
Grace is a free gift from God. There is nothing we can do to earn it.
F
T
T
F
Jesus did not leave the Apostles the exact words and symbols to use in
each sacrament.
Jesus is present acting in each sacrament.
Answers will vary.
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A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
1. a strong habit of doing good a. cardinal virtues
2. faith, hope, and charity (love) b. virtue
3. prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance c. reparation
4. attempt to repair the damage done by sin d. theological virtues
B. Check Understanding Complete each sentence with the correct terms.
5. Giving God and others what is due to them is the virtue of .
6. The virtue of helps us keep our desires from ruling our lives.
7. helps us maintain the right balance of body and spirit in human sexuality.
8. When we are discreet in the way we dress and speak, we are practicing the virtue of
.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What is the value of living a virtuous life?
10. Why is it not always easy to live a virtuous life? What can we do to get help?
Name Date
Chapter 16 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. are effective signs of Gods grace given to the Church by Christ.
a. Saints c. Celebrations
b. Sacraments d. Miracles
2. Jesus is the perfect between God the Father and humanity because he is
fully God and fully man.
a. mediator c. brother
b. gift d. answer
3. Our celebration of the sacraments always starts with

the works of God
and being grateful.
a. wanting c. remembering
b. seeing d. learning
4. Jesus followed the customs of prayer and worship.
a. Jewish c. Roman
b. Christian d. European
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false.
Then rewrite false statements to make them true.
5. God gives us grace when we do something to earn it.
6. We are totally dependent upon God in the celebration of the sacraments.
7. Jesus Christ is called the rst sacrament.
8. Jesus left carefully written instructions for the words and symbols to be used in
each sacrament.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Where is Jesus when we celebrate the sacraments?
10. Why do the sacraments involve symbols and rituals that use our senses? Give some examples.
Chapter Test Answer Key TE75
justice
b
d
a
c
Answers will vary.
temperance
modesty
Chastity
Answers will vary.
Grace is a free gift from God. There is nothing we can do to earn it.
F
T
T
F
Jesus did not leave the Apostles the exact words and symbols to use in
each sacrament.
Jesus is present acting in each sacrament.
Answers will vary.
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A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. sacraments of beginning and belonging
2. adults receive Baptism, Conrmation, and
Eucharist in the same celebration
3. gives a special outpouring of the Gifts of
the Holy Spirit
4. the sacrament that is always celebrated rst
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. In Baptism water is a sign of .
a. power c. cleansing and birth
b. refreshment d. death
6. In Conrmation the bishop anoints candidates with the oil of .
a. catechumens c. olives
b. chrism d. aromatherapy
7. When bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ in the Eucharist,
this changes is called .
a. transubstantiation c. a mystery
b. a memorial of the Last Supper d. magic
8. After we are fed at the Lords Table, we must go out and .
a. clean up c. sing a hymn
b. feed others d. meet people
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What difference do the Sacraments of Initiation make in your life?
10. Why can we only receive Baptism and Conrmation once?
Column 2
a. Baptism
b. Conrmation
c. Sacraments of Initiation
d. Rite of Christian Initiation
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Chapter 18 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. A turning away from sin and back to God is .
a. sorrow c. Eucharist
b. confession d. conversion
2. The Church celebrates Jesus forgiveness and healing in two Sacraments of .
a. Initiation c. Service
b. Healing d. children
3. Being sorry for our sins and committing to try not to sin again is called .
a. reparation c. contrition
b. conversion d. regret
4. In the Anointing of the Sick, the sick person is united to Christs .
a. suffering c. birth
b. teachings d. Mother
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false.
Then rewrite false statements to make them true.
5. The Sacrament of Reconciliation only includes contrition and confession.
6. When we tell our sins to a priest in the Sacrament of Reconciliation we are actually
talking to Christ.
7. The Sacrament of Anointing is also called the Sacrament of Conversion.
8. Jesus taught us that Gods compassion will end if we dont turn back to him.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why do you think it is important for people who are ill or in danger of death of have the
Anointing of the Sick?
10. Why might it be difcult for us to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation? What advice
would you give to a person who told you he never celebrates this sacrament?
TE76 Chapter Test Answer Key
c
d
b
a
Answers will vary.
Both sacraments give us a special seal or character that is permanent.
It includes contrition, confession, penance, and absolution
F
T
F
F
Reconciliation is also called the Sacrament of Conversion
Gods compassion will never end.
Answers will vary. They should mention the grace given to help strengthen
the person.
Answers will vary.
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A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. sacraments of beginning and belonging
2. adults receive Baptism, Conrmation, and
Eucharist in the same celebration
3. gives a special outpouring of the Gifts of
the Holy Spirit
4. the sacrament that is always celebrated rst
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. In Baptism water is a sign of .
a. power c. cleansing and birth
b. refreshment d. death
6. In Conrmation the bishop anoints candidates with the oil of .
a. catechumens c. olives
b. chrism d. aromatherapy
7. When bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ in the Eucharist,
this changes is called .
a. transubstantiation c. a mystery
b. a memorial of the Last Supper d. magic
8. After we are fed at the Lords Table, we must go out and .
a. clean up c. sing a hymn
b. feed others d. meet people
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What difference do the Sacraments of Initiation make in your life?
10. Why can we only receive Baptism and Conrmation once?
Column 2
a. Baptism
b. Conrmation
c. Sacraments of Initiation
d. Rite of Christian Initiation
Name Date
Chapter 18 Test
A. Work with Words Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
1. A turning away from sin and back to God is .
a. sorrow c. Eucharist
b. confession d. conversion
2. The Church celebrates Jesus forgiveness and healing in two Sacraments of .
a. Initiation c. Service
b. Healing d. children
3. Being sorry for our sins and committing to try not to sin again is called .
a. reparation c. contrition
b. conversion d. regret
4. In the Anointing of the Sick, the sick person is united to Christs .
a. suffering c. birth
b. teachings d. Mother
B. Check Understanding Indicate whether the following statements are true or false.
Then rewrite false statements to make them true.
5. The Sacrament of Reconciliation only includes contrition and confession.
6. When we tell our sins to a priest in the Sacrament of Reconciliation we are actually
talking to Christ.
7. The Sacrament of Anointing is also called the Sacrament of Conversion.
8. Jesus taught us that Gods compassion will end if we dont turn back to him.
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why do you think it is important for people who are ill or in danger of death of have the
Anointing of the Sick?
10. Why might it be difcult for us to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation? What advice
would you give to a person who told you he never celebrates this sacrament?
TE76 Chapter Test Answer Key
c
d
b
a
Answers will vary.
Both sacraments give us a special seal or character that is permanent.
It includes contrition, confession, penance, and absolution
F
T
F
F
Reconciliation is also called the Sacrament of Conversion
Gods compassion will never end.
Answers will vary. They should mention the grace given to help strengthen
the person.
Answers will vary.
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Chapter 20 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. the sin that the Tenth Commandment warns
us about
2. giving God and others what is due to them
3. the rule of justice, love, and peace in our hearts
and lives
4. unity with all people around the world
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. The kingdom of God will be complete when .
a. Jesus comes again c. everyone has enough food
b. we recite the Lords Prayer d. the Bible is nished
6. By supporting workers in Poland, Pope John Paul II showed .
a. hope c. solidarity
b. pride d. charity
7. Which prayer sums up the message of the Gospels? .
a. the Mass c. the Hail Mary
b. the Lords Prayer d. the Glory to the Father
8. Jesus compares the kingdom of God to a mustard seed that .
a. withers in the sun c. grows and spreads
b. becomes food for everyone d. falls on poor soil
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What opportunities to further justice do you see in your everyday life?
10. Why is it important for everyone to work for the kingdom of God?
Column 2
a. justice
b. kingdom of God
c. solidarity
d. envy
Name Date
Chapter 19 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. a sweet-smelling oil used at Baptism
2. a process for weighing choices in your life
3. a baptized member of the Church who shares in
Jesus mission and witnesses to him
4. what all Christian families are called to be
5. a holy calling to love and serve God and others
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
6. A man who has received Holy Orders is known as a .
a. lay person c. lector
b. religious brother d. priest
7. At a Baptism, parents and godparents are blessed to help them be .
a. patient c. witnesses of faith
b. obedient d. nancially successful
8. Which person is living a consecrated life in community?
a. a religious sister c. a teacher
b. a parent d. a child
9. Children should rst learn about God from their .
a. family members c. school teachers
b. parish priest d. friends
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
10. Why do you think vocations to the religious life are important?
11. Describe the role of lay people as priests, prophets, and kings.
Column 2
a. lay person
b. domestic Church
c. vocation
d. chrism
c. discernment
Chapter Test Answer Key TE77
d
e
a
b
c
They are important because priests, brothers, and sisters have an important part
in sharing Jesus teachings and helping people who are in need of assistance.
Answers should include content from graphic organizer on page 262
d
a
b
c
Responses will vary, but should center on helping those who are victimized
by poverty, prejudice, or other social injustices.
Sample responses: It is important for everyone to work for the kingdom
of God because the job is too big for any one person to do it.
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Chapter 20 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. the sin that the Tenth Commandment warns
us about
2. giving God and others what is due to them
3. the rule of justice, love, and peace in our hearts
and lives
4. unity with all people around the world
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. The kingdom of God will be complete when .
a. Jesus comes again c. everyone has enough food
b. we recite the Lords Prayer d. the Bible is nished
6. By supporting workers in Poland, Pope John Paul II showed .
a. hope c. solidarity
b. pride d. charity
7. Which prayer sums up the message of the Gospels? .
a. the Mass c. the Hail Mary
b. the Lords Prayer d. the Glory to the Father
8. Jesus compares the kingdom of God to a mustard seed that .
a. withers in the sun c. grows and spreads
b. becomes food for everyone d. falls on poor soil
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. What opportunities to further justice do you see in your everyday life?
10. Why is it important for everyone to work for the kingdom of God?
Column 2
a. justice
b. kingdom of God
c. solidarity
d. envy
Name Date
Chapter 19 Test
A. Work with Words Match each description in Column 1 with the correct term in Column 2.
Column 1
1. a sweet-smelling oil used at Baptism
2. a process for weighing choices in your life
3. a baptized member of the Church who shares in
Jesus mission and witnesses to him
4. what all Christian families are called to be
5. a holy calling to love and serve God and others
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
6. A man who has received Holy Orders is known as a .
a. lay person c. lector
b. religious brother d. priest
7. At a Baptism, parents and godparents are blessed to help them be .
a. patient c. witnesses of faith
b. obedient d. nancially successful
8. Which person is living a consecrated life in community?
a. a religious sister c. a teacher
b. a parent d. a child
9. Children should rst learn about God from their .
a. family members c. school teachers
b. parish priest d. friends
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
10. Why do you think vocations to the religious life are important?
11. Describe the role of lay people as priests, prophets, and kings.
Column 2
a. lay person
b. domestic Church
c. vocation
d. chrism
c. discernment
Chapter Test Answer Key TE77
d
e
a
b
c
They are important because priests, brothers, and sisters have an important part
in sharing Jesus teachings and helping people who are in need of assistance.
Answers should include content from graphic organizer on page 262
d
a
b
c
Responses will vary, but should center on helping those who are victimized
by poverty, prejudice, or other social injustices.
Sample responses: It is important for everyone to work for the kingdom
of God because the job is too big for any one person to do it.
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Chapter 21 Test
A. Work with Words Complete each sentence with the correct terms.
1. The theological virtue that helps us look forward to the future is .
2. is eternal separation from God.
3. Prayers for the dead will help souls in .
4. At the
,
when Jesus returns in glory, all the living and the dead will be judged.
B. Check Understanding Circle the letter of the choice that best completes the sentence.
5. Which is the state of being happy with God forever?
a. heaven c. hell
b. purgatory d. earth
6. People are rst judged by their actions
a. in hell c. in heaven
b. at the moment of death d. after they nish purgatory
7. Which will NOT happen at the second coming of Jesus?
a. the dead will rise c. bodies and souls will be united
b. God will recreate the world d. all humanity will be judged
8. Which person was raised from the dead by Jesus?
a. Mary c. Lazarus
b. Martha d. Paul
C. Make Connections Write a response on the lines below.
9. Why should knowing about heaven make us hopeful?
10. Give an example of how two Works of Mercy could be done at the same time.
TE78 Chapter Test Answer Key
hope
purgatory
hell
last judgment
Sample response: Knowing about heaven should make us hopeful because it shows
that our earthly efforts will be rewarded and gives us something to look forward to.
Sample response: A person might make meals for the homeless and include drinks
and food, so that would be feeding the hungry and giving drinks to the thirsty.
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