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The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers 2021-2022
The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth 2021-2022
The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth
Chapter 5 Quiz
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1. Which of the following statements is the foundation of everything Christians believe?
A. 'I believe in one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church.'
B. 'I believe in God, the Father almighty, Creator of heaven and earth.'
C. 'I believe that faith and science are incompatible.'
D. 'I believe that only atheists question the existence of God.'
2. What is the central mystery of the Christian faith?
A. God is a Trinity: one God in three Divine Persons.
B. God has no beginning or end.
C. God is not subject to the limitations of space or time
D. God has no gender.
3. All of the following statements about the Trinity are correct except ______
A. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are just three ways of describing how God works.
B. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit share the same substance.
C. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are distinct from one another.
D. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit were all present at the Creation of the world.
4. How did we come to believe that there are three Persons in one God?
A. This belief was revealed by the life and words of Jesus Christ.
B. The Apostles came to understand that Christ was God
C. The Apostles came to know and understand that the Holy Spirit is also God
D. all of the above
5. Why did God create the world?
A. God needed to create the world because he was lonely.
B. God freely chose to create the world to share his love, truth, and goodness with every creature, especially human beings.
C. We do not know why God created the world.
D. God wanted to demonstrate his power to the angels.
6. Which statement gives one reason we call the First Person of the Trinity 'Father'?
A. The early Christians wanted to set themselves apart from other religions by calling God 'Father.'
B. God is male, so he is our 'father.'
C. Jesus called God Abba, the Aramaic word for 'father.'
D. Mary was Jesus' human mother, so we call God 'father.'
7. What is God's plan for us?
A. to choose whether to listen to his angels
B. to share in God's truth, goodness, and beauty and to spend eternity joyfully in perfect union with him
C. to tremble in fear about what God is capable of
D. to go to church faithfully
8. What are angels?
A. beings of spirit with intelligence, will, individuality, and immortality
B. God's servants and messengers
C. beings who watch over each of us from conception to death
D. all of the above
9. What did God tell Moses his name is?
B. God the Father
C. I AM WHO I AM
D. the Trinity
10. Which statement summarizes God best?
A. God is truth, and God is love.
B. God is our Father, and God is the male Creator of the universe.
C. God is really three Gods, and these three Gods appeared at different times.
D. God wants to force us to choose him, and he becomes angry when we do not.
Short Answer (Optional)
What does the Trinity tell us about human relationships, and why?