14. Celebration Of The Liturgy In The Sacraments

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14.  Celebration Of The Liturgy In The Sacraments - Quiz


Read chapter 14 in US Catholic Catechism for Adults. Self-study program - see website for St. Edward RCIA, Shelton WA. (360) 426-6134


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Martin Hellriegel was:  (p. 165)

    • A.

      born in the liturgical province of Austria

    • B.

      a pioneer in the liturgical movement in the United States.

    • C.

      was the translator of the encyclical, Mediator Dei.

    • D.

      a pastor who only spoke Latin to his people.

    Correct Answer
    B. a pioneer in the liturgical movement in the United States.
    Explanation
    Martin Hellriegel was a pioneer in the liturgical movement in the United States. This means that he was one of the early leaders or innovators in the movement to reform and modernize liturgical practices in the United States. He likely played a significant role in shaping and advancing the liturgical movement in the country.

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  • 2. 

    The word "liturgy" means: p. 167

    • A.

      work done by a group of people on behalf of the community.

    • B.

      an individual's prayer life.

    • C.

      the rituals of priests and bishops.

    • D.

      the effort to make us live wholesome lives.

    Correct Answer
    A. work done by a group of people on behalf of the community.
    Explanation
    The word "liturgy" refers to the work done by a group of people on behalf of the community. It encompasses the collective actions and rituals performed by a community, often in a religious or ceremonial context. This can include prayers, hymns, readings, and other forms of worship that are carried out by a group of individuals for the benefit and participation of the community as a whole.

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  • 3. 

    The Pascal Mystery refers to:  (p. 167)

    • A.

      the books of the Bible that narrate the Exodus.

    • B.

      a journey from Judea to Egypt.

    • C.

      ancient Persian ceremonies

    • D.

      Jesus' passing from death to life and glory.

    Correct Answer
    D. Jesus' passing from death to life and glory.
    Explanation
    The Pascal Mystery refers to Jesus' passing from death to life and glory. This term is commonly used in Christian theology to describe the events surrounding Jesus' crucifixion, death, and resurrection. It encompasses the belief that through his sacrifice, Jesus conquered sin and death, and brought about salvation and eternal life for humanity. The Pascal Mystery is an essential concept in Christian faith and is often celebrated during the Easter season.

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  • 4. 

    A mystery is:   (p. 167)

    • A.

      John Grisham's book on the mystery of religious beliefs.

    • B.

      That which is beyond human and angelic comprehension.

    • C.

      A reality that is both visible and hidden

    • D.

      Teachings in Latin that are forbidden to be translated.

    Correct Answer
    C. A reality that is both visible and hidden
    Explanation
    A mystery refers to a reality that possesses elements that are both visible and hidden. This means that there are aspects or components of the reality that can be observed or understood, while there are also parts that remain concealed or unknown. It suggests that there is a depth or complexity to the reality that goes beyond what can be easily perceived or comprehended.

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  • 5. 

    The term Liturgy in comparison with sacraments is:   (p. 167)

    • A.

      Narrower in scope,it refers exclusively to Catholic rites.

    • B.

      Broader, it embraces all the official prayer life of the church.

    • C.

      Co-extensive since they both involve ceremonies.

    • D.

      Identical since one is Latin & one Greek for the same thing

    Correct Answer
    B. Broader, it embraces all the official prayer life of the church.
    Explanation
    The term Liturgy is broader in scope compared to sacraments because it encompasses all the official prayer life of the church. While sacraments are specific rituals and ceremonies within the Catholic Church, liturgy refers to the overall official worship and prayer practices of the church as a whole. Liturgy includes not only sacraments but also other forms of prayer, such as the Liturgy of the Hours and other liturgical celebrations.

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  • 6. 

    Sacraments have:   (p. 168)

    • A.

      A visible and an invisible reality

    • B.

      The saving words and deeds of the Church

    • C.

      An outward expression and a hidden gift

    • D.

      God's grace and our submission

    Correct Answer
    A. A visible and an invisible reality
    Explanation
    Sacraments have a visible and an invisible reality. This means that while the sacraments are physical actions or rituals that we can see and participate in, they also have a deeper spiritual significance and convey God's grace to us. The visible aspect of the sacraments helps us to understand and experience the invisible reality of God's presence and grace in our lives. The sacraments are not just empty rituals, but rather they are channels through which God's saving power is made present to us.

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  • 7. 

    The Sacraments are grouped this way:  (p. 168)

    • A.

      For the living, the pre-born, & the dead

    • B.

      Water, oil and food

    • C.

      Those given by Christ & those from the church

    • D.

      Initiation, healing and Service

    Correct Answer
    D. Initiation, healing and Service
    Explanation
    The Sacraments are grouped into initiation, healing, and service. Initiation sacraments include Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist, which are meant to bring individuals into the Christian community. Healing sacraments include Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick, which are meant to heal and restore spiritual well-being. Service sacraments include Matrimony and Holy Orders, which are meant to serve and fulfill specific roles within the Church. This grouping helps to categorize the different sacraments based on their purpose and function in the life of a Christian.

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  • 8. 

    The Sacraments are:  (p. 169)

    • A.

      Symbols perceived by the body, affecting only the soul

    • B.

      Valid if the form is correct, licit if the matter is right

    • C.

      Efficacious signs, instituted by Christ, entrusted to the Church by which divine life is dispensed to us.

    • D.

      The songs and rituals of Catholic worship

    Correct Answer
    C. Efficacious signs, instituted by Christ, entrusted to the Church by which divine life is dispensed to us.
    Explanation
    The correct answer explains that the Sacraments are efficacious signs, instituted by Christ, and entrusted to the Church through which divine life is given to believers. This means that the Sacraments are not just symbols or rituals, but rather they have a real effect on the soul and are a means of receiving God's grace. The answer also highlights the importance of the Church in administering the Sacraments, emphasizing their significance in the life of believers.

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  • 9. 

    In the Liturgical Year, the Church celebrates:   (p. 173)

    • A.

      The Triduum extended through the 40 days of Eastertide

    • B.

      The whole mystery of Christ from incarnation to Pentecost

    • C.

      With Christmas as the key feast day

    • D.

      The Lord's Day anticipated on Saturday night

    Correct Answer
    B. The whole mystery of Christ from incarnation to Pentecost
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the whole mystery of Christ from incarnation to Pentecost." The Liturgical Year is a cycle of seasons and feasts in the Catholic Church that commemorates and celebrates the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It begins with the season of Advent, which focuses on the anticipation of Christ's coming, and continues through Christmas, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost. This answer accurately reflects the comprehensive nature of the Liturgical Year, encompassing the entire mystery of Christ's life and ministry from his birth to the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.

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