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  • 1. 

    What is the acknowledgment of God as God, Creator and savior, Lord and Master of everything called?

    • A.

      Communion

    • B.

      Adoration

    • C.

      Benediction

    • D.

      Transubstantiation

    Correct Answer
    B. Adoration
    Explanation
    We adore God for everything he did for us.

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  • 2. 

    What is a conscious burning desire to recieve Holy Communion when unable to do so?

    • A.

      Sacramental Presence

    • B.

      Benediction

    • C.

      Eucharist

    • D.

      Spiritual Communion

    Correct Answer
    D. Spiritual Communion
    Explanation
    Spiritual Communion refers to the act of desiring to receive Holy Communion when it is not physically possible to do so. It is a conscious burning desire to unite oneself with the sacramental presence of Christ, even without partaking in the actual Eucharist. This practice allows individuals to spiritually connect with Christ and receive His grace, even when they are unable to receive the sacrament physically.

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  • 3. 

    The word eucharist come from the Greek word eucharistein, which means...

    • A.

      To give glory

    • B.

      To show love

    • C.

      To give thanks

    • D.

      To celebrate

    Correct Answer
    C. To give thanks
    Explanation
    The word "eucharist" is derived from the Greek word "eucharistein," which means "to give thanks." In the context of religious practices, the term refers to the act of expressing gratitude, particularly in relation to the Christian sacrament of Holy Communion. This explanation aligns with the meaning of the Greek word and accurately describes the origin and significance of the term "eucharist."

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  • 4. 

    What religion believes that Jesus is in the Body and Blood after the bread is conscecrated?

    • A.

      Mormon

    • B.

      Catholic

    • C.

      Baptist

    • D.

      Protestant

    • E.

      Jewish

    Correct Answer
    B. Catholic
    Explanation
    The Catholic religion believes that Jesus is present in the Body and Blood after the bread is consecrated. This belief is based on the doctrine of transubstantiation, which states that the bread and wine used in the Eucharist become the actual body and blood of Jesus Christ. This belief is central to the Catholic faith and is celebrated during the Mass.

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  • 5. 

    Jesus instituted the sacrament of communion on which Jewish holiday?

    • A.

      Passover

    • B.

      Pentecost

    • C.

      Yom Kipper

    • D.

      Hanakah

    Correct Answer
    A. Passover
    Explanation
    Passover is the correct answer because it is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. It is during this holiday that Jesus is believed to have instituted the sacrament of communion, also known as the Last Supper, where he shared bread and wine with his disciples, symbolizing his body and blood. This event is significant in Christianity as it represents the sacrifice and redemption brought by Jesus' death and resurrection.

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  • 6. 

    How long do you have to fast before taking communion in the catholic church?

    • A.

      One hour

    • B.

      One day

    • C.

      Thirty minutes

    • D.

      2 hours

    Correct Answer
    A. One hour
    Explanation
    In the Catholic Church, individuals are required to fast for at least one hour before taking communion. This period of fasting ensures that the individual has an empty stomach and is in a state of preparation for receiving the Eucharist. By abstaining from food and drink, it is believed that the individual is better able to focus on the spiritual significance of the sacrament and approach it with reverence and devotion.

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  • 7. 

    Which of these is not a part of The Liturgy of the Word?

    • A.

      First Reading

    • B.

      Penitential Rite

    • C.

      Prayers of Conclusion

    • D.

      Creed

    Correct Answer
    C. Prayers of Conclusion
    Explanation
    The Liturgy of the Word consists of specific components that are integral to the Catholic Mass. The First Reading, Creed, and Penitential Rite are all part of this liturgy. However, the Prayers of Conclusion are not included in the Liturgy of the Word. These prayers typically occur at the end of the Mass and are separate from the readings and responses that make up the Liturgy of the Word.

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  • 8. 

    Which of these is not a part of the Liturgy of the Eucharist?

    • A.

      Reception of the Body and Blood

    • B.

      General Intercessions

    • C.

      Presentation of the Eucharist

    • D.

      Offering made in Christ's name

    Correct Answer
    B. General Intercessions
    Explanation
    The Liturgy of the Eucharist is the central part of the Catholic Mass, where the bread and wine are consecrated and become the Body and Blood of Christ. The Reception of the Body and Blood refers to the act of receiving the consecrated elements, which is a crucial part of the Liturgy. The Presentation of the Eucharist is the moment when the priest presents the consecrated elements to the congregation for adoration. The Offering made in Christ's name refers to the offering of bread and wine to be consecrated. The General Intercessions, also known as the Prayers of the Faithful, are prayers offered for the needs of the Church and the world. While important, the General Intercessions are not specifically part of the Liturgy of the Eucharist, making it the correct answer.

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  • 9. 

    Benediction means which of these.

    • A.

      To bless

    • B.

      To adore

    • C.

      To thank

    • D.

      To show mercy

    Correct Answer
    A. To bless
    Explanation
    Benediction means to bless. It is a religious or formal act of invoking divine protection, guidance, or favor upon someone or something. It is often performed by a religious leader or during a religious ceremony. Benediction is a way of expressing good wishes and bestowing blessings upon others, typically in a spiritual or religious context. It is a gesture of goodwill and a way to invoke divine intervention or grace upon someone or something.

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