Who baptised Jesus?
His cousin John the Baptist
Where was Jesus baptised?
What did God say during the baptism of Jesus?
You are my Son with who I am proud
This is my Son
Yo! What's up?
What oils are used during the baptism ceremony?
Chrism and Catechumens
Frankincense and Myrrh
Where is the baptismal candle lit from?
Being part of a community is a benefit of being Catholic?
Not believing in the sacraments is a benefit of being Catholic?
Which of the following are main features of the Catholic Church
What is the Holy Trinity?
Joseph, Mary and Jesus
Another name for the three wise men
Jesus, Peter and Paul
God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit
Ways we can inform our conscience
Reading the Bible
Nothing it just happens
Watching Songs of Praise
Thinking happy thoughts
Going to church
Listening to religious leaders
Divorce and annulment are the same thing
Birth control is contraception
Jesus wasn't at all tempted
Ways Catholics celebrate Lent
Lighting the wreath
The following are teachings about forgiveness
The Ten Commandments
Parable of the Unforgiving Servant
The Our Father
Love one another
Parable of the Lost Son
Catholics believe that everyone goes to Heaven when you die
The order of the Mass changes every week
What is meant by 'Real Presence'
Jesus appears on the altar during Mass
That Jesus is truly present when the bread and wine are blessed and become the Body and Blood
None of the above
What is meant by the term 'pastoral'
That the Church has a duty to care for all it's members
Something to do with the Holy Spirit
A part of the Marriage ceremony
How do Catholics celebrate Christmas?
Church/priest wears purple
The giving of cards
Lighting the white candle on the Advent Wreath
Church/priest wears white and gold
The Gloria is sung
Confirmation is a rite of passage?
Why are young people confirmed?
To become adults in the eyes of the Church
Because their parents make them
To receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit
Because they are cool
To renew their baptismal promises for themselves
Because baptism doesn't count anymore
To find a role model to aspire to
What does it mean to be Catholic?
Belong to a world-wide Church
Share the Good News of Jesus with people
To be selfish and love yourself
Follow God's word
Pray and go to church
To be better than everyone else
Praying is a way of showing you love God?
We will be judged on how well we have looked after ourselves
Revelation means that God reveals himself to us through the Bible
The writers of the Bible weren't inspired by the Holy Spirit
We just make up what we think the Bible would say about issues today?
The purpose of marriage is to just love each other?
The Church doesn't mind adultery
What is meant by the 'Mass as a sacrifice'?
We have to give up our time to go
Sacrificing our time to be reminded of the sacrifice Jesus made for us
Rites of Passage are sacraments that mark important stages in our relationship with God
The Catholic Church hates all homosexuals
The Church disapproves of the homosexual act rather than homosexuals themselves
Homosexuals should remain celibate
Birth control is NOT pain relief during labour
Why is marriage important for Catholics?
You get to throw a party
It unites a couple 'two become one flesh'
The woman gets to wear a nice dress
It provides a stable environment to raise children
You become life-long companions
You can just quit if it doesn't work
Through the sacrament you receive God's grace
What is Catholic teaching on abortion?
You can abort the baby if you don't want it
All life is a gift from God
It is the same as murder
It is a woman's right to chose if she wants to keep the baby or not
All life begins at the moment of conception
Only God can take away life
Jesus resurrected the day after his crucifixion
An annulment means that the marriage was never valid
Mary helped Jesus to carry the cross
The two Marys went to the tomb to steal Jesus' body
Jesus baptism is irrelevant for us today
Finish the sentence...
A sacrament is an outward sign...
of Jesus' presence in the world
of inward grace, ordained by Jesus Christ by which grace is given to the soul
outward grace, given to us by Jesus
Funerals are a celebration
The ascension is when Jesus rose from the dead
Pentecost is considered to be the 'birth of the Church'
Religious pluralism means there are lots of religions making up the UK today
Secularism means religion is losing it's importance in today's society
Science is not a problem for Catholics today
Euthanasia is called a 'gentle and easy death'
Abortions in the UK are legal up to 24 weeks
Catholics believe that 'our bodies are a temple of the Holy Spirit'