Are you a Cafeteria Catholic?

This is a fun quiz for Catholics to see where they are in the understanding of their faith. Each question has only one correct answer, and each answer is explained according to the Baltimore Catechism.

It's not too hard, but it isn't really easy, either. Take the quiz and see where you measure up, and find out how much you need to close the door to the cafeteria of picking and choosing what to believe.

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What is your gender?
1. What is natural law?
The revealed truths of nature
The ten commandments and the two precepts of charity
A definite expression of God's will, requiring obedience
The law of my own conscience, accountable only to myself
2. What is conscience?
The ability to make choices based on how we feel about a situation
The manifestation of God's will that is made to men by the voice of reason; by the dictates of their intellect
Conscience is whatever makes me feel good about myself
Being able to realize that "to err is human."
3. What are the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost?
Wisdom, permissiveness, faith, piety,understanding, self love, pride
Wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, patience
Wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, justice, piety, patience
Wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, fear of the Lord
4. What is mortal sin?
Nice try. It went out with the Second Vatican Council
Any willful thought, desire, word, action or ommission forbidden by the law of God
Mortal sin is a grievous offense against the law of God, and separates us from God
A lesser offense against the law of God, which does not deprive the soul of sanctifying grace.
5. Which of the seven sacraments can be received only once?
Baptism, Confirmation and Holy Orders
Confirmation, Marriage and Holy Orders
Baptism, Anullments and Holy Orders
Sacrament of the sick (extreme unction), Confirmation and Holy Orders
6. What is the Mass?
A community meal where we share our joy with our friends
The Sacrifice of the New Law in which Christ, through the ministry of the priest, offers Himself to God in an unbloody manner under the appearances of bread and wine
The Sacrifice of the New Law in which Christ, through the ministry of the people, offers Himself to God as a meal of thanksgiving for our redemption
The joining together of Christians on Sundays and Holy Days for worship and sharing
7. What is necessary to receive Holy Communion worthily?
To be on time for Mass
To be in a state of grace
To be a part of the Christian community, and to show love for each other
To be in a state of grace and to have kept the Eucharistic fast
8. What did the tearing of the veil of the Temple at the death of Christ signify?
It marked the end of the Jewish religion as the true religion
It marked the beginning of ecumenism as the path to salvation
It was the first gift of the Holy Ghost
It was prescribed by God as a great sign of His love for the Jewish people
9. Who are the faithful of the Church?
The laity
All members of the Church, including religious, clerical and lay
The clerics of the Church
Anyone not in a state of sin
10. When does a person sin by sacrilege?
When he mistreats sacred persons, places or things
Sacrilege is no longer sonsidered a sin, and hasn't been for forty years
When he buys or sells sacred or spiritual things or positions
When he attributes to a creature the power that belongs to God

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