What is your age? Under 18 Years Old 18 to 24 Years Old 25 to 30 Years Old 31 to 40 Years Old 41 to 50 Years Old 51 to 60 Years Old Over 60 Years Old What is your gender? Male Female 1. How is your soul like to God? My soul is like to God because it is made holy through prayer and the sacraments. My soul is like to God because it is a spirit and is immortal. My soul is like to God because God made me with His own hands. My soul is like to God because I believe, without doubting, everything He has revealed. 2. Who is the Head of the Catholic Church? The Head of the Catholic Church is the Pope The Head of the Catholic Church is St Peter, because Christ said to him that he was the rock upon which 'I shall build my Church'. The Head of the Church is the parish Priest. The Head of the Church is Jesus Christ our Lord. 3. Will Faith alone save us? Faith alone will not save us without good works; we must also have Hope and Charity. Yes. Faith in God and in His Church will save us. Only Faith in the one true Catholic and apostolic Church can save us. Faith is a supernatural gift of God which enables us to believe, without doubting, whatever God has revealed. 4. Do we pray to relics or images? We should give to relics, crucifixes, and holy pictures a relative honour, as they relate to Christ and His Saints, and are memorials to them. We do pray to relics and images because we can not see Christ or the Saints. We do not pray to relics or images for they can neither see, nor hear, nor help us. Yes. Indeed, Holy Mass is said over a relic. 5. [By the fourth commandment] Are we commanded to obey our parents only? We are commanded to obey, not only our parents, but also our bishops and pastors, the civil authorities and our lawful superiors. Yes. God commands us honour our "father and mother". We are bound to assist our parents in all their wants, both spiritual and temporal. We are not commanded to obey our parents but to honour them. 6. What is a Sacrament? A Sacrement is wecoming a Christian into the community. A Sacrament is an outward sign of an inward grace, ordained by Jesus Christ, by which grace is given into our souls. Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Penance, Holy Orders, Matrimony, Extreme Unction. A Sacrament is an inward grace from an outward sign, ordained by Jesus Christ, by which grace is given into our souls. 7. What is the Holy Mass? The Holy Mass is a meal, in rememberence of the last supper and of Jesus Christ's death. The Holy Mass is the supreme act of worship and love. A communion service. The Holy Mass is one and the same Sacrifice with that of the Cross, insomuch as Christ, who offered himself, a bleeding victim, on the Cross to His Heavenly Father, continues to offer himself in an unbloody manner on the altar, through the ministry of His 8. What if a person wilfully conceal a mortal sin in confession? If a person wilfully conseal a mortal sin in confession, he must remember to tell the priest next time. If a person wilfully conseal a mortal sin in confession he is guilty of a great sacrilege, by telling a lie to the Holy Ghost in making a bad confession. If a person wilfully conseal a mortal sin in confession he should say his penance three times, in rememberance of Peters three denials of Christ. If a person wilfully conseal a mortal sin in confession he should not recieve communion as he is not in a state of grace. 9. What are the four last things to be ever remembered? The four last things to be ever remembered are Faith, Hope, Charity and Contrition. The four last things to be ever remembered are Holy Mass, Prayer, Patience and Purity. The four last things to be ever remembered are Duty to God, Duty to State, Duty to Neighbour and Duty to Self. The four last things to be ever remembered are Death, Judgement, Heaven and Hell. 10. Act of Contrition: O my God, because thou art so ___ I am very ___ that I have sinned against thee and by the help of Thy ___ I will not sin again. 1. good 2. bad 3.prayers 1. unfortunate 2. sorry 3. passion 1. good 2. sorry 3.grace 1. holy 2. damned 3. prayers 11. What are the sins against Hope? The sins against Hope are despair and presumption. The sins against Hope are despair and selfishness. The sins against Hope are disobedience and presumption. The sins against Hope are dishonouring one's parents and praying to relics and images. 12. Why is God called 'Our Father'? God is called 'Our Father' because we are all brothers and sisters of Jesus, who is the Son of God. God is called 'Our Father' because He is the Father of all Christians, whom He has made His children by Holy Baptism. God is called 'Our Father' because He made us and is the original Father of all mankind. God is called 'Our Father' because the Lord's Prayer was written by Jesus' children. 13. What is sin? Sin is disobeying the Ten Commandments. Sin is that guilt which we inherit from Adam who was the origin and head of all mankind. A Sin is any misdemeanour against the law of the state. Sin is an offence against God by any thought, word, deed, or ommission against the law of God 14. What is the seventh artical of the Creed? The seventh artical of the Creed is "I believe in the Holy Ghost". The seventh artical of the Creed is "Suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead and buried" The seventh artical of the Creed is " From thence He shall come to judge the living and the dead". The seventh artical of the Creed is "The Holy Catholic Church; the Communion of Saints". 15. Is there only one God? No. There are three God's; the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. There is only one God. There are many Gods; Our Lord, Our Lady and the Saints. God is everywhere.