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Title: Confirmation JEOPARDY


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ConfirmationJEOPARDY
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Liturgical Calendar
Church Structure
The Trinity
Sacraments
Sin
Saints
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The Holy Spirit
Confirmation
Parables
The Pope
Prayer
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This day occurs six Sundays and forty weekdays
before Easter and is only celebrated by Western
rites of the Church.
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This feast commemorates the birth of the Church
and the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the
Apostles.
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This is the start of the Churchs liturgical year.
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This is the primary focus of the liturgical year
and the most important holiday of the year.
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The practices of fasting, prayer, and almsgiving
during this liturgical season help prepare us for
following season.
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These sacraments are together known as the
Sacraments of Initiation and are celebrated
during the Easter Vigil.
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The Sacraments of healing are two of only three
which can be repeated.
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This type of grace can only be received when we
have the proper disposition, inner attitude and
readiness.
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Consecrating with oil, immersion in water, and
laying on of hands are all this type of symbol
because they remind us of Gods saving action in
our lives.
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These two things are the root of the official
Seven Sacraments.
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This French nun and mystic received visions of
Christ during her contemplative prayers that told
her to spread devotion to the Sacred Heart of
Jesus.
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Named one of the first female Doctors of the
Church for her writings on prayer, this Spanish
nun helped reform the Carmelite order.
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A Saint of the early church, she was martyred in
the last Roman persecutions of Christians,
celebrated her feast day on Christmas, and has
ties to this confirmation class.
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As pope, this saint appointed St. Jerome his
personal secretary, encouraging his vulgate
translation of the bible. He also has ties to
this confirmation class.
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This patron saint of many countries is often
associated with dragons, although his greatness
comes from proclaiming his faith as a Roman
soldier amidst persecutions.
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Often thought of as a creator, this person of the
trinity is also well known to those of Jewish
faith.
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Considered the sanctifier, this person of the
trinity was the last to be understood by early
Christians.
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In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was
With God This quote from the gospel of John
helped dispel the Arian heresy about this member
of the trinity.
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During the liturgy of mass, the Eucharistic
liturgy is addressed to this source of all our
blessings.
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During mass, he works to present in those
assembled, the celebrating priest, and the
scriptures.
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This category of sin can only be forgiven in
confession and Baptism because they destroy the
virtue of charity within us, turning us from God.
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Developing one of these is dangerous because it
makes it easier to commit sin without seriously
thinking about it.
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These are the four ways sins, disobediences of
Gods love that wound human nature and injure
human solidarity, can occur.
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These seven deadly sins are particularly
harmful because they lead to and reinforce many
other sinful actions.
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Jane unknowingly helped a friend purchase
supplies were used to build a bomb.
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These four marks of the Church describe essential
things about it and its mission.
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This segment of the Church primarily brings
Christ to the everyday world, and are called to
share in the priestly, prophetic, and kingly
office of Christ.
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These members are direct successors of the
apostles, and are responsible for both the
pastoral care of those in their jurisdiction and
helping to lead the worldwide Church.
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These members are no holier than others but
receive a special calling to teach the faith and
provide spiritual leadership.
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These people set aside their lives for a holy
purpose and to be fully dedicated to pursuing a
more intimate relationship with God..
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As his successor, he is responsible for the care
of all souls, those within the Church and all
others regardless of their religious identity.
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This title signifies him as the visible sign of
Christs presence on earth.
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These pastoral letters sent to the whole Church
help our understanding but are not definitive and
free from error.
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This teaching authority of the Church consists of
all current bishops and is lead by the pope. Its
ordinary and universal decrees are infallible.
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This papal declaration is an extraordinary use of
infallibility. It was last used by Pope Pius IX
in 1854 and Pope Pius XII in 1950.
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Without this attitude in our approach, we will
not receive the vital and personal relationship
with God that prayer provides.
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AdorationBlessingIntercessionPetitionPraiseTh
anksgiving.
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This is the kind of prayer the rosary is, even
though the rosary is composed of vocal prayers.
It ask us to focus on the mysteries of Jesus
life.
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Great Things by Matt Maher is inspired by this
prayer of Marys that shows how to be wholly
Gods and how worthy he is of our trust.
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Act of Contrition
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CharityJoyPeacePatienceGoodnessKindnessLong-
sufferingHumilityFaithfulnessModestyContinence
Chastity
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The Sacrament where the Holy Spirit is first
received.
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This symbol of the Holy Spirit comes from Genesis
11-2, In the beginningwhile a ____ from God
swept over the face of the waters.
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His role in the Eucharist.
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The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
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The minister of the Sacrament.
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Laying on of hands and anointing with Chrism
while saying, Be sealed with the Holy Spirit.
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A mixture of olive oil and fragrant balsam, the
oil is a symbol of strength and the perfume a
symbol of the fragrance of Christ we must
spread.
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Age of ReasonBaptizedFreely Profess the
FaithState of GraceWilling to be a Witness for
Christ.
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The two primary effects of Confirmation.
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The difference between Catholic Eucharist and
other Christian communion services.
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This becomes the true body, blood, soul, and
divinity of Jesus Christ.
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The Eucharist recalls not only Jesus sacrifice
but also this from our Jewish beginnings.
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The Four Parts of the Eucharistic Rite.
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As the representative of Christ, the priests
sacrifice also does this for the sins of the
living and the dead.
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They do this to familiar concepts to make people
hearing them gain a new way of seeing things.
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This parable reminds us we do not know when God
is coming, so we must always be prepared if we
want to enter the Kingdom.
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Most of Jesus parables focus on teaching us
about this.
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This part of the Gospels contains many of Jesus
parables. Its often considered the best summary
of his teachings.
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Everyone who listens to these words of mine and
acts on them will be like a wise manAnd everyone
who listens to these words of mine but does not
act on them will be like a fool Matt 724,26.
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