Preparing for the Sacraments Final
You will need your Liturgy and Sacraments workbook and the "Stuff Y' Oughtta Know" page.
1.) Know and spell the seven sacraments. Also, know how to group them (initiation, healing and vocation sacraments).
2.) Know the three part definition of sacrament.
3.) Know the four symbols present in the celebration of baptism.
4.) Jesus delivers the Bread of Life Discourse in the gospel of John, chapter 6. Know this location. Name something we learned from this discourse. Know a teaching (phrase or sentence) Jesus repeats in this discourse.
5.) The rank (1st, 2nd, 3rd) of these celebrations are solemnities, feasts, memorials. Know them and their order, and give an example of each. Page 166
6.) The Holy Spirit comes to us in baptism, but which sacrament does the Spirit come in a new and fuller way?
7.) Which is the primary sacrament, the one we must celebrate first?
8.) Which sacrament is called the "seal of baptism?"
9.) The three main duties of a bishop are (three verbs):
10.) What do we normally call the Bishop of Rome?
11.) The essential sign of holy orders is the laying on of hands.
12.) The essential signs of matrimony are 1.) the free consent of the couple, and 2.) the presence of a priest and two witnesses.
13.) In a matching question, be able to distinguish between berakah, doxology, epiclesis, and anamnesis. (Hint: You won't be asked to define them, just know the difference when given brief definitions. Example...berekah is prayer of blessing. Have someone quiz you.)
14.) Be able to identify berakah, doxology, epiclesis, and anamnesis when the teacher prays an example in class.
15.) Which sacrament was instituted Easter Sunday evening, when Jesus appears after His Resurrection?
16.) Which sacrament was instituted at the Last Supper?
17.) Who are the ministers of the sacrament of matrimony?
18.) What sacrament used to be called Extreme Unction?
19.) Who may be baptized?
20.) Respond thoroughly to someone who asks the question, "Why do Catholics tell their sins to the priest?"
Vocabulary--be able to fill in the blanks with the underlined terms.
A person preparing for baptism is called a catechumen.
A newly-initiated Christian is called a neophyte.
The Hebrew word ruah means wind, spirit, breath, life.
The Greek word Christ means "anointed one," and so does the Hebrew word Messiah.
Holy Communion given to the dying is called viaticum.
Know which rank or order (holy orders) these words refer to: diaconate, presbyterate, episcopate.
What are contained in cruets, and what are contained in the ambry?