1st q.pdf - Grade 98 Olivia Emond Religion 10 1st Quarter Revised March 2007 SECTION A 1 Baptism imprints an indelible mark on the soul TRUE 2 To

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Olivia Emond Religion 10 1 st Quarter Revised March 2007 SECTION A 1. Baptism imprints an indelible mark on the soul. TRUE. 2. To constitute a sacrament, for example Baptism, says St. Augustine, the form (words uttered) must never be untied to the matter (water). FALSE; St. Augustine said to add the words to the element and it becomes a sacrament. 3. Of the sacraments, only Baptism and Eucharist are mentioned in the New Testament. FALSE. All of the sacraments are mentioned in the New Testament. 4. Jesus says specifically in the Scriptures, “For My Flesh is true Food, and my Blood is true Drink.” TRUE. 5. Baptism, in some form, is necessary for salvation. TRUE. 6. One cannot be saved if not baptized with water. FALSE. There are other forms of Baptism, such as Baptism of blood, or Baptism of desire. While such versions make it harder to gain salvation, it is still possible. 7. Christ is not fully present until both bread and wine are consecrated.
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8. Our Lord is the author of all the sacraments. TRUE. 9. All sacraments bestow or increase sanctifying grace. TRUE. 10. If Christ suffers and dies at every Mass, then He has died many times and offered many sacrifices in order to save us from sin. FALSE. The sacrifice of the Mass and the sacrifice of the Cross are the same sacrifice. 11. There are four sacraments of the living and three sacraments of the dead. FALSE. There are five sacraments of the living: Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Anointing of the Sick, Holy Orders, and Matrimony, and two sacraments of the dead which are Baptism and Penance. 12. Baptism and Confirmation are the only sacraments which imprint an indelible character. FALSE. Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders imprint an indelible character on the soul and therefore cannot be repeated. 13. We must be baptized before we receive the other sacraments. TRUE. 14. If a baptized Catholic leaves Church, he must be re-baptized to come back into the Church. FALSE. Baptism can only be received once, so if a baptized Catholic leaves the Church, he does not need to receive Baptism to return to the Church. 15. Baptism removes original sin and actual sins committed before Baptism. TRUE. 16. Bread and wine remain on the altar even after Transubstantiation. FALSE. Both Holy Scripture and the Fathers of the Church clearly state that the bread and wine are completely changed into the Body and the Blood of Christ.
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