1. Define Catechumenate.
A person receiving instruction in the principles of the Christian religion with a view to Baptism. The title and practice is most often used by Orthodox Christians and by Roman Catholics.
2. What are some differences between the Rite of Christian Initiation for adults (RCIA)) and the rite Of Baptism of Children (RBC)?
3. Name the elements of the basic rite of Baptism.
4. How many adults were baptized at your parish at the last Easter vigil?
5. How many children were baptized in the last calendar year at your parish?
6. What are the central beliefs about God espoused in our Catholic creeds?
7. Name at least four attributes of God.
3. Full of Grace
8. Name and explain three dogmas about the Holy Trinity.
1. The Trinity is One because we do not confess to three Gods but one God in three persons
2. The divine persons are distinct from one another because “It is the Father who generates, the Son who is begotten, and the Holy Spirit who proceeds”
3. The divine persons are related to one another because it does not divide thedivine unity
9. Where is the tabernacle placed in your parish? Why is it placed where it is?
10. When is the Feast of Holy Trinity?
The Feast of Holy Trinity is on Trinity Sunday which is the Sunday following Pentecost, and eight weeks after Easter Day. (June 9, 2011)
11. How did the early Church answer Arius’ claim that Jesus only took the “appearance” of a man?
12. Define Incarnation.
One life in series of lives: one of a succession of lives or periods spent in the body of a particular animal or person.
In Christianity it’s known as the union of God and man in the person of Jesus Christ
13. What did Jesus tell his disciples would happen to him in Jerusalem?
14. How can you come to know Jesus?
I believe I got to know him by growing up going to Mass.