Jesus Christ Mary, Our Blessed Mother The Bible Sacraments & Prayer The Church & Discipleship

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What is rose from the dead--The Resurrection.
On Easter Sunday we Celebrate when Jesus did this

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What are God and our Church.
We honor Mary for being the mother of these two things,.

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Who is Peter
The first head of the Church

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What are Sacraments of Initiation.
Confirmation, Eucharist, & Baptism.

100

Who is Pope Francis
The leader of the Catholic Church

200

What are Faithful Disciples.
This is who we are when we follow Jesus' teaching and share his mission.

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What is Rosary.
We pray this to honor Mary

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What is Genesis.
The first book of the Bible

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What is once a week.
This is how often we are obligated to attend Mass.

200

Who is Rev. Lawrence J. Fama
The head of our parish

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What is Ascension.
Forty days after Easter Jesus went up to heaven.

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What is Ascension.
When Mary went up to heaven.

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What are The Beatitudes
We find these in Chapter 5 of Matthew, in the Sermon on the Mount.

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What is the Apostles' Creed
The first prayer of the Rosary

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What is sin
Saying or doing something contrary to God's Law

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What is Kingdom of God
This theme is central to Jesus' mission: proclaiming the K___ or G___

400

What is Joseph.
Mary's husband.

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Who is Adam.
The father of God's chosen people in Genesis.

400

What is Nicene Creed.
This prayer summarizes our essential beliefs.

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What is purple
The color of the season of Lent

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What is Love God with your whole heart and love your neighbor as yourself.
This is the Great Commandment

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What is Immaculate Conception.
This is what we call Mary being born without sin.

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What are the Old Testament and the New Testament.
The two books of the Bible.

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What are Penance & Anointing the Sick.
The two sacraments of healing

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What is the Magisterium
The office that teaches us on matters of faith and morals.

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