Terms I
Terms II
True/False
Examples of Sin (M/V/S)
100

A thought, word, or action against God's law. 

What is sin?

100

The freedom to decide when and how to act.

What is free will?

100

An examination of conscience is only helpful before we make decisions.

FALSE

100

You lie to your parents about where you are going after school.

What is venial sin?

200

An attraction to choose sin. 

What is temptation?

200

The ability to know the difference between right and wrong, good and evil. 

What is conscience?

200

Our conscience is like an inner voice that helps us to choose evil over good.

FALSE

200

Someone physically harms a living thing for fun. 

What is mortal sin?

300

A less serious sin that hurts a person's friendship with God. 

What is venial sin?

300
Reflecting on our actions, words, and thoughts. 

What is examination of conscience?

300

We should only examine our conscience when we have plenty of time to think about it.

FALSE

300
A man uses disrespectful language toward a group of women. (Or a woman toward a group of men)

What is social sin?

400

A very serious sin that breaks a person's friendship with God.

What is mortal sin?

400
When people offend God or others by doing something wrong.

What is sin of commission?

400

Forming a good conscience is our responsibility that continues throughout our life.

TRUE

400

You do something that kills a living thing. 

What is mortal sin? 

500

When someone is afraid to act against injustices or is prejudice towards others.

What is social sin?

500
A sin in which people do not honor God and do not respect others by ignoring a call to help. 

What is sin of omission?

500

We can form our conscience by learning more about God through Scripture and Church readings.

TRUE

500

You tease a classmate even though you know it upsets them. 

What is venial sin?

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