November Cate-Quizm answers

1. A – “The transmission of the Christian faith consists primarily in proclaiming Jesus Christ in order to lead others to faith in him.”  (CCC 425)

2. C – “The word ‘Christ’ comes from the Greek translation of the Hebrew Messiah, which means ‘anointed.’”  (CCC 436)

3. B – “The Gospels report that at two solemn moments, the Baptism and the Transfiguration of Christ, the voice of the Father designates Jesus as his ‘beloved Son.’”  (CCC 444)

4. A – “The Word became flesh for is in order to save us by reconciling us with God, who ‘loved us and sent his Son to be the expiation for our sins …’” (CCC 457)  B – “The Word became flesh so that thus we might know God’s love …”  (CCC 458)  C – “The Word became flesh to be our model of holiness …”  (CCC 459)

5. C – “This unique and altogether  singular event of the Incarnation of the son of God does not mean that Jesus Christ is part God and part man, not does it imply that he is the result of a confused mixture of the divine and the human.  He became truly man while remaining truly God.  Jesus Christ is true God and true man.”  (CCC 464)

6. B – “’God sent forth his Son,’ but to prepare a body for him, he wanted the free cooperation of a creature.  For this, from all eternity God chose for the mother of his Son a daughter of Israel, a young Jewish woman of Nazareth in Galilee, ‘a virgin betrothed to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David; and the virgin’s name was Mary.’”  (CCC 488)

7. C – “Through the centuries the Church has become ever more aware that Mary, ‘full of grace’ through God, was redeemed from the moment of her conception.”  (CCC 491)

8. C – “Hence the Church confesses that Mary is truly ‘Mother of God.’”  (CCC 495)

9. B, C, E, F, G, H – “Concerning Christ’s life the Creed speaks only about the mysteries of the Incarnation (conception and birth) and Paschal mystery (passion, crucifixion, death, burial, descent into hell, resurrection, and ascension).  (CCC 512)

10. B –  “The whole of Christ’s life was a continual teaching …”  (CCC 561)

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