Holy Orders & Matrimony

Instructions: Circle the correct answer.

  1.  
    What is the sign of the sacrament of Holy Orders?
    A. Laying on hands by the Bishop. B. Anonting with oil and holy water. C. Taking vows after graduation from seminary.
  2.  
    The three Grades of Holy Orders are:
    A. Bishop, Priest, Cardinal. B. Vicar, Cardinal, Archbishop C. Bishop, Priest, Deacon
  3.  
    The two kinds of Deacons are:
    A. Transitional and Permanent B. Parish and Community C. Diocese and Parish
  4.  
    Who can be ordained?
    A. Only a baptized adult male. B. Only an unmarried Deacon. C. Only a student preparing for ordination to the priesthood.
  5.  
    Who established marriage?
    A. The Catholic Church B. Religious groups C. The Romans D. God
  6.  
    What is the purpose of Matrimony?
    A. For financial and health care purposes. B. To spend more time with the person you love. C. For the good of the couple and to have babies.
  7.  
    What did Jesus teach about the sacrament of Marriage?
    A. That any type of loving union is considered a marriage. B. Marriage is to last a life time and is between one man and one woman. C. That everyone is called to be married.
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Instructions: Circle the correct answer.

  1.  
    What is the sign of the sacrament of Holy Orders?
    A. Laying on hands by the Bishop. B. Anonting with oil and holy water. C. Taking vows after graduation from seminary.
  2.  
    The three Grades of Holy Orders are:
    A. Bishop, Priest, Cardinal. B. Vicar, Cardinal, Archbishop C. Bishop, Priest, Deacon
  3.  
    The two kinds of Deacons are:
    A. Transitional and Permanent B. Parish and Community C. Diocese and Parish
  4.  
    Who can be ordained?
    A. Only a baptized adult male. B. Only an unmarried Deacon. C. Only a student preparing for ordination to the priesthood.
  5.  
    Who established marriage?
    A. The Catholic Church B. Religious groups C. The Romans D. God
  6.  
    What is the purpose of Matrimony?
    A. For financial and health care purposes. B. To spend more time with the person you love. C. For the good of the couple and to have babies.
  7.  
    What did Jesus teach about the sacrament of Marriage?
    A. That any type of loving union is considered a marriage. B. Marriage is to last a life time and is between one man and one woman. C. That everyone is called to be married.

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