Sixth Grade CCD Final Exam Name* First Last Teacher's last name OR day on which you attended CCD class*Parent's email address to notify that test was submitted* Sec. I The Apostles' Creed fill in the blanks: choose a word from the above word bank to complete the Creed below. Write your answer in the box under each incomplete statement.1. I believe in God, the ______ Almighty,2. Creator of Heaven and earth; And in Jesus Christ, His _______ Son,3. Our Lord; Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin ______,4. suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was ______;5. He descended into hell; on the third day He ______ again from the dead;6. He ascended into Heaven and is seated at the _________hand of God, the Father Almighty.7. From thence, He shall come to judge the ______8. and the ______.9. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy ______ Church,10. the communion of Saints, the ______ of sins,11. the resurrection of the body, and life ______. Amen.Sec II. Fill in the Blanks: Choose a word or term from the list below to complete the sentences. Write your answer in the box under each sentence. Please note: Sentences #9 and #16 have two blanks each.To see the entire list, please scroll down.CrossLast SupperChurchHeavenEucharistJesusparticularsoulConsecrationgeneralpriestsExpositionCreedHolypeopleBenedictioncreationSundayResurrection1. The ______ is the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ under the appearances of bread and wine.2. Jesus celebrated the first Mass at the ______ on Holy Thursday.3. When Jesus said to His Apostles, “Do this in memory of me” he started the Sacrament of Holy Orders by making them _______.4. A statement of what we believe about God and His Church is the ______.5. The ______ is when Jesus rose from the dead on the Sunday following His death on the Cross.6. The sacrifice of the Mass is the same sacrifice as the Sacrifice of the ______; the only difference is the way it is offered.7. ______ presides over every Mass in the person of the ordained priest.8. At the Mass, the bread and wine are changed into the Body and Blood of Christ during the words of ______.9. Catholics are obligated to take part in Mass every ______ and ______ Days of Obligation.10. ______ is when Jesus is placed in a monstrance and set out for all to see.11. ______ is when the priest raises the monstrance with Jesus in it and blesses the people.12. The _____ judgment is the judgment by Jesus of each person at the end of their life.13. The _____ judgment takes place at the end of the world when Jesus returns to judge all people, living and dead.14. The resurrection of the body means that our body will be reunited with our _____ by the power of God in order to enter into eternal life, either in reward or punishment.15. Eternal life and happiness with God is called ______.16. The Old Testament contains information on the history of ______ and of God’s chosen _______.17. The New Testament contains the Gospels and writings about the early _____.Sec. III Multiple Choice Select the correct answer for each question / incomplete statement below.1. In order to receive the Eucharist worthily, how often must we believe it is truly Jesus we are receiving?only Christmas and Easterevery timeonly sometimes2. The readings at Mass come from the Old and New Testament found in theCatechismDictionaryBible3. In order to receive the Eucharist worthily, we must be in a state ofpenancegraceconfusion4. In the church, the Holy Eucharist is kept in thealtarambotabernacle5. The temporary state of suffering where souls are made clean and holy so they can go to heaven is calledPurgatoryHeavenHell6. What do we call the sacrifice of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, under the appearances of bread and wine, which is offered by the priest to God to remember, renew, and re-present the Sacrifice of the Cross?PentecostResurrectionMass7. What do we call the eternal suffering of separation from God?HeavenHellPurgatory8. What are the four cardinal virtues?wisdom, fortitude, counsel, justicefaith, counsel, prudence, adorationfortitude, justice, prudence, temperance9. What are the three theological virtues?faith, hope, charityhope, counsel, wisdomcharity, fortitude, justice10. The living and the dead will be judged by Jesus at theThe Agony in the GardenSecond ComingAnnunciation11. In order to receive the Eucharist worthily, we must fast for:twelve hoursthree hoursone hour12. The Resurrection was important because it proved that Jesus issaintGodholy13. The Jewish feast celebrated in remembrance of God rescuing His people from slavery in Egypt isHanukkahYom KippurPassover14. What are the names of the four writers of the Gospels?Bartholomew, Matthew, Luke, ThaddeusIsaiah, Genesis, John, MarkMatthew, Mark, Luke, JohnMark, Andrew, Paul, Jeremiah15. What two sacraments did Jesus institute at the Last Supper?Baptism and ConfirmationMarriage and PenanceEucharist and Holy Orders16. The Church Triumphant is made up ofthe souls in Purgatoryfaithful followers on earthsouls in Heaven (saints)17. The Church Suffering is made up ofthe souls in Purgatoryfaithful followers on earthsouls in Heaven (saints)18. The Church Militant is made up ofthe souls in Purgatoryfaithful followers on earthsouls in Heaven (saints)19. Which of the following are two sacraments of the Church?Adoration, CounselKnowledge, CharityMarriage, Eucharist20. Which of the following are two sacraments of the Church?Baptism, ConfirmationUnderstanding, FortitudeFaith, Wisdom21. Which of the following are two sacraments of the Church?Hope, BlessingHoly Orders, Anointing of the SickAbsolution, Passover22. Which of the following is a sacrament of the Church?SoulGracePenanceSec. IV Short AnswerIn the box below, write the names of 6 of the twelve Apostles chosen by Jesus.Sec. V Bonus Questions:1. What do we call the mystery of the change of the bread and wine into the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus?2. List two of the seven deadly sins.HONOR CODE:As a child of God, I promise that I have not given nor received information on this test.