Unit 1 Review Grade 5

KNOW THE FACTS

*The mystery of one God in three persons is known as the Blessed Trinity.

*God created humans to know, love, and serve him and to be happy with him in heaven.

*God made humans in his divine image.

*A Sacrament is a sign given to the church by Christ.

*Through his Paschal Mystery, Jesus saves us from our sins and gives us new life.

*When we participate in the celebration of the Sacraments we are united to Jesus' Pascal Mystery.

*The Our Father is known as the Lord's Prayer.

*We should live the Beatitudes everyday of our lives.

*The Beatitudes teach us how to be happy and how to live good lives.

*The most important Sacramental's are blessings.

*The last book of the Bible is Revelation


7 Sacraments

1. Baptism 2. Reconciliation 3. Eucharist 4. Confirmation 5.Holy Orders 6. Marriage 7. Anointing of the Sick

Three Sacraments of Initiation

  Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation

Know the Prayers

Our Father       Hail Mary     Glory Be     Angel of God     Sign of the Cross        Act of Sorrow      Parts of the Church


Unit 2 Review Sheet


1. Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist are the three Sacraments of Initiation.

2. You can read the central truths of the Catholic church in the Apostles Creed.

3. The Apostles wrote the Apostles Creed

4. At Confirmation we receive a special outpouring of the Holy Spirit that binds us more closely to the Church and Christ.

5. Water, oil, and a white garment is a symbol of Baptism.

6. Chrism is a perfumed oil that has been blessed bu the Bishop.

7. We can find salvation only through Jesus Christ.

8. The Body of Christ is called the church or people of God.

9. Baptism is a Sacrament of Initiation that welcomes us into the Catholic Church and frees us from Original Sin.

10. Be able to write out he 7 Sacraments: (NO ORDER)

Baptism , Reconciliation, Confirmation, Eucharist, Holy Orders, Marriage, Anointing of the sick

11. Know the following Prayers: Parts of the Church, Sign of the Cross, Prayer of Sorrow, Hail Mary, Lord's Prayer


Unit 3 Review

1. Scripture is the written word of God.

2. The Writers of the Bible were inspired by the Holy Spirit

3. God is the Author of the Bible

4. There are four gospel writers.

5.The word Amen means "Yes I believe"

6. Jesus gave us the Lord's prayer and taught us to call Jesus "Our Father"

7. We receive the Body and Blood of Christ at Holy Communion.

8. During the Liturgy of the Eucharist Jesus' Pascal Mystery is made present to us.

9. During the Liturgy of the Word we listen to God's word from the scriptures.

10. 4 Gospel Writers: Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John

11. Seven Sacraments: (NO ORDER)

Baptism, Reconciliation, Holy Orders, Eucharist, Anointing of the Sick, Marriage, Confirmation

11. Prayers- Apostles Creed,       Our Father,        Prayer of Sorrow,    Glory Be,   Hail Mary,   


Unit 4 Review

1. Living together with God in perfect Happiness is called eternal life.

2. In the Sacrament of Reconciliation we receive God's forgiveness for our sins and are reconcilied on the Church

3. The loving kindness that God shows to sinner is called mercy.

4. The first man and woman gave into temptation and disobeyed God.

5. Our ability to judge what is right and what is wrong is called our conscience.

6. A venial sin is a less serious sin that weakens our love for God and others.

7. Because of Original sin Adam and Eve lost their closeness to God and the holiness God had given them.

8. The 3 Sacraments of Initiation are Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist

9. 7 Sacraments: Baptism, Reconciliation, Holy Orders, Eucharist, Anointing of the Sick, Marriage, Confirmation

10. The Trinity is a mystery of our faith in which there is one God in three persons the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

11. Know the Prayers: Hail Mary, Sign of the Cross, Glory be, Apostles Creed, Angel of God

12. Know the first three Commandments:

1. I am the Lord your God you shall not have any other God's

2. DO not take the name of the Lord your God's name in vain.

3.  Remember to keep Holy the Sabbath day.


Final Test Review

Fifth Grade


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