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A Team Trivia Game 7 th grade, Cycle 2, Week 4 Characteristics of Team Life
Squads line up in any order they like On each question, the first person in each squad’s line can put up his hand. If he does, the next person in line gets a chance to answer the question. If he gets it right the squad gains that many points; otherwise the squad looses that many. After each question, the person at the front of the line goes to the back. The questions go up in value, and there are the same six categories each time. The team with the most points after the $500 questions wins.
Q: True of False, Jesus sinned by breaking the law of the Sabbath when he cured a man? A: False, Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath.
Q: True of False, Anyone can become a saint by their own effort? A: False, holiness is primarily the work of God.
Q: True of False, Charity signifies only the money we give to good causes? A: False, charity is much more signifying all the good we do for others.
Q: Name the Three Persons of the Holy Trinity? A: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Q: Who founded the Franciscans? A: St. Francis of Assisi.
Q: What Augustinian Priest started the Protestant Reformation? A: Martin Luther.
Q: Who is called to be a saint? A: God calls everyone to be a saint.
Q: Who should Catholics be charitable to? A: Jesus asks us to be charitable to everyone, “Whatsoever you do to the least of my brothers, that you do unto me.”
Q: What does “Christ” mean? A: It means anointed. In a way it signifies that Jesus is prophet, king, and messiah.
Q: Who founded the Society of Jesus? A: St. Ignatius of Loyola. They are also called the Jesuits.
Q: Where does the bible come from? A: The Bible comes from the Catholic Church.
Q: What was Jesus’ first miracle? A: Jesus’ first miracle was changing the water into wine at the wedding at Cana.
Q: Charity is one of the Theological Virtues, what are the other two? A: Faith and Hope are the other two theological virtues.
Q: True or False, Jesus did not have power to do miracles, they were all done by the Father? A: False, Jesus is God so he has all power in himself.
Q: What did Jesus come to do? A: Jesus came to redeem us from sin; everything he did was part of his redemptive mission.
Q: True or False, Everyone who was a saint has been canonized? A: False, there are many saints who are known to God alone.
Q: Who founded Monasticism in the Western (Roman) Church? A: St. Benedict founded the first Western monasteries.
Q: How many books do most Protestants remove from the Bible? A: Seven: 1 & 2 Maccabees, Sirach (Eclesiasticus), Tobit, Wisdom, Baruch, and Judith.
Time to tally the points, we are over half way through.
Q: What congregation did St. John Bosco found? A: The Salesians or Society of St. Francis de Sales in honour of this saint.
Q: If we act like Jesus, which commandment requires us to honour Mary? A: The 4 th : Honour your father and mother; since Mary is Jesus’ mother, he must have honoured her.
Q: True or False, All humans who enter heaven are saints? A: True, the saints are those who enjoy God’s presence.
Q: What is the commandment of charity Jesus left us at the last supper? A: “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; even as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” (John 13:34-35)
Q: During what Jewish Feast did Jesus give up his life? A: Passover. At this feast a perfect lamb was slaughtered and the blood spread on wooden door beams so that the angel of death would pass over the Jews.
Q: What does “Emmanuel” mean? A: God is with us. (See Matthew 1:23)
Q: What Chapter of St. John speaks clearly of the Eucharist? A: John 6, “unless you eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.” (John 6:53)
Q: True or False, only those who are priests, nuns or otherwise consecrate their life to God can be saints? A: False, Everyone is called to be a saint in the vocation God calls him to.
Q: What male Spanish saint was responsible for the reformation of the Carmelites? A: St. John of the Cross was the male saint responsible for this reform spearheaded by St. Teresa of Avila.
Q: What is the greatest act of charity? A: “Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” (John 15:13) In this sense, Jesus death on the cross is a legitimate answer.
Q: What do we call the centre of Jesus’ moral teaching given at the beginning of Matthew 5? A: The Beatitudes.
Q: What does “Paraclete” mean? A: This name for the Holy Spirit means advocate, intercessor, or even attorney.
Time to tally the points. The team with the most points wins