Explore the nature of the Church and what it means by one, holy, catholic and apostolic. Focus on key teachings on the authority of the Church, including the role of the Pope and Vatican II.
What is a creed?
A blessing read by the priest in the Mass
A story about Jesus’ life
A statement of beliefs
What are the four marks of the Church?
One, holy, catholic and apostolic
One, holy, catholic and pentecostal
One, saintly, catholic and apostolic
Who is classed as the ‘head of the Church’?
How does an individual become a member of the Church?
Who can receive salvation according to the Catholic Church?
All people who live a good life
Who is the Pope?
Leader of all Christians
Head of the Church in the UK
Head of the Catholic Church on Earth
What is apostolic succession?
That there were 12 apostles at Pentecost
That the Pope can talk about matters and not be wrong
Continuous succession of popes and bishops since St Peter
How many papal infallible statements have been made?
What is the magisterium?
The magisterium is the name for a group of Popes
The magisterium is the teaching authority of the Church
The magisterium is another name used for the Bible
What is the Second Vatican Council?
The most recent council of the Church that discussed key Church teachings
The annual meeting of Bishops
When the last Pope was elected