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Your Turn. A Team Trivia Game. 7 th grade, Cycle 2, Week 4 Characteristics of Team Life. Rules. Squads line up in any order they like
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Your Turn A Team Trivia Game 7th grade, Cycle 2, Week 4 Characteristics of Team Life
Rules • 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.
$100 – Jesus Christ 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.
$100 – Becoming a Saint Q: True of False, Anyone can become a saint by their own effort? A: False, holiness is primarily the work of God.
$100 – Charity 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.
$100 – God Q: Name the Three Persons of the Holy Trinity? A: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
$100 – Founders Q: Who founded the Franciscans? A: St. Francis of Assisi.
$100 – Apologetics Q: What Augustinian Priest started the Protestant Reformation? A: Martin Luther.
$200 – Becoming a Saint Q: Who is called to be a saint? A: God calls everyone to be a saint.
$200 – Charity 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.”
$200 – God Q: What does “Christ” mean? A: It means anointed. In a way it signifies that Jesus is prophet, king, and messiah.
$200 – Founders Q: Who founded the Society of Jesus? A: St. Ignatius of Loyola. They are also called the Jesuits.
$200 – Apologetics Q: Where does the bible come from? A: The Bible comes from the Catholic Church.
$200 – Jesus Christ Q: What was Jesus’ first miracle? A: Jesus’ first miracle was changing the water into wine at the wedding at Cana.
$300 – Charity Q: Charity is one of the Theological Virtues, what are the other two? A: Faith and Hope are the other two theological virtues.
$300 – God 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.
$300 – Jesus Christ Q: What did Jesus come to do? A: Jesus came to redeem us from sin; everything he did was part of his redemptive mission.
$300 – Becoming a Saint Q: True or False, Everyone who was a saint has been canonized? A: False, there are many saints who are known to God alone.
$300 – Founders Q: Who founded Monasticism in the Western (Roman) Church? A: St. Benedict founded the first Western monasteries.
$300 – Apologetics Q: How many books do most Protestants remove from the Bible? A: Seven: 1 & 2 Maccabees, Sirach (Eclesiasticus), Tobit, Wisdom, Baruch, and Judith.
Intermission Time to tally the points, we are over half way through.
$400 – Founders Q: What congregation did St. John Bosco found? A: The Salesians or Society of St. Francis de Sales in honour of this saint.
$400 – Apologetics Q: If we act like Jesus, which commandment requires us to honour Mary? A: The 4th: Honour your father and mother; since Mary is Jesus’ mother, he must have honoured her.
$400 – Becoming a Saint Q: True or False, All humans who enter heaven are saints? A: True, the saints are those who enjoy God’s presence.
$400 – Charity 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)
$400 – Jesus Christ 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.
$400 – God Q: What does “Emmanuel” mean? A: God is with us. (See Matthew 1:23)
$400 – Apologetics 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)
$500 – Becoming a Saint 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.
$400 – Founders 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.
$500 – Charity 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.
$500 – Jesus Christ Q: What do we call the centre of Jesus’ moral teaching given at the beginning of Matthew 5? A: The Beatitudes.
$500 – God Q: What does “Paraclete” mean? A: This name for the Holy Spirit means advocate, intercessor, or even attorney.
The End Time to tally the points. The team with the most points wins