First Reconciliation Online Review

Directions:
Read each question with your child and select the appropriate answer. After you have answered all of the questions, click on Submit at the bottom of the screen.

Chapter 1 - Jesus is Always with Us

1. The new life with God that we receive in Baptism is ________ by our sins or even ____________ if it is a big sin. *
2. We ___________ our sins and are ____________ by God in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. *

Chapter 2 - We Trust in God's Mercy

3. God is ________, and he always forgives us when we are truly sorry for our sins. *
4. In the Sacrament of Reconciliation, we confess our sins to the priest. He can ___________________. *

Chapter 3 - We Follow Jesus' Message of Love

5. In the most important commandment - how does Jesus tell us to love God? *
6. We learn about how God wants us to love ________________. *

Chapter 4 -We Follow the Ten Commandments

7. The first three commandments teach us how to love God. What do the next seven commandments teach us? *
8. In the Sacrament of Reconciliation, we confess _________ but not ____________. *
9. God gave us rules ___________________. *

Chapter 5 - We Ask for Forgiveness

10. A mortal sin is __________; We ___________ confess mortal sins. *
11. A venial sin is ______________ ; We _______________ confess venial sins. *
12. _____________ means having true sorrow for our sins. *

Chapter 6 - Jesus Loves and Cares for Us

13. The priest is God's _____________ and forgives us ________________. *
14. We express our sorrow for having sinned by praying ___________ during the Sacrament of Reconciliation. *

Chapter 7 - Jesus Helps Us Always

15. The story of Jesus calming the storm at sea reminds us that Jesus is the Son of God who ______________. *
16. ______________ is the forgiveness of our sins, through the words and actions of the priest . *

Chapter 8 - The Holy Spirit Teaches Us

17. The ___________ helps us examine our conscience and recall our sins. *
18. _____________________ helps us to think over what we have done since our last confession. It helps us remember any sins we have committed.  *