Catholic Bible I, Lesson 07. The Sacrifice of Noe

Noe offers sacrifice after the flood.

In this lesson, we continue the study of the life of Noe, after the great flood. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for mastery. Complete the lesson quiz. Lesson When the waters had covered the earth for a hundred and fifty days, God remembered Noe, and sent a warm wind, that by degrees abated the waters. Soon the mountains began to appear, and in the seventh month the Ark rested on the top of Mount Ararat, in Armenia. Noe, eager to learn if the waters had subsided, opened the window of the … Continue

Baltimore Catechism II, Lesson 24. On Baptism

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In this lesson, students preparing for the sacrament of Confirmation get into the details of the sacrament of Baptism. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the Lesson. Complete the Memory Work. Complete the Lesson Exam. Lesson 152 Q. What is Baptism?A. Baptism is a Sacrament which cleanses us from Original Sin, makes us Christians, children of God, and heirs of Heaven. “Christians,” that is, members of the Church of Christ. “Children of God,” that is, adopted children. All men are children of God by their creation, but Christians are children of God, not merely … Continue

Baltimore Catechism I, Lesson 21. On the Sacraments in General

Catholic baptism.

In this lesson, students who are preparing for First Communion are introduced to the Seven Sacraments. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson below, carefully and completely. Complete all memory work. Complete the lesson assessment. Lesson Q. What is a Sacrament?A. A Sacrament is an outward sign instituted by Christ to give grace. Q. How many Sacraments are there?A. There are seven Sacraments: Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Penance, Extreme Unction, Holy Orders, and Matrimony. Q. Whence have the Sacraments the power of giving grace?A. The Sacraments have the power of giving grace from … Continue

What does the Catechism of the Catholic Church teach about War?

With children and friends in the US military, we hear news of possible conflicts deployments. These reports lead to discussions about politics and war, which can be very complicated. Thankfully, as Catholics, we can look to the Church for faithful instruction and guidance. With news of trouble in eastern Europe, what does the Catechism of the Catholic Church teach us about war? 2307 The fifth commandment forbids the intentional destruction of human life. Because of the evils and injustices that accompany all war, the Church insistently urges everyone to prayer and to action so that the divine Goodness may free … Continue

Baltimore Catechism II. On Our Lord’s Passion, Death, Resurrection & Ascension

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In this lesson of Baltimore Catechism II, we study Our Lord’s Passion, Death, Resurrection & Ascension. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the Lesson. Complete the Memory Work. Complete the Lesson Exam. Lesson The Passion, that is, the terrible sufferings of Our Lord, began after the Last Supper, and ended at His death. On Thursday evening, Our Lord sat down for the last time with His dear Apostles. He had been talking, eating, and living with them for over three years; and now He is going to take His last meal with them before … Continue

Baltimore Catechism III, Lesson 04. The Confiteor

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In this lesson, we study the fourth prayer to be learned by students, going deeper into the details than we did in Baltimore Catechism II. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for mastery. Work to memorize the answers to each question. Complete the lesson assessment. Lesson Q. 90. Say the Confiteor and verses after it.A. I confess to Almighty God, to blessed Mary, ever Virgin, to blessed Michael the Archangel, to blessed John the Baptist, to the holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and to all the Saints, that I have sinned exceedingly … Continue

Baltimore Catechism III, Lesson 03. The Apostles’ Creed

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In this lesson, we study the third prayer to be learned by students, going deeper into the details than we did in Baltimore Catechism II. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for mastery. Work to memorize the answers to each question. Complete the lesson assessment. Lesson Q. 49. Say the Apostles’ Creed.A. I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth; and in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified; died, … Continue

Genesis 4. The History of Cain and Abel

The goal of our study in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s Sacred Scripture courses is to learn the literal content of Sacred Scripture. In Genesis 4, we study the history of the sons of Adam, Cain and Abel. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for mastery. Answer the reflection questions to develop your mastery. Complete the lesson assessment. Lesson 4:1. And Adam knew Eve his wife; who conceived and brought forth Cain, saying: I have gotten a man through God. 4:2. And again she brought forth his brother Abel. And Abel was … Continue

Catholic Bible I. The Deluge

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The descendants of Adam were divided into two classes—the good and the bad. To console Adam for the death of Abel, God gave him the pious Seth. Seth’s posterity were known as the children of God, while the descendants of Cain were very wicked. By degrees mankind became corrupt, Noe alone remaining just. God bade Noe build an Ark, for in a hundred years He would destroy by a deluge every living creature on the face of the earth. The following are the dimensions and construction of the Ark : its length, three hundred cubits; its breadth, fifty; and its … Continue