Actual Sin - Grade 6-8

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True/False - Committing venial sins is no big deal.

True
False

Which capital sin supports our vocation to love God and neighbor?

Sloth
Lust
Anger
None of the above

Which capital sin might lead us to seek revenge on someone?

Sloth
Greed
Anger
Gluttony

Which capital sin is sorrow over another person's good?

Gluttony
Greed
Pride
Envy

Which capital sin seeks to use another person to satisfy our own disordered desires?

Anger
Lust
Pride
Gluttony

Which capital sin leads us to constantly want more things, even while others don't have enough?

Anger
Greed (Covetousness)
Envy
Sloth

Which capital sin is a laziness that leads us to ignore our responsibilities?

Sloth
Gluttony
Anger
Envy

Which capital sin is an overindulgence in food and drink?

Anger
Pride
Gluttony
Lust

Which capital sin is a disordered love for or an exaltation of ourselves?

Envy
Sloth
Anger
Pride

What are near occasions of sin?

Situations that may tempt us or lead us to sin
Other people's sins
Original Sin
Sins we tried to commit but weren't able to

What can help keep us from committing sin?

Prayer
The Sacraments
Avoiding near occasions of sin
All of the above

Which is not a capital sin?

Pride
Envy
Sorrow
Gluttony

What conditions are necessary for a sin to be mortal?

It must be serious matter
We must know it is serious matter
We must fully consent to doing it
All of the above

What type of sin kills the life of grace in the soul?

Mortal Sin
Immortal Sin
Venial Sin
Prodigal Sin

What is any deliberate thought, word, action, or omission that is forbidden by God called?

Original Sin
Actual Sin
Eternal Sin
Immortal sin

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True/False - Committing venial sins is no big deal.

Which capital sin supports our vocation to love God and neighbor?

Which capital sin might lead us to seek revenge on someone?

Which capital sin is sorrow over another person's good?

Which capital sin seeks to use another person to satisfy our own disordered desires?

Which capital sin leads us to constantly want more things, even while others don't have enough?

Which capital sin is a laziness that leads us to ignore our responsibilities?

Which capital sin is an overindulgence in food and drink?

Which capital sin is a disordered love for or an exaltation of ourselves?

What are near occasions of sin?

What can help keep us from committing sin?

Which is not a capital sin?

What conditions are necessary for a sin to be mortal?

What type of sin kills the life of grace in the soul?

What is any deliberate thought, word, action, or omission that is forbidden by God called?