We Profess Our Faith
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Jesus commissioned _____ to go out into the world and teach the people all that he had taught them.
With the help of _____, the Apostles and other disciples of Jesus proclaimed the Good News of salvation.
the Blessed Mother,
the Holy Spirit
A statement of beliefs is called a _____.
The _____ contains the central truths of the Catholic faith.
The central mystery of the Christian faith and of Christian life is the _____.
St. Ambrose called the Apostles' Creed the treasure of our _____.
When we pray the Apostles' Creed, we unite ourselves with _____ and all the members of _____.
the Blessed Trinity, the Body of Christ
our community, our family
the parish, the world
Jesus, the Church
Saint Patrick is the patron saint of _____.
New York City
St. Patrick used a _____ to teach people about the Blessed Trinity.
Jesus told his Apostles to 'Go and make _____ of all nations.'
We pray the Apostles' Creed because it is the true summary of the _____ beliefs.
When we profess the Apostles' Creed, we are professing our _____.
God the Father, God the _____, and God the Holy Spirit are the divine persons in the Blessed Trinity.
When we say the Apostles' Creed, we agree to our beliefs as _____.
followers of the Pope
When we say the 'Apostles' Creed' we are agreeing to our beliefs as Christians and are promising to _____ by them.
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