Who wants to be a Catholic

"Sacraments of the Church version"
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    Beta Test Version - Extra Lifelines added temporarily
    E-mail me any problems, typos, or errors in the game you find.

This version of Who wants to be a Catholic is based on "The Catechism of the Catholic Church" which is used as the source for all answers to the questions : specifically Part II, Section II.

It is my hope that players, whether they are Catholic or not, will have fun and learn about what Catholics believe. I have tried to insert erroneous answers, that, in some cases, anti-Catholics may promote.

You will receive a different number of Lifelines for each level. If you run out of Lifelines for any level, the game ends. The idea behind it is for practicing Catholics to "have fun" with their faith while learning at the same time. In NO way is this intended to "take the faith lightly or make light of the importance for all mankind to seek out the fullness of Truth, we believe can ONLY be found in Jesus' One Catholic Church.

You will have to get a certain percentage of answers correct without wasting all your lifelines for that level in order to advance to the next level. If you fall short at a certain level, you'll have to do some brushing up, in that specific area of the Catechism. In the future I'll be considering mailing out Certifications to those who have reached a million (1,000,000) grace points, although NO certification from our web site would obviously be acknowledged by Holy Mother Church.

Level 11 is the BONUS level. Here you will be able to gain back previous points lost at prior levels. This is your last chance to obtain enough grace points to reach the goal of a million (1,000,000) grace points.

In this version, you WILL have the opportunity to save your game if you fall short at a given level.

From levels 1 through 10 you can obtain up to a million (1,000,000) grace points. Only when you obtain one million grace points or more will have reached your goal of being a Catholic. Nevertheless if you fall short, but complete all 11 levels, your name and score will be entered into the High Scores Table.

Good Luck and have fun! Answer each question in numeric order. Click your mouse on the radio button for each answer you believe to be correct.
In all cases, choose the answer that is the most correct. Make sure you read each choice carefully, as sometimes one or two words either added or omitted can produce an erroneous answer. Feedback is appreciated.



Who wants to be a Catholic? ....... Everybody!

PC/Browser prerequisites:

  • Javascript must be enabled in your browser in order to play.
  • Due to browser problems with Quicktime and WinAmp, corresponding audio has been temporarily removed in areas although certain graphics in the game are audio-linked like the logos and the one below.

 

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Graphic and Audio Credits:

  • "Who wants to be a Millionaire" Disney Interactive CD-ROM
  • ABC's "Who wants to be a Millionaire" home page.

Technical help and assistance:

  • Monichar, creator of "Gamer's Quiz" on javascript.internet.com
  • Robert Swanson (aka Havik)

On-line Thanks go to:

Level
Test Topic No. of Questions Grace
points per question

Grace points possible

Lifelines
Bonus Mystery
10
10,000
100,000
 10
10
On Christian Funerals
10
1,000
10,000
 1
9
On Sacramentals
20 
1,000
20,000
 4
8
Sacrament of Matrimony
70
2,500
175,000
14
7
Sacrament of Holy Orders
50
2,500
125,000
10
6
Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
30
1,500
45,000
5
Sacrament of the Reconciliation or Confession
60
3,000
180,000
11
4
Sacrament of the Eucharist
70
4,000
280,000
14
3
Sacrament of Confirmation
40
2,000
80,000
9
2
Sacrament of Baptism
30
2,500
75,000
6
1
Sacraments in General
10
1,000
10,000
1
Totals Total: 400   
1,000,000
86

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