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Religion 8th

Chaper 17 Assessment

Who made a historic visit to the Holy Land in March 2000? Pope John Paul II
In 1967, who issued a social justice encyclical called Populorum Progressio, or "On the Development of Peoples." Pope Paul VI
When Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was elected pope in 2005, what name did he take? Benedict XVI
The reign of who, was one of the shortest in Church History-only thirty-three days? Pope John Paul I
T/F- In his 1995 encyclical Evangelium Vitae, or "The Gospel of Life," Pope John Paul II wrote about the sacredness of all human life from conception to natural death. True
T/F-The Catechism of the Catholic Church, published in 1992, was on of Pope Paul VI's greatest accomplishments. False, Pope John Paul II
At World Youth Day 2005 in Cologne, Germany, Pope John Paul II told the young people gathered there that "true revolution consists in simply turning to God". True
In 2000, during the Church's Jubilee Year, Pope Benedict XVI visited Israel. False, Pope John Paul II
Relativism the viewpoint that concepts such as, right and wrong, good and evil, or truth and falsehood are not absolute but change from culture to culture and situation to situation.
What did Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI call on Catholics to do regarding relativism? Stand up for the truth in the face of moral relativism.
Created by: chefgrace03



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