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1. As stated in the Catechism of St. John Neumann...

Q. Jesus Who is Jesus Christ?

A. He is the second divine Person, the Son of God, true God and true man at the same time.


2. According to the Catechism of Pope St. Pius X...

Q. Why is the Son of God, made man, called Jesus?

A. The Son of God, made man, is called Jesus, that is to say, Savior, because He has saved us from the eternal death merited by our sins. [Note: This, of course, does not mean that we are guaranteed final perseverance, but that we may achieve salvation through the merits of Christ.]


3. As stated in the Catechism of St. John Neumann...

Q. How did the Son of God become man?

A. The Blessed Virgin Mary conceived Him by the power of the Holy Ghost.


4. The Incarnation is "The assumption of human nature [both body and soul] by the second Person of the Blessed Trinity, God the Son." (Catholic Dictionary)


5. Yes, Jesus assumed a rational, human soul.


6. The Son of God became man to reconcile us to God, to teach us, to be our example, etc. Primarily He came to redeem us and make it possible for us to be with Him forever in heaven. "But when the fullness of time had come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, to ransom those under the law, so that we might receive adoption." (Gal. 4:4-5)


7. As stated in the Catechism of Pope St. Pius X...

Q. To satisfy divine justice, was it necessary that Jesus Christ should be both God and man?

A. Yes; to be able to suffer and die it was necessary that Jesus Christ should be man; while for His sufferings to be of infinite value it was necessary that He should be God.


8. Jesus spoke Aramaic.


9. As stated in the Catechism of Pope St. Pius X...

Q. What did Jesus Christ do while on the Cross?

A. On the Cross Jesus Christ prayed for His enemies; gave His own Most Blessed Mother as a Mother to St. John, and, in his person, to all of us; offered up His death in sacrifice; and satisfied the justice of God for the sins of men.


10. As stated in the Catechism of St. John Neumann...

Q. Where is Jesus Christ now?

A. In heaven at the right hand of God the Father, and on earth in the Blessed Sacrament.


11. As stated in the Catechism of St. John Neumann...

Q. When will Jesus Christ come again?

A. At the end of the world, to judge all men, the good and the wicked.


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