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Rosary Series - Glorious Mysteries

The Rosary Series focuses on the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary and How to Pray the Rosary. This is an opportunity for youth and adults to learn more about their faith. All youths and adults can work on this activity and earn the patch. This activity can be worked on individually or as a group. It is not necessary to send the completed form. Adults can verify the correct answers.

PDF file for Glorious Mysteries Activity

 

Check out the other activities

  1) Joyful Mysteries
  2) Luminous Mysteries
  3) Sorrowful Mysteries
  4) Glorious Mysteries
  5) Pray the Rosary

How to start

  • Answer 5 of 10 of the requirements below for your grade level.
  • Your parent or scout leader will review the answer for correctness.
  • After completing the requirements, a parent or scout leader will complete the Patch Order Form (Word PDF) and mail it along with the applicable fee to the NCCS. The answers to the questions do not need to be forwarded when ordering the patch.

Requirements for 1st through 5th grade (Answer 5 of 10 questions)

  1. Who discovered the tomb was empty?  Matt 28:1
  2. According to St. Matthew, what did the angel tell Mary Magdalene?  Matt 28:5-7 
  3. When do we celebrate the Resurrection?  Mark 16:1-8  
  4. Before Jesus ascended into heaven, what did He command the disciples?  Matt 28:16-20
  5. Before ascending into heaven, what promise did Jesus make to the disciples?  Matt 28:19-20   
  6. What signs showed that the Holy Spirit was present to the apostles in the upper room?  Acts 2:2-4
  7. What miracle of languages occurred on the first Pentecost?  Acts 2:5-13
  8. What is meant by the Assumption?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church #966 and footnote #507)
  9. On what date does the Church celebrate Mary's Assumption into heaven?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church footnote 507consult a Catholic calendar)
  10. The Coronation of Our Lady Queen of Heaven and Earth (also called the Queenship of Mary)  is celebrated one week after the Feast of the Assumption. What date is that?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church #966 and footnote #507)

Requirements for 6th through 12th grade (Answer 5 of 10 questions)

  1. When do we celebrate the Resurrection?  (consult a Catholic calendar)
  2. To whom did Jesus first appear after He had risen? (Mary Magdalene) Matt 28:1-2
  3. According to St. Matthew, what did the angel tell Mary Magdalene?   Matt 28:5-7 
  4. What promise did Jesus make to the apostles before He ascended into heaven?  Matt 28:20
  5. Pentecost is also known as the birthday of the Church. After reading the Bible passages about Pentecost, tell the story of the coming of the Holy Spirit and the birthday of the Church in your own words to someone who does not know the story.  Acts 1:12-14; Acts 2:1-13   
  6. What physical signs indicated the presence of the Holy Spirit on the first Pentecost?  (Acts 2:1-1-3)  
  7. What sacrament confers the gifts of the Holy Spirit?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church #1302-1303)   
  8. What is meant by the Assumption?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church #966 and footnote #507) 
  9. When does the Church celebrate the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary?
      (Catechism of the Catholic Church footnote #507)
  10. The Coronation of Our Lady Queen of Heaven and Earth (also called the Queenship of Mary)  is celebrated one week after the Feast of the Assumption. What date is that?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church #966 and footnote #507)

Requirements for Adults (Answer 5 of 10 questions plus do #11)

  1. When do we celebrate the Resurrection? (consult a Catholic calendar)
  2. According to St. Matthew, what did the angel tell Mary Magdalene?  Matt 28:5-7 
  3. Before ascending into heaven, what promise did Jesus give His disciples? Matt 28:19-20
  4. How many days did Jesus remain on earth before ascending into Heaven?  (Acts 1:3)
  5. Why were the crowds astounded after the disciples had received the Holy Spirit? Acts 2:1-13
  6. What do we celebrate on the Solemnity of Pentecost?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church #726, #1076, #1286-1287)
  7. What does the word "Pentecost" mean, and how many days after Easter is it celebrated?  (dictionary) 
  8. What is the Assumption?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church #966) 
  9. When does the Church celebrate the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary?  (Catechism of the Catholic Church footnote #507)  
  10. Read paragraphs #967 - #971 and be prepared to confidently explain, in your own words, why Catholics honor Mary. Include a scriptural reference in your explanation. Share it with someone else. Luke 1:48-49) (Catechism of the Catholic Church #967-#971)
  11. Mentor one or more young persons to achieve the Glorious Mysteries Patch.