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The children should be able to identify the rite and effects of the Sacrament of Baptism and define chrism, oil of catechumens, and stewardship.
List of questions about Baptism, for example:
What is the main sign of Baptism? (water)
Describe one way that people are baptized. (immersion in water)
Is there another way to baptize? (water is poured over a person's head)
What does the celebrant say when baptizing? (I baptize you . . .)
Who does the celebrant call on? (Holy Trinity)
What does the person being baptized put on? (white garment)
What does the garment symbolize? (new creation, being clothed in Christ)
A child being baptized is anointed with two oils. True or False. (True)
Name one of the oils. (oil of catechumens)
Where is that oil placed? (chest)
What is the other oil? (chrism)
Where does the celebrant put this oil? (top of head)
What is oil a symbol of? (strength and healing)
You will need to arrange the room to allow the children to move from base to base.
As both pitcher and referee, it is up to you to decide if there will be three outs, or if there will be only one or two outs to allow the opposing team an opportunity to play.
Tailor questions to the group.
If there is a child who struggles with the material, allow the team to be consulted before an answer is given.