Sunday, March 13, 2011

Michael Jr. (Age 2) on Transubstantiation, the Hypostatic Union and More

Just in case you can't make it out on the video below, here are the questions and Michael's answers. And yes, I know I repeated one question twice; we got sidetracked by the ABCs (edited out). At the end, you also see Matthew (our one year old) walking around in the background with a birthday hat on, proudly proclaiming the letters of the magnetic alphabet which have been attached to the dish washer ("T!").

1. Q. What is it called at Mass when the bread and the wine turn into the Body and Blood of Jesus?
A. "Transubstantiation".

2. Q. Jesus is fully God and fully man. What is the name of this mystery?
A. "The Hypostatic Union".
3. Q. Who inspired the Bible?
A. "The Holy Spirit".

4. Q. Who is Jesus' mommy?
A. "The Blessed Virgin Mary."

5. Q. What's the name of the pope?
A. "Benedict XVI".

6. Q. Who inspired the Bible?
A. "The Holy Spirit". 

7. Q. What is the source and summit of the Christian life?
A. The Holy Eucharist.


Paul Rodden said...

The tragedy is: he probably understands them better than the average cradle Catholic, too... :-)

Tina said...

Awesome! We love this!

Sister Mary Agnes said...

Love it!

Jim Preisendorfer said...

I would like to see how many of these questions students in a Confirmation class could answer. Their teachers might be very surprised and embarrassed.
God Bless,

Fr. Larry said...

Amazing! The family is the domestic Church and the parents are the first teachers of the faith. Congratulations you win the "Living the Teachings of Vatican II" award.

Unknown said...

He is so cute!! As well as correct, and inspiring, of course- thank you for sharing this!!

Patrick said...

That is awesome!

Anonymous said...

Adorable!!!!!!! =)

Brian said...

The kid with the candle hat stole the show.