Type
Crossword
Description

Annual festival on Nisan Passover
Representation of Jesus body Bread
Representation of Jesus blood Wine
Garden where disciples kept watch Gethsemane
Jesus betrayer Judas Iscariot
Jesus hometown Nazareth
Cut off a slave's ear Peter
The High Priest Caiaphas
Roman Governor Pontius Pilate
Where Jesus dies Golgotha
The date of Jesus impalement Nisan 14
A fishing spot for Jesus and disciples Sea of Galilee
When holy spirit was poured out on deciples Pentecost 33 C.E.
An amazing occurrence not explicable by natural laws Miracle
A prominent religious sect of Judaism Sadducees
Strict observers of the law in its smallest detail Pharisees

Passion and Death of Christ Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Supper Jesus celebrated as a Passover meal Last Supper
The memorial of Jesus sacrifice on the Cross Eucharist
The criminal released by Pilate to the crowd, instead of Jesus Barabbas
Means “place of the skull” Golgotha
Means “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews” INRI
The high priest at the time of Jesus’ crucifixion Joseph Caiaphas
Means witness Martyrdom
The man who was pressed into carrying the cross for Jesus Simon
A cruel and ruthless Roman governor of Judea Pontius Pilate
Garden where Jesus prayed in agony and the soldiers came to arrest him Gethsemane
A brutal form of capital punishment used by the Romans that involved nailing Crucifixion
Unfounded prejudice against the Jewish people AntiSemitism
The crime of insulting Hod or Claiming Godlike attributes Blasphemy
The person in charge of the Temple worship High priest
Betrays Jesus with a kiss for 30 pieces of silver Judas
God sent his son to die out of Love
Means God loves us Beloved
Jesus shows the depth of God’s love by his Death and Passion
The first and faithful witness to Jesus Mary
God permitted the suffering and death of zjedus because of his ____ love for humans Immersive

crucifixion Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

caiaphas
crown of thorns
innocent
golgotha
arrested
love
sacrifice
cyrene
tomb
burial
last supper
forgiveness
betrayal
gethsemane
passover
atonement
barrabas
rooster crows
pontius pilate
cross

Season of Lent Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Palm Sunday
Lent
Jesus
Good Friday
Crucifix
Barabbas
Tomb
Resurrection
Peter
Jerusalem
God
Eucharist
Cross
Ash Wednesday
Wine
Last Supper
Pontius Pilate
Pentecost
Mary Magdalene
Judas
INRI
Gethsemane
Easter
Christianity
Apostles

Passion of Christ Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A cruel and ruthless Roman governor of Judea; the one human being most responsible for Jesus' Death Pontius Pilate
Supper Jesus celebrated a Passover meal with the Apostles The Last supper
The crime of insulting God or of claiming Godlike attributes. Crucifixion, a brutal form of capital punishment used by the Romans that involved nailing or tying the extremities to a wooden cross. Blasphemy
Place where Jesus prayed in agony and the soldiers came to arrest him. Garden of Gethsemane
means "place of the skull"; site where Jesus was crucified Golgotha
Pilate would have scoffed at the Sanhedrin's charge of blasphemy so they accuse Jesus of claiming that he said he was the King of the Jews a seditious charge and a capital offense under Roman law Jesus before Pilate
The beatings weaken Jesus so much that a passerby is pressed into carrying the cross. Crucifixion and Death of Jesus
Pilate releases Jesus' body to Joseph of Arimathea Burial of Jesus
Unfounded prejudice against the Jewish people Anti-semitism
A criminal released by Pilate to the crowd, instead of Jesus, as part of a Passover custom. Barabbas
The priest in charge of the Temple worship High priest
Abbreviates the Latin words meaning "Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews". INR
A wealthy disciple of Jesus and a member of the Sanhedrin who did not approve of the council's condemnation of Jesus. Joseph of Arimathea
The high priest at the time of Jesus' crucifixion Joseph Caiaphas
One of the twelve Apostles who betrays Jesus with a kiss for thirty pieces of silver. Judas Iscariot
means "witness". Martyrdom applies to a person who bears witness to the truth of his or her faith even unto death. Martyrdom
A Polish Franciscan priest who voluntarily sacrificed his life passion narratives, The name for the four separate accounts of the Passion of Christ found in the Gospel Maximilian Kolbe
A strict Jewish sect that tried to follow perfectly the requirements of the Mosaic Law. Pharisees
A cruel and ruthless Roman governor of Judea; the one human being most responsible for Jesus' Death. Pontius Pilate
A Jewish sect that denied the resurrection of the dead, the existence of spirits, and the obligation of oral tradition, emphasizing acceptance of the written Law alone. Sadducees

Theology chapter 4 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

“Greek for “emptying,” it refers to Christ having emptied himself by becoming man and taking on human nature” Kenosis
a figure mentioned in the accounts of the Passion of Christ, in which he is an insurrectionary whom Pontius Pilate freed at the Passover feast in Jerusalem, instead of releasing Jesus. Barabbas
the name of the penitent thief (the unrepentant thief is said to have been named Gestas) crucified with Jesus, to whom the promise was made in Luke 23:43 Dismas
sitting together," hence "assembly" or "council") was an assembly of twenty-three to seventy-one men appointed in every city in the Land of Israel. Sanhedrin
the final meal that, in the Gospel accounts, Jesus shared with his Apostles in Jerusalem before his Last supper
is a garden at the foot of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, most famous as the place where Jesus prayed and his disciples slept the night before Jesus' Gethsemane
Calvary is the name of the place, outside of Jerusalem, where Jesus was crucified. The name Calvary means "The Skull". Golgotha
Christ's appearance in radiant glory to three of his disciples Transfiguration
a visible manifestation to humankind of God or a god. Theophany
the route believed to have been taken by Jesus through Jerusalem to Calvary. Via Dolorosa
The Gospel of John refers a number of times to a town called Cana of Galilee. Cana
the room in which the Last Supper was held. Cenacle

TRIAL OF JESUS CHRIST Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

FALSE WITNESSES
CAESAR
BLOOD
INNOCENT
WASHED
BITTERLY
WEPT
THREE
DENIED
PETER
MOCKED
SOLDIERS
CROWN OF THORNS
SPITTING
CRUCIFIXION
JOSEPH
NICODEMUS
BARABBAS
HEROD
GALILEE
ROMAN GOVERNOR
GUILTY
SON OF GOD
BLASPHEMY
HIGH PRIEST
ANNAS
PILATE
CAIAPHAS

Book Of Acts Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Abraham
Aeneas
Ananias
Apostles
Barnabas
Communion
Didache
Dorcas
Fellowship
Gentiles
Holy Spirit
Jerusalem
Jesus Christ
Judas
Judea
Messiah
Nazareth
Pentecost
Prayer
Samaria
Sanhedrin
Sapphira
Theophilus
Theudas

Passion Packet Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Jesus was celebrating ___ at His last meal. Passover
__ plotted to hand Jesus over to the chief priest, scribes, and elders. Judas
His last meal is called the ___. Last Supper
Jesus said Peter would deny Him ___ times before the cock crows Three
During the day, Jesus was taken to the Roman governor ___. PontiusPilate
The crowds waved ___ at Jesus as they shouted and welcomed Him into the city. Palmbranches
Peter, James, and ___ accompany Jesus when he goes to the Garden of Gethsemane to pray to the Father. John
Judas ___ Jesus to identify who Jesus is to the chief priest and elders who have come to arrest Him. Kisses
Jesus' trial before the Sanhedrin was led by the high priest named ___. Caiaphas
___ was following at a distance to see how Jesus' trial played out in front of the Sanhedrin. Peter
___ was the official charge the Sanhedrin accused Jesus of to justify his death. Blasphemy
Pilate accused Jesus of ____. Sedition
Jesus and ___ were the two prisoners Pilats presented to the crowds. Barabbas
Jesus was crucified at ___, which translates to mean Place of the Skull. Golgotha
People who were crucified suffered humiliating deaths caused by ___, loss of blood, shock, and respiratory arrest. Dehydration
All four gospels agree that ___ was there when Jesus died. Mary Magadelene
All four gospels confirm that Mary Magdelene was the ___ person to discover the empty tomb and announce the resurrection. First
___ helped Jesus carry the cross. Simon
Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews. INRI
The ___ is the memorial of Jesus' sacrifice on the cross. Eucharist

Matthew Proper Names Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Joseph is from this place? Arimathaea
The crowd traded Jesus for this prisoner Barabbas
High Priest Caiaphas
Son of God Jesus
Prophet Elias
Jesus went to this location to pray with his disciples Gethsemane
The location where Jesus died on the cross Golgotha
Jewish Nation Israel
Jesus brother Joses
Betrayed Jesus Judas Iscariot
Jesus hometown Nazareth
Denied Jesus 3 times Peter

Passion of Christ Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Why did God the Father permit the suffering and death of Jesus? Immense love
Does God invite us to live eternally with him in heaven? Yes
How do we learn from Jesus about the depth of the Father’s love that helps overcome evil, sin, an death? Jesus Passion and Death
Who is the first and most faithful witness to Jesus? Mary
Mary has many titles, what is the most significant? Mother of God
Judas Iscariot betrays Jesus for 30 pieces of silver. Judas betrayal
Supper Jesus celebrated a Passover meal with the apostles. Last Supper
A criminal released by Pontius Pilate to the crowd, instead of Jesus, as part of a Passover custom Barabbas
A brutal form of capital punishment used by the Romans that involved nailing or tying the extremities to a wooden cross. Crucifixion
Means “place of the skull” Golgotha Word
The priest in charge of the temple worship. High priest
Abbreviates the Latin words meaning “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews” INR
High priest at the time of Jesus’ crucifixion Caiaphas
Applies to a person who bears witness to the truth of his or her faith even unto death. martyrdom
a Polish Franciscan priest who voluntarily sacrificed his life so that another man might live in Auschwitz. Maximillian Kolbe
The name of the 4 separate accounts of the Passion of Christ found in the Gospels. Passion narratives
A strict Jewish sect that tried to follow perfectly the requirements of the Mosaic Law. Pharisees
Cruel and ruthless Roman governor of Judea; most responsible for Jesus’ death. Pontius Pilate
The 71 member supreme legislative and judicial body of the Jewish people. Sanhedrin
Conduct or language inciting rebellion against the authority of the state Sedition