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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
2/24/2017 (7 months ago)
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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
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2/24/2017 (7 months ago)

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strong>Question 1: What was the fate of John the Baptist?

A)    He was beheaded by Herod
B)    He was crucified after Jesus
C)    He disappeared into the desert
D)    He disappeared from history and his fate is a mystery

Answer: John the Baptist was beheaded by Herod.

According to the Bible, Herod ordered the beheading of John the Baptist.

Question 2: In Luke 21, how much did the poor widow deposit into the treasury?

A)    Two small coins
B)    Two silver coins
C)    One gold coin
D)    A loaf of bread

Answer: Two small coins

See Matthew 21:1-4.

Question 3: What did God create on the sixth day?

A)    Living creatures
B)    Man
C)    Woman
D)    All of the above

Answer: All of the above

Explanation: Genesis 1:24-27 says God created the animals, then man and woman on the sixth day.

Question 4: How many beatitudes are there in the Sermon on the Mount?

A)    One
B)    Four
C)    Eight
D)    Twelve

Answer:  Eight

Explanation: See Matthew 5:3-10

Question 5: In Revelations, what is the name of the star which falls to Earth and poisons a third of the air and water?

A)    Wormwood
B)    Nemesis
C)    Satan
D)    Sirius

Answer: Wormwood
Explanation:  See Revelations 8:10-11.


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