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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
12/7/2017 (6 days ago)
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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
12/7/2017 (6 days ago)

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Question 1: What did John the Baptist eat in the desert?

A) Locusts
B) Cactus
C) Bread
D) Nothing

Answer: Locusts 

Explanation: Matthew 3 explains that John the Baptist wore a garment of camel's hair, and his food was locusts and honey. 

Question 2: To which city was Saul traveling when he encountered Christ?
A) Damascus
B) Jerusalem
C) Tyre
D) Jericho

Answer: A, Damascus

Explanation: Acts chapter 9 tells us that Saul was traveling to Damascus. 

Question 3: Before he was a disciple of Christ, what did Simon Peter (St. Peter) do for a living?

A) Tax collector
B) Shepherd
C) Lawyer
D) Fisherman

Answer: Fisherman.

Explanation: In Matthew 4:18, we see that St. Peter was a fisherman along with his brother Andrew. 

Question 4: Which Gospel was written by a doctor?

A) Matthew
B) Mark
C) Luke
D) John

Answer: C, Luke

Explanation: Luke was a physician.  

Question 5: What is the name of the tax collector who climbed a tree to see Jesus?

A) Simon
B) Saul
C) Matthew
D) Zacchaeus

Answer: D, Zacchaeus

Explanation: Zacchaeus was a tax collector who was short in stature and climbed a tree to see Jesus.  

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