NEW QUESTIONS! Take the Saints Trivia Quiz now! (Answers included)
By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
9/30/2016 (4 months ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
Here are the answers to the Saints Trivia Quiz!
IMPORTANT: If you haven't yet taken the quiz, don't scroll down. Instead, click the button below and complete your quiz. See how you do and let us know in the comments below!
How did you do on your quiz? Tell us what you think in the comments below!
strong>Question 1: What saint clashed with emperor Theodosius I?
Answer: St. Ambrose
Explanation: Saint Ambrose of Milan excommunicated Emperor Theodosius I after the emperor ordered the killing of 7,000 people in the town of Thessalonica.
Question 2: What saint is associated with a â€~breaking wheel?â€
Answer: Saint Catherine of Alexandria
Explanation: Saint Catherine of Alexandria refused to renounce Christ, so she was ordered to death on a breaking wheel. The wheel fell to pieces when she touched it.
Question 3: What saint was a doctor of the Church and a teacher to Saint Thomas Aquinas
Answer: Saint Albert the Great
Explanation: Saint Albert the Great taught Saint Thomas Aquinas. Following the passing of Aquinas, Saint Albert also defended his work.
Question 4: What did Saint Juan Diego offer to prove the Virgin Mary appeared to him?
Explanation: Juan Diego proved his story by opening his tilma what was filled with roses, which did not bloom on the hill during December in his time. The image of Our Lady was also famously printed on his tilma. His uncle was also miraculously cured of his illness, but this was not intended or offered as proof for the bishop.
Question 5: Who was the first Catholic missionary to Japan?
Answer: Saint Francis Xavier
Explanation: Saint Francis Xavier was the first Catholic missionary to Japan. He established a few communities there, but these were oppressed in the years following his departure.
Copyright 2017 - Distributed by THE CALIFORNIA NETWORK
Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for FEBRUARY 2017
Comfort for the Afflicted. That all those who are afflicted, especially the poor, refugees, and marginalized, may find welcome and comfort in our communities.