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Sparks of Faith Trivia Challenge

Who is the patron saint of air travelers, aviators, astronauts, test takers and weak students?
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Sr. Bertrille, the flying nun
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St. Joseph of Cupertino
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St. Christopher
Which country's flag features a Bible with a small cross above it?
The Dominican Republic
Malta
San Marino
In the year 1223, a deacon, was visiting the town of Grecio to celebrate Christmas. He realized that the chapel of the hermitage would be too small to hold the congregation for Midnight Mass. So he found a niche in the rock near the town square and set up the altar. Then he prepared a manger, and brought hay, and an ox and an ass. This was the first Christmas Manger scene or Créche. Who was this saintly man?
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St Ciaran of Ireland who is also famous for living in the woods with a boar, a wolf, a fox, a badger, a deer and many birds.
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St. Roche who is also known as the patron saint of dogs
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St. Francis of Assisi who was famously known to preach to the animals. He once persuaded a wolf to stop attacking the town’s people of Agobio if they promised to feed the wolf for the rest of his life.
Many miracles are attributed to this saint, including saving her hometown from the army of Frederick II; she also defended her convent by carrying the Ciborium (containing the Sacred Hosts) or Monstrance against an attack by Saracens. Nearing her death, she had visions of the Mass from her bed, hence she was made the patroness of modern television.
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St. Teresa of Avila
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St. Clare of Assisi
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St. Thérèse of Lisieux
Which apostle was the first martyr among the apostles?
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St. Peter
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St. James the Greater
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St. Thomas
"On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, A partridge in a pear tree..." According to a Roman Catholic symbolic interpretation, who does the partridge and the pear tree represent in the carol "The Twelve Days of Christmas"?
Jesus and the Cross
Eve and the Apple Tree
St. Nicholas and the Christmas Tree
According to 2 Maccabees what did the prophet Jeremiah bury in a cave on or near Mount Nebo?
The Hammer of the Maccabees
The Staff of Moses
The Ark of the Covenant containing the 10 Commandments
Which is the biggest Catholic Church in the Western Hemisphere?
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Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington D.C., USA
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St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York, USA
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Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida, Brazil
This person was a renowned actor and playwright, the leader of a popular acting troupe during the reign of Emperor Diocletian. To research for a play mocking the Sacrament of Baptism, he went to a priest pretending to desire baptism and was fully instructed as a catechumen. On performance day the Emperor was present. He played the lead character seeking baptism, and the rite was performed in such a ludicrous manner that all present laughed. As the water was poured over his head by an actor playing the priest’s part, he saw a vision of the heavens opened and the hand of God touching him. He also saw an angel who showed him that his many sins had been washed away through the valid baptism he had just received. At that moment his heart was changed by the Holy Spirit and he believed in the truth of Christianity. At the conclusion of the play he boldly declared his new faith, recounting how he had been a scoffer until that moment. He implored the audience, including the Emperor, to follow Christ. The crowd thought this was all part of the performance cheered him on, but once they understood that it was real, he was seized. The Emperor, furious, subjected him to cruel tortures daily to make him renounce his faith in Christ. He staunchly refused and was killed. The Christians collected his body and buried him with the other martyrs. Who is this saint?
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St. Genesius of Rome
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St. Sebastian
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St. Philip Neri - Apostle of Rome
This famous painting measures 460 cm × 880 cm (180 in × 350 in) and covers an end wall of the dining hall at the monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy. In 1796, French revolutionary anti-clerical troops used the refectory as an armory and stable; they threw stones at the painting and climbed ladders to scratch out the eyes of people in the painting. In 1800, the room was flooded with two feet of water after a heavy rainstorm. The refectory was also used as a prison at one point. During World War II, on 15 August 1943, the refectory was struck by Allied bombing; protective sandbagging prevented the painting from being struck by bomb splinters but it may have been damaged by the vibration. Do you know which painting we are talking about?
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Coronation of the Virgin by Diego Velázquez
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Adoration of the Magi by Leonardo da Vinci
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The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci
Can you guess the place in bible whose Aramaic name means "oil press"? It is located near the Mount of Olives.
Jerusalem
Gethsemane
Jericho
Who comes first in this list? What is special about them?
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  2. St. Linus
  3. St. Anacletus
  4. St. Clement
  5. St. Evaristus
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St. Stephen. This is the list of the first 5 deacons
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St. Stephen. This is the list of the first 5 martyrs
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St. Peter. This is a list of the first 5 popes
The first type of bird Noah sent out of the Ark was a raven. The second type of bird he sent out was a dove. At first the dove came back without anything. What did the dove bring back in its beak when it was sent the second time ?
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A mustard seed
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A fig
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An olive leaf
This prophet's name means 'My God is Yahweh'. God performed many miracles through this prophet, including resurrection (bringing back to life the dead son of a widow) and bringing fire down from the sky to defeat false prophets. Who is he?
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Prophet Jeremiah
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Prophet Elijah
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Prophet Isaiah
In the Gospel of John, seven of the disciples—Peter, Thomas, Nathanael, the sons of Zebedee (James and John), and two others – decided to go fishing one evening after the Resurrection of Jesus, but caught nothing that night. Early the next morning, Jesus (whom they had not recognised) called out to them from the shore: "Friends, haven't you any fish?" When they replied that they had caught none, Jesus responded: "Throw your net on the right side of the boat and you will find some". After doing so they were unable to haul the net in because of the large number of fish that they found had been miraculously caught in the net. How many did they catch?
100
153
500
The book of Daniel tells the story of three young men who defy the mighty King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. They refused to serve the king’s false gods, and they refused to worship the golden statue the king himself had set up. For this they were thrown into a fiery furnace. However God was with them and the fire did not even touch their clothes. Nebuchadnezzar was astonished that the fire did not have any effect on them. He was even more amazed when he saw not three, but a fourth person with them: "Look!" the king said, "I see four men loose, walking in the midst of the fire; and they are not hurt, and the form of the fourth is like the Son of God". What are the names of these three holy young men who loved God so much?
Daniel, Michael and Samuel
Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego
Daniel, Shadrach and Abednego
He was a tentmaker by profession. Seven relatives of this missionary are mentioned in the New Testament. They are Andronicus and Junia, Jason, Sosipater and Lucius. There is also mention of his sister and his nephew who helped him in prison. Once when he was traveling to Rome his boat was shipwrecked on the island of Malta. He survived the wreck but was bitten by poisonous snake while setting up a camp. Everyone thought he would die but he was saved by The Lord. Who are we talking about?
St. Philip
St. Mattias
St. Paul
St. Kateri Tekakwitha was the daughter of a Mohawk chief, she is sometimes called the Lily of the Mohawks. She was baptized in honor of St. Catherine of Siena. What does her name "Tekakwitha" mean?
She who loves cake
She who bumps into things
She who sings well
As a physician himself, he is now the patron saint of doctors and medical persons He died in Boeotica in Greece in around 84AD. He is often shown with an ox or a calf because these are the symbols of sacrifice — the sacrifice Jesus made for all the world. Who is he?
St. Mark
St. Luke
St. John
He was a bishop and doctor of the church. He is called the "Father of Orthodoxy," the "Pillar of the Church" and "Champion of Christ's Divinity." He was the first person to identify the same 27 books of the New Testament that are in use today. By 361 AD he had converted many pagans causing the priests of the idols in Egypt to write to the Emperor Julian. They wrote that if this bishop remained, idolatry would perish in Egypt. The heathen Emperor ordered the bihop's death. The bishop meanwhile had taken a boat up the Nile. When he learned that the royal soldiers were close to overtaking his boat, he had his men turn back to meet the soldiers. The soldiers did not know what the bishop looked like and so as their boat passed him, they asked him if he had seen the 'bishop'. "He is not far, if you speed up you will catch him" answered the saint. The soldiers raced on without realizing who they had just spoken to. Who is this?
St. Anthony of Egypt
St. Athanasius of Alexandria
St. Augustine of Hippo
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