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How Deep Are Your Irish Catholic Roots?

Though you may think your Irish Catholic roots run deep, you may not know as much as you think you do! Ready to put your knowledge of the Irish Catholic way of life to the test? Let's begin!
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Whats that ring that has those two hands holding a heart with a crown?
Chakra ring
Saint Anthony ring
Claddagh ring

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Who is the apostle of Ireland?
St. Patrick
St. Jude
St. Matthew

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When is St. Patrick's day each year?
The last Monday in March
March 17th
The first Tuesday in Lent

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How long is the Lenten season?
90 days
7 days
40 days

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What's the different between an Irish Catholic and a Roman Catholic?
Irish Catholics live in Ireland.
Irish Catholics are served beer instead of wine.
Irish Catholics don't celebrate Easter.

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What did Saint Patrick drive away from Ireland?
Snakes
Sinners
Locusts

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Fill in the blank: May the _____ rise up to meet you.
Hills
Sun
Road

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What is colcannon made out of?
Potatoes and cabbage
Beef and carrots
Yogurt and potatoes

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Fill in the blank: May all life's passing ______ bring the best to you and yours!
Changes
Moments
Seasons

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Which Irish hymn includes these lyrics: "Naught be all else to me, save that Thou art?"
Guide Me Home
Be Still My Heart
Be Thou My Vision

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Which Irish hymn contains these lyrics: "Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird?"
Ireland, My Home
Morning Has Broken
The Day Is Anew

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Why would you pray to St. Anthony?
When something is lost
When you're feeling ill
When someone has passed

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You might be a proud Irish person, but you don't know much when it comes to the Irish catholic faith or way of life! Worry not, perhaps you've never been interested in that side of your culture. There's no failure in learning today!

B+, Irish Catholic Clever

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Clearly, you pride yourself on both your Irish heritage and your deep well of faith. While many claim to know the Irish Catholic way of life, you actually do! From your basic saints to common hymns, you're as clever as they come!

A+, Irish Catholic Ace

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All of your praying and faithfulness has certainly paid off! From saints and sinners to old school hymns, you know as much about being Irish catholic as one possibly can. It's clear that you hold your heritage and your faith close to your heart.
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1
Whats that ring that has those two hands holding a heart with a crown?
Chakra ring
Saint Anthony ring
Claddagh ring
2
Who is the apostle of Ireland?
St. Patrick
St. Jude
St. Matthew
3
When is St. Patrick's day each year?
The last Monday in March
March 17th
The first Tuesday in Lent
4
How long is the Lenten season?
90 days
7 days
40 days
5
What's the different between an Irish Catholic and a Roman Catholic?
Irish Catholics live in Ireland.
Irish Catholics are served beer instead of wine.
Irish Catholics don't celebrate Easter.
6
What did Saint Patrick drive away from Ireland?
Snakes
Sinners
Locusts
7
Fill in the blank: May the _____ rise up to meet you.
Hills
Sun
Road
8
What is colcannon made out of?
Potatoes and cabbage
Beef and carrots
Yogurt and potatoes
9
Fill in the blank: May all life's passing ______ bring the best to you and yours!
Changes
Moments
Seasons
10
Which Irish hymn includes these lyrics: "Naught be all else to me, save that Thou art?"
Guide Me Home
Be Still My Heart
Be Thou My Vision
11
Which Irish hymn contains these lyrics: "Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird?"
Ireland, My Home
Morning Has Broken
The Day Is Anew
12
Why would you pray to St. Anthony?
When something is lost
When you're feeling ill
When someone has passed

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