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Only Those Who Went To Catholic School Will Earn A 100% On This Test!

That's right, only individuals who went to Catholic school will be able to pass this test with flying colors! Think you've got what it takes? Embark on these 12 questions and find out how much you really know!
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The Friday before Easter is known as....
Ash Friday
Good Friday
Black Friday

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How many sacraments are there?
7
5
3

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What exactly is Lent?
The 40 days of fasting before Easter
The day when Jesus was resurrected
The day Mary gave birth

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The 3:00 prayer you recited every day in school was the....
Prayer to the Holy Spirit
Prayer to the Holy Mother
Prayer to the Divine Mercy

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How many times did Jesus fall carrying the cross?
4 times
3 times
2 times

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When preparing for confirmation, you got excited to pick out what?
A confirmation name
A confirmation prayer
A confirmation bible

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Who gives the homily?
The alter boys
The presiding priest
The cantor

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The Feast of the Immaculate Conception falls on which day every year?
December 25th
December 31st
December 8th

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What prayer do you have to recite in Confession?
The Lord's Prayer
The Apostles Creed
The Act of Contrition

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Finish this line: Hail Mary full of Grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed are though among women and blessed is the....
Son of God Jesus
Fruit of thy womb, Jesus
Father, Son, Holy Spirit

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Complete the sentence: "I believe in one, holy, Catholic, and ____ Church."
Devout
Just
Apostolic

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Who was the first Pope?
James
Peter
John

C+, Catholic Quiz Flop

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According to this quiz, you did not attend Catholic school! While you may know a bit about the Catholic faith, you're not well versed in the prayers, practices, or rituals of this religion. Better luck next time!

B+, Catholic School Clever

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According to this quiz, you probably attended Catholic school! You know the Catholic religion like only someone who is entwined in the faith really can. From the act of confession to the many prayers recited daily, you know Catholicism well!

A+, Catholic School Expert

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According to this quiz, you are a true Catholic school expert! It's obvious that you spent some time in Catholic school, because you know this religion like only someone who has been devout for many years can. You're pretty much a Catholic faith expert. Go you!
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1
The Friday before Easter is known as....
Ash Friday
Good Friday
Black Friday
2
How many sacraments are there?
7
5
3
3
What exactly is Lent?
The 40 days of fasting before Easter
The day when Jesus was resurrected
The day Mary gave birth
4
The 3:00 prayer you recited every day in school was the....
Prayer to the Holy Spirit
Prayer to the Holy Mother
Prayer to the Divine Mercy
5
How many times did Jesus fall carrying the cross?
4 times
3 times
2 times
6
When preparing for confirmation, you got excited to pick out what?
A confirmation name
A confirmation prayer
A confirmation bible
7
Who gives the homily?
The alter boys
The presiding priest
The cantor
8
The Feast of the Immaculate Conception falls on which day every year?
December 25th
December 31st
December 8th
9
What prayer do you have to recite in Confession?
The Lord's Prayer
The Apostles Creed
The Act of Contrition
10
Finish this line: Hail Mary full of Grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed are though among women and blessed is the....
Son of God Jesus
Fruit of thy womb, Jesus
Father, Son, Holy Spirit
11
Complete the sentence: "I believe in one, holy, Catholic, and ____ Church."
Devout
Just
Apostolic
12
Who was the first Pope?
James
Peter
John

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