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Question 1: Quo primum (1570) Pius V's Apostolic constitution on the ________
Summorum PontificumTridentine MassEucharist in the Catholic ChurchRoman Catholic theology

Question 2: The use of the term constitution comes from Latin constitutio, which referred to any important law issued by the ________, and is retained in church documents because of the inheritance that the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church received from Roman law.
Roman EmperorRoman EmpireWestern Roman EmpireByzantine Empire

Question 3: Munificentissimus Deus (1950) Pius XII's dogmatic constitution on the ________.
Assumption of MaryRoman Catholic MariologyBlessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)Immaculate Conception

Question 4: Pastor Bonus (1988) — John Paul II's rules on the re-organisation of the ________
Roman CuriaPopeCatholic ChurchCatholicism

Question 5: Paenitemini (1966) Paul VI's Apostolic constitution on ________.
Roman Catholic theologyTridentine MassLiturgical coloursFasting and abstinence in the Roman Catholic Church

Question 6: An apostolic constitution (________ constitutio apostolica) is the highest level of decree issued by the Pope.
Old LatinVulgar LatinRoman EmpireLatin

Question 7: ________, (2009) - Benedict XVI's rules for providing for personal ordinariates for Anglicans entering into full communion with the Catholic Church.
AnglicanismContinuing Anglican movementAnglicanorum CoetibusPersonal ordinariate

Question 8: Sacrae Disciplinae Leges (1983) John Paul II's constitution instituting the 1983 ________
Catholic Church hierarchyHistory of the Catholic ChurchCanon law (Catholic Church)Eastern Catholic Churches

Question 9: Ineffabilis Deus (1854) Pius IX's dogmatic constitution on the ________ of Mary.
Blessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)Immaculate ConceptionRoman Catholic MariologyRosary

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