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Question 1: The church of Saint Andrew in ________ served as pro-cathedral until it was destroyed by a fire in May 1961 and the seat moved to Ayr in 1962.
United KingdomWigtownDumfriesDumfries and Galloway

Question 2: In early 2007 ________ accepted the petition of Right Reverend John Cunningham, the 7th Bishop of Galloway, to move the seat to St Margaret's Church, Ayr.
Pope Benedict XVIPope John Paul IIPope Paul VICatholic Church

Question 3: The modern Bishop of Galloway is the ________ of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Galloway in the Province of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh.
OrdinaryCatholic Church hierarchyBishop (Catholic Church)Pope

Question 4: The Bishop of Galloway, also called the Bishop of Whithorn, was the eccesiastical head of the Diocese of Galloway, said to have been founded by ________ in the mid-5th century.
Saint NinianScottish peopleRoman Catholicism in ScotlandScotland in the High Middle Ages

Question 5: The subsequent ________ bishopric was founded in the late 7th century or early 8th century, and the first known bishop was one Pehthelm, "shield of the Picts".
FrisiansAnglesGermanic peoplesAnglo-Saxons

Question 6: The diocese disappeared during the Scottish Reformation, but was recreated by the Catholic Church in 1878, although now based at ________.
GlasgowAyrFleetwoodTroon

Question 7: 833), no bishop is known until the apparent resurrection of the diocese in the reign of King ________.
Fergus of GallowayMalcolm IV of ScotlandDavid I of ScotlandKingdom of Alba







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