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Question 1: As different denominations of Christianity developed, differing lists of saints began as the same individual may be considered (as an extreme) a saint or doctor by one denomination and a heretic by another, as in the case of ________.
NestorianismOriental OrthodoxyNestorian SchismNestorius

Question 2: As the ________ movement has sought to converge each denominational lectionary into a unified Revised Common Lectionary, Dr.
Christian denominationEcumenismBaptistChristianity

Question 3: ________ added a common formula for Popes.
Pope Pius XIIPope Paul VIPope Benedict XVIPope John Paul II

Question 4: Calendar of Saints (________)
Russian Orthodox ChurchRussian Orthodox Church Outside RussiaOrthodox Church in AmericaAmerican Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese

Question 5: In the ________ the ranking of feasts varies from church to church.
Orthodox ChurchEast–West SchismEastern ChristianityChristianity

Question 6: This ________ system, when combined with major church festivals and movable and immovable feasts, constructs a very human and personalised yet often localized way of organizing the year and identifying dates.
Julian calendarCalendarGregorian calendarIslamic calendar

Question 7: The calendar of saints is a traditional ________ method of organizing a liturgical year by associating each day with one or more saints and referring to the day as that saint's feast day.
BaptistEcumenismChristian denominationChristianity

Question 8: ________
Calendar of saints (Church of England)Calendar of saints (Anglican Church of Australia)Calendar of Saints (Lutheran)Calendar of saints (Episcopal Church in the United States of America)

Question 9: As the number of recognized saints increased during ________ and the first half of the Middle Ages, eventually every day of the year had at least one saint who was commemorated on that date.
Early Middle AgesLate AntiquityByzantine EmpireRoman Empire

Question 10: A broader range of titles was used later, such as: Virgin, Pastor, Bishop, Monk, Priest, Founder, ________, Apostle, Doctor of the Church.
Westminster AbbeyGlastonbury AbbeyChristian monasticismAbbot
















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