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Question 1: The ________ in 1059 was created to free papal elections from interference by Emperor and nobility.
Roman CuriaVatican CityCollege of CardinalsPope Benedict XVI

Question 2: [115] In China, despite Jesuit efforts to find compromise, the ________ led the Kangxi Emperor to outlaw Christian missions in 1721.
Jesuit China missionsChinese Rites controversyRoman Catholicism in ChinaFrancis Xavier

Question 3: The Church teaches that Christ established a New Covenant with humanity through the institution of the Eucharist at the ________.
JesusLast SupperEasterJudas Iscariot

Question 4: [161] John Paul II canonised many saints and made ________ his personal prelature.
Opus DeiControversies about Opus DeiPope John Paul IIJosemaría Escrivá

Question 5: The ________ initiated in 1962 was described by its advocates as an "opening of the windows".
Pope Benedict XVICatholic ChurchPope John Paul IISecond Vatican Council

Question 6: [129] Although the infallibility of the Church in doctrinal matters had always been a Church dogma, the ________, which convened in 1870, affirmed the doctrine of papal infallibility when exercised under specific conditions.
Second Vatican CouncilFirst Vatican CouncilEcumenical councilCatholic Church

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Pope John Paul II with U.S. President Ronald Reagan.
  Pope Gregory the Great
  Pope John Paul II with U.S. President Ronald Reagan.
  Constantine the Great, mosaic in Hagia Sophia, c. 1000

Question 8: [1] The Church's highest earthly authority in matters of faith, morality, and governance is the ________ who holds supreme authority in concert with the College of Bishops of which he is the head.
Pope Benedict XVIPopePope John Paul IICatholic Church

Question 9: [41] The Council of Ephesus in 431[42] and the ________ in 451 defined the relationship of Christ's divine and human natures, leading to splits with the Nestorians and Monophysites.
History of the Catholic ChurchFirst Council of ConstantinopleFirst Council of NicaeaCouncil of Chalcedon

Question 10: This led directly to the emergence and development of European ________, and its many derivatives.
Music theoryMusical formClassical musicMusical notation

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