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Question 1: Within each diocese, even if the ________ is celebrated by another bishop, the necessary communion with the Bishop of the diocese is signified by the mention of his name.
EucharistTransubstantiationSacramental breadEucharistic theology

Question 2: The Armenian Catholic Patriarch of Cilicia (________)[22]
Armenian Catholic ChurchCatholic Church by countryMelkite Greek Catholic ChurchPope John Paul II

Question 3: The Major Archbishop of Ernakulam-Angamaly (________)[31]
Francis XavierSyro-Malabar Catholic ChurchSyro-Malankara Catholic ChurchMaronite Church

Question 4: The Pope resides in the Vatican City, an independent state within the city of Rome, set up by the 1929 Lateran Pacts between the ________ and Italy.
St. Peter's BasilicaCatholic ChurchHoly SeePope John Paul II

Question 5: The title of archbishop is held not only by bishops who head metropolitan sees, but also by those who head archdioceses that are not metropolitan sees (most of these are in ________ and the Levant[42]).
EuropeEastern EuropeWestern EuropeBalkans

Question 6: All Metropolitans have the title of ________, and the metropolitan see is referred to as an archdiocese or archeparchy, a title held not only by the 525 metropolitan sees but also by 76 other sees.
Pope John Paul IIBishop (Catholic Church)Catholic Church hierarchyArchbishop

Question 7: The Major Archbishop of Kyiv-Halych (________)[30]
Eastern Catholic ChurchesUkrainian Greek Catholic ChurchPope John Paul IIRuthenian Catholic Church

Question 8: A Personal Prelate, in charge of a group of persons without regard to geography: the only personal prelature existing is that of ________.
Opus DeiControversies about Opus DeiJosemaría EscriváPope John Paul II

Question 9: The diocesan bishop appoints a ________, possibly a vice-chancellor, and notaries to the diocesan chancery.
PresidentFirst MinisterChancellorPremier

Question 10: The body of officials that assist the Pope in governance of the Church as a whole is known as the ________.
CatholicismRoman CuriaRoman Catholic theologyCatholic Church







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