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Christianity in Italy: Quiz

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Question 1:
  • ________: 400,000 (0.68%)
    Assemblies of GodIglesia ni CristoIglesia Evangelica Metodista en las Islas FilipinasBaptist Bible Fellowship International

Question 2: In the 20th century, Jehovah's Witnesses, Pentecostalism, non-denominational ________, and Mormonism were the fastest-growing Protestant churches.
ChristianityEcumenismProtestant ReformationEvangelicalism

Question 3: Nested in Rome is the Vatican City, a sovereign city-state and vestige of the much larger former Papal States, which is governed by the Pope, who holds the office of ________.
Pope Benedict XVIHistory of the Catholic ChurchPopeCatholic Church

Question 4: It is the principal ecclesiastical seat of the Holy See ________, the location of the Pope's cathedral.
RomeBasilica di Santa Maria MaggioreSt. Peter's BasilicaBasilica of St. John Lateran

Question 5: While Catholicism is by far the strongest Christian denomination in Italy, and the country has more cardinals than any other country in the world, it is also home to a significant minority of other ________ denominations.
ProtestantismChristianityBaptistEcumenism

Question 6: The Vatican City is the sovereign territory of the ________ (Latin: Sancta Sedes) and the location of the Roman Curia and of the Pope's official residence, the Apostolic Palace.
Catholic ChurchPope John Paul IIHoly SeeSt. Peter's Basilica

Question 7: ________: 53,500,000 (91.1%)
BaptistChristianityEcumenismChristian denomination

Question 8: ________: 100,000 (0.2%)
John ChrysostomEastern Catholic ChurchesEast–West SchismByzantine Rite

Question 9: Others (Disciples of Christ, Reformed, Presbyterians, ________, etc.): 30,000 (0.05%)
AnabaptistRussian MennoniteUnited StatesMennonite

Question 10: Roman Catholicism is the largest Christian Denomination in ________.
FranceRomeSicilyItaly







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