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Congregation of Christian Brothers: Quiz


Question 1: Brother Ambrose Treacy established a very successful presence in Melbourne, Australia in 1868, and in 1875 in ________.
SydneyBrisbanePerth, Western AustraliaDarwin, Northern Territory

Question 2: In May 2009, a report was issued by an independent government commission on ________ commited on thousands of children in residential care institutions run by various religious orders for the Irish state.
Child abuseElder abuseDomestic violenceAdultery

Question 3: ________
Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abusePope John Paul IIRoman Catholic sex abuse cases by countryCatholic sex abuse cases

Question 4: [6] Similarly, a mission to Sydney, ________ in 1842 failed within a couple of years.
United KingdomBarbadosAustraliaCanada

Question 5: At the turn of the eighteenth century, Waterford merchant Edmund Rice considered travelling to Rome to join a religious order, possibly the ________.
FranciscanAugustiniansCatholic religious orderCarmelites

Question 6: Houses were soon opened in ________, Dungarvan, and in 1811, in Cork.
IrelandCarrick-on-SuirCounty TipperaryCounty Kilkenny

Question 7: Eamon McGrotty (former Christian Brother who died in the ________ fighting on the Republican side)[17]
POUMSpanish Civil WarFrancisco FrancoSpanish Civil War, 1936

Question 8: In most of their schools in Ireland Gaelic football and Hurling were encouraged as opposed to other sports and they inflicted physical punishment on boys playing ________.
Olympic GamesAssociation footballRugby unionAssociation football around the world

Question 9: The schools included primary, secondary and technical schools, along with ________ and a school for the deaf.
OrphanageAzerbaijanBelarusUnited States

Question 10: [2] Br Philip Pinto is the current Congregation Leader of the Christian Brothers,[3] and head of its Congregational Leadership Team that is based in ________.

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