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Holy Face of Jesus: Quiz


Question 1: In 1843, the first nun, Sister Marie of St Peter, who was a ________ nun in Tours France, reported a vision in which Jesus spoke to her.
FranciscanDominican OrderCarmelitesDiscalced Carmelites

Question 2: The first nun was called Sister Marie of St Peter from ________ France and lived in the 1840s.

Question 3: In his address to this Congregation, ________ referred to such Acts of Reparation as the "unceasing effort to stand beside the endless crosses on which the Son of God continues to be crucified".
Pope Pius XIPope Paul VIPope John Paul IICatholic Church

Question 4: Saint Therese of Lisieux was also a French nun who received the ________ habit in 1889 and later became known by the religious name "St.
CarmelitesDiscalced CarmelitesDominican OrderFranciscan

Question 5: Over 90 years after the first reported visions of Jesus by Sister Marie of St Peter in ________ France, other Holy Face visions were reported in Italy.

Question 6: The image obtained from the Shroud of Turin is associated with a specific medal worn by some Roman Catholics and is also one of the Catholic ________.
Roman Catholic devotions to Jesus ChristPrayer before a CrucifixRosaryCatholic devotions

Question 7: Overview of Devotions
Holy Face
Sacred Heart
Divine Mercy
Holy Name
Acts of Reparation
Holy Wounds
Rosary of Holy Wounds
Stations of the Cross
Precious Blood
Infant of Prague
Catholic ChurchEucharistic adorationMonstranceTransubstantiation

Question 8: Further reported ________ urged Sister Maria Pierina to make a medal with the Holy Face of Jesus.
Blessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)Roman Catholic MariologyMarian apparitionVisions of Jesus and Mary

Question 9: The second nun was called Sister Maria Pierina De Micheli and lived in the 1930s in ________ Italy.
Corbetta, ItalyParabiagoMilanRome

Question 10: It is different from the likeness of Jesus on the ________, although the veil image had earlier been used in devotions.
Shroud of TurinVeil of VeronicaAcheiropoietaSaint Veronica


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