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Question 1: [9] Among the more counter-intuitive inclusions was the Libri Carolini, a theological work from the 9th century court of ________, which had only survived in a manuscript in the Vatican Library, before being printed in the 16th century.
Lothair ICharlemagneLouis the PiousAlboin

Question 2: [12] By this document and its promulgation under ________, the Index was formally abolished and lost its legal force.
Pope Pius XIPope John Paul IICatholic ChurchPope Paul VI

Question 3: ________'s works were notably never included,[32] although a number of works that reconciled evolutionary theory and Catholic theology in ways unacceptable to the Church were included.
Charles Darwin's educationNatural selectionCharles Darwin's religious viewsCharles Darwin

Question 4: That some atheists, such as Schopenhauer and ________, were not included was due to the general (Tridentine) rule that heretical works (i.e., works that contradict Catholic dogma) are ipso facto forbidden.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelFriedrich NietzscheImmanuel KantExistentialism

Question 5: [3] ________, who was on the Index, has since been declared a saint.
Pope John Paul IIDivine MercyCatholic ChurchMary Faustina Kowalska

Question 6: The first list of the kind was not published in Rome, but in Roman Catholic ________ (1529).
GermanyGreecePolandNetherlands

Question 7: From Quebec to ________ it was, for many years, very difficult to find copies of banned works, especially outside of major cities.
HungaryGermanyGreecePoland

Question 8: The Index Librorum Prohibitorum ("List of Prohibited Books") was a list of publications prohibited by the ________.
PopePope John Paul IICatholic ChurchPope Gregory I

Question 9: The legion wielded significant influence over Hollywood studios and in 2001 was incorporated into the ________.
Catholic Church by countryNational Catholic War CouncilNational Catholic Welfare CouncilUnited States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Question 10: ________, whose works were on the Index, now has a monument in Rome at the place where he was burned alive at the stake.
Gottfried LeibnizGalileo GalileiGiordano BrunoNicolaus Copernicus
















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