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Question 1: Every day throughout the year commemorates some saint or some event in the lives of ________ or the Theotokos.
ChristGospelNew TestamentJesus

Question 2: The ________ sets aside certain days and seasons of each year to recall and celebrate various events in the life of Christ.
Pope Gregory IPopeCatholic ChurchPope John Paul II

Question 3: The Holy Thursday evening Mass of the Lord's Supper marks the beginning of the Easter Triduum, which includes Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and ________.
ComputusLiturgical yearEasterJesus

Question 4: The Feast of Saint Elijah the ________ (July 20)
MosesProphetDavidJesus

Question 5: In the 1962 form of the Roman Rite, the last two Sundays in the season of Lent are called the First and Second Sundays in Passiontide, and in all Masses of the last two weeks the ________ is omitted at the Entrance Antiphon.
Glory Be to the FatherNicene CreedApostles' CreedKyrie

Question 6: ________ is the fiftieth and last day of the Easter season.
Good FridayGreat LentPentecostEaster Monday

Question 7: The extent to which feasts and festivals are celebrated also varies between churches; in general, Protestant churches observe far fewer than Catholic and Orthodox, in particular with regard to feasts of the Virgin Mary and the other ________.
SaintChristianityJesusOrthodox Church

Question 8: The Feast of the Holy ________ Michael and Gabriel (November 8)
BibleNew TestamentArchangelUriel

Question 9: Red is used for ________ in this rite (but only for the blessing of the palms in its 1962 form).
Palm SundayEasterEaster MondayGood Friday

Question 10: The Feast of ________ (April 23)
Saint GeorgeSaint BarbaraSaint George and the DragonOrthodox Church







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