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Question 1: After Margaret Mary's death, on 17 October 1690, the devotion to the Sacred Heart was fostered by the ________ and the subject of controversies within the Church.
Conventual FranciscansCongregation of the Most Holy RedeemerSociety of JesusDominican Order

Question 2: She was canonised by ________ in 1920, and in 1929 her liturgical commemoration was included in the Roman Catholic calendar of saints for celebration on 17 October, the day of her death.
Pope Paul VIPope John Paul IIPope Pius XIPope Benedict XV

Question 3: From early childhood, Margaret was described as showing intense love for the Blessed Sacrament (the ________), and as preferring silence and prayer to childhood play.
EucharistTransubstantiationEucharistic theologySacramental bread

Question 4: This article incorporates text from the article "Alacoque, Marguerite Marie" in the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Public domainCopyrightCopyright infringementIntellectual property

Question 5: In 1969, this date was assigned to a saint of the ________, Saint Ignatius of Antioch, and the memorial of Saint Margaret Mary was moved to the previous day, 16 October.
John the ApostleSaint PeterApostolic AgeEarly Christianity

Question 6: In March 1824, ________ pronounced her Venerable (the first step on the path to canonised sainthood), and on 18 September 1864 Pope Pius IX declared her Blessed.
Pope Alexander VIPope Leo XIIPope Pius VIPope Leo XIII

Question 7: She had ________, which she thought were a normal part of human experience and continued to practise austerity.
Roman Catholic MariologyVisions of Jesus and MaryBlessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)Marian apparition

Question 8: Her ________ body rests under the altar in the chapel at Paray-le-Monial, and many striking blessings have been claimed by pilgrims attracted there from all parts of the world.
IncorruptibilityJosaphat KuntsevychCatholic ChurchOrthodox Church


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