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Question 1: In Kerala, the southern most state of ________ where the Syrian Christians or Nasranis are in high population observes this day with great reverence.
IndiaResearch and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementLok Sabha

Question 2: The ________ uses the name "Holy Thursday" in its UM Book of Worship,[7] but in other official sources it uses both "Maundy Thursday"[8][9] and "Holy Thursday".
United Methodist ChurchChristianityArminianismMethodism

Question 3: The service concludes with a ________ taking the Blessed Sacrament to the place of reposition.
TransubstantiationAmbroseCatholic ChurchProcession

Question 4: Whenever there is need to consecrate more ________ it will be done on this day by the heads of the various autocephalous churches.

Question 5: These coins, known as ________ or Royal Maundy, are distributed in red and white purses.
Maundy moneyThreepence (British coin)Halfpenny (British pre-decimal coin)Farthing (British coin)

Question 6: Both names are used by other ________ as well, including the Lutheran Church[12][13][14] or the Reformed Church.
BaptistChristianityChristian denominationEcumenism

Question 7: In pre-1970 editions, the ________ envisages this being done ceremonially, to the accompaniment of Psalm 21/22,[35][36] a practice which continues in many Anglican churches.
Summorum PontificumRoman Catholic theologyTridentine MassRoman Missal

Question 8: Maundy Thursday, also known as Holy Thursday, Great and Holy Thursday, and Thursday of Mysteries, is the Christian feast or holy day falling on the Thursday before Easter that commemorates the Last Supper of Jesus Christ with the ________.
GospelApostle (Christian)New TestamentHoly Spirit

Question 9: This is also a state wide declared public holiday by the ________.
ThrissurGovernment of KeralaHistory of KeralaKollam district

Question 10: The service at which this takes place rotates around English and Welsh churches, though in 2008 it took place for the first time in ________ at Armagh Cathedral.
United KingdomIrish peopleScotlandNorthern Ireland


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