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Omophorion: Quiz


Question 1: In the ________, the omophorion was a broad band of white wool ornamented with crosses and draped loosely over the neck, shoulders, and breast.
Early ChristianityEast–West SchismBiblical canonCrusades

Question 2: In this simplified usage, the great omophorion is not replaced by the small omophorion [3] [4], and is worn by the ________ throughout the entire liturgy.

Question 3: If he is serving the ________ he will wear both the great and the small omophorion at different times over his liturgical vestements.
Divine LiturgyEastern Catholic ChurchesJohn ChrysostomOrthodox Church

Question 4: This article incorporates text from the public-domain ________ of 1913.
United StatesCatholic ChurchPope John Paul IICatholic Encyclopedia

Question 5: At the ________, the rubrics call for the bishop to put on and take off the omophorion numerous times.
Eastern Catholic ChurchesDivine LiturgyOrthodox ChurchJohn Chrysostom

Question 6: By symbolizing the lost sheep that is found and carried on the Good Shepherd's shoulders, it signifies the bishop's pastoral role as the icon of ________.
ChristGospelJesusNew Testament

Question 7: In ________ the omophorion takes a number of different forms:
Orthodox ChurchEthiopian Orthodox Tewahedo ChurchOriental OrthodoxyArmenian Apostolic Church

Question 8: The equivalent vestment in Western Christian usage is the archiepiscopal ________, the use of which is subject to different rubrics and restrictions, while all Orthodox bishops wear the omophorion.
Roman Catholic theologyPalliumFlabellumPapal Mass

Question 9: In the ________ and Eastern Catholic liturgical tradition, the omophorion (Greek:ὠμοφόριον ; Slavonic: омофоръ, omofor) is the distinguishing vestment of a bishop and the symbol of his spiritual and ecclesiastical authority.
Eastern ChristianityOrthodox ChurchEast–West SchismChristianity

Question 10: In later times we meet the same representation on the renowned ivory tablet of Trier, depicting the solemn translation of ________.
JesusOrthodox ChurchRelicSaint Peter


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