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Question 1: Clement VIII ________ Hyacinth (17 April, 1594), Julian of Cuenca (18 October, 1594), and Raymond of Peñafort (1601).
Pope John Paul IICanonizationPopeCatholic Church

Question 2: Pope Sixtus V named him major penitentiary in January 1586 and in 1588 sent him as legate in ________.

Question 3: In 1597, he established the ________ which was to settle the theological controversy between the Dominican Order and the Jesuits concerning the respective role of efficacious grace and free will.
Congregatio de AuxiliisTomas de LemosJansenismPope Clement VIII

Question 4: Aldobrandini won the gratitude of the ________ by his successful diplomatic efforts in Poland to obtain the release of the imprisoned Archduke Maximilian, the defeated claimant to the Polish throne.
Hohenzollern-SigmaringenHouse of BonaparteHouse of BourbonHouse of Habsburg

Question 5: He was made ________ of S. Pancrazio in 1585 by Pope Gregory XIII.
Cardinal (Catholicism)Catholic Church hierarchyPope John Paul IIPope Benedict XVI

Question 6: He also lent valuable assistance in men and money to the Emperor in his contest with the Turks in ________.

Question 7: After the death of Pope Innocent IX (1591), another stormy conclave ensued, where a determined minority of Italian Cardinals were unwilling to be dictated to by ________.
Philip IV of SpainPhilip II of SpainPhilip III of SpainCharles V, Holy Roman Emperor

Question 8: He placed himself under the direction of the reformer ________, who for thirty years was his confessor.
Pope Paul VJohn Henry NewmanCatholic ChurchPhilip Neri

Question 9: The Synod of Brest was held 1595 in ________, by which a great part of the Ruthenian clergy and people were reunited to Rome.

Question 10: In 1611 and again in 1625 a decree prohibited any discussion of the matter, although it was often uniformally avoided by the publication of commentaries of ________.
Blaise PascalThomas AquinasDuns ScotusImmanuel Kant


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