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Question 1: Antonio Ghislieri was born at Bosco in the Duchy of Milan (now Bosco Marengo in the province of Alessandria, Piedmont), ________.
ItalyFranceSicilyRome

Question 2: He is chiefly notable for his role in the ________, the Counter-Reformation, and the standardisation of the liturgy.
First Council of NicaeaCouncil of TrentCatholic ChurchCouncil of Chalcedon

Question 3: At the age of fourteen he entered the Dominican Order, taking the name Michele, passing from the monastery of Voghera to that of Vigevano, and thence to ________.
RomeFlorenceGenoaBologna

Question 4: He was succeeded by ________ (1572–85).
Pope John Paul IIPope Gregory XIIIPope Leo XPope Benedict XVI

Question 5: As prior of more than one Dominican priory during a time of great moral laxity, he insisted on discipline, and, in accordance with his own wishes, he was appointed inquisitor at ________.
ComoDongo (CO)CernobbioBellagio

Question 6: Ordained priest at ________ in 1528, he was sent by his order to Pavia, where he lectured for sixteen years.
ItalyFlorenceRomeGenoa

Question 7: In 1696, the process of Pius's ________ was started through the efforts of the Master of the Order of Preachers, Antonin Cloche.
CanonizationCatholic ChurchPope John Paul IIPope

Question 8: In the following year, 1713, his feast day was inserted in the General Roman Calendar, for celebration on May 5, with the rank of "Double", the equivalent of "Third-Class Feast" in the ________, and of its present rank of "Memorial".
General Roman Calendar of 1962General Roman Calendar of 1954Tridentine CalendarRoman Catholic calendar of saints

Question 9: He also immediately commissioned a representative tomb from the sculptor Pierre Le Gros the Younger to be erected in the Sistine Chapel of the ________.
RomeColosseumBasilica di Santa Maria MaggioreSt. Peter's Basilica

Question 10: St Pius V was beatified by ________ in the year 1672, and was later canonized by Pope Clement XI (1700–1721) on May 24, 1712.
Pope Innocent XIPope Clement XPope Pius IXPope John Paul II







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