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Question 1: ________: This symbolic apron hangs from both front and back; all orders wear it over the habit, but Benedictine nuns also wear it over the belt whereas other orders wear it tied under the belt.
Blessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)ScapularCarmelitesRosary and scapular

Question 2: ________ wear roughly the same vestments as parish priests.
Oratory of Saint Philip NeriCongregation of the Most Holy RedeemerSociety of JesusCongregation of the Mission

Question 3: The habit of the ________ is white (a novice wears a black cloak over the white Carthusian habit).
Catholic religious orderDominican OrderCarthusianDiscalced Carmelites

Question 4: Klobuk (Greek: ; Slavonic: ): The distinctive ________ of Eastern Orthodox monks and nuns is the klobuk, a stiffened hat, something like a fez, only black and with straight sides, covered with a veil.
CapDress codeHeadgearTaqiyah (cap)

Question 5: A religious habit is a distinctive set of garments worn by members of a ________.
MonkChristian monasticismReligious orderCatholic Church

Question 6: Catholic ________ requires only that it be in some way identifiable so that the person may serve as a witness to Gospel values, simple as a mark of detachment from vanity and greed, and becoming.
Natural lawRoman lawCanon lawCanon law (Catholic Church)

Question 7: ________: The nun's rosary of wooden beads and metal links hangs from the belt by small hooks.
Immaculate ConceptionRosaryBlessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)Roman Catholic Mariology

Question 8: For monks and nuns, it symbolizes the vow of ________.
PovertyOverpopulationFaminePoverty reduction

Question 9: The habit is formally bestowed upon monks and nuns at the ceremony known as the ________.
ChristianityCatholic ChurchTonsureBishop

Question 10: ________ in his Post-Apostolic Exhortation Vita consecrata (1996) says concerning the religious habit of consecrated persons:
Pope John Paul IICatholic ChurchPope Pius XIPope Paul VI







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