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Salve Regina: Quiz

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Question 1: In the 18th century, the Salve Regina became a key focus of the classic ________ book The Glories of Mary by Saint Alphonsus Liguori.
Hugo RahnerImmaculate ConceptionBlessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)Roman Catholic Mariology

Question 2: In the vernacular as a prayer to the Virgin Mary, the Hail Holy Queen is the final prayer of the ________.
Blessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic)Roman Catholic MariologyRosaryImmaculate Conception

Question 3: (in the version used by Catholics in the United Kingdom and in the ________ version, the wording "mourning and weeping in this vale of tears" is used in the 5th line)
AnglicanismEcumenical councilCatholicismEpiscopal Church (United States)

Question 4: The ________ has a more modern translation:
National Catholic Welfare CouncilNational Catholic War CouncilCatholic Church by countryUnited States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Question 5: The "Salve Regina" is one of four Marian antiphons sung at different seasons within the ________ liturgical calendar of the Roman Catholic Church.
ChristianityBaptismJesusChristian

Question 6: The movie ________ featured lyrics in English and Latin along these lines.
Three Men and a Little LadyDirty DancingChances Are (film)Sister Act

Question 7: Liturgically, it is one of four prescribed Marian anthems recited after the office of ________, and, in some uses, after Lauds or other Hours.
VespersComplinePrime (liturgy)Matins

Question 8: The Salve Regina is sung in the time from Trinity Sunday until the Saturday before the first Sunday of ________.
JesusChristmastideAdventEpiphany (holiday)

Question 9: Alphonsus, a ________, discusses the Salve Regina in detail and based on it explains how God gave Mary to mankind as the "Gate of Heaven".
East–West SchismDoctor of the ChurchTimeline of ChristianityHistory of the Catholic Church

Question 10: The work was composed during the Middle Ages most probably by a German monk Hermann of Reichenau and originally appeared in ________, the prevalent language of Western Christianity until modern times.
LatinVulgar LatinRoman EmpireOld Latin







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