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Question 1: During the expansion of ________ in the early centuries A.D., hundreds of dioceses were created in what is now Turkey, in the Middle East and throughout North Africa.
ChristianityBaptistEcumenismChristian denomination

Question 2: In many of these areas, the presence of the Church diminished or disappeared as a result of schism, or as regions were converted to ________.
Muslim historyIslamMosqueIslamic schools and branches

Question 3: ________ extended the privilege to the sees in which it was customary to have auxiliary bishops.
Pope Pius VPope Pius XPope Benedict XVIPope John Paul II

Question 4: The granting of titular sees is occasionally practised in the ________, for example, to avoid causing offense or confusion when an Orthodox bishop serves a place which is also the see of a non-Orthodox bishop (e.g.
Eastern ChristianityEast–West SchismOrthodox ChurchChristianity

Question 5: This article incorporates text from the public-domain ________ of 1913.
Catholic EncyclopediaCatholic ChurchUnited StatesPope John Paul II

Question 6: For instance, in 1995, Bishop Jacques Gaillot, known for his controversial activism on Catholic-sensitive social and political topics, was transferred from the Diocese of Évreux in France to Partenia, a titular see in ________.

Question 7: An example of an enduring 'in Partibus' bishopric is that of the Bishop of ________.
ChristmasSanta ClausBethlehemJesus

Question 8: After the capture of Bethlehem by ________ in 1187, the bequest of the by then deceased Count was honoured and the Bishop of Bethlehem duly took up residence in the hospital of Panthenor, Clamecy in 1223.
Turan-ShahSaladinShirkuhAyyubid dynasty

Question 9: By definition a bishop is an "overseer" (Greek: επίσκοπος, epískopos; ________ form: episcopus) of a community of the faithful, so when a priest is ordained a bishop the tradition of the Catholic Church is that he be ordained for a specific place.
Roman EmpireVulgar LatinOld LatinLatin

Question 10: Clamecy remained the continuous 'in partibus infidelium' seat of the Bishopric of Bethlehem for almost 600 years, until the ________ in 1789.
National ConventionFrench RevolutionNational Constituent AssemblyFrench Directory


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