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Quiz: How much do you know about Catholicism?

The Pope is here, time to brush up.

THE POPE IS in Ireland this weekend, so it seems fitting we would test your knowledge of Catholicism.

Which of these is NOT a deadly sin?
Lust
Dishonour

Gluttony
Greed

Sloth
Wrath

Envy
Pride
What is the name given to a sin committed unwittingly?
Venial
Mortal

Deadly
Ignominious
What is the process by which the bread and wine is converted called?
Communion
Confirmation

Excitator
Transubstantiation
Which apostle replaced Judas?
Jude
Alphonsus

Xavier
Matthias
Which of these is NOT a wise man?
Gaspar
Melchior

Barabas
Balthasar
What are the three theological virtues?
Faith, hope and kindness
Faith, compassion and love

Faith, hope and charity
Faith, worship and divinity
Who did Jesus pick to lead the Catholic Church?
Mathew
Peter

Paul
John
How many books are in the New Testament?
7
17

27
37
Brazil has the most Catholics of any country. How many?
40 million
80 million

120 million
160 million
Which prayer begins: "I believe in God, the Father Almighty, creator of heaven and earth."
The Apostles Creed
The Lord's Prayer

The Gospel Acclamation
The Last Rites
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