1. The feast celebrating Jesus’ baptism by Saint John the Baptist takes place after which feast that celebrates the arrival of the gift-giving Magi?
A. Saint Stephen's Day
B. New Year’s Day
D. Immaculate Conception
2. Saint Anthony, also known as Saint Anthony the Abbot and Saint Anthony the Great, is generally considered to be the father of organized Christian ___________, although he himself preferred to live as a hermit, apart from any community, in the deserts of Egypt.
3. The name Agnes is derived from the feminine Greek adjective hagne, meaning chaste or pure. Saint Agnes is often depicted with an animal the name of which in Latin is agnus, similar to Agnes. That animal is a:
4. At the age of five, Saint Thomas Aquinas was placed by his father into the care of the Benedictines of Monte Casino. At the age of 17, he decided to enter the Order of Saint Dominic. Saint Thomas, priest and doctor of the Church, is the patron of students and of: