Top Catholic Quizzes & Trivia

It is the most widely adopted faith around the world as part of Christianity. Catholicism can be found in countries all over the globe, from South America to small countries in Asia. Hundreds of millions of people are going to a catholic church but how well do you know Catholicism? Are you a catholic or just interested in the catholic faith?

Can you answer the questions that we have included in our catholic quizzes? What was the year when the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church split? When was the term catholic used for the first time in history? In how many groups can we split Christians that consider themselves as Catholics? Show us what you know about the Catholic faith and the Catholic Church, and solve the trivia.

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  • The Church not being able to ordain women to the priesthood is a doctrine of the faith that cannot be changed by the Church.

  • Priestly celibacy is a doctrine of the faith that cannot be changed by the Church.

  • There are 7 holy days of obligation in the United States

  • What is scripture?
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  • The Old Testament tells about Gods relationship with the ____________ people.
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  • The four ___________ are written accounts of the life, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ.
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  • Why does the Catholic Church use the colour red in eccliastical vestments at certain times of the year?
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  • In the liturgical langage and architecture of the Church what does the choir represent?
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  • In the vestments of the Catholic Church, what is a girdle?
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  • What does the term Doctor of the Church mean?
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  • What does the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary mean?
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  • What is the black/red/white vestment worn by altar servers and priests?
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