CATHOLIC TRIVIA OF THE SAINTS FOR CHILDREN

WEEK 10 APRIL 1st TO APRIL 7th


THE HELP/CLUES ARE NOW IN THIS SECTION, NOT YOUR PAGES

SUNDAY'S QUESTION:  This question is about Saint Silverius.  One unusual thing about Saint Silverius is that he was just a _________ when he was chosen to be the pope.

 
     

LAST SUNDAY'S ANSWER: The last question was a true or false about St. Alexius (Alexis).  It was false.  St. Alexis did live as a poor beggar, but he was not recognized by his parents and all who knew him.

 

 

   

RULES OF THE GAME

To get this started, here are the initial rules/guidelines for this activity.  A trivia question will be posted 3 times a week.  Each participant will get one point for each correct answer.   The participant with the most points will win that week.  In the event of a tie, a drawing will be held to determine the winner.   We ask that the losers pray 1 Our Father and 3 Hail Marys for the winner. 

Any clarifications or additional rules will be posted soon  with the first question.   May God bless all who participate and may this thread lead to an increase in knowledge of and devotion to the many wonderful saints of our Catholic Faith.

 

Please check your pages for the information I post to help you answer the questions. The paragraph(s) with the answer(s) will be bold and/or italic. If you still can't figure it out, or can but need help to understand it, either find me in chat or post a message here in trivia. I want you to know/understand the information about the current saint before going on to the next.

 

Mary, Help of Christians, pray for us.

Saint Dominic, pray for us.

Saint Joan of Arc, pray for us.

Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle.


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Here are the answers to the last questions. St. Valentine was a priest and martyr. He cured the little girl of Asterius, who had been blind for two years.

Today we have a multiple choice question.  This saint has his main feast day on June 29, and shares the day with St. Paul.   He and St. Paul are mentioned together during the Confiteor at Mass.  Jesus told him he was the rock on which He would be build His Church.   He is  a.) St. Matthew    b.) St. Peter  or c.) St. Luke. 

st.peter

st.peter

The last question was about the rock on which Jesus said he would build His Church.  He is St. Peter.

Today's question is about St. Timothy, Bishop of Ephesus and martyr.   His feast day is January 24.  It is a true or false.  Be sure to rewrite it  if it is false.  St. Timothy visited the cities of Asia Minor and Greece with St. Luke, who later wrote two epistles to him.

true

 

true

Congratulations to Dominic, the winner of last weeks trivia contest. Let's all pray 1 Our Father and 3 Hail Marys for him.

The last question was a true or false about St. Timothy.  It is false since it was St. Paul who visited the cities with him and wrote the epistles.

Check your page for information to help you answer these questions. Today's question is about St. Joan of Arc, Patroness of our Crusader site.  Her feast day is May 30.  She is known as the Maid of ______.  Here is the bonus question.  St. Joan of Arc is also patroness of her country,  _______.

At least for now, I am adding this to the rules/guidelines for our trivia.  Please check your pages for the information I post to help you answer the questions. If I don't post, or you need more help. feel free to find me in chat for assistance.

orleans

france

orlens

life

 

orleans and the bonus france with the most blessed virgin

 

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