Catholic Trivia

Answer to the previous Catholic trivia question: With how many Sacraments is oil used, and which Sacraments are they?

It’s been way too long‒ almost a year in fact‒ since I’ve updated the Catholic trivia question on this blog. 83 votes were received for the previous question. I thought it would be challenging, and indeed at least one vote was received for each of the four options. However, those who have been stopping by this blog know their Catholic facts well: The correct answer, “4- Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Orders, Anointing of the Sick,” was selected 74 times, for 89.16% of the total votes. Good job! Two answers, “2- Baptism, Confirmation” and “4- Confirmation, Eucharist, Marriage, Reconciliation/Penance,” got 4 votes (4.82% of the total) apiece, and one lonely vote (1.2%) was recorded for “3- Reconciliation/Penance, Marriage, Eucharist.”

Talented readers such as I have need a more difficult trivia question, so here we go…

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2012,
Warren

Bonus: In the comments below, identify the Church document-author match for the incorrect answers.

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2 Responses to “Catholic Trivia”

  1. Don February 27, 2011 at 5:00 pm #

    Must oil always used in the sacrament of Holy Orders?

    • Joseph Mercieca July 1, 2013 at 10:56 am #

      Personally, I believe that the laying of the hands (of the bishop) on the head of the one who being ordained, constitutes the essence of the ordination

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