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The Most Catholic Countries Quiz

From having Religion as the main school subject , to building a larger Jesus than anywhere else , check what you know! 8 Questions.

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What country has Religious Education as it's main school subject - children have to get cards stamped so the teacher knows they attended Mass , it is building the largest church in the World?

  • Poland
  • Argentina
  • France
  • China

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What country has the most over four hundred churches , while it is only 316 kilometres squared , also most people have a statue of Mary next to their door and on the wall?

  • Norway
  • Malta
  • Algeria
  • Greece

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What country has the centre of Catholics - The Vatican City , it also has lots of famous famous Saints , 96.88% of people in that country are Roman Catholic?

  • France
  • Monaco
  • Montenegro
  • Italy

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This country has 100% Catholics , it has many Churches and has a strong tradition for celebrations?

  • Saint Pierre And Miquelon
  • Romania
  • Saint Lucia
  • Germany

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Which country is in Eastern Asia in the Pacific Ocean , which has over 82 million Catholics while many of it's neighbours follow different Religions?

  • Indonesia
  • Philippines
  • Tonga
  • Japan

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Which country is one of the largest countries in the continent and it is close to the Great Lakes Region where there is a lot of crimes?

  • Democratic Republic Of The Congo
  • United States Of America
  • Mongolia
  • Luxembourg

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This country is in Eastern Europe , most of Roman Catholics are in the Western side to Poland , as many people there speak and many are Polish but what country is this?

  • Belarus
  • Ukraine
  • Lithuania
  • Russia

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What country has the most Catholics?

  • Brazil
  • Poland
  • Italy
  • France