Quiz: Can You Actually Pass A 25 Question Advent Quiz?

Are you amazing at Advent trivia?

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 Dec 21, 2018
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Question: 1/25Choose Your Answer:


Each candle on an Advent wreath represents:
1000 years
1 week
1 year

Question: 2/25Choose Your Answer:


What do evergreen branches of the wreath symbolize?
Eternal life
Faith
God's love

Question: 3/25Choose Your Answer:


Which patron saint of children do we celebrate on December 6?
St. Nicholas
St. Peter
St. Anthony

Question: 4/25Choose Your Answer:


Advent started as a fasting holiday.
False
True

Question: 5/25Choose Your Answer:


What kind of candy is usually in an Advent calendar?
Chocolate
Gumdrops
Gummy bears

Question: 6/25Choose Your Answer:


In what country did Advent originate?
Germany
England
France

Question: 7/25Choose Your Answer:


Which of the following is NOT another term for Advent?
Christmas Lent
Epiphany
Nativity Lent

Question: 8/25Choose Your Answer:


Where were Advent calendars first made?
Germany
France
Portugal

Question: 9/25Choose Your Answer:


On what day does Advent begin?
The Sunday nearest Christmas
The Sunday nearest New Year's Day
The Sunday nearest November 30

Question: 10/25Choose Your Answer:


Which of these is NOT sung or recited during Sunday mass in Advent?
Our Father
Apostles Creed
The Serenity Prayer

Question: 11/25Choose Your Answer:


Who is said to have created the first nativity scene?
Joseph of Arimathea
St. John the Baptist
St. Francis of Assisi

Question: 12/25Choose Your Answer:


What does the Pope do on Gaudete Sunday?
Brings his own gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh
Blesses the Wise Men in Nativity Scenes
Blesses the baby Jesus in manger scenes

Question: 13/25Choose Your Answer:


Which is not represented by an Advent candle?
Faith
Peace
Love

Question: 14/25Choose Your Answer:


How many days are represented in an Advent calendar?
36
100
24

Question: 15/25Choose Your Answer:


How many candles are there on an Advent wreath?
2
8
4

Question: 16/25Choose Your Answer:


What is the official color of Advent?
Blue
Purple
Green

Question: 17/25Choose Your Answer:


What does the word "Advent" mean?
Good news
Arrival
God's love

Question: 18/25Choose Your Answer:


What shape is an Advent wreath?
Square
Oval
Circular

Question: 19/25Choose Your Answer:


What color is the "Christ candle" on an Advent wreath?
Gold
White
Yellow

Question: 20/25Choose Your Answer:


What feast marks the beginning of Advent?
Feast of John the Baptist
Feast of St. Andrew
Feast of St. Lucy

Question: 21/25Choose Your Answer:


How many Sundays are included in the traditional Advent celebration?
10
6
4

Question: 22/25Choose Your Answer:


What does the rose or pink candle signify on an advent wreath?
Joy
Love
Peace

Question: 23/25Choose Your Answer:


St. Nicholas (Nikolaus von Myra) lived in what is now ____________ in the 4th century.
Turkey
Greece
Russia

Question: 24/25Choose Your Answer:


In Germany and Austria, Nikolaus brings gifts to children on what date?
December 26
December 6
January 6

Question: 25/25Choose Your Answer:


What Biblical play is most popular at Advent?
The Resurrection
The Nativity
The Crucifiction
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

Advent is rife with traditions throughout the season, some of which are still practiced and some that aren't. If you think you know which are which, this is the place to test your skills! How much do you love Christmas? Do you know the reason for the season? Are you aware of Advent and what it means in regard to the Christmas holiday? Do you know how Advent came to be and from where it originated? If you said "yes" to any of those questions, and you're a Catholic in good standing, you'll be able to answer these tough questions about Advent in this fun but challenging quiz!

You've seen Advent calendars all your life—but do you know why they exist and what country they originate from? Sure, they, tell the story of the Nativity, but they are more recent and rooted in European history. As for Advent itself, it symbolizes the present situation of the church in these "last days," as God's people wait for the return of Christ in glory to consummate his eternal kingdom. If you think you know all there is to know about Advent, then this is the quiz for you!

By playing a Women.com quiz, you will not only enjoy yourself, but you'll flex your mind's muscles too! You're exposing it to new things and while you probably know all the answers here—you ARE a trivia guru, after all—there is a chance you may learn something you DIDN'T know. Wouldn't that be great? And everyone can use a little extra knowledge, don't you think? So, go the distance!