Can You Ace An Advent Quiz Designed For Catholic Kids?

by Advent and Christmas, Evangelization, Quizzes

Many of us have been taking part in Advent activities since we were young children. Traditions such as the Advent wreath and Jesse tree bring with them memories of childhood, but do we really know what the meaning is behind them?

Don’t let the season of Advent pass you by without taking a moment to reflect on the joy, sacrifice, and beauty of this important liturgical season.  The more we know and understand our faith traditions, the greater appreciation we have for them.

Take our Advent Quiz!

How Many Of These Advent Questions Can You Get Right? (Quiz)

Created by Common Group on Dec 2, 2015

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Share your results from our Advent Quiz in the comments below.

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