Are you smarter than a 2nd grader?  It is amazing the information that we forget over time. Take our quiz to see if you are still as sharp as the day you received First Holy Communion.

We did add a few more challenging questions to keep you on your toes! Good luck! And for all those scholars who think this quiz is too easy, we invite you to try this second, more challenging version here.

Let us know your result in the comments.



Even those who answered all 12 questions correctly can grow in faith and devotion to the Holy Eucharist.

3 Tips To Grow In Your Devotion Of The Holy Eucharist

1. Pray in front of the Blessed Sacrament. “Lord, I believe. Help my unbelief.” Take time to listen and be with Jesus.

2. Don’t miss Mass. Go to Mass as often as you can so that you can receive Jesus in Holy Communion. There are many graces to this gift that will help us continue to grow in faith.

3. Study! Learn more about the Eucharist so that you can grow in love and appreciation for this Sacrament. Here are a few great resources for you…

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