Due to the overwhelming response from the first Eucharist quiz and the number of people who claimed that it was “too easy”, we have decided to publish a Eucharist Challenge.  We underestimated the knowledge of the average Catholic Link reader.

We promise this one will stretch you a bit more and maybe even teach you something new.   Be sure to take our Challenge, but don’t let it end there.  With your results tag your priest, youth minister or friend and challenge them to beat or match your score.  We think this is a much better alternative to the Charlie Challenge. Join us in the #EucharistChallenge.

Eucharist Quiz: Advanced Version

“To speak of the Blessed Sacrament is to speak of what is most sacred. How often, when we are in a state of distress, those to whom we look for help leave us; or what is worse, add to our affliction by heaping fresh troubles upon us. He is ever there waiting to help us.”

                       – St. Euphrasia Pelletier, Foundress of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd

Well, how did you do? Leave your results down below in the comments and let us know what you thought of the quiz!

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