2020-08-31
Do you consider yourself a traditional, conservative, liberal, or progressive Catholic? Or perhaps something else entirely? Take our quiz - which covers issues like Vatican II, Marian devotion, and married priests - to figure out how you relate to the Catholic church.
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I view the church's teachings on sex (the bans on birth control, extramarital relations, and homosexual acts) as:

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As a lay Catholic, my chief responsibilities are:

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In my view, Jesus' Mother, Mary, was:

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When it comes to politics, my Catholic faith influences my voting:

5

I pray for the saints' intercession:

6

I believe in purgatory:

7

I attend Mass and receive communion on First Fridays:

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I go to confession:

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When I pray, it's often:

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When it comes to music during Mass, I prefer:

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How do you think the Mass should be celebrated?

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The primary meaning of the consecration of the Mass is that the bread and wine become:

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As far as I'm concerned, the pope is:

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About ordaining women as priests, I think:

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About priestly celibacy, I think:

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My favorite kind of church design is:

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My opinion of the Second Vatican Council is:

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The church is behind the times:

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I attend Mass:

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I abstain from meat:

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About abortion, I believe:

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When Catholic politicians or holders of public office take a position at variance with church teaching on such issues as abortion, Catholic bishops should:

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On the issue of gay priests, I believe:

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About married Catholics who divorce, the church should:

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My relation to Catholicism can be summed up as follows:

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