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Hijra
flight
Kaaba
square building
Alaric
Leader of the Visigoths
Clovis
Frankish leader
Alamanni
"All men"
Atilla
Scourge of God
Ulphilas
Apostle to the Goths
Exarch
Imperial Representative
Koran
Recitation
Islam
"Submission"
There are four pillars of Islam
False
Monastic vows may be broken under specific circumstances
False
Pope St Gregory the Great is known as the last of the traditional Latin Doctors
True
The holy month of Islam is known as Shahada
False
Ulphilas belonged to a heretical sect
True
The Huns were culturally advanced and civilized people
False
The cenobitical form of monasticism is when people withdraw from common life
False
Pope St Gregory acceptedthe title of Ecumenical Patriarch in the East
False
The Rule of St. Benedict allows for monks to retain personal property.
False
The head of the eastern church is known as the ecumenical patriarch
True
Muslims believe that Mohammed is God's last prophet
True
Muslimsagree with the doctrine of the Incarnation
False
Christians defeated Muslim invaders are the battle of Tours
True
The Muslim faith professes a belief in the sacraments
False
In the year A.D. 624 Mohammed shifted the direction of Muslim prayer from Mecca to Jerusalem
False
Which were the most ruthless of German tribes?
The Vandals
What is the Arabic word for "city of the prophet"
Medina
Who were a nomadic people of unknown ethnic origin?
The Huns
What two parts did the Benedictine Rule divide the day into?
work and prayer
Pope St. ________ the _______ is known as "The servant of the servants of God"
Gregory the Great
What day of the week do Muslims celebrate as their holiest?
Friday
The habitual prayer-in-common for Benedictines is known as ______ _______ or "Work of God"
Opus Deus
The Pope who met Attila in battle was...
Leo the Great
What saint is considered the Apostle of Ireland?
St. Patrick
What year did the fall of Rome occur?
476 A.D.
What vows does the Benedictine rule require?
poverty, chastity, and obedience
What saint is known as the patriarch of western monasticism?
St Benedict
What were the two branches of the Goths?
Visigoths and Ostrogoths
What is the name of the connection between heaven and earth?
axus mundi
Who was St. Benedict's sister?
St. Scholastica