Padre Pio: The True Story Test | Final Test - Easy

C. Bernard Ruffin
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In Chapter 26, when did Padre Pio usually pray the rosary?
(a) After mass.
(b) Between confessions.
(c) After lunch.
(d) Before bedtime.

2. In Chapter 25, what month was the hospital built?
(a) April.
(b) May.
(c) March.
(d) June.

3. In Chapter 26, why did the author say Padre Pio often went to bed at 1:30am?
(a) Because he was speaking with God.
(b) Because he was praying the rosary.
(c) Because he was working at the hospital.
(d) Because he was praying and reading.

4. In 1933, what changed for Padre Pio?
(a) He could give mass publicly.
(b) He could break the host.
(c) He could give last rites.
(d) He could hear confessions from women.

5. In Chapter 29, when Padre Pio healed, who did he give credit to?
(a) No one.
(b) Christ.
(c) God.
(d) Himself.

6. When socialism and fascism were gaining power, what did Padre Pio suggest to the mayor of his town?
(a) Giving the church more power.
(b) Redeveloped schools.
(c) More democratic involvement.
(d) Stricter police control.

7. In "The Agony of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane," what did Padre Pio salvation required?
(a) Devotion.
(b) Suffering.
(c) Attention.
(d) Money.

8. In Chapter 14, why did Padre Pio turn down an examination by Gerardo Agostino Gemelli?
(a) Because he wasn't certified.
(b) Because he wasn't Christian.
(c) He didn't turn the examination down.
(d) Because he didn't have permission.

9. In Chapter 26, when did the author say Padre Pio's day began?
(a) 3:30am.
(b) 5:30am.
(c) 4:30am.
(d) 6:30am.

10. In Chapter 26, what example did the author use to prove how harsh Padre Pio could be with his supporters?
(a) He would shut doors in their faces.
(b) He would send them home without speaking to them.
(c) He would slap them.
(d) He would tell them they were going to hell.

11. In Chapter 24, what did the author say led to Padre Pio's political involvement?
(a) Crime in his neighborhood.
(b) Meeting American soldiers.
(c) Communism.
(d) Reading secular texts.

12. In Chapter 14, how did the author say World War I affected Padre Pio's ministry?
(a) It grew it.
(b) It shrunk it.
(c) It made it illegal.
(d) It strengthened their beliefs.

13. How did Padre Pio supposedly convert Dr. Ricciardi to Christianity?
(a) By turning inanimate objects into food.
(b) By taking part in a bilocation.
(c) By reading his mind.
(d) By healing him on his death bed.

14. In Chapter 13, how did the author say he felt toward reports that Padre Pio was neurotic?
(a) He felt that it the reports were not researched enough to be taken seriously.
(b) He agreed fully.
(c) He felt that it was most likely the truth, but couldn't prove it.
(d) He disagreed fully.

15. Why did Brunatto threaten to publish a book?
(a) To force the ban on Padre Pio to be lifted.
(b) To upset secularists.
(c) He didn't threaten to publish a book.
(d) To get the pope to meet with him.

Short Answer Questions

1. How did Monsignor Pasquale Gagliardi try to start a fight with Padre Pio?

2. In Chapter 29, what did a blind man claim Padre Pio did for him?

3. In Chapter 26, what did Padre Pio do instead of eating dinner?

4. In Chapter 13, how long did the author say Padre Pio's hands bled for?

5. In Chapter 17, what happened to Padre Pio's confessions?

(see the answer keys)

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