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. At the end of Chapter 24, who did the author say called on Padre Pio for help?
(a) Protestants.
(b) Famous people.
(c) Sick people.
(d) Women.

2. What happened to Maria during World War II?
(a) She moved back home.
(b) She was arrested.
(c) She became sick.
(d) She disappeared.

3. In Chapter 21, how long did the author say Padre Pio reportedly slept for at night?
(a) Eight hours.
(b) Four hours.
(c) Six hours.
(d) Two hours.

4. How did Pellegrina die?
(a) When a ship sank.
(b) From a disease.
(c) During a bombing.
(d) From old age.

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

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

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

8. In Chapter 16, what did Gagliardi tell the Papal office about Padre Pio?
(a) That he was hated at his friary.
(b) That he was demonic.
(c) That he was stealing.
(d) That he was a reliable source.

9. When did Padre Pio have a doctor attempt to heal his stigmata wounds?
(a) In the 1930s.
(b) In the 1940s.
(c) In the 1920s.
(d) In the 1950s.

10. How did the author support Padre Pio's ability to bilocate in Chapter 28?
(a) He interviews Protestants.
(b) He quotes from Padre Pio's writing.
(c) He reviews accounts of reliable sources.
(d) He doesn't support Padre Pio's ability to bilocate.

11. When Padre Bernardo became Cardinal, how did it affect Padre Pio?
(a) It didn't affect Padre Pio.
(b) He had less money to work with.
(c) He was given more freedom.
(d) He faced more constraints.

12. 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 disagreed fully.
(c) He agreed fully.
(d) He felt that it was most likely the truth, but couldn't prove it.

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

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

15. How did Padre Pio feel about the lines of people who wanted to confess to him in Chapter 26?
(a) He didn't mind except when people cut in line.
(b) He thought they were all wasting their time.
(c) He would force the line to break up every so often.
(d) He loved the line.

Short Answer Questions

1. After the new church was built in Chapter 25, what did Padre Pio begin doing?

2. In Chapter 25, what month was the hospital built?

3. In Chapter 18, what did Padre Pio decide to build?

4. Who did Padre Pio hire as a secretary in Chapter 24?

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

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