Saint Andrew Quiz

How much do you know about the Patron Saint of Scotland?

Quiz

How much do you know about the Patron Saint of Scotland?

1. Saint Andrew was crucified in what country?

  • Italy.
  • Greece.
  • Turkey.
  • Israel.

2. Where was Saint Andrew born?

  • Jerusalem.
  • Rome.
  • Bethlehem.
  • Bethsaida.

3. What town was the first to dedicate a church to Saint Andrew in England?

  • Bedford.
  • Birmingham.
  • Rochester.
  • Gloucester.

4. Saint Andrew was raised in what religion?

  • Christian.
  • Pagan.
  • Islamic.
  • Jewish.

5. What language did Saint Andrew speak?

  • Aramaic.
  • Greek.
  • Latin.
  • Gaelic.

6. Saint Andrew was the first disciple of whom?

  • John the Baptist.
  • Jesus.
  • Saint Peter.
  • Saint Paul.

7. Saint Andrew is the patron saint of what two countries other than Scotland?

  • Greece and Turkey.
  • Germany and Holland.
  • Romania and Russia.
  • Italy and France.

8. What does Andrew's Greek name, Andreas, mean?

  • Brave.
  • Devoted.
  • Messenger.
  • Manly.

9. Which cathedral in Edinburgh holds relics of Saint Andrew today?

  • St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral.
  • Cathedral of St. Andrew.
  • St. Paul's Cathedral.
  • Westminster Abbey.

10. Which King of England created the chivalric Order of Saint Andrew in 1687?

  • Henry VIII.
  • James VII.
  • Edward II.
  • Charles I.

Your Results:

1. Saint Andrew was crucified in what country?
Greece.

2. Where was Saint Andrew born?
Bethsaida.

3. What town was the first to dedicate a church to Saint Andrew in England?
Rochester.

4. Saint Andrew was raised in what religion?
Jewish.

5. What language did Saint Andrew speak?
Aramaic.

6. Saint Andrew was the first disciple of whom?
Jesus.

7. Saint Andrew is the patron saint of what two countries other than Scotland?
Romania and Russia.

8. What does Andrew's Greek name, Andreas, mean?
Manly.

9. Which cathedral in Edinburgh holds relics of Saint Andrew today?
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral.

10. Which King of England created the chivalric Order of Saint Andrew in 1687?
James VII.

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