1 - In medieval times, Christmas lasted for 12 days and finished on Twelfth Night, also called:
2 - From which two of the Gospels does the Nativity story come?
Ans: Matthew and Luke
3 - Which Saint, from a place in modern-day Turkey, is associated with Christmas gifts?
4 - Saint Boniface is said to have used the triangular shape of the Christmas fir tree to symbolise:
Ans: The Trinity
5 - The date of Christmas was set by Pope Julius I, but why did he choose the 25th December?
Ans: To replace a Pagan celebration on that date
6 - In what year did the Puritan ban on Christmas begin in Britain?
7 - The name of Advent, the time of preparation for Christmas, is from a Latin word meaning:
8 - What does the red colour of holly berries symbolise to Christians?
Ans: The blood of Jesus
9 - What does the Bible give as the names of the Magi (also called the Three Wise Men or Three Kings) who visited Jesus?
Ans: They aren't named
10 - What church service is traditionally held on Christmas Eve to welcome Christmas Day?
Ans: Midnight Mass