US Catholic History Quiz 4 ANSWERS

1. The first American to be named a cardinal, John McCloskey, was the ordinary of which archdiocese? New York

2. A former Bishop of Pittsburgh, this cardinal was Prefect of the Congregation for the Clergy when he was given the red hat in 1969. John Wright

3. He was Cardinal-Archbishop of New York, a former military chaplain, personal friends with Pope Pius XII, and a well-known opponent of Boston's Cardinal Richard Cushing. Francis Spellman

4. Arguably the most prominent American Catholic theologian of the twentieth century, this cardinal was, like Pope Francis, a Jesuit. Avery Dulles

5. In 2007, Daniel DiNardo became the first Cardinal-Archbishop of this archdiocese, a reflection of the tremendous recent growth of Catholicism in Texas. Galveston-Houston

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