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That Was Fast
"Many world religions involve fasting: purposefully avoiding all or some food, drink, or other activities."
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There are six days of fasting universally observed in Judaism. What are the two major fast days?
Hanukkah and Purim
Rosh Hashanah and Pesach
Yom Kippur and Tisha B'Av
Sukkot and Shabbat
In the United States as of 1966, what are the two major fast days in Roman Catholicism?
Christmas and Easter
Assumption and Ascention
All Saints and Body and Blood of Christ ("Corpus Christi")
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday
In the United States as of 1966, what is the most that Roman Catholics can eat on a fast day according to Canon Law?
one full meal, two smaller meals, and any drink, including alcohol
bread and water
one small meal, and any non-alcoholic drink
In Islam, fasting is performed from sunrise to sunset for what month?
One of the greatest obligations in the Bahá'í Faith is a month long dawn-to-dusk fast during the month of 'Ala. What is this fast called?
The Thirty-Day Fast
The Nineteen-Day Fast
The Twenty-Eight-Day Fast
The Forty-Day Fast
Is fasting practiced by most Buddhists?
Mormons, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, participate in a fast one day each month. This fast was originally on the first Thursday, but in 1896 was changed to what day?
the third Thursday
the last Friday
the first Monday
the first Sunday
Is fasting practiced by most Hindus?
Fasting is an important part of Eastern Orthodoxy and Greek-Catholicism. Which of the following is NOT a day of fasting?
the Exaltation of the Cross
the day of Theophany
the Beheading of John the Baptist
the eve of Theophany
Is fasting practiced by most Sikhs?
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