CHRISTMAS QUIZ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Merry Christmas! At Pub Quiz Hut, Christmas quiz is always good to read. We also added Christmas quiz along with other quizzes on our website, when I was unable to search some Christmas quiz questions to read online. Over the years, we’ve added to our collections of Christmas quizzes and find below the most amazing quizzes.

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Which Christmas film begins with David (played by Hugh Grant) commenting that whenever he feels gloomy about the world he thinks about the arrivals terminal at Heathrow Airport?

  • Love Actually

Bill Murray plays successful TV executive Frank Cross in which modern take on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”?

  • Scrooged

Joe Pesci stars as ‘Harry’ and Daniel Stern is ‘Marv’ in which 1990 Christmas comedy caper produced by John Hughes?

  • Home Alone

Who saw the star in the east?

  1.  Pastor
  2. Maria and Jose
  3. Three Kings
  4. Some magicians

Mary and Joseph were married when Jesus was born.

  1.  True
  2. False. They were with paperwork from the court.

Where do we find the Christmas story to verify all these questions that have been asked?

  1.  In the Gospels (Matthew and Luke)
  2.  In the Old Testament
  3.  In the stories of the grandmother.
  4.  On cable TV.

When Joseph and Mary found out that she was pregnant with the baby Jesus, what happened?

  1.  They married.
  2.  Jose wanted to break the engagement. (It would be more)
  3.  Maria left town for three months.
  4.  An angel told them to go to Bethlehem.
  5.  Both A and B.
  6.  Both B and C.

How did José and María travel to Bethlehem?

  1.  Camel
  2.  It is not known.
  3.  Jose walked and Maria traveled on a donkey.
  4.  In a six hundred.
  5.  Walking
  6.  Donkey

What is a Heavenly Host?

  1.  The angel who is at the gate of heaven.
  2.  The angel who invites people to go to heaven.
  3.  The angel who serves refreshments in heaven.
  4.  An angelic choir.
  5.  A heavenly army.
  6.  None of the above.

How many wise men came to see Jesus?

  1.  Three
  2.  Two
  3.  None
  4.  Not know

The child Jesus wept:

  1.  When the doctor patted him.
  2.  When the drum boy started beating his drum.
  3.  Just like when other babies cry.
  4.  He never cried.

Joseph took Baby Jesus to Egypt

  1.  To show you the pyramids.
  2.  To teach him the wisdom of the pharaohs.
  3.  To put it in a basket and let it float on the river.
  4.  Because he had a dream about this.
  5.  To pay less taxes. (it was a tax haven)

The magi stopped in Jerusalem:

  1.  To inform Herod about Jesus.
  2.  To find out where Jesus was.
  3.  To ask about the star they had seen.
  4.  For fuel for motorcycles.
  5.  To buy gifts for the baby Jesus. Probably in Carrefour.

What is incense?

  1.  A precious metal.
  2.  A beautiful manufacture.
  3.  A lovely perfume.
  4.  A monster.
  5.  None of the above.

What did the angels sing?

  1.  “Joy to the world, the Lord has come”
  2.  “Hallelujah”
  3.  “A child is born to us, a child is given to us”
  4.  “Glory to God in the highest”
  5.  “Glory to the newborn King”
  6.  “My Sweet Lord

What does the word “Magi” mean?

  1.  Educated class men.
  2.  Kings of the East.
  3.  Students of the stars.
  4.  Smart people to follow the star.
  5.  Wise

A “Manger” is:

  1.  A stable for pets.
  2.  Warehouse for hay.
  3.  A trough.
  4.  A barn.

Maria and Jose were already married when Maria got pregnant

  1.  True
  2.  False

Mary was a virgin when she gave birth to Jesus.

  1.  True
  2.  False

The wise men found Jesus in:

  1.  A manger.
  2.  A stable.
  3.  A cave.
  4.  In the Meson de Grego (Quintana)

Jose was a native of:

  1.  Bele
  2. None of the above.
  3.  Jerusalem
  4.  Nazareth
  5.  Egypt

How many angels announced to the shepherds?

  1.  One
  2.  Three
  3.  A crowd
  4.  None of the above

What is myrrh?

  1.  An easily moldable metal.
  2.  A spice used to bury people.
  3.  An aftershave lotion.
  4.  A refreshing drink.
  5.  None of the above

There was snow the first Christmas:

  1.  Only in Bethlehem.
  2.  Especially Israel.
  3.  Nowhere in Israel.
  4.  somewhere in Israel. Maybe on Mount Hermon.
  5.  Mary and Joseph dreamed that there was snow

Christmas has always been celebrated on December 25

  1.  True. When else!
  2.  False. Before the fourth century other dates were accepted.

Who told Joseph and Mary to go to Bethlehem?

  1.  The Angel.
  2.  Maria’s mother. (mothers know everything)
  3.  Herod. That was very bad.
  4.  Caesar Augustus. I command everyone to register.
  5.  Nobody told them.

What animals does the Bible say were present when Jesus was born?

  1.  Cows, Sheep, Goats
  2.  Cows, Donkeys, Sheep
  3.  Sheep and goats only
  4.  Various barn animals.
  5.  Lions, Tigers, Elephants.
  6.  None of the above.

What sign did the angels tell you to look for the shepherds?

  1.  “This Way to the Child Jesus.”
  2.  A star over Bethlehem.
  3.  A child who will not cry.
  4.  A house with a Christmas tree
  5.  A baby in a stable.
  6.  None of the above.

Jesus was born in:

  1.  Barn
  2.  A manger.
  3.  A cave.
  4.  A barn.
  5.  Not known

What did the innkeeper say to Maria and Jose?

  1.  “There is no room in the inn”
  2. ” I have a stable you can use “
  3. Come back after Christmas and there will be rooms available. “
  4. The two things said in A and B.
  5.  Nothing is said in the Bible about this

Which 1993 Christmas film follows the misadventures of Jack Skellington, Halloweentown’s pumpkin king?

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Why was Jesus born in Bethlehem?

  1. Because that was what the prophets had announced.
  2. Because Jose, his putative father, had to be registered in his native land.
  3. The previous two.

What does the name Jesus (Greek form of the Hebrew name Joshua) mean?

  1. The Lord saves.
  2. The Lord is with you.
  3. The Lord of the rings.

Which of these kings ordered the slaughter of children under 2 years of age with the intention of eliminating the Messiah?

  1. Herod I, ‘The Great’.
  2. Herod Antipas.
  3. Herod Philip.

Where in the Bible do the names of the three wise men appear?

  1. In the Old Testament.
  2. In the New Testament.
  3. They are not in the Bible.

Which of the books of the Bible speaks of frankincense, myrrh, and gold as gifts to the Christ Child?

  1. The Gospel according to Matthew.
  2. The Gospel according to Mark.
  3. None.

On December 8, Day of the Immaculate Conception, is celebrated:

  1. That Jesus was conceived without the spot of original sin.
  2. That Jesus Christ is the light of the world.
  3. That Mary was conceived without the spot of original sin.

Who declared December 8 as the Day of the Immaculate Conception?

  1. Saint Paul.
  2. Pionono.
  3. Leo XIII.

Who sent the first Christmas cards?

  1. Sir Henry Cole.
  2. Unicef.
  3. San Francisco de Asis.

Who wrote the novena to be said tonight for the last time?

  1. An ancestor of Lope de Vega.
  2. An ancestor of King Juan Carlos.
  3. An ancestor of Ernesto Samper.

Who is credited with the invention of the Christmas tree?

  1. Saint Antero.
  2. Saint Boniface.
  3. Saint Agustin.

The figure of Santa Claus or Father Christmas is inspired by:

  1. Saint Nicholas of Smyrna.
  2. Saint Charles.
  3. Saint Kukai.

The expression ‘Santa Claus’ was derived from the wrong way in which the English settlers of New York (USA) referred to the character of a legend:

  1. Indigenous.
  2. Turkish.
  3. Dutch.

Who created the image of Santa Claus as we know it today?

  1. The Church of the East.
  2. Haddon H. Sundblom.
  3. Walt Disney.

Which of these is not one of the reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh?

  1. Rudolph.
  2. Comet.
  3. Walker.

Who invented the red-nosed reindeer, the ninth of the ‘litter’?

  1. One market by department.
  2. Coca Cola.
  3. Hans Christian Andersen.

Originally, the Christmas carols were:

  1. Poetic chronicles of what happened in the villages.
  2. Lullabies.
  3. Music for war.

‘Silent Night’ is a Christmas carol:

  1. Austrian.
  2. U.S.
  3. Colombian.

What is a boy?

  1. An angel.
  2. A shepherd boy.
  3. Native of Bethlehem.

According to Anglo-Saxon tradition, to be lucky in love you have to receive a kiss under the:

  1. Mistletoe.
  2. Useless object.
  3. Organ.

Who wrote ‘A Christmas Carol’?

  1. Ebenezer Scrooge.
  2. Charles Dickens.
  3. The Brothers Grimm.

How long is the tradition of the manger, started by a saint who created a monastic order?

  1. A century.
  2. 1,500 years.
  3. Eight centuries.

When is the feast of the Epiphany celebrated?

  1. December 25.
  2. December 16.
  3. January 6th.

The Christian holidays that are celebrated on December 25 and January 6 have a common origin:

  1. These two dates marked the beginning and end of the harvest for the Celts.
  2. Both are kabbalistic numbers, with deep religious meanings.
  3. The winter solstice, celebrated on the 25th by the European tribes and on the 6th by the Arabs.

Importance of Christmas

We are very close to celebrating Christmas. For some it is a time to share and revive family traditions, a time to transmit the importance of giving and receiving love, of being in solidarity, of nourishing the spirit and enjoying the little things in life. And some of these things have been lost and perhaps turned into a time of consumerism and vanity.

So I ask you what do you think about Christmas?

I think we all react differently or think from different personal points of view about this celebration. The way in which we react to this holiday is an indication of what we think about it. If the first thing that comes to mind is gifts and expenses, rather than his firm Christian principles, about hopes for peace and happiness both for ourselves and for the whole world, there is no doubt that something is wrong with us. our perception of such a momentous and important event.

To learn more about this holiday I ask you another question: Do you know what the word “Christmas” means or where does it come from?

Well the word “Christmas” comes from the Latin “Nativitate” which means:

Nati = birth. Vita = of life. Te = for you.

Putting this together, “Christmas” is described in Spanish as the “Birth of life for you”. Where we remember the birth of Jesus. He came into the world with only one purpose and that was “lay down his life and die for our sins.”

I will briefly tell you more about the history of this magnificent event:

The angel Gabriel was sent by God to a city in Galilee, called Nazareth, and he announced to Mary that she would conceive the son of God in her womb and she should name him Jesus. He said: “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you.” Mary replied: “Behold the handmaid of the Lord; let it be done to me according to your word ”.

Some months passed and the Roman Emperor Caesar Augustus ordered all the inhabitants to be registered. So Mary and her husband Joseph went from Galilee to Bethlehem in Judea to be registered. Upon reaching Bethlehem, “the days of her birth were completed.” Finding no accommodation, Joseph took Mary to a small stable outside the city, where she gave birth to Jesus in a manger and wrapped him in swaddling clothes.

At that moment, an angel appeared to some shepherds who were walking nearby and told them that the “Savior, who is Christ the Lord,” had been born in a manger in Bethlehem. Then, the shepherds rushed to the manger, finding Mary and Joseph with the baby Jesus, they glorified and praised God for what had happened.

If you want to know in more detail about the birth of Jesus, search: MT. 1.18-25 or LUKE 2: 1-20 in your bible.

CHRISTMAS IS ABOUT REMEMBERING THE BIRTH OF JESUS ​​CHRIST, OUR SAVIOR!

That Child who was born in that manger, who, even being God, became the most important Man in the world, because his way of living and his teachings marked and continues to mark the lives of millions of people.

That same Child who is Jesus, offered his life and died in our place to forgive us all our sins and gives us eternal life by believing in his sacrifice and resurrection.

JESUS ​​IS CHRISTMAS, DON’T FORGET IT !!

Of course, I’m not telling you that giving gifts, family reunions or parties are wrong, not of course not, just that you remember the true purpose of this time and help you build your life. Also remember that the purpose of Christmas leads us to recognize that it is the right time to change things that are not right in our lives, to be able to thank God for all the good things and the trials that have happened to us, to be able to look with a hopeful perspective of all the way that we still have to travel, of being able to get closer to our loved ones and become more human and sensitive people with everything that surrounds us.

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