Daily Catholic Quiz – Cardinal Virtues

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Question: Name the four cardinal virtues. For extra credit, name the Latin word from which we get cardinal and give its one word definition.


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  1. Justice, Prudence, Fortitude, Temperance.

    I can only guess at the Latin word, but I’ll take a stab, that it might be cardinale, and my guess at its meaning is that it stands for “order”, or something like that.

  2. Ans: Justice, Fortitude (courage), Temperance (moderation), Prudence; from the Latin: “cardio” meaning “hinge”. Thanks for participating here and on Facebook. Check back tomorrow for another question. – Deacon Mike

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