Objective: This is the Final Exam for The Secret Message of Our Lady of Fatima, Chapters 1 - 13.

Students will use the knowledge they have gained during the individual chapters of the series to complete the final exam made up of 15 questions. Upon completion and receiving a passing grade, students will receive a certificate of completion. 

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Course curriculum

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    The Secret Message of Our Lady of Fatima - Final Exam

    • Introduction

    • The Secret Message of Our Lady of Fatima - Final Exam - QUIZ

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Instructor Bio:

Marissa Romero is Vice President of Digital Media. She also is a dedicated writer and Managing Editor for Catholic Online where she has worked for many years. She is a graduate of the California State University system and has earned a bachelor's degree in Communications. She is committed to her mission of promoting excellence in Catholic Education.

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