Trivia Question: The central Basilica of Vatican City is named for what Saint?
Answer: St. Peter
St. Peter’s Basilica is an important cultural site to Italian and Catholic history. The widespread catacombs beneath the church house remains believed to belong to St. Peter. Since Catholic theology teaches that St. Peter was the first Pope, it is appropriate that the basilica named for him is in Vatican City.
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