Q: How many saints are there?
A: Well over 10,000 named (saints and beati) but technically any soul in Heaven is considered a saint, so it's doubtful we could ever really number them all.
Q: What is Communion made out of and who makes it (this question was accompanied by a little drawing of the Host)?
A: Wheat flour and water. That's it. Typically, the Hosts are created by cloistered nuns who support their order through this ministry.
Q: How come we never run out of the Body of Christ?
A: The hosts are continuously made by those who dedicated their lives to this ministry, but the hosts don't become Hosts (or, the Body of Christ) until consecration. Thus, the priest continually creates new Hosts each time Mass is said.
Q: In what year did God die (accompanied by a picture of Jesus on the Cross)?
A: Though Jesus was 33 at His Death, due to miscalculations during the codification of the modern calendar, scholars believe that the actual year in which Christ suffered His Passion was 32 CE.
Q: Why is Latin the main language of the Church?
A: Since Rome had conquered most of the known world, everyone spoke the language of the Romans (which was Latin). As a result, it became tradition that Church fathers who passed along teachings would write them (or at least have them translated) to Latin so that the general population had access to them.