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04 septembre 2006

"Five People" Meme

Tom at Recta Ratio tagged me with this one.

If you could meet and have a deep conversation with any five people on earth, living or dead, from any time period, who would they be?" (Explaining why is optional.) Name five people from each of the following categories:Saints, Those in the Process of Being Canonized, Heroes from your native country, Authors/Writers, celebrities.

1. Saints

a. Thomas Aquinas

b. Pope Pius X

c. Louis IX

d. Elias, Founder of Carmel

e. Maximillian Mary Kolbe

2. To Be Canonized

a. Bl. Titus Brandsma, O.Carm.

b. Bl. Pope Pius IX

c. Ven. Emil Kapaun

d. Servant of God Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson

e. Ven. Matt Talbot

3. American Heroes

a. Charles Carroll of Carrollton (to ask him why he belonged to the Lodge)

b. Abp. Fulton Sheen

c. Father Charles Coughlin

d. Dorothy Day

e. Alexander Hamilton

4. Authors/Writers.

a. Sigrid Undset

b. Erik, Ritter von Kuenhelt-Leddihn

c. J.R.R. Tolkien

d. Honore de Balzac

e. Charles Maurras

5. Celebrities.

a. Mel Gibson

b. William Bennett

c. His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI

d. Paul Johnson

e. Phillipe de Villiers

6. New Category I Am Adding Just for Myself: Military Heroes

a. Claus Philipp Maria Schenk, Graf von Stauffenberg

b. Bl. Charlemagne (Feast Day, 28 January)

c. le Marechal Phillipe Petain

d. Francisco Franco

e. Field Marshall Erwin Rommel

I tag any member of the League who has not yet participated and Vox Cantor.


At 7/9/06 20:18, Blogger M. Alexander said...

Sigrid Undset is a good choice. I would ask her about her work with the French Resistance. And how she was courageous enough to leave her illict marriage after her conversion.

I would like to talk to Flannery O'Connor and G.K. Chesterton.

Do you think Charles Carroll was a Mason? I thought that was a scurrilous lie.

At 7/9/06 23:41, Blogger Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...

There is little doubt that Carroll was a Freemason, but no sin can be imputed to him, only a lack of prudence. The Papal decrees condemning Freemasonry had never been promulgated in the Colonies and were thus not binding on him.


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