Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Deep Conversation meme

I found this over at the Rome of the West blogspot. Not many pub conversations in my list.

  • Saints
    Philip Neri
    Francis Xavier
    Thomas More
    Ignatius Loyola
  • To be Canonized
    Marcel Lefebvre (... in a few hundred years maybe!).
    John Henry Cardinal Newman
    John XXIII ( to ask, did you really say 'Stop the Council! Stop the Council!'?)
  • British Heroes
    Henry V
    Guy Fawkes ( Kidding, I think!).
    John Fisher
    Churchill, after the first Pol Roger of the day.
  • Authors/Writers
    Graham Greene & Evelyn Waugh, together.
    Auberon Waugh & Mark Steyn, again together.
    Augustine & Plato together (heavy...).
  • Celebrities
    Pope Benedict XVI ( When are we going to get the indult?) Bush 43, maybe with Vlad Putin.

5 Comments:

At 6:15 am, Blogger Mark Scott Abeln said...

Lefebvre! Although some do say that he was the new Athanasius, who as we know, was "against the world", and won!

 
At 10:49 pm, Blogger Moretben said...

Indeed, Lefebvre. I'm convinced of it.

St Marcel, Bishop & Confessor, commemoration March 25th.

I don't know about yoking Waugh with Greene though...

 
At 11:41 am, Blogger Mrs Jackie Parkes MJ said...

Nice list & blog!

God bless

 
At 4:37 pm, Blogger onthesideoftheangels said...

Hmmm

Saint: Francis de Sales
To be Canonised : Hans Urs von Balthasar
British Hero: Henry VI
Author: Chesterton or Dostoyevsky
Philosopher : Aquinas
Celebrity: Peter Cushing [he was lovely]

 
At 3:39 pm, Blogger Convenor said...

We’d be very glad if you could (a) post about the new blog and (b) link to it.

www.catholicheritage.blogspot.com

In particular, we’d be glad if you could bring to the attention of your readers the news that there will be a Traditional Latin Mass for the Holy Year of St. Paul in St. Paul’s Church, Emo, Co. Laois, Ireland, on Saturday, 30th August, 2008, for which the Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin has granted, under the usual conditions, the Plenary Indulgence for the Pauline Holy Year.

http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/2008/08/feast-of-saint-philip-benizi.html

Another post that might be interested is a report of our recent walking pilgrimage for vocations:

http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/2008/07/report-on-walking-pilgrimage.html

God bless you!

St. Conleth’s Catholic Heritage Association

 

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