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Thursday, April 27, 2006

Medieval Quizzes




Something just happened to Inspire me to Post these quizzes for fun today?
Courtesy of Fish Eaters


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5 Comments:

At 1:12 PM, Blogger Michael de Los Estados Unidos said...

It was through this test I discovered a truth about myself. I am a Melancholic, a person whose personality or temperment is similar to that of St. John of the Cross or St. Catherine of Siena. A person like me would be perfect for the medieval period. I would have no trouble at all with the inquisition unless I was an artist and I did something questionable and have to confess to it. I almost cried while reading the results because I know it to be true. Everything that the results say about me is true. A nervous Melancholic. I feel that these results better describe me than any secular neurologist. Thank you Ginny.

 
At 8:41 PM, Blogger Moneybags said...

THE MAIN IMAGE BY THE TITLE IS BEAUTIFUL! I've never gone to a Traditional Catholic Mass since I'm not sure of any churches around me that are approved to say the Tridintine Mass. I would certainly love to attend one though.

 
At 8:53 PM, Blogger Michael de Los Estados Unidos said...

Moneybags,
There is a website you can go to to attempt to find a church that still performs the traditional rite.
http://www.masstimes.org
If you go to this website (although sometimes hard to navigate) you can possibly find Catholic churches in your area that celebrate the Catholic mass in various languages (including the traditional latin rite). If you're lucky you might find one, depending on where you are in the United States. If you are in Connecticut, two places I know of are in New Haven (correct me if I'm wrong, Ginny) and Moodus, CT. There are very few places in New England where you might find one. Should you find one, I would call the church to confirm whether or not it is true. Sometimes, the website can be a bit misleading. Good luck.

 
At 9:28 PM, Blogger Ginny said...

You have got that correct Michael
i have never been to the Mass in Moodus, too far away from me. Well over an hour. St Mary's in New Britian has a 4pm on Sundays and Sacred Heart in New Haven has a 2pm on Sundays. I alternate between the two Churches now. I want to support both the St Gregory Society and Una Voce. i have links on my site for those locations.
Money bags you have to attend a Latin Mass. Do your best to find one, even if it takes a day trip to find one. It is the most beautiful reverent form of sacrifice. I will not attend a Novus Ordo unless I have absolutely no other possiblity. This is how beautiful it is. i just wish it could be said more frequently and closer to my home. i am so blessed to have it and the priests are sincerely devout. This is not a routine for them, like I see elsewhere. Let me know about your experience when you go

 
At 12:18 AM, Blogger Michael de Los Estados Unidos said...

Ginny, for the sake of his sorrowful passion, boycott "The Da Vinci Code" Details can be found at my blog. Spread the word to you friends, and all who visit your blog. Monsignor Angelo Amato has called for all Catholics to boycott the movie so the word must be reached out to all. Likewise I will gain favor from Athanasius to help me in anyway he can.
Thank you.

 

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