Wednesday, February 6, 2008


Hello my dear friends! It has been a very long time since we have last spoken together, but as Agent Smith has requested that I answer questions in this Meme, I will do so. I have followed many of the events of this community and continue to wish you the best if you attempt to turn your paths toward communion with the Roman Catholic Church and in particular the Diocese of East Tennessee. Here is my answer to your Meme:

1. Closest Book: "Europe" by Cardinal Ratzinger... but it does not have 123 pages, so I have picked instead Summa Theologica by St. Thomas Aquinas.

2. After 5th sentence, next three sentences: It would appear that it was on account of these two arguments to which we have just replied, that some were persuaded to consider corruptible things - e.g., casual and evil things - as removed from the care of divine providence. RO3: Man is not the author of nature; but he uses natural things in applying art and virtue to his own use. Hence human providence does not reach to that which takes place in nature from necessity; but divine providence extends thus far, since God is the author of nature.

3. I cannot tag anyone else, as I do not find favor with the Meme, since it is a reference to the absurdities of Richard Dawkins, and I think parody is not a very nice way for us to behave.

Pax vobiscum,

1 comment:

Sally said...

Is it true that if I let a Deacon Spank me, it's the Same as being absolved?

Just askin', cause that's what one of the deacon chicks told me.