Sunday, 4 March 2007

What kind of Catholic am I?

Well, I followed the link over at Brittany's blog, and here's the result:

You scored 82, on a scale of 0 to 100. Here's how to interpret your score:
0 - 25
You are a Centering Prayer (very progressive) Catholic.
26 - 50
You are an Ignatian Exercises (moderately progressive) Catholic.
51 - 75
You are a Divine Office (moderately traditional) Catholic.
76 - 100
You are a Daily Rosary (very traditional) Catholic.

You Are a Daily Rosary (Very Traditional) Catholic
You'd like the church to revive the time-honored devotions, liturgical practices, and strong institutional discipline that prevailed before the Second Vatican Council—and you're hoping that Pope Benedict XVI will lead the church in exactly that direction. Your favorite hymn is probably a traditional Latin composition such as the "Panis Angelicus," and your favorite pope is probably a pioneer of the Church's great liturgical tradition such as Gregory the Great. You loved "The Passion of the Christ."Read stories of interest to you:

How to Find a Spiritual DirectorBy Fr. John McCloskey
Faith-Based Accents for the HomeBy Jim Moore
The Gregorian Chant ComebackBy Arlene Oost-Zimmer and Jeffrey Tucker
Why This Catholic Won't Sing...Heretical HymnsBy George Weigel
We'll Take the "Quiet Mass"By Jeffrey Tucker

Try the quiz yourself here.

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