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Description Religious Figure % Correct
Originally from Dominican Order; most influential theologian in Roman Catholic Church; incorporated philosophy of Aristotle with theology of Augustine; viewed life and Catholicism Thomas Aquinas
51.7%
Founded Franciscan order (mendicant), son of wealthy cloth merchant, received visions from crucifix to repair church, stole and sold cloth to fund repairs, became beggar and preachFrancis of Assisi
48.3%
Elected Pope at 77, 'Transitional Pope' of 1958, called Second Vatican Council in 1962, Beatified 2000Pope John XXII
44.8%
Elected Pope in 1962; invited 23 women to be present among 2,500 bishops at council; reopened Vatican II which was automatically with death of John XXIIIPope Paul VI
41.4%
Founded Jesuit order in Rome; believed in education of youth and foreign missions; desired to imitate Christ; experienced conversion while healing from cannon ball wound and readinIgnatius of Loyola
37.9%
Started a soup kitchen for the homeless; was very compassionate; started the Catholic WorkerDorothy Day
34.5%
Established a church excluding the Old Testament (its God was not father of Jesus); credited for canon (closed set of texts); separation between Jesus and Judaism; Said Jesus was aMarcion
34.5%
Trappist monk, converted at 4th and Walnut; most significant monastic author of twentieth century; writings on his own conversion prayer and monastic life; his experiences are witnThomas Merton
34.5%
Wanted to reform Catholic heritage, introduced vernacular Bible, believed gospel sets us free from sin and death, struggled with Anfechtungen (spiritual attacks) all his life, beliMartin Luther
31%
Current Pope, German; not a JesuitJoseph Ratzinger
31%
Pope during Vatican I; promulgated 'Syllabus of Errors'; defined dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Mary was conceived without original sin)Pope Pius IX
24.1%
Head of conservative group, Responsible for draft of revelation, semper idem = 'always the same'Cardinal Ottaviani
20.7%
Wrote 'Dignitatus Humanae' (Declaration of Religious Freedom), very pro-religious freedom, right to religious freedom has foundations in dignity of human person, segregation of chuJohn Courtney Murray
20.7%
His radio broadcasts provided hope during the Great Depression; was ordained Priest in 1916; asked to build a parish and started his radio program to fund it; spoke of sociopoliticCharles Coughlin
20.7%
Peace activist and poet; associated with Trapist Monk Thomas Merton; joined Jesuits after high school; was FBI's Most Wanted for activity in Vietnam War protestsDaniel Berrigan
20.7%
Description Religious Figure % Correct
'Martyr of Amazon'Dorothy Stang
17.2%
Identified by the church she lived next to; wrote revelations of Divine Love (short text - 16 visions while she was on verge of death; long text - 15 years pondering those visions)Julian of Norwich
17.2%
Leader of progressive wing, Jesuit scripture scholar, secretary for Christian unity, Ecumenism - reunion of separated brethrenCardinal Bea
13.8%
Famous poet and scholar, first religious to receive PhD from UCal Berkeley, instigated Sister Formation Movement, President of Saint Mary's College, Founded first school that allowMadeleva Wolff
13.8%
Medieval woman; known for brilliance in philosophy and theology and standing up to male leaders in church; concerned with changing the church and politics than seeking union with GHildegard of Bingen
13.8%
After John Courtney Murray was silenced by Rome, this person invited him to Vatican IIFrancis Spellman
13.8%
Jesuit priest, known for work at St. Benedict Center, lectures integrated nature and grace, Jews couldn't achieve true vocation except in Christ; anti-semitic and thought non-cathoLeonard Feeney
13.8%
Sister of Loretto who spent many years teaching; elected Superior General of her sisterhood; was 1/23 women @ VII; worked on issues of peace, justice, racism, women's rights, deathMary Luke Tobin
13.8%
After the death of her father, was led to reform herself through prayer; intense prayer led to heavenly communications; wrote about experiences & spiritual necessity for prayer; deTeresa of Avila
13.8%
Founded Pius X society, dealt with issue of church and state religions, opponent of relations with other religions, wrote an open letter to Pope condemning his peace-making activitArchbishop Marcel Lefebvre
10.3%
Two themes of life: commitment to social justice and need for renewal in religious life for women; neal scale - method for evaluating attitudes towards values and change; saw need Marie Augusta Neal, SND
10.3%
Recovered idea of charism (everyone is given gift at Baptism); Gaudium et Spes ('Joy and Hope') - overview of Catholic Church's teachings about humanity's relationship to society; Cardinal Suenens
10.3%
Man with 'hypnotic eyes'; religious media superstar; his show, 'Life is Worth Living' was first mass-marketed religious program; gave raise to idea of 'public Catholicism'; CatholiFulton J. Sheen
10.3%
Cross-cultural transmitter of ideals of origenist stream of Egyptian Monasticism; รก conferences: reflected what he learned from Egyptian monks; Seven Deadly Sins: pride, envy, gluJohn Cassian
10.3%

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