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Assuming language isn't a problem.

mine:

Jesus
Our Holy Mother
St. Anne
St. Catherine of Sienna
St. Thomas Aquinas
St. Augustine
Malachi Martin - Want to hear those exorcism stories
ABP lefebvre - want to hear the VII stories
Judas - gotta have one person that is in hell tell me what me about it
Im going to exclude on my list all of the saints and holy family because those are a GIVEN! What Catholic wouldnt want to spend time with all of them OF COURSE! boooring for the thread I in my stupid opinion. However here is my 2nd list not counting the saints.( and not in any order of preference)
Van Morrison
Blaise Pascal
Nikoli Tesla
George S Patton
George Cloony (yes thats right)
Jim Caveizel
Henry Ford
Barak Obama ( I would so give him a piece of my mind :angrywom:)

Oh and the most interesting of all.....
Vox Clamantis
(08-29-2012, 08:09 PM)onosurf Wrote: [ -> ]Judas - gotta have one person that is in hell tell me what me about it

If I want to know about hell, I'd rather invite the seers of Fatima or some other Saint who saw visions of it, rather than him. 

Hard to narrow it down though, other than of course I'd invite the Holy Family, for sure, plus my Patron Saint. 
One invite might be St. Francis de Sales.  I'll have to think about it.

I don't know much about him, but they say St. Philip Neri had a good sense of humor; maybe he'd be a good one to have along. 
In no particular order:

Grandpa- because he has really good stories, and I regret not spending more time with him before he passed.
St. Joan of Arc- Because I admire her so much.
The guy downstairs in my apartments- because he seems really interesting.
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta- maybe she could could teach me a thing or two about being more selfless
My closest friend, Millie, whom I see only once a year, if that.
A homeless person
Mom
Dad
Sister
Pope Benedict XVI
Mozart (heard that guy knows how to par-tay)
St. Therese of Lisieux
Jack the Ripper (so I could find out who the hell he was)
Bear Grylls
Hitler (i hesitate to put this in case it's construed the wrong way)
Dr. Bombay
George Washington
Mary, Queen of Scots
(08-29-2012, 09:03 PM)Spooky Wrote: [ -> ]Bear Grylls

Heh, spooky! I forgot about him! He takes the place of my sister.  :LOL:

Excluding saints and the Holy Family?

Danny Boyle
Plato/Socrates
Malachi Martin
Phil Hendrie
Peter Sellers
Efrim Menuck
Michael Davies
Tolkien
Mel Gibson
Kenneth Brannagh
Martin Luther
Alfred Kinsey
Margaret Sanger
Sigmund Freud
John Calvin
Henry VIII
Jane Fonda
Leroy Carhart
Josef Stalin

I'd have the C4 planted firmly under the dinner table beforehand, of course.
(08-29-2012, 09:22 PM)HuskerTom Wrote: [ -> ]Martin Luther
Alfred Kinsey
Margaret Sanger
Sigmund Freud
John Calvin
Henry VIII
Jane Fonda
Leroy Carhart
Josef Stalin

I'd have the C4 planted firmly under the dinner table beforehand, of course.
Im sure that could be construed as shockingly poor manners...tsk...tsk :grin:
I guess there are different ways to play this.  You could invite the people you'd like to meet most.  You could invite people who you think might have interesting dinner conversation.

But, how about this lineup:

Our Lord
Our Lady of Fatima
St. Peter
St. Paul
Pope St. Pius V
Pope St. Pius X
Archbishop Lefebvre
Bishop Williamson
and......  (drumroll)
Pope Benedict XVI

I wonder if they could get through to him? 


..or, change it like this:

Our Lord
St. Peter
St. Paul
Pope St. Pius V
Pope St. Pius X
Archbishop Lefebvre
Bishop Williamson
Pope Benedict XVI
Pope John Paul II - since he now knows first-hand the consequences of embracing all the modern errors of Vatican II etc., and could warn Pope BXVI


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