If you could meet any Saint, which would it be?
#1
I'd go with Padre Pio or Maximilian Kolbe. 

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#2
Saint Maximilian Kolbe - because offering himself in place of a stranger in the conditions of Auschwitz requires great faith. 

Saint Philip Neri - because he apparently had a sense of humor.  I likes to laugh.

Saint Francis of Assisi - to pick his brain on custodianship of nature.  I have a huge green side. :D
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Heaven is under our feet, as well as over our heads. - Thoreau, Walden
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St. Michael the Archangel, because he literally battles the devil, and is just all-around awesome.
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#4
Agree with St. Michael the Archangel....for his pure awesomeness.

St. Padre Pio to help me know my sins, repent and confess them well.
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#5
St Thomas Aquinas, the Angelic Doctor,

St Pius X, Hammer of Modernists,

and a Blessed, Pius IX, Pope of the Syllabus.
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#6
St Peter or Paul probably.
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#7
St. Joseph----the guy has come through for me so many times and I just admire him so!

St. Therese of Lisieux-----she seems like a dear friend, I share her love of roses

St. Joan d'Arc-----I rely on her so much because she was alone and grossly misunderstood because of taking a stance

St. Gemma and the other victim souls----I need their spiritual direction on how to get my act together and make the best use of my time offering my suffering for others.
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#8
St Alphonsus Ligouri - I just keep reading and reading and reading everything he wrote

St John of The Cross -

St Robert Bellarmine - it would be great to talk with about the current state of the church with one who was so involved with the counter reformation.
"There are in truth three states of the converted: the beginning,  the middle and the perfection. In the beginning, they experience the charms of sweetness; in the middle, the contests of temptation; and in the end, the fullness of perfection."
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#9
:heart: St. John the Evangelist

:heart: St. Mary Magdelene

:heart: St. Paul

:heart: St. Francis of Assisi (in a mysterious way, feels like I've indeed "met" him)  :heart: and all of his early friars minor.

:heart: St. Clare of Assisi

:heart: St. Margaret of Cortona

:heart: St. Gertrude the Great

:heart: Blessed Little Margaret of Castello

:angel: my Guardian Angel
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#10
I'd probably want to meet the Saint I pray to the most. St Anthony of Padua.
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