Quiz is found here.
1. Tootsie Pops = g. St. Augustine. Crunchy dealing with heretics, soft-hearted when talking about God.
2. Caramel apples = d. Gustavo Gutierrez. Healthy core but kind of sticky too. (Thanks BibleThumper!)
3. Snickers = e. St. Thomas Aquinas. Aquinas tastes like a snack, feels like a meal.
4. Licorice = c. Henri de Lubac. S t r e t c h i n g out that tradition like a rope from the Patristic period until now.
5. Candy Corn = j. St. Therese de Lisieux. Colorful, small, and makes you want more.
6. Sweet Tarts = b. Karl Rahner. Reading one of those essays in Theological Investigations makes one ponder how intense a theological insight can be.
7. Toothpaste = h. St. Anselm. Oh, and the ontological argument is like flossing. Useful for general health.
8. Starburst Fruit Chews = a. Hans Urs von Balthasar. Chew. Chew. Chew some more. You'll finally digest it.
9. Gummi Bears = i. St. Catherine of Siena. Surprisingly addictive and less nutritional value than what she subsisted on for years.
10. Godiva Chocolate = f. St. Bonaventure. The seraphic doctor deserves the heavenly chocolate.