A 3-minute game for your Christmas party
Here’s a little Christmas present, together with a suggestion:
Go to this web site, and enjoy an old recording of the Ave Maria, by Blessed John Paul II.
Then cue up the Youtube video for your family and/or friends. Don’t let them see the video or hear the introduction. Challenge them to name the performer. Tell them it’s someone famous—a voice they’ve heard—but not someone known as a singer.
Amazing. Is there anything he did not do well?
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Posted by: jg23753479 -
Dec. 24, 2012 4:03 PM ET USA
The guesses at my house included Enrico Caruso, Mario Lanza, and Jose Carreras. There was general astonishment when I revealed the pope's identity. It strikes me that he and Benedict would have made just as dynamic a duo on Broadway as they did in the Vatican!