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Thank you Neil. I've been chatting since middle school, I guess there still something for me to learn in internet lingo LOL.

But I think I should also pass this on to my mother and uncle. He JUST got yahoo messenger lol. So funny and cute.

Kyrie eleison,

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Shlomo Manuel,

Yes it is OK to use a Paschal greeting at any time. As a matter of fact we should be saying to our Byzantine friends HAPPY NEW YEAR since tomarrow will start their new Liturgical year and is 7919 since the creation of the Earth.

As to your friend, you have a great teaching moment with him. The Bishops' group have a good book titled Eastern Catholics in the United States of America. Get it for him (it would be a great belated New Years gift), or you could give it to him for Maronite New Years which is the first weekend of November.

Fush BaShlomo,
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"Seventh Day Mormon Pentecostal Episcopal Church"

The Simpsons attend the "First Reformed Episcopresbylutheran Church" in Springfield.


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Marge: "no ones going catholic. three children are enough, thank you."

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