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Russ,
I was wondering if you can possibly help me out. I have a 1974 MYU and the cap of the pen unfortunately has acquired some dog teeth marks (it's a long story) from being chewed on. The pen is fully functional otherwise and is still a great writer.

Can you give me any advice on possibly finding a replacement cap only? The complete * * * are currently way out of my price range and I'd like to keep it as a daily writer.

Admin reply: Sorry to hear about your problem. I wish I knew of a source of MYU caps but there doesn't seem to be one!


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Admin reply: As I recall, it was an old book, but I can't remember which one!


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Do you have a list of the longer scripture readings for the morning and evening prayers as they appear in the one-volume edition of Christian Prayer?

Admin reply: I'm afraid all that I have is already on the web page.

Actually, I don't even own the American one volume breviary! I have an African version plus the one I'm currently using which is the Japanese! (Morning prayer can take up to two hours if there are a lot of unfamiliar words...)


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Thank you for your page on useful resources. I have added this as a link on my blog Far from Pluscarden.

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Hi Russ
I was searching for an article online about a Rich Japanese Woman who left her riches and lived with the poor but instead I found your website.

As I see it.. The Protestants think they are right but history will disagree. The Catholics are right, they just don't know it.

Your story was so inspiring, welcome home.

Noel

Admin reply: Thanks for the message! It sounds like you might be researching Kitahara Satoko whose story is in the book:

The Smile of a Ragpicker: The Life of Satoko Kitahara - Convert and Servant of the Slums of Tokyo

by Paul Glynn


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He Russell,
Like your articals a lot. Living in tanzania i miss the dutch tradition of singing the genevan psalms introduced by John Calvin. In your article i missed this form of singing the psalms. I find it so beautifull knowing that my grandmother any many generations before her have sang those psalms. Just like we do now. Accompanied with a big pipeorgan its a joy to listen and praise God.

Gelske

Admin reply: Thank you for your message! I imagine the culture in Tanzania is very different from the Psalm singing and pipe organ culture of Europe!


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Your website is an inspiring gift.

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Russell
Thank you for your great wealth of sketches. I learn a lot from your work. I study your style and try it. I mostly paint watercolor plein air. I am a pastor in San Diego. Thank you for your testimony about your faith in Christ. I would like to visit you some day.
Luis

Admin reply: Hello Pastor Luis, Thanks for the kind words. I think San Diego is an excellent place to sketch. I have some family in that area. May God bless you!


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Russ, We were, in 1895, the first monastery founded by St. John's, Collegeville. They also opened a priory in Tokyo, Trinity Benedictine Monastery. It was moved, relatively recently, to Fujimi and the monastery was awarded major prizes for it's architecture. It looks to be about 30 miles N; NW of Tokyo.
You could celebrate the St. Benedict blessing there..... Aelred

Admin reply: I had heard there was something out there in Japan. It sounds definitely worth a visit if I can find a train going out in that direction. Thanks!


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