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Admin reply: Please supply me with the Polish translation, and I will make it. As for the rays, I'm not sure I can remove them from the illustration at this point. Why no rays?


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Admin reply: That's great news! Thanks for the info.


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Admin reply: I'm glad to hear that you have been able to use the images! The project you proposed is a very worthy one, and I'll consider it and reply later. It would take a little time for me to complete. Of course, as you know, no image is required on the brown scapular, and my personal preference has been plain brown (which is why I have not considered creating an image until now)!


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Hello Russ,
I tried several times to submit a message, but the machine refused to accept it. Any idea?

Admin reply: Well, it worked this time!


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Your posts on the Shorter Christian Prayer have been very informative but I do have a question: if one uses eg The Grail Revised Psalms for
daytime prayer or office of readings, do we use antiphons or not? If so,
where do we find them?
I have arthritis in my hands so using the lighter SCP is much easier to
deal with.

Admin reply: I assume we would use the antiphons. But I'm hardly an expert on this subject. The best place to as is at the Coffee and Canticles blog: http://dariasockey.blogspot.jp/

That's where I ask my questions! :)


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Admin reply: I'm sorry to hear that. I have no idea who could fix a bent M90 nib, and I hear that steel is difficult to bend back to its original shape. But you could try contacting Pilot or perhaps John Mottishaw at nibs.com


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There was a portrait of a christ-like portrait on Sherlock's wall, very dark and frontal Black on a white background small but large enough to see that it looks like a portrait of a brooding face with long hair. I've seen it a few times in the Jeremy Brett series. Does anyone know who the artist is?

Admin reply: I have no idea. But it sounds like a criminal's portrait.


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Pleased to have reconnected, Russ...after ALL these years!

Yes, chanting is so GOOD for us, isn't it?
I'm looking forward to a full day of it with a local congregation here in Chicago this coming weekend.

I wish you deep peace and many blessings!
Dent

Admin reply: I wholeheartedly agree! Chanting makes prayer time longer, but the thrill and gratification is so great -- and deep -- that it's well worth it to invest the extra time!


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Hello, Russ! We knew each other back in Medina, Washington many, many moons ago. I was searching the internet for some graphics to include on a plainsong workshop I am leading this weekend, and your site popped up. I couldn't believe my eyes...it's been so long. One of your graphics, the Laughing Christ. stays with me to this day; often it comes to me when I'm praying or when I wake.

Anyway, just wanted to send you a note and wish you blessings on your journey. -Dent

Admin reply: Hi Dent, Wow, I remember Washington and the laughing Christ picture (which I haven't seen in years!) and a face comes mind when I read your name; I hope it's the right one!

Back in those days I had no idea what Plainsong was, but now I happily chant it twice a day with the Saint Dunstan's Plainsong Psalter with the Daily Office (just finished a few minutes ago as it is morning in Tokyo).

Great to hear from you!


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