Talk:Christ the Savior Monastery (Hamilton, Ontario)

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Do we have a template for the information box for American monasteries like the Australasian monasteries? - Aristibule
 
Do we have a template for the information box for American monasteries like the Australasian monasteries? - Aristibule
  
:It's exactly the same.  Just change everything after an '=' to what you'd like (say 'ROCOR' after Jurisdiction).  Also, I put in 'WR' after Musical Tradition in the St Petroc entry, mainly because I could see a better place for it. -- [[User:Pistevo|oea]] 21:25, 2 November 2005 (CST)
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:It's exactly the same.  Just change everything after an '=' to what you'd like (say 'ROCOR' after Jurisdiction).  Also, I put in 'WR' after Musical Tradition in the St Petroc entry, mainly because I could see a better place for it. -- [[User:Pistevo|Pistevo]] 21:25, 2 November 2005 (CST)
  
 
Thanks. And a reminder, it is Saint Petroc, not St Petroc - a mistake made by the webmaster for page on  the Archdiocesan webpage (Fr. Michael was depending on student volunteers at that point). Saint Petroc has an Anglican/Sarum musical tradition, Christminster uses Benedictine Gregorian and some Ambrosian. - Aristibule
 
Thanks. And a reminder, it is Saint Petroc, not St Petroc - a mistake made by the webmaster for page on  the Archdiocesan webpage (Fr. Michael was depending on student volunteers at that point). Saint Petroc has an Anglican/Sarum musical tradition, Christminster uses Benedictine Gregorian and some Ambrosian. - Aristibule

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Do we have a template for the information box for American monasteries like the Australasian monasteries? - Aristibule

It's exactly the same. Just change everything after an '=' to what you'd like (say 'ROCOR' after Jurisdiction). Also, I put in 'WR' after Musical Tradition in the St Petroc entry, mainly because I could see a better place for it. -- Pistevo 21:25, 2 November 2005 (CST)

Thanks. And a reminder, it is Saint Petroc, not St Petroc - a mistake made by the webmaster for page on the Archdiocesan webpage (Fr. Michael was depending on student volunteers at that point). Saint Petroc has an Anglican/Sarum musical tradition, Christminster uses Benedictine Gregorian and some Ambrosian. - Aristibule

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