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Thanks for the booklets, Arbible! I got home on Friday, and they were waiting for me in the mail. I look forward to reading them. — [[User:FrJohn|<b>FrJohn</b>]] ([http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/User_talk:FrJohn&action=edit&section=new talk])
 
Thanks for the booklets, Arbible! I got home on Friday, and they were waiting for me in the mail. I look forward to reading them. — [[User:FrJohn|<b>FrJohn</b>]] ([http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/User_talk:FrJohn&action=edit&section=new talk])
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:Glad they reached you. Thank you very much, Father. Yours in Christ, --[[User:Arbible|Arbible]] 18:37, September 5, 2006 (CDT)

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Zeitun

Welcome back, Arbible. My wife and I have been writing on Zeitun and other apparitions of the Holy Virgin today. These make for interesting reading! I haven't given them much consideration previously. — FrJohn (talk)

Thank you, Father. May the prayers and intercession of the Blessed Holy Virgin Mary be with us all. --Arbible

Recent quotation additions

A couple of notes regarding the recent additions you've made of quotations to various articles:

  • If it's a quote from the person that is the article's subject, you don't need to attribute it. It's assumed from context. If it's a quote about that person, then of course attribution is appropriate.
  • Including citations (the source of the quote) would be very useful, so that readers can look up the context of the quotation.

Thanks for your contributions! —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 09:40, January 5, 2006 (CST)

Quotes

Thank you for the offer :) . My task was to categorise Uncategorized Quotes (which is mostly complete, but the article could do with alphabetisation); however, I would personally like to see a couple of distinctive quotes on articles of people who were influential through their writings (eg St John Chrysostom or Fr Seraphim Rose)... that being said, I probably don't have time to do that myself, but I'd enjoy it nonetheless. --— by Pιsτévο talk complaints at 08:05, May 13, 2006 (CDT)

Clement

I'm sorry, I didn't mean to be hurtful my comment. I guess some of the Protestant Biblical "scholarly" evaluations in the article just seemed a bit too heterodox for me. So Clement's not in the Coptic Synaxarion? I couldn't find him online at any Chalcedonian sites, either. Which leads me to wonder: who exactly celebrates him as a saint? Any ideas? Gabriela 17:26, July 17, 2006 (CDT)

Thanks for your reply and excellent edits to the article. (That's what a wiki is meant to be-- collaborative editing and article evolution (hopefully to the better) through Darwikinism.) Clement of Alexandria doesn't have his own biographical/saint/feast day entry in our Coptic Orthodox Synaxarium. The Coptic Synaxarium mentions him (not as a saint) under the following two entries:


The Seventeenth Day of the Blessed Month of Baramoudah - The Martyrdom of St. James the Apostle Brother of St. John the Apostle:
"Clement of Alexandria, from the fathers of the second century, said: "The soldier that seized the Saint, when he saw his courage, he realized that there must be a better life and asked the Saint for his forgiveness. Then the soldier confessed Christianity and received the crown of martyrdom (Acts 12:1,2) along with the Apostle in the year 44 A.D."


The Fifteenth Day Of The Blessed Month Of Baounah - The Turning Over of the Relics of the Great St. Mark the Apostle by the hand of Pope Paul the Sixth, Pope of Rome:
"Pope of Rome, replied in an official speech in French, that he read while sitting on the throne. In it he exalted the history of the Alexandrian church, and its long struggle in the field of dogma. He also praised its heros, and its learned people such as Athanasius the apostolic, Kyrillos (Cyril) the Pillar of Faith, Pantaenus and Clement."


Clement of Alexandria is not on the present Roman Catholic calendar either (but used to be). This Anglican site says that he is on the Eastern (Orthodox) calendar (?) and on many modern revisions of the Anglican calendar.
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Sysop?

Dear Arbible,

You've been around OrthodoxWiki for a long time now, and I'm grateful for your work and commitment to this site. I'd like you to become our official "Oriental Orthodox Sysop," helping us to oversee (and mediate if necessary) articles related to the non-Chalcedonian churches and suggesting ways we could build more in this direction. I'm not sure what this would mean, but maybe you could help us figure it out!

I don't expect any more of a time commitment that you've already demonstrated. Along with the Sysop role, you'd be included on the sysop email list, and have some additional powers for managin articles.

Let me know, either here or on my talk page, or directly by email if you're willing to take on this job. Thanks! — FrJohn (talk)

Dear Father,
Thanks very much. This would be a great blessing to me. I would be very happy and also privileged to be able to learn more from you all and help as much as I can.
Yours in Christ, --Arbible 16:53, August 10, 2006 (CDT)
Wonderful! In progress... Thanks, Fr. John

Stephanos of Khinolakkos

Arbible, have you obtained permission to use this content? Here's the goarch copyright notice. —magda (talk) 21:23, August 18, 2006 (CDT)

welcome message

Hello, when you welcome someone, use subst: for the {{welcome}} template. I mean, instead of placing {{welcome}} in the user talk page, place {{subst:welcome}}. This will make it more personal, and the new user, when hit "Edit this page" to reply to the message, will see a text, not an ugly template. Regards, Gregg 15:53, August 26, 2006 (CDT)

Thanks very much for the excellent tip. Will do. Yours in Christ, --Arbible 01:04, August 27, 2006 (CDT)

Booklets

Thanks for the booklets, Arbible! I got home on Friday, and they were waiting for me in the mail. I look forward to reading them. — FrJohn (talk)

Glad they reached you. Thank you very much, Father. Yours in Christ, --Arbible 18:37, September 5, 2006 (CDT)
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