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List of parishes in...
I put some notes replying to your comments on other talk pages, but there is already a discussion about the standardization of the American parish directory pages. It might be a good idea to have a centralized discussion there (although it's tricky to find, hence the link) before insisting on formatting changes for one state's page. There are other websites which have a search and mapping function (here and here) which you may find useful for finding parishes near but not technically "in" larger metropolitan areas.
I do like the idea of clarifying the main heading and the subheadings, but I don't prefer the horizontal lines associated with the two-equal-signs-sized heading. (I remember discussing that with someone on the wiki, but can't find that now.) Please be gentle in criticizing the Texas list, as that's my baby. Ahem. Current template. I'd like to hear your ideas, and maybe we can make a style manual article so that we can refer to that when updating these pages. —magda (talk) 15:40, October 31, 2007 (PDT)