Sorry, must have hit another thread at bottom thinking was run on thread. Again, my apologies for raising a stinking corpse.
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ytterbiumanalyst Sir, I noticed your signature " Cristo ha resucitado,en verdad ha resucitado " Spanish for "Christ is Risen, indeed he is Risen". I visited an Antiochian Orthodox website in Chile and there I read, "Cristo ha resucitado, verdaderamente ha resucitado". The priest at the Greek Orthodox church I attend asked me if I could write that in spanish. I wrote it the way you have it, but I seem to like the latter expression, like the one I saw on the Antiochian website situated in Chile. I have also seen it written, " Cristo resucito,en verdad resucito". Do you have a preference? and do I have to start a new thread for this question ?