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Offline Mor Ephrem

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Feasts in November and December
« on: November 12, 2003, 07:36:05 PM »
My apologies for being late with these.  I'm including two months to make up for it.  :)

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NOVEMBER

1 - All Saints and Martyrs
2 - Mor Gregorios of Parumala
13 - Mor Ivanios the Golden-mouthed (St. John Chrysostom)
14 - The Holy Apostle Philip
21 - Entrance of the Virgin Mary into the Temple
24 - Mor Clemis (St. Clement of Rome)
28 - Mor Ya'qub Burd'ono; Mor Dionysius Bar Salibi
29 - Mor Ya'qub of Sarug
30 - The Holy Apostle Andrew

DECEMBER

1 - Beginning of the Nativity Fast
2 - Mor Shabor and Mor Aphroth (Akapparampu)
4 - SS. Barbara and Juliana
6 - Saint Nicholas of Myra
10 - Mor Philoxenus of Mabug; Mor Behnam and his sister Saint Sarah
18 - The Wounding of the Holy Apostle Thomas with a Spear
20 - Mor Ignatios of Antioch
21 - The Martyrdom of the Holy Apostle Thomas
25 - The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ
26 - Lullabies (Praises of the Virgin Mary)
27 - Slaughter of the Holy Innocents
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Re:Feasts in November and December
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2003, 07:49:51 PM »
Please ignore the duplication of the feast of the Praises of the Virgin Mary; I accidentally posted it along with Christmas, and only after noticing my mistake did I put it under the right date.
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Re:Feasts in November and December
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2003, 08:24:36 PM »
I just figured out what "Mor" means  :-[.

james, a disturbed Latin :P
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