To all who have replied on my behalf, a very sincere thank you,very much.
To PeterTheAleut's inquiry, you have made me realize I failed to couch my message as my opinion, even though I believed my comment to be fact. I don't think Pascha being the "Feast of Feasts" is dogma. I was definitive in my statement because it's something I've always known about our faith. I recall as a youth being taught that Roman Catholics believe the Nativity of Christ to hold more significance, while, later, a Jesuit educated friend of mine told me Pascha is the most significant of Feasts in the Roman Catholic Church, though their "diocesan" priests don't always promote it as such, as they should, in his opinion.
Further, while Pascha being the "Feast of Feasts," may not be dogmatic, it is so much enmeshed into the conscious, the Tradition of the church, that it may as well be dogmatic, in my opinion. (Note my use of "in my opinion," this time.) I didn't feel we had to cite sources in commenting on the forum as if we were writing college papers, yet, I can appreciate the need to assist those who don't hold this view, at this time, about Pascha, to provide sources for them. I really don't recall the source of where I learned this, through sermons, bible classes, catechism, I think Timothy Ware's (Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia) "The Orthodox Church" states it somewhere.
I'll try in the future to note when something is my opinion of something that I may believe to be absolute, when I don't have a source in hand.