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From: "Francoise Seguin" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Re: Resubscribe
Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 16:42:31 -0400
Welcome back and nice to have all your knowledge to dig into. Welcome,
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From: "John L Sullivan" <>
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2006 8:19 PM
Subject: [Q-R] Re: Resubscribe
>I answer to John, Owen (or Eoin), and Jean, which are the English, Welsh
>(or Irish) and French versions of the same name. As to title, I answer to
>Uncle, to Father, to Monsieur l'Abbe. If you want to translate the entire
>name, it would be "Jean Leborgne". But I'm not a Trappist so I won't answer
>to "Hey Abbot!" In any case, I prefer Sambuca to Chartreuse.
> Paul L Le Blanc <> wrote:
> Would you like to be called Pere Jean?
> Paul Le B
>>Welcome back from your brief retreat ... but don't give us a scare like
>>that! You would be missed.
>>So ... do we call you Fr. Owen or Fr. John? We don't allow fisticuffs on
>>this list so hope your new name means you are just "ready" ... not
> Father John L. Sullivan
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