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Paschal Greetings

Wishing a Blessed Pascha to all Christians -- Catholic or Orthodox -- who follow the Julian Paschalion

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  1. Anonymous11:36 PM

    Christus resurrexit! Vere resurrexit!

    Khristus Zmartvikstau! Zaiste Zmartvikstau!

    Kristos Voskres! Voistinu voskres!

    Christ is risen from the dead, trampling death by death; and to those in the tombs, giving life!

    A Blessed Easter to you! Please pray for my Diocese of Buffalo, NY - Bishop Kmiec is selling off our Catholic Churches to Hinus and mostly to Moslems! He does not evangelize; he rejects a Traditional Latin Mass Apostolate, but sells to pagans without teaching them the faith.

    We are shrinking fast; but we have The Rosary! Peace to you! Thank you for your informative blog!

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  2. χριστός ἀνέστη!

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  3. Christ is risen! Indeed He is risen!

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  4. Anonymous8:04 AM

    Which Catholics follow the Julian Calendar? I thought that ended with the Gregorian reform?

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  5. Some Eastern-rite Catholics follow the Julian Calendar

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  6. "Which Catholics follow the Julian Calendar? I thought that ended with the Gregorian reform?"

    CATHOLICS WHO FOLLOW THE JULIAN CALENDAR FOR THE CHURCH YEAR:

    1) Most Ukrainian Greek Catholics
    2) Russian Greek Catholics in Russia (and, I think, in Rome as well)
    3) Ruthenian / Rusyn Catholics in the Carpathian region of western Ukraine

    CATHOLICS WHO FOLLOW THE GREGORIAN CALENDAR BUT WITH THE JULIAN PASCHALION:

    1) Romanian Greek Catholics
    2) Many (not all) Melkite Greek Catholics
    3) Some Russian Greek Catholics outside Russia
    4) Greek Byzantine Catholics (in Greece)
    5) Roman Catholics in Greece and Syria

    I may have omiited some groups / sui juris churches.

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  7. Anonymous1:50 PM

    What's this Julian Paschalion all about?

    An ignorant Roman...

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