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E is for Eucharist, S is for sacrifice, M is for meal (Sunday Forum)

by PeterR ⌂ @, Melbourne, Monday, May 25, 2009, 09:31 (2379 days ago) @ Tom McMahon


Thanks for your response.

I think you have the wrong Peter in mind: I haven't met you; and I have never been a cleric.

I have a busy day today. I shall try to return later in the day.


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