Re: to translate (was: Re: I'M BACK!!! :))
|From:||Isidora Zamora <isidora@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 9, 2003, 15:43|
At 05:11 PM 9/8/03 -0700, you wrote:
>--- Isidora Zamora <isidora@...> wrote:
> > >Do you move your relics around thát much?
> > Maybe be do. In any case, whenever we do, the
> > event is commemorated in the
> > calendar. I think that some of the reason that
> > I hear the term used in
> > that sense at least once a week is because we
> > buy a calandar every year
> > that contains *all* the Saints commemorated on
> > each day.
>Well, saint calendars are not a surprise - that
>you hear about or discuss móving their relics is
>what surprises me!
Well, the relics of three Metropolitans of Moscow were translated on this
day, if I understood the calendar correctly last night. For whatever
reason, there are translations all over the calendar. It gets commemmorated.
> > Whenever relics are translated or opened (or
> > rediscovered), the date of it
> > is remembered and commemorated in the calendar.
>Ah, I think I see: these are ancient or at least
>historical translations. You're not doing it now;
>just commemorating past events. That makes more
It's something that we still do, as far as I know, but it's not something
that happens very often.