Re: Calendar dates for 1999
Daniel Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>The easiest thing to do is start up emacs and load up calendar.
And if I had emacs installed, and if I'd learnt how to use it, I'm sure
I'd try that... ;)
>Whitsunday is British for Pentecost; Whitmonday is British for "Monday
>after Pentecost" - some Canadian Anglican churches also use this
Ah, I suspected as much. Thanks.
>I'll challenge you on this one [Rogation Sunday] - I think you had it
>wrong in 1998.
(It wasn't actually me who compiled the calendar files last year...
This is my first time ;) )
Thanks for the corrections.
White pages entry, with PGP key: <URL:http://alethea.ukc.ac.uk/wp?95cpb4>
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