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Dtmccameron Dtmccameron is offline

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  1. Shin
    Dec 25, '12 8:25 pm
    Shin
    I pray you have a Merry Christmas!
  2. Shin
    Jan 18, '10 9:54 pm
    Shin
    Things are well with me. I'm starting a new forum, a sort of refugee camp for people who can't take the heat here, and more dedicated towards the saints and lighter discussion.

    Hope it will work out, God's will one way or the other. Stop by if you can. You're invited.
  3. Shin
    Jan 18, '10 9:53 pm
    Shin
    'There is a new wonder in heaven and on earth: God is on earth and man is in heaven.'

    St. Thalassios the Libyan



    How's it going my friend?
  4. Sherriesalinas
    Oct 13, '09 10:45 pm
    Sherriesalinas
    Dear Dtmccameron Oops! I came by to say hi and Godbless. I typed Shin's name when I meant to type yours. Sorry. I stopped by to say hi to Shin too. Godbless you both!
  5. Sherriesalinas
    Oct 13, '09 10:38 pm
    Sherriesalinas
    Dear Shin wanted to stop by and say hi. Godbless you.
  6. Shin
    Oct 4, '09 8:51 pm
    Shin
    We're having a discussion on 'Introduction to the Devout Life' in the Book Club! Why not join us?

    'One single day of devotion is preferable to a thousand years of worldly life.'

    St. Francis de Sales
  7. Shin
    Mar 5, '09 2:56 pm
    Shin
    Heheheh, you are a riot! Good man!

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