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He who places his hope on thee, O Virgin all-glorious, will prosper in all he does.
Visibilium,Thank you for the add. I have returned the courtesy at:http://molonlabe70.blogspot.com/2008/02/adding-of-new-blog-visibilium.htmlAlso wondering if you yourself are Serbian or if you just have an interest in this country. In either case you may like this piece from the 1389 Blog:http://molonlabe70.blogspot.com/2008/02/balkans-for-dummies-part-i-divorce.htmlIn Christ,Sophocles
Thanks for the link. I have nary a molecule of Serbian blood in my chemistry, but Dr. Trifkovic and Bp. Artemije piqued my interest in the Serbian question. I am familiar with the history that your blog outlines, but I would made a few minor changes--for example, amplifying the role of the Habsburgs in forcing Orthodox Slavs to become papalized Slavs--Slovenes and Croats. Even so, the posting's a great stimulus for further study.
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