[mou] mou-net Digest, Vol 221, Issue 3

Diana M. Rankin dmrankin at northlc.com
Thu Nov 29 13:12:26 CST 2007

Pastor Schirmacher -- Christmas BEGINS on Dec. 24, at midnight. Until 
then it is Advent.

Nevertheless, the bird I see most frequently on holiday greetings is the dove.

Diana Rankin

At 12:00 PM 11/29/2007, you wrote:
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>Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 11:37:21 -0600
>From: "Pastor Al Schirmacher" <pastoral at princetonfreechurch.net>
>Subject: [mou] Christmas Bird
>To: <mnbird at lists.mnbird.net>, <mou-net at moumn.org>,
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>As we enter the Christmas season (please don't tell me we're not, I'm
>already working on my first Christmas season sermon for Sunday 12/2), which
>bird best symbolizes Christmas for you?
>And which are you most likely to see on Christmas cards?  I know some of you
>tabulated these in past years!
>Al Schirmacher
>Princeton, MN
>Mille Lacs & Sherburne Counties
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