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  • ''Dictionnaire d'Histoire et de Géographie ecclésiastiques''], vol. XIV, Paris 1960, coll. 493.494]</ref> As a diocese that is no longer residential, it is listed in the ''[[Annuario Pontificio]]''

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Pfarrei St. Martin, Olten[edit]

Dear User:Esoglou, hello! I hope this message finds you doing well. I was wondering why you changed Roman Catholic to Old Catholic here. The website of the church states that it is Roman Catholic, in addition to other sources, such as this one. Moreover, the file name of the image also indicates the church's affiliation as Roman Catholic. Would you mind reverting yourself? Thanks, AnupamTalk 07:26, 10 July 2014 (UTC)

Pvasiliadis, the uploader of your image, also uploaded an image of a detail of the imaged work and dated it as of 1521. On 24 March last, the by then dead link to the image of the detail was removed. If the imaged work is of 1521, as Pvasiliadis said, then it obviously is not in the Roman Catholic St Martin's church in Olten, which is little more than a century old, but in the historic "town church", which, since the "schmerzlichen konfessionellen Auseinandersetzungen des Kulturkampfes", is now in Old Catholic hands. The decision to dedicate the modern church to the same saint as the church that was lost when the majority population chose the Old Catholic side, must surely have been meant as a declaration that the community attending the new building is the real continuation of that for which the old church was built. Nearly four years ago, User:Plan29 persuaded me of this. Can you prove Plan29 wrong? If you can, it would perhaps be best to do so on the article's talk page. Esoglou (talk) 12:23, 10 July 2014 (UTC)
Thanks for your reply User:Esoglou. I did not realize that there was a lengthy discussion behind the image on the talk page or that there are two churches of the same name in that city! I thank you for your corrections and will let them stand in the article. Have a great day! With regards, AnupamTalk 16:46, 10 July 2014 (UTC)

Pellegrina of a Priest[edit]

Hi! I have removed the pectoral cross from Pellegrina (Priest).svg Thanks for telling me that they don't wear pectoral crosses! John Ronn talk 07:49, 13 July 2014 (UTC)

Doctrine Section reversion (Catholic Church article)[edit]

My apologies, I inadvertently reverted your edit regarding the modes of revelation while reverting several subsequent edits. I only intended to remove problematic content from the lead, which I elaborated on in the talk page. --Zfish118 (talk) 22:38, 13 July 2014 (UTC)

Of course, it was just the kind of inadvertent mistake that I often make and that I hope trouble others as little as this one. Esoglou (talk) 07:19, 14 July 2014 (UTC)

Barnabas[edit]

I just started reading the article on Barnabas. In the second paragraph in the section Barnabas#Biblical narrative, we see the following two sentences:

"Barnabas is one of the first teachers of the church at Antioch (Acts 13:1). Barnabas was a Levite."

These two sentences seem a bit choppy. I'm wondering whether they could be combined without causing a problem with the meaning. I don't know if the present tense is necessary in the first sentence.

  • A Levite, Barnabas was one of the first teachers of the church at Antioch (Acts 13:1), or
  • One of the first teachers of the church at Antioch (Acts 13:1), Barnabas was a Levite.

I think the second version goes better with what follows it.

Alternatively, the second sentence might be combined with the next sentence. What do you think? CorinneSD (talk) 20:25, 14 July 2014 (UTC)

It needs more radical change than that. Why start by saying that he was one of the first teachers of the church at Antioch? That happened later, both in time and in the order of the chapters of Acts. He (later) became one of the first teachers of the church at Antioch. As he still later became a travelling missionary. And who says that the land that he sold was in his native Cyprus rather than near where he was living? Maybe it was in Cyprus, but what source says so? Certainly not Acts. It would be better to start with something like: Barnabas, a native of Cyprus and a Levite, is first mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as a member of the early Christian community in Jerusalem who sold some land that he owned and gave the proceeds to the community (Acts 4:36-37). Esoglou (talk) 07:38, 15 July 2014 (UTC)

Quit it[edit]

Per Marauder's request not to use edit summaries alone, I'm telling you, on your talk page, that you need to stop this tendentious editing. Wikipedia is not here to promote your personal point of view on homosexuality. However strongly you feel about the topic, you are still subject to Wikipedia policy. Don't insert your personal opinions. Don't insert frivolous tags. Don't insert gratuitous quotations. when adequate paraphrases are already there. –Roscelese (talkcontribs) 18:33, 16 July 2014 (UTC)

I hope you do indeed agree that Wikipedia is not here to promote anyone's personal point of view on homosexuality. It is better that you discuss on the article's talk page the "adequacy" of your personal paraphrases that depart from and even contradict the sources, and the "non-frivolous seriousness" of your blanket deletions, based, to judge by your edit summaries, on your strong feelings about other editors even more than on your strong feelings about the subject. Esoglou (talk) 10:14, 17 July 2014 (UTC)

LGBT rights in Croatia[edit]

Esoglou, I find it desperately sad that you have to sneak around the pages of wikipedia deliberately searching out edits that I've made so that you can "correct" them for the greater glory of the Roman Catholic Church. Can I say that you are doing no favours for anyone by acting as an apologist for an organisation that has caused untold misery by humiliating and discriminating against gay people around the world and can certainly stand up for itself. The facts can speak for themselves - ghastly as they are. They don't need to be spun each time. Incidentally, I remember seeing something on your talkpage once that suggested you were a Roman Catholic priest operating in a parish in New Zealand. Can you confirm/ deny that? Contaldo80 (talk) 09:27, 30 July 2014 (UTC)