User talk:MiguelJoseErnst

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Hello, MiguelJoseErnst! I'm ulayiti, and I'd like to welcome you to Wikipedia! Thanks for your contributions, and I hope you'll like the place enough to stay. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

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High and Sung Mass[edit]

Hi there. I did some work on Sung Mass and looked at High Mass as well. I couldn't help but notice some odd parallels:

The Sung Mass is in many ways an aberration. It was intended for use in non-Catholic countries where the services of a deacon or a subdeacon (or clergy to fill these parts in the ceremony of the Mass) were not easily had. It was intended to be used in place of Solemn Mass on Sundays and major feast days.
The High Mass is in many ways an aberration. It was intended for use in non-Catholic countries where the services of a deacon & subdeacon (or clergy to fill these parts in the ceremony of the Mass) were not easily had. It was intended to be used in place of Solemn Mass on Sundays and major feast days.

As a layman, I find all the different masses quite confusing. Can we have some overview or something? Also, some might say that calling them "aberration" is subjective. Rl 20:05, 20 August 2005 (UTC)

Thank you for the explanation. Maybe you can briefly explain the term so the laymen (most people who use Wikipedia) understands the meaning of this term in this context (something like "was in many ways an aberration and was not approved by the Holy See until about two hundred years ago.") ? Oh, and since you seem to be a rare expert on the subject, can you add a reference or two so readers and other editors know where they can learn more? Rl 07:06, 27 August 2005 (UTC)

I fixed your user page, your Spanish needs more work Conquistador. Don't be discouraged though!-- 07:09, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

The Red & the Blue[edit]

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Image copyright problem with Image:Penn_pennant.jpg[edit]

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Assumption of Mary[edit]

Hi, you are probably right about the image. Please see the talk page there, and provide a reference if available. Thanks. History2007 (talk) 13:44, 17 August 2008 (UTC)

Fight on, Pennsylvania![edit]

Please do not re-add the lyrics to this article. As you note in the article, the lyrics are copyrighted and copyrighted material cannot be added to Wikipedia - see the Terms of Use you agreed to when you created the article. Thanks, Sparthorse (talk) 19:10, 23 October 2011 (UTC)

Then how are people supposed to know what the lyrics are? — Preceding unsigned comment added by MiguelJoseErnst (talkcontribs)

You could link to a site that has the lyrics on them, if one exists, or reference a book that contains them. However you must not add copyrighted material to Wikipedia articles. Continuing to do so is disruptive and could lead to you being blocked from editing, to protect the encyclopedia. Thanks, Sparthorse (talk) 19:15, 23 October 2011 (UTC)

Sadly, none of the school's websites have the full lyrics. BUT, I just did some double checking. "The Houston Club" was disbanded in 1929 and replaced by the Houston Hall Board--a separate entity. (paragraph 11). The name is sometimes used as a nickname for the student union (the wiki article on Houston Hall confirms this), but the corporate entity legally bearing that name no longer exists. The book I quoted from was published in 1924. If the Houston Club was abolished in 1929 then the copyright could not have been renewed. According to Cornell's Copyright Information Center website (, the song is now be in the public domain. I will put the lyrics back up, but with an explanation. If you deem this is not enough, then I assume you will remove it and I will leave it be until I can find out any more.

Nomination of Fight on, Pennsylvania! for deletion[edit]

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