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OMG HPPY TRKY DY <3

November 24th, 2010, Promulgated by Gen

In what I can only imagine to be some kind of appeal to the younger crowd, the folks at St. Anne Church have wished everyone a blessed Thanksgiving in their language of instant messaging abbreviations. BFF is “best friends forever” unless I’m overlooking some obvious meaning more relevant to a parish’s Thanksgiving message . . .

So to all my BFF’s, you the readers, I wish a happy and relaxing Thanksgiving!

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8 Responses to “OMG HPPY TRKY DY <3”

  1. avatar Anonymous says:

    Bring Fast Food?

  2. avatar Anonymous says:

    BFF = bring food fool.

  3. avatar Ink says:

    No, see. She’s clearly showing her appreciation for Bishop Farrah Fawcett.

  4. avatar Anonymous says:

    You all have it wrong. BFF really means Bishop Forever Forgotten.

  5. avatar Sister Emily says:

    ANON. 6:50PM. Brilliant! Too bad Gen didn’t make this a contest.

  6. avatar Bill B. says:

    Think of these younger Catholics… St. Matthew’s Catholic Church here in Charlotte, NC have the difficult problem of repairing $200k damage from a fire on the roof. Christmas decorations weent up! Their parish is 28,000 strong; mostly northern and western folks who moved here. We could send them our old churches, since they left ours are un-needed. If they came home to snow country we may have to re-open ours! 28k parishioners…Wow. Back on the bus soon to cold country to read about what’s going on. Pray for the congregation here in NC.

  7. avatar Irondequoit Mom says:

    Does anyone know of a mass on THanksgiving Day that is not at 9 am? We missed St. Stan’s at 9:30, and searching several bulletins, I find that webster churches, brighton churches, IRQT churches are all at 9 am….Boy this clustering and getting everyone to do the same thing is great isnt it?

  8. avatar Anonymous says:

    There is a 10:00 A.M. Mass at Christ the King Church; however, it’s in Ann Arbor Michigan. Unfortunately there aren’t many Mass times other than 9 A.M. in our diocese.


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