Sunday, April 1, 2007

Beatus Qui Venit in Nomine Domini


Greensboro Teach-In said...

On this night before the night of Passover, this one was fun to find:

"Beatus Qui Venit in Nomine Domini" means, Blessed is He who cometh in the name of the Lord.

I suppose you posted this to welcome the Prophet Elijah who comes the night of Passover to announce the coming of the Messiah! How poly-religious of you :)

A Zissan Easter, David, to you and your family (noto bene: "A Zissan Pesach" means A sweet Passover and is the traditional greeting.

This was a lot of fun.

David Wharton said...

Thank you Sue! And the same to you and your family.