Monday, October 11, 2010

If any of you has received an e-mail from Cardinal Egan...

The Archdiocese of New York web site has posted a warning about e-mails from Cardinal Egan emanating from an address. Apparently these e-mails are a hoax.

If you are Lithuanian or Lithuanian-American and have received e-mail from Cardian Egan stating that Our Lady of Vilnius Church will be restored, the parish will be resurrected and St. Casimir will be the new patron saint of the Archdiocese, stop singing "Valio!" and dancing in the streets immediately, because this is a hoax.

But seriously now, what do these e-mails say? Apparently the Archdiocese wants to know, too. The AD of NY's alert asks for the e-mails to be forwarded to them or to be mailed directly to Archdiocesan Chancellor, Father Gregory Mustaciuolo.

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