Category: Christmas

The Paradoxes of Christmas

“There are many paradoxes and seeming impossibilities in the Incarnation. They cannot be fully solved, so they claim our reverence.” – Monsignor Charles Pope

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The Word and Silence

In the Nativity of the Lord, the cries of the world, the cries of the human heart, and the cries of God coincide.  These shared

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An Unusual Christmas

“Suddenly, in this small trailer, without any of the usual bells and whistles, I felt myself being led to a deeper experience of Christmas than I ever had before.” – Fr. Jeremiah Shryock

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Who is in the Manger?

“Was there something in my manger, where Jesus ought to be?” Grace Abruzzo with a poignant Christmas reflection.

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Holy Innocents: First Martyrs and Pro-Life Patron Saints

On the fourth day of Christmas, the Church gives to us a somber memorial which concretizes what could very possibly become, thanks to elves and snowmen, an overly sentimental feast of Christ’s birth. Claire Dwyer reflects on the Feast of the Holy Innocents.

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