Monthly Archives: December 2011

Lo How a Rose E’re Blooming- A Story About Christmas Promises

As I take a second week off from professional responsibilities and focus on the profound mysteries of the Incarnation and on time with family and friends, I thought it proper to post a second Christmas story of mine, this one … Continue reading

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Seeing Through the Snow

For decades, my mother had a photograph, taken of my younger brother Clancy and me, aged about 4 and 6.  Every winter, sometimes at Christmas, she would take it out and we would all look at it together and remember, … Continue reading

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On Advent and Christmas: Counter-Culturalism and the Gospel of Bill

Why is it that, when it comes to the most sacred season of the year for Christians, we in the churches can point to almost nothing that separates us from the secular society in how we celebrate Christmas? Oh, I’m … Continue reading

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