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Christmas Merry-thon Editorial: I Believe in Santa Claus

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about faith recently.  About my faith and my religion and how I practice it.  Or, rather, how I’ve failed to practice it for so long.  592 more words


God Qualifies the Chosen

“God does not call the qualified, he qualifies the chosen.”  This is something that over the past several months, I have had to remember.  I am not perfect, nor will I ever be.   268 more words


Dec. 20 Day 5 Solemn Christmas Novena– O Clavis David-O Key of David

The fourth of seven Great “O” Antiphons of the liturgy, that date back to the seventh or eighth century. These antiphons are chanted or recited at Vespers, or Evening Prayer, the Antiphon before the Magnificat. 288 more words


Christmas story 2

An art student living in Preston has raised over £21,000 for a homeless man, after she says he offered her his last £3 so that she could get a taxi home safely.

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Christmas story 1

A pub in north London has been overwhelmed by support after their offer to feed the homeless a Christmas dinner went viral.

The William IV pub, on Shepherdess Walk, Islington, tweeted earlier this week: “This Sunday.

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House of Prayer

Make of me a house of prayer,
With doors wide open
To the visitation of Your Saints,
That being, in my small capacity,
Prophet, priest and king, 63 more words

All Things Catholic

While This Low Earth

While this low earth was filled with sadness,
All heaven was jubilant with gladness,
As broke the joyous Christmas morning long ago;
When Christ was born for our salvation, 170 more words