The Great Light guiding the Magi to Christ encountered the brightest Light of all-Christ the Lord, in the manger at Bethlehem.
By now, most of us have had a chance to celebrate this Holy time marking the birth of our Savior.
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Saint John has been busy doing what some of us find to be a chore during the Christmas season. He has been writing letters. His letters are quite a bit different from some of the Christmas letters we may have received from friends and relatives.
I am amazed each year that something extraordinary comes over the world on Christmas, something that touches millions of people, anyone whose heart is open …
Happy and Holy Christmas to you all! I hope the Peace of Jesus has come to your home and remains!
It was a weekday Advent mass that I remember using a saying from St. John of the Cross that offers one more meaning to our celebration of Christmas Eve. First and foremost, we are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, the son of God who came to live among us as a man. But John of the Cross fleshed it out for me when he said, “where there is no love, put love and you will draw out love.”