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Celebrating The Birth Of Christ!

Celebrating The Birth Of Christ!

Do your part to remind the ‘world’ that Jesus is the reason for the season. 

  1. Listen to Christmas carols on your CD player or radio. Not just Christmas folk songs like “Frosty the Snowman,” or “Jingle Bells — which are actually songs about winter itself; not Christmas, though they are only sung around Christmas — ” but, actual Christ-centered carols, such as “Silent Night,” “Joy to the World,” “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” etc.
  2. Learn to play or to sing a Christmas carol, either one you already like, or a new one to you.
  3. Display Nativity scenes, large and small.
  4. Read and/or display the Nativity stories from either of the Gospels according to St. Matthew or St. Luke.
  5. Donate to charities. The best Birthday Present we can give Our Lord, is by our giving to those most in need. Jesus said, “What you do to [or for] the least of these children, you do to Me!”
  6. Attend Church. When we celebrate a loved one’s birthday, we make an effort to visit that person. We do not have the birthday party without the birthday boy/girl, and Our Lord should be no exception to this general rule.
  7. Give religious Christmas cards to family or friends who celebrate Christmas.
  8. Greet others, wishing them “Merry Christmas,” not the politically correct “Happy Holidays,” or “Season’s Greetings.
  9. Talk with neighbors, family and friends about the importance of Christ and of His birth. Imagine what it was like for Mary and Joseph anticipating the coming of the Savior, Messiah, The King of Kings, promised for so many years.