Daily Archives: December 24, 2010

My first annual origami-decorated Christmas tree!

Merry Christmas, everyone! Now that I am in a parish, I have my own Christmas tree in my office/living room, and of course, I have opted to decorate it only with origami. It’s somewhat sparsely decorated this year because I … Continue reading

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Christmas: for some, the end; for us, the beginning

Homily for Dec. 24, Christmas Eve Midnight Mass For the next twenty-for hours or so, people all over the world will be celebrating Christmas. For the stores, TV, and radio stations, Christmas Day is the end of the main part … Continue reading

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The dawn from on high shall break upon us

Homily for Dec. 24, Mass in the Morning The Canticle of Zechariah, which is our Gospel reading today, is in my opinion one of the most beautiful passages in the Gospels, both for its poetic beauty of expression and for … Continue reading

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