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  • Keep a Catholic Christmas

    The other night, while driving in a suburb of what used to be known as Steel City, we noticed that nearly all of the home Christmas lights had been taken down, and put away. The houses had lost their Christmas glow and warmth, and appeared bare and plain, set as they were against the dark winter sky; but as we pulled…

  • The Infant King

    As the Church continues its Octave of the Nativity, which is one long Christmas day, thoughts about the Infant King cross the mind. Catholic devotion to Jesus Christ in His babyhood is long and rich. It has shown itself in Nativity sets, and paintings, statues, prayer, song, and poetry. Fish Eaters report that: Devotion to the Infant Jesus is another aspect of…

  • Continuing Christmas

    Since we are in the Octave of Christmas, eight days of Christmas day, let us keep the festivities going (contrary to the World); and in that spirit, I wish you a Merry Christmas! ~SCF ~Image (top of post): winter fun in Williamsburg, VA, picture by ATF