Pope says these simple songs can actually help us understand the greatest mystery of all time
Christmas carols can help those who listen to them to understand “the love and wonder of what happened in Bethlehem 2,000 years ago,” Pope Francis reflected today.
He made this simple point when he received in audience a choir of Italian children at the Vatican.
Indeed, the pontiff said, by becoming a child, God has drawn near to mankind to show them his “infinite tenderness.”
The pope explained that singing is a “simple and effective” way to “thank God for all the good that He gives us.”
Here are two beautiful reflections on Christmas carols to help you look at them in a different — and deeper — way:
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