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Why Advent kicks my spiritual ulcer into high gear.
Patience is an odd virtue, and hard to practice, because the best way to “do” it is by “not doing” anything.
Christians in the early Church thought December 25th was the actual day of Christ’s birth, and they had good reasons for thinking so.
The traditions associated with Christmas serve as important stabilizers in our ever changing world.
You're not alone! It's a crazy time of year for everyone. Now what was I supposed to get for our parish's Giving Tree again?
The Infant Jesus does not lack companions in Syria; thousands of children who have lost their homes are living in tents as poor as the stable in Bethlehem.
The 3rd Sunday of Advent is about joy, so it's fitting Pope Francis' most recent document was all about evangelizing through joy.
The penitential nature of Advent is too often obscured, but it makes an excellent pretext for us introverts to play Scrooge so we can be left alone.
As Julian of Norwich articulated 700 years ago, God is there in the simple, the common, the homely. Translation: You can prepare for Advent while changing your kids' diapers.