an After abortion: "And That's What Christmas Is All About, Charlie Brown"

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Thursday, December 25, 2014

"And That's What Christmas Is All About, Charlie Brown"

Let's also pray for these folks, and all those like them. They're losing their possessions, their dignity, their safety and in some cases their lives, because of their belief in that very Saviour.

Next, one perhaps oft-repeated, true-story tribute, but one that's new to me:

The last frame of that youtube gives some of the true history, of the author and of the narrator, Fr. Ted Berndt, but also read the Snopes full versions of the original poem by Lance Corporal James Schmidt.

Last but not least, just close your eyes (nothing to see with this one) and absorb the beauty of the sound:

"And the soul felt its worth," indeed.

We wish all a blessed Christmas.

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