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Christmas with the Holy Fathers Author: Peter Celano
Title: Christmas with the Holy Fathers
ISBN: 1557256039
ISBN13: 978-1557256034
Other Formats: mobi mbr lrf doc
Pages: 121 pages
Publisher: Paraclete Press (November 1, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Size PDF version: 1748 kb
Size EPUB version: 1710 kb
Subcategory: Christian Living

Spend this Christmas in the good company of the Holy Fathers

“I am an old Christmas person and cannot imagine a more spiritual and impressive way than spending the Christmas season with the popes. This is a marvelous book to give anyone who has a real sense of the Church and of the significance of the teachings of the bishops of Rome. I highly recommend it.”

—Fr. Benedict J. Groeschel, C.F.R.Author & TV host on EWTN

There is nothing more beautiful than the Christmas season as it is celebrated at St. Peter’s Basilica and throughout Vatican City. The dark nights, glowing candles, incense and music infuse the season with the spirit of God. This book will help you mark the events of the season. Guided by the Holy Fathers, you will hear the meaning of Advent, honor the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, adore with the shepherds on Christmas Eve, experience the morning of the Nativity itself, listen to a call to holiness on Christmas Night, understand the mystery of suffering on St. Stephen’s Day, crown the Virgin as the Mother of God, and with the Magi, worship the Christ Child.

“The yearly return of Advent offers to us a sequence of days in which we may turn our thoughts to a particularly rich series of events touching on the drama of our Redemption. Each event discloses a mystery, since in each case we find that what is played out on the stage of our own history reaches through the scrim that veils eternity from time, and presents to us mortals, in effect, the Love of God at work. The whole season bids us reflect on the coming of God’s Love to us in the person of His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ our Lord….”

—Thomas Howard, from the Foreword