Posts Tagged Christmas

Merry Christmas, Kwanzaa, or Longhu6: Take your pick

Posted 26 December 2010 by
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Love in the Ruins

The child of Kwanzaa has grown up and left home to find its way in the world. How long will it take for Disney to create a storyline about a Wise Community Leader visiting children on a chariot pulled by impalas to encourage them to be good? For most people, it does not make any difference whether it is Christmas, Kwanzaa, or Longhu6.

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The manger and the myth

Posted 11 December 2010 by
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Nativity Icon

On Weekend Edition Saturday on December 11, 2010, there was a story about views about the Nativity of Jesus Christ on opposite sides of the Lincoln Tunnel. Atheists, on the New Jersey side, said “You know it’s a myth.” Roman Catholics, on the New York side, said “You know it’s real.” To both sides, I have an answer for you.

Yes.

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The end of the Christmas season

Posted 2 February 2010 by
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Madonna and Child

“Master, now you are dismissing your servant in peace.” February 2 is the Feast of the Presentation. This feast celebrates the presentation of Jesus for the blessing given to a firstborn son 40 days after birth. Since Jesus is the light of the world, it became customary to bless your candles for the upcoming year [...]

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