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Christmas 2010

This is a short video clip from A Charlie Brown Christmas!
NB: at 0:35 seconds, Linus says: “Fear not!” At that moment, Linus drops his blanket. May this story, often repeated, and those words in particular, repeated beyond this story, be comfort enough for each of us…

Blessings to you and yours for the Christmas Season and for the Year of Our Lord 2011. Thank you for being part of this virtual community.

Whether you regard the Christmas Season as concluding on Christmas Day, Epiphany, the Baptism of the Lord, Candlemas, the Sunday following Candlemas, or are Orthodox, or Armenian, and celebrate the Incarnation on another day and see the season differently… in the Southern Hemisphere, and certainly in Aotearoa-New Zealand this is our go-slow time…

So – sometimes your comments may take longer than usual to get through moderation…

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5 Responses to Christmas 2010

  1. Feliz Navidad y un Próspero Año Nuevo.

    Amor, paz y mucha felicidad para estas Fiestas de Navidad y Año Nuevo son mis sinceros deseos.


  2. Dear, dear Bosco,

    I’ve only just got my computer back in order and thought i would check that I still can access your attractive and helpful web-site. And I’m so glad I did. I was particularly struck by your entry under ‘Naked Liturgist’. Hardly knowing quite what to expect, I was thrilled to see and hear your exposition of the *Liturgy of The Notices* – qutie, quitc brilliant! True Satire!

    I hope you weren’t too upset by this morning’s quakes. See my blog at http://kiwianglo.wordpress.com for my take on it
    Agape, Fr. Ron

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