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Celebrating the Feast of St. Stephen With Good King Wenceslas PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - January 21, 2016 ... martyr, who's life and death is accounted for us in Acts 6 and 7 . Well, a popular Christmas carol gives us a helpful reminder. Listen via the YouTube video below. Follow along with the lyrics underneath. Good King Wenceslas looked out On the feast of Stephen When the snow lay round about Deep and crisp and even Brightly shone the moon that night Though the frost was cruel When a poor man came in sight Gath'ring winter fuel "Hither, page, and stand by me If thou know'st it, ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2009/12/celebrating-feast-of-st-stephen-with.html

Resources for Advent PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - January 21, 2016 http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2006/12/resources-for-advent.html

Music for Saint Stephen's Day RECTA RATIO - December 26, 2015 Saint Stephen by Magpie Lane https://youtu.be/stjBk0amoAM Good King Wenceslaus by The Irish Rovers https://youtu.be/11GlNvi7hPY The Wren Song by The Clancy Brothers https://youtu.be/BOpwRsowgP8 The Wren In the Furze by The Chieftains https://youtu.be/MyA1zKBUhxM The Bells Of Dublin by The Chieftains https://youtu.be/NntWFDQxoY4 The Wexford Carol by Loreena McKennitt https://youtu.be/http://rectaratio.blogspot.com/2015_12_20_archive.html#4768531813159639545

Whoever Endures YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - December 25, 2015 Feast of Saint Stephen, first martyr When they heard this, they were infuriated, and they ground their teeth at him. But he, filled with the Holy Spirit, looked up intently to heaven and saw the glory of God and Jesus standing at the right hand of God, and he said, "Behold, I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God." But they cried out in a loud voice, covered their ears, and rushed upon him together. Acts 7:54-57 "Brother will hand ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/12/whoever-endures.html

A Christmas Round Up SERVANT AND STEWARD - December 24, 2015 ... facets of the celebrations of Christmas I have seen in the last couple of days that might be of interest to you: The story of the first Christmas carol in North America and saint who wrote it , by Matthew Archbold The myth of the pagan origins of Christmas , by Daniel Lattier 3 ways to sanctify Christmas Day Why Christmas is celebrated at night , by Msgr. Charles Pope The untold story of the Pope behind the famous Christmas Truce of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/AnwEBCBiINM/a-christmas-round-up.html

A Thrill of Hope! The Weary World Rejoices THESE STONE WALLS - December 23, 2015 ... to Bethlehem to seek clarity in the chaos. The Nativity account of the Gospel according to Saint Luke has saved me this Christmas. Or at least it has saved Christmas for me. My 22nd consecutive Christmas in prison has been the most challenging, has felt the most empty, the most outwardly dismal, and devoid of any signs that it really is Christmas. I think the primary reason for that might be the Draconian ban on Christmas cards that took effect this year. Usually at this time ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/1jxRJnaOq9Y/

Dr. Seuss & How the Secular Humanist Stole Christmas CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 21, 2015 ... clichés that attempt justification. The real problem is that the spiritual element of the season has been lost. As can be seen in other holy days crafted into holidays, the things that the Church has established as upright are the very things modernity tends to turn upside-down. Instead of Easter commemorating the most significant event in human history, it is about a most insignificant pastel bunny. Instead of Valentine's Day commemorating the patron saint of love, it is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/q011TVXSIGg/dr-seuss-how-the-secular-humanist-stole-christmas

The Story of the First Christmas Carol in North America and the Saint Who Wrote It CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - December 20, 2015 Saint Jean de Brebeuf was born in France in 1593 and became a Jesuit missionary who arrived in North America in 1625 to evangelize Native Americans. Amazingly, he lived among the Huron people for over 15 years. In order to help the Huron understand Christmas, he wrote a verse in the language of the Huron and coupled it with a traditional French tune. This was the first Christmas Carol of North America and it has become known as "The ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2015/12/the-story-of-first-christmas-carol-in.html

The Story of the First Christmas Carol in North America and the Saint Who Wrote It THE DAILY REGISTER BLOGS FROM THE ARCHBOLDS - December 20, 2015 By Matthew Archbold Saint Jean de Brebeuf was born in France in 1593 and became a Jesuit missionary who arrived in North America in 1625 on a mission to evangelize Native Americans. Amazingly, he lived among the Huron people for over 15 years....http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/NCRegister/TheArchbolds/~3/ZlSe2SCkihs/the-story-of-the-first-christmas-carol-in-north-america-and-the-saint-who-w

Homily - 20 December 2015 - The Fourth Sunday of Advent SERVANT AND STEWARD - December 19, 2015 ... than it does a hilly countryside. Even with the assistance of Saint Joseph, the journey Mary undertook to visit her kinswoman would have been a difficult one, even if she were not pregnant. Why, then, did she set out in haste? Before we answer this question, we must remember that the Church has always looked to Our Lady as the model of what the Church is to be, both as the entire People of God and as individual members of the faithful. In other words, whatever Mary does serves ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/YgW8Nxp71HA/homily-20-december-2015-fourth-sunday.html

Lussinatt: The Vigil of Saint Lucy MAN WITH BLACK HAT - December 12, 2015 There are many saints remembered in December (other than Saint Nicholas , of course). Whether by the accident of tradition, or by design, some of them have been awarded with a connection to the Christmastide celebration. Saint Lucy (283–304) received the crown of martyrdom during the Diocletian persecution. She is one of seven women aside from the Virgin Mary who appears in the Roman Canon. Her name is from the Latin word for "light," and she ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2015/12/lussinatt-vigil-of-saint-lucy.html