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Sunday, December 25, 2005
Christmas 2005: Urbi et Orbi
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I finish my Christmas blogging today with a link to the Urbi et Orbi (to the city and the world) address by Pope Benedict XVI for Christmas Day. May His words help lead us all closer to Christ, the Lord.

Some of his words from his address:

"At Christmas we contemplate God made man, divine glory hidden beneath the poverty of a Child wrapped in swaddling clothes and laid in a manger; the Creator of the Universe reduced to the helplessness of an infant. Once we accept this paradox, we discover the Truth that sets us free and the Love that transforms our lives. On Bethlehem Night, the Redeemer becomes one of us, our companion along the precarious paths of history. Let us take the hand which he stretches out to us: it is a hand which seeks to take nothing from us, but only to give.

"With the shepherds let us enter the stable of Bethlehem beneath the loving gaze of Mary, the silent witness of his miraculous birth. May she help us to experience the happiness of Christmas, may she teach us how to treasure in our hearts the mystery of God who for our sake became man; and may she help us to bear witness in our world to his truth, his love and his peace."

Image Source: MSNBC

1 comments:

del_button December 27, 2005 at 5:07 AM
marie said...

I love coming to this blog and reading about all elements of our Faith.

I saw our beloved Pope Benedict XVI on the TV wearing some sort of 'santa hat' he looked SO cute!

I felt I could almost here him chuckling as the photographers were snapping away.....

Thankyou moneybags for a wonderful blog.

Peace of Christ to you

Marie

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