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I haven't blogged much this week, but do invite you to enjoy my little lamb a/k/a my five year old. For once, I actually enjoyed the Children's Mass.
See also my post on Epiphany.
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Thanks once more for hosting! I didn't get a chance to write anything on the beautiful feat of the Holy Family, so just share my brief Christmas reflection.ReplyDelete
A very Blessed New year!!
Thanks! Tabb Centenary Year LXIX: Five poems by Rev. John B. Tabb on Christmas, and Tabb Centenary Year LXX: Five quatrains by Rev. John B. Tabb, concluding the Father Tabb Centenary Year.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, RAnn and to all!ReplyDelete
From all of us at WBN, Merry Christmas!
* Office Santa
* Linus and the True Meaning of Christmas
* Phillip Allen: When I Became A Man
* The Word was born of the Virgin Mary