Friday, January 06, 2017

Seeing The Light

The Feast of the Epiphany, that concludes the Christmas season, is above all a celebration of Light. Let us remember that light and keep it in our hearts as we face the gathering darkness of this year.

Links

Reflections On The Readings For The Feast Of The Epiphany Of Our Lord
Bishop Bambera’s Reflection for the Epiphany of the Lord « THE DIOCESE OF SCRANTON

6 comments:

  1. In researching the Christian Feast of Epiphany (the meaning of which was obscure to me), I discovered that it is what was known to me as Twelfth Night, Three Kings Day or Dia de los Tres Reyes Magos. I also discovered that coming up we have Plough Monday! [Click] I learn something every day if I’m not careful.

    —Alan

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    1. You've gotta watch out for that. LOL

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  2. I just sent this to my Rep and Senators in Congress:

    What I need to know is, given the now-confirmed Russian interference in our election, why are we going forward with the Inauguration? Wouldn't that mean "it worked" and encourage more of the same?

    The President-elect says that the CIA is wrong and Russia is fine. How is that not a form of treason?

    I am not asking rhetorically and I am not just blowing off steam. I am truly concerned about this and need some way to comprehend why the Inauguration isn't being stopped.

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    1. I agree with you, Listener. It doesn't make any sense.

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