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Lectionary Sermon for Christmas 1C, 30 December 2018 on Luke 2: 41-52

For me, the Church part of Christmas day seems a bit disconnected from what follows. Familiar Bible readings, carols, some artificial props to remind us of the Manger scene, and for families anxious to get back to family gatherings, with … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on Christmas Parables by Rosalie Sugrue

(Note from Bill: Rosalie has invited me to post her article on my site. I am happy to do so – and invite comments from the readers.) Christmas Parables Leader: The most memorable teachings are conveyed by stories. Jesus never … Continue reading

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