Friday, December 07, 2007

It's that time of year again....

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When Protestants go bonkers with "idol worship" and place many graven images in their front yards. Okay, maybe that did sound a bit harsh, but believe me it's not my intent or in any way what I'm implying. They're good folks who love Jesus. I used to be one, so I know from whence I speak. I say, YAY for the statuary! Hallelujah! It's so . . .
Catholic of them! : )
And for just a few weeks we're all sort of on the same page...
kind of a way.

God bless us, everyone!
And may we bless God with brotherly love and true devotion to our Faith!
Be the best Evangelical you can be or the best Methodist, Baptist or Nazarene, etc.
But we as Catholics, while proclaiming with Holy Mother Church where the Fullness of Truth is, had best be living our faith out very fact we should GLOW with this fullness, for we partake of the Eucharist and have Jesus directly enter us each and every day if we go to daily Mass. Let's love the Mass and live the Mass for all the world to see!
We love our separated brethren so much.
I just want my Evangelical friends to know I love them all, and only want them to know the FULLNESS of Christ in HIS CHURCH!

and He comes to us and into us EVERYDAY at Mass!

Talk about the real meaning of the word Awesome!

Let's not only put CHRIST back in Christmas, but as I read on the CHNI forums,
Let's put MASS back in Christmas, too!

After all, it is the birthday of Jesus, not us. Don't go overboard with gift-giving. Let's give Him the gift of putting MASS back in Christmas.
Let our Protestant brothers and sisters know where the real roots of this holiday start. Encourage them to come to Mass with you. At least invite them to come celebrate Christ on His birthday, with HIS CHURCH, that He established some 2000 years ago...

The Catholic Church.

Let us


Love the Mass.

Live the Mass.

1 comment:

WhiteStoneNameSeeker said...

We make our decorations as Catholic as possible-nativity scene, O' Antiphons, Madonna and child;
God bless -enjoy it all.