Monday, December 24, 2007

Preparing To Celebrate the Catholic Liturgical "12 Days" of Christmas

There is always a segment of the Catholic and Anglican Blogsphere that does a great job of reminding us that there is season of Advent and lets not rush into Christmas during the first weeks of Dec. Christams Time is a season of the Church. Though a very short one. I have to admit I have not embraced and delved into the full spirit of it as I should. I start out great with the Feast of the Holy Innocents and the Saint Stephen, Martyr. However it goes down hill from there.

I just finished printing out and bookmarking a excellent and beautiful post that From Burke to Kirk and Beyond... has done. Go see 12 Days of Christmas! I am putting this on the fridge to remind me and inpsire me to get into the season.

2 comments:

Tertium Quid said...

Many thanks for the link!

Here are links to prior years:

http://burketokirk.blogspot.com/2006/12/12-days-of-christmas.html

http://burketokirk.blogspot.com/2006/01/jan-3-4-and-5-10th-11th-and-12th-days.html

http://burketokirk.blogspot.com/2005/12/dont-be-blue-there-are-12-days-of.html

God bless y'all!

liturgy said...

“In Mary God has grown small to make us great.”
St. Ephrem (d. 373)

Christmas blessings from one blog to another
Bosco Peters
http://www.liturgy.co.nz