Monday, December 24, 2007

Merry Christmas!

Evening Prayer has been prayed, the children are nestled all snug in their beds...well, Jack is yelling and singing in his crib, but he's got a weird, nasty virus; Eliana is wheezing and hacking; Mikayla doesn't feel good and her best friend has strep; but I do believe Olivia is sound asleep. Santa is on his way to our house, and Marjorie is preparing for him in the other room (let the reader understand). So I'm here for a few minutes, wishing all of you a blessed and peaceful Nativity Feast.

I'll be on the road for about a week, but I hope to post here once or twice. If not, enjoy the feast and the Twelve Days.

May our Incarnate Lord Jesus Christ keep you in His grace and mercy.

4 comments :

  1. Doorman-Priest said...

    And belated season's greetings to you and yours too.

  2. necessaryroughness.org said...

    Amen, Come, Lord Jesus.

    Merry Christmass.

  3. Dixie said...

    Christ is born!

    Hope you and your family are enjoying a wonderful feast celebrating the Incarnation.

    Now...how did that Christmas sermon go?

    I attended two Roman Catholic masses offered by priests serving the homeless in Phoenix (Andre House). Both the staff and the homeless attended. Neither homily was longer than five minutes but both were very good...especially encouraging for the specific situation.

  4. Pastor J. Gutz said...

    Congrats on your article in Touchstone. Keep up the good work. You'll have to autograph my issue.