Day: December 24, 2018


A Nativity Scene (Credit: Jeff Krause of Flickr; CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

4 Ways Evangelical Protestants Curiously Turn Catholic Every Christmas

. . .for some Protestants, these points won’t apply because they share these devotional practices with Catholics all year round. . .

. . .but for other Protestants, mostly evangelicals and fundamentalists, who are normally very critical of Catholic devotional practices, here is some friendly food for thought. . .

from ChurchPOP

Live Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament – Adorecast
Why Was Jesus Born When & Where He Was? – Msgr. Charles Pope, Community in Mission
Sheep Steals Baby Jesus. . .Mary’s Having None of That! – Connecticut Catholic Corner
The Beautiful Polish Tradition of Breaking Bread on Christmas Eve – Philip Kosloski, Aleteia
The Most Important Things at Christmas – Msgr. Charles Pope, Community in Mission
An Uilleann Christmas Wish – Cream City Catholic
The Invasion of Time by Eternity: The Birth of Christ – Melanie Jean Juneau, Catholic Stand
Entering Into the True Christmas Joy –  Fr. Nnamdi Moneme O.M.V., Catholic Exchange
On Christmas Matins – Aelredus Rievallensis, Canticum Salomonis
Christmas & Its Octave (GA 3. 11 – 15) – 
Evergreens & Their Christian Symbolism – Margaret R. Realy Obl. O.S.B., The Cthlc GardenerNote: A new post is published daily at 12:01 am U.S. Central Time