Feast Celebrations

Feast Celebrations

The heart of Christmas

The heart of Christmas In this time-honored tradition of Christmas Memories, OSV readers reminisce how the ...

The Christmas octave: Continuing the celebration

The Christmas octave: Continuing the celebration The seven feast days following the Nativity of the Lord aid us in our understanding of ...

The true story of a holy hero

The true story of a holy hero A new DVD illustrates how the roots of Santa Claus are found in the fourth-century ...

Life’s long journey

Life’s long journey A walk through the mall during the holidays can reveal much about the benefits of ...

Just who was the Child Jesus?

Just who was the Child Jesus? A closer look at the infant Son of God, who indeed was Lord even at birth

The anti-Barbie doll

The anti-Barbie doll Just in time for Christmas, a doll named Lammily proclaims to young girls that ...

A prickly Christmas

A prickly Christmas The annual bloom of the Christmas cactus gives rise to thoughts of Christ’s birth, ...

A kneeling Santa Claus: One powerful image

A kneeling Santa Claus: One powerful image Real joy is found when we contemplate the Christ child

A joyful feast, still

A joyful feast, still Despite its persistent attempts to spoil Christmas, this is one fight the secular ...

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