Tag Archive: the Nativity

Like Unto Kings: The Three Magi and the Sacrétemporal Worldview

“The Feast of the Epiphany commemorates the threefold manifestation of our Lord Jesus Christ in His earthly life, His baptism, the wedding feast of Canna, and the visit of the Magi…”

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An Ordinary Christmas: Reflections on the Gospel of Luke’s Nativity Narrative

“One of the things that strikes me most about Luke’s account of the birth of Christ, and events surrounding it, are the ordinary aspects of the story…”

What the Donkey Saw

“What was His Name? Ah, yes: Jesus. From Nazareth. It was all coming back to Avi now…He healed the sick and cleansed the lepers. He fed the poor and forgave sinners…” (Rated: G)

King and Priest and Sacrifice: “Seed of Adam”

Read about Charles’ Williams’ beautiful, powerful, confusing, and multi-layered Nativity Play called “Seed of Adam”.

Birth of a Prince

“The child now is on its way, but where shall poor young mother lay?”

Mary’s Carol

“What was it like to gaze on His face, to press Him to your heart, to know that He came to save our race, that one day you would part?”

Nativity

“Never before has any seen such a glorious sight…”

A Mother’s Love

“I can’t but tremble at my fear, caress Your cheek and hold you near . . .”