MEMORIAL OF SAINT ELIZABETH ANN SETON, RELIGIOUS
-from Wandering and Welcomer; Meditations for Finding Peace by Joseph Grant
Are you ready to welcome the glimmer of new beginnings? With fresh fires and Christmas lights, we mark the darkest days of the rolling year, and call to mind how everything and everyone starts in the dark. Dark days augur alienation and danger yet darkness also draws us together; a time for dimming our lights so we can see the stars. This sacred season of birth pangs and beginnings offers time to lovingly look back over a year of gifts, of losses, and of lessons.
On a lighter note, in the afterglow of the Great Feast of the Epiphany, here’s a link for you:
A little humour to lighten the mood with the impending lockdown! pic.twitter.com/sxvF4oCpxb
— Bishop Scott McCaig (@bishopscmc) December 21, 2020
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