Christmas

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Originally delivered on December 25, 1989

Readings: Isaiah 62:1-5; Acts 13:16-17, 22-25; Matthew 1:1-25

On this Christmas day, Fr. Healy teases us with the possible homilies that he might give us.  He reminds us that Jesus, as a baby, is like us as frail, frightened human beings.  We are called to be love, forgiveness, and decency to a world terribly in need of these Godly gifts. Indeed, we are a privileged people, but we are also called to act in order to make a difference in His world.

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