The Wise Men, distinguished travellers who visited Jesus some time after his birth, are recognized figures in the Nativity story and are an important part of the Christian tradition.
Now in the darkness guide our feet – give holy strength to them to walk with childlike faith once more.
Rejoice greatly — for unto you, and unto me, and unto all of us — a Savior is born.
“Wise men came from the East, perhaps Persia. They saw the Babe — a Babe whose tiny hands were not quite large enough to touch the huge heads of the cattle, and yet hands that...
He came in the quiet of the night, in the meridian of time, He who is Immanuel, the Stem of Jesse, the Dayspring, the Lord God Almighty.
“In the Bleak Midwinter” is a Christmas carol based on a poem by the English poet Christina Rossetti, describing the Nativity in terms of the chilly English countryside.
The announcement to Mary that she is to become the mother of the Messiah is one of the best known parts of the Christmas story.
Children everywhere imagine the baby Jesus’ face like their own — bright with heavenly grace, and filled with holy light.
To catch the real meaning of the “spirit of Christmas,” we need only drop the last syllable, and it becomes the “Spirit of Christ.”
A feast for the ears and the eyes awaits you in the most joyous and exuberant Christmas carol you have ever heard.