The third week of Advent brings us closer to Christmas
NEW YORK (The Christophers) – Since Advent means “coming,” as we think about Jesus’ coming at Christmas, let’s consider the words of the late Pope John Paul II:
CANDLE FOR THIRD WEEK OF ADVENT - The rose colored candle represents is lit during the third week of Advent and the color represents a hopeful look toward Christ's coming. (CNS)
This reflection from Three Minutes a Day:It’s Better To Light One Candle Than To Curse The Darkness was made available to Catholic Online by permission of the Christophers, a nonprofit organization that uses print, broadcast, and electronic media to encourage people of all ages, and from all walks of life, to use their God-given talents to make a positive difference in the world. (www.christophers.org).
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