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Christmas / Advent

As they rode away, without returning to Jerusalem, the Three Wise Men must have asked each other why a child born in a manger to a carpenter and his young wife would pose any threat to Herod, or the Empire itself. But then, the night had been extraordinary in other ways. They had not been the only ones to pay tribute - they had knelt as kings next to shepherds who reported being summoned by angels.
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Reading 1, Revelation 18:1-2, 21-23; 19:1-3, 9
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Gospel, Luke 21:20-28
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St. James Intercisus
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