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Vatican Christmas Tree arrives one day ahead of schedule

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The Vaticans Christmas Tree arrived at St. Peters Square earlier than expected. The giant fir tree left the Bavarian forest on Monday, and made the trek ...

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  1. Mary Liegel
    1 year ago

    Walsmunchen is where our ancestors came from. We have visited there 3 times and have been to Rome once. Its a long way from America. So happy to see the Waldmunchen tree at St Peters this year…a wonderful honor. This is the second time the tree has been chosen from Waldmunchen we were told. Wish I was there to see it but very thankful for the Catholic News online that we can see it here in America that way. Keep up the good work! We have a seminarian from our town in America going to seminary in Rome now. He should be ordained next year. Our son and his wife plan to go with the parents of the young man to see the ordination.

  2. Carolyn Tenorio
    1 year ago

    I love the tree, hopefully it will be decorated with saints and Christ like ornaments...Lots of colorful lights and the Nativity set up close by. Please show the finished tree...God bless all the workers and keep them safe and free from harm....

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