O Holy Night; O Blessed Morning

Today we celebrate the audacious claim that through the love of God, the Word became flesh. That God’s longing for us is so great God became human to bring us to wholeness. God becomes human and shares our lives in the deepest, most intimate possible way.


 

The Incarnation invites – nay, demands  – a response from us. So as we kneel before the creche this morning, we might want to reflect on what that response is.

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