Happy Climate Change Christmas by Reg Mombassa
A long time ago in a manger far, far away ... Star of Jacob
Is the Holy Bible as PC trash? It doesn't mention Christmas, but it does mention feeding the poor, the widowed, the fatherless, and the foreigner!
This colourful nativity scene is from a Christmas Card by the Aboriginal Catholic Ministry (ACM). You can buy them from ccs.org.au.
Nativity: Birth of Australian Jesus by Reg Mombassa
May you be blessed With the spirit of the season, which is peace, The gladness of the season, which is hope, And the heart of the season, which is love.
Fear not! For behold, I bring you good fake news.
I found this chinese nativity scene quite curious - Jesus petting the easter bunny?
The cast of Christmas reassembles for Easter Take the wise men to the Emperor’s palace. Wash their hands in water. Get them to say something about truth. Does anyone know any good Jewish jokes? The one about a carpenter who thought he was a King? The one about the Saviour who couldn’t save himself? The … Continue reading The cast of Christmas reassembles for Easter by Steve Turner
Christmas is really for the children Christmas is really for the children. Especially for children who like animals, stables, stars and babies wrapped in swaddling clothes. Then there are wise men, kings in fine robes, humble shepherds and a hint of rich perfume. Easter is not really for the children unless accompanied by a cream … Continue reading Christmas is really for the children by Steve Turner
I find myself bemused by the customary Pagan-Christian chatter over Solstice versus Christmas. "We were here first!", say the Pagan's. We had the last laugh!", say some Christians. "You're both Pagans!", say other Christians. Oh, my! I need a Panadol. I have to admit, I always find it incredibly ironic to witness Wiccans complaining about … Continue reading Who owns December 25th?