Christmas Memories – Gudrun Schultz

By Gudrun Schultz My most beautiful memory of Christmas is also one of my earliest memories. I was four. My family was small back then, just my parents, two sisters, and me. We lived on […]
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Polish Pro-Family President Inaugurated

By Terry Vanderheyden WARSAW, December 23, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Poland has confirmed its new president – pro-life and “strongly Catholic” Lech Kaczynski was sworn in today. As the mayor of Warsaw, Kaczynski banned “gay pride” […]
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To Our Readers From The LifeSiteNews.com Team

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year! A special set of columns appear on LifeSiteNews.com today and over the holidays – reflections on Christmas from our team of writers, and […]
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An Assisian Christmas – John Jalsevac

By John J. Jalsevac My personal preparation for this Christmas began a little earlier, perhaps, than most. Two months ago I was in Assisi, that blessed, enchanted town that once gave rise to perhaps the […]
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Feast of the Nativity of Our Lord – Hilary White

By Hilary White No one wanted to know shepherds in first century Palestine; they were outcasts, almost as low as a criminal subclass. So it has always struck me as significant that the heavenly host, […]
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From our Family to Yours – A Westen Family Christmas

By John-Henry Westen  Editor  LifeSiteNews.com For our family, these are the golden years of Christmas celebrations. Our seven children range in age from nine to newborn and so the holidays are filled with wonder and […]
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My Christmas of 1996 – Terry Vanderhaven

By Terry Vanderheyden OTTAWA, December 23, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – One of my most memorable Christmases was the Christmas of 1996. I had begun the process of discerning whether God wanted me to serve Him as […]
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