Tag Archives: Gabriel

The angel

I know an angel. She’s the deli counter server who smiles when taking my order. He’s the fourteen-year-old who dreams of winning $10 million to give to Parkinson’s research because his grandpa suffers from the disease. They’re in the bus … Continue reading

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Courage and Joy

Last night, the hustle and bustle of getting ready, and anticipating the birth. Last night, the noise, the anxiety, the smelly stable, the animals, the shepherds, the chorus of heaven singing in the starry, silent night. “Joy to the world” … Continue reading

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Holy Innocents

There is a rather obscure and tragic story from the bible not widely told. But it is part of the Christmas story (Matthew 2:16-18). Herod was infuriated that the Magi had tricked him. Their agreement was that after paying homage … Continue reading

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