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Post  princess garnet on Thu Dec 08, 2011 11:37 pm

In time for the Christmas season, I got this wonderful book A Catholic Christmas by Kathleen M. Carroll. I first came across it while browsing on the Catholic Company website. (If you're a regular visitor to the CatholicExchange website, you may have seen it as a banner)

The book first explains the origins of Christmas and how the Church selected Dec. 25th. Carroll features the major saints' days and feasts during the Advent and Christmas season. Each chapter ends with a question about how you can make that particular feast day more meaningful. santa

There's a lot of Christmas books in stores but I wanted something on a faithful note.
To see more about the book, here's a link:
http://catalog.americancatholic.org/Product.aspx?productCode=B36163&utm_content=house&utm_campaign=ACatholicChristmas&utm_term=468x60&utm_source=CatholicExchange&utm_medium=ad

I couldn't readily decide which topic forum to post this so I hope picked a good one.

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Post  Elena on Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:41 pm

Thanks! Sounds great!!

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Post  May on Fri Dec 09, 2011 11:17 pm

Thank you, Princess Garnet!
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