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George Weigel: The earthiness of the Incarnation

Reading Time: 4 minutesRome. A massive, 16-volume Lives of the Saints, first published between 1872 and 1877, informs me that, here in the Eternal City, the feast of Christmas first became a celebration distinct from the ancient feast of the Epiphany in the mid-fourth century — and that St John Chrysostom, one of the four […]
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Mark Shea: The fulfilment of Israel’s faith

It is easy to grab the wrong end of the telescope and see Christmas in a way that makes it all seem like something at the beginning of a story that happened long ago, all leading up to us.
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Mark Shea: God became flesh – get it?

Previously, we looked first at the fact that the focus of the gospel is on the resurrection of the body, not mere ghostly life after death.
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Mark Shea: A mind blowing fact about the incarnation

What does it mean that Jesus is really human? We Christians believe, of course, that God the Son is the Word made Flesh. That is,...
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