News & Views December 2020

The month of December is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, which is celebrated on December 8. The first 2 days of December fall during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time and are represented by the liturgical colour green. The next 22 days fall during the liturgical season of Advent and are represented by the liturgical colour purple. The remaining days of December mark the beginning of the Christmas season. The liturgy of Advent focuses on remembering Christ’s first coming at Bethlehem which then directs our mind to Christ’s Second Coming at the end of time.

In the same way that a family eagerly prepares for a baby, so in Advent we too should prepare for the coming of the Christ Child. We should keep Advent as a season of waiting and longing, of conversion and of hope and keep our thoughts on the incredible love and humility of our God in taking on the flesh. Let us not forget to prepare a peaceful place in our hearts wherein our Savior may come to dwell

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