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Saturday, December 24, 2005

11:30 p.m. Christmas Eve...

As it was in the stillness of the morning
so may it be in the silence of the night.
As it was in the hidden vitality of the womb
so may it be at our birth into eternity.
As it was in the beginning, O God,
so in the end may your gift be born
so in the end may your gift of life be born.

Saturday Opening Prayer
J. Philip Newell
Celtic Benediction: Morning and Night Prayer


At 2:33 AM, Blogger Antony Hanson said...

A Merry Christmas to you and yours Jaime, and all God's best for 2006.
A. Hanson


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