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Catholics hold Advent as the season when we are taught to look forward both to the first coming of Our Lord into the world at Christmas-time, and also to His second coming at the end of time to judge the living and the dead.  

His first coming was to seek and to save that which was lost.  

His second coming will be to gather His elect into the celestial paradise, and to trample all His enemies under His feet.  

Shall I on that day be regarded by Him as a friend or as an enemy?  Is my present life one of devotion to Him and union with Him, or one of selfishness, pride, impatience of the yoke of Christ?  

Become a friend of Our King and Redeemer now, and begin by adoring Him Who was born in a manger in Bethlehem!

The Bellarmine Forum presents resources to help you make a good Christmastide this year.

Text of the Christmas Novena (St. Andrew) Click the image for more information.

Glory to the newborn King!  


These meditations begin on Christmas and run through the Feast of the Presentation on February 2, i.e. all of Christmastide!

These are intentionally short. They are meant to provide good soil for your mind to grow fruitful activity in your pursuit of prayer with Our Lord.

This set runs throughout Christmastide and overlaps the Christmas set.

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