Tuesday, December 27, 2005

The Feast of the Holy Innocents

Merry Christmas one and all on the Feast of the Holy Innocents (hey, it started at sunset!).

Considering the recent talk of dropping Limbo, does this feast lose something? After all, the little children would have gone to Heaven with or without the baptism of blood under current thinking. Thoughts?

If you've all been checking out the blogs under the Daily readings on the left, you'll have pretty much kept up to date on what's been going on. Rocco has been busy and Amy has returned from unfastening action figures from their pesky packages.

I hope you all had a blessed Christmas and are still fully involved in the season. Given the fact that I was born on the fifth of January, the entire period from Christmas to the Epiphany has always been one big holiday, even when I was just a little kid who didn't know any better.

If you've been following the situation in St. Louis, the esteemed Dr. Peters has points to make here and here on the subject (thanks to Amy for bringing them up). The new look of Dr. Peters' blog is pretty nice too. I could use a nifty banner across the top here...

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