Today is born a Savior! Part I

31 Dec

As morning dawn entered the world, especially here in the Felician Haiti Mission, the joy of Christmas was already filling the air. We began with prayer and praise :

Grant, we pray, almighty God,
that, as we are bathed in the new radiance of your incarnate Word,
the light of faith, which illumines our minds,
may also shine through in our deeds.

After prayer and breakfast, it was down to work, putting over 200 packages under and around the Christmas tree.

Everyone joined in the setting up….there was no time to waste for children were already gathering by the door.

It was like the Scriptures were being fulfilled in our hearing: “Let us go, then, to Bethlehem to see this thing that has taken place, which the Lord has made known to us. So they went in haste and found Mary and Joseph, and the infant lying in the manger.” (Luke 2:15-16) This certainly was true here in the Felician Haiti Mission.

These three got the best seats in the house!
The celebration of Christ’s birth brings all nations together!

The day’s program was led by youth and young adults who directed the program from beginning to end. As always, we began with prayer. Our prayer on this day is always the story of the birth of Jesus!

Gabriel visits Joseph in a dream and tells him not to be afraid to take Mary for his wife for he will be the foster father of Jesus, the Son of God!
They shall call him JESUS, the Savior of the World!
Our Jesus this year was a month old!
The shepherds come to adore him!
The Angels sing Glory to God in the highest and peace to all people!
Gold for the King of Kings!
Frankincense for the Son of God!
Myrrh to be used for his suffering, death and burial!
Singing in Polish “Dzisiaj w Betlejem”!
And, of course, our finale…Feliz Navidad…We want to wish you a
Merry Christmas!🎄🎁
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