Sharing the gifts of Christmas

The day after Christmas is a perfect time for reflection. Family festivities have slowed or concluded entirely, and we’re left to clean up and reflect on the generosity and joy that we have shared.
In quiet moments on the day after Christmas I like to reflect on the many gifts and blessings I have received. While companies tell us the Christmas season is over, we as Catholics are blessed because we know that the Christmas season is just beginning! Why don’t we ride the spiritual rush we experience at Christmas all season long to share the blessings we have received with others? Whether it be by using our time, talent, or treasure, let’s all go out and find others with whom we can share the gifts God has given to us!
-Christina Marie, Department of Special Needs

The day after Christmas is a perfect time for reflection. Family festivities have slowed or concluded entirely, and we’re left to clean up and reflect on the generosity and joy that we have shared.
In quiet moments on the day after Christmas I like to reflect on the many gifts and blessings I have received. While companies tell us the Christmas season is over, we as Catholics are blessed because we know that the Christmas season is just beginning! Why don’t we ride the spiritual rush we experience at Christmas all season long to share the blessings we have received with others? Whether it be by using our time, talent, or treasure, let’s all go out and find others with whom we can share the gifts God has given to us!
-Christina Marie, Department of Special Needs