#ChristmasCribs – thanks for sharing your cribs with us. A Gallery of Hope and Peace!
Today is the feast of the Epiphany and the memorial of the visitation of the Magi to the Baby Jesus, where they worshipped Him and acknowledged Him as the Christ-child, our Saviour – and many of our cribs are now completed with the addition of the figures of the Three Wise Men!
We invite you to take a moment to view the #christmascribs photos below that have been sent into us throughout the last month and allow the variety, light and joy of these cribs and nativity scenes to sink in.
At this time of year, we usually begin to put away the Christmas decorations, packed away in a safe place until next year. Perhaps you have decided during this difficult month of January, where many of us are back in lockdown and feeling isolated, frustrated and uncertain, to leave your Christmas Crib out a bit longer than usual. Many people have said that Christmas has given them a sense of peace and hope in this difficult time. Let us take that hope and peace with us into 2021 as we hope and pray that this crisis may soon be over.
Even if you do not have a nativity scene or crib to display, we remember the beautiful words of the well-know Christmas Hymn “In the Bleak Mid Winter”:
What can I give Him,
Poor as I am? —
If I were a Shepherd
I would bring a lamb;
If I were a Wise Man
I would do my part, —
Yet what I can I give Him, —
Give my heart.
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