The Christmas story's whisper from the edges

Falzon, John
December 2013
Eureka Street;12/21/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p21
The article discusses the Anti-Poverty Week of the St. Vincent de Paul Society forum organized by the Coordinator of Aboriginal Catholic Ministry in Victoria. It mentions the value of human equality depicting a young boy as he is ashamed to approach the girl he like because he is dirty. It notes the influences of society and the economy as both respectful and equitable. It also emphasizes the incarnation heart of the Christmas story that God's humanity is hurt.


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