Martin, James
December 2007
America;12/24/2007, Vol. 197 Issue 21, p21
The author reflects on the nativity of Jesus Christ. He explains that faithful Catholics are invited to listen carefully to God, to respond with a trusting yes and to bring Christ into the world. He stresses that Catholics are called to nurture faith, which can be precious and fragile as a newborn child.


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