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A Blessed Christmas!

First appeared on 12/21/2012. Insights is also available to members via email delivery.

What we all desire, and what the staff of CatholicCulture.org wishes you, is a blessed Christmas. For this reason, my gift this year is an essay on what Christmas tells us about God and man: Life to Full: The Gift of Christmas.

While we pause to both honor and enjoy Our Savior, we remain aware that many problems remain in the world—including problems affecting our fellow Catholics. Consider, for example:

Throughout the Middle East, Christian suffering is increasing as a result of the so-called Arab Spring. An example is found in Egypt, where a mob of 50,000 Muslims intimidated Christians before a recent referendum.

In the West, we continue to experience a profound and debilitating personal identity confusion. Pope Benedict recently critiqued 'gender ideology' in his year-end address to Roman Curia.... [more content for subscribers]

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