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Christmas Greetings!

Dear wonderful family and friends and CyberPilgrim , Digital Catechesis, and Twitter friends:

As the Holiday Season is upon us, I find myself reflecting on the past year and on those who have helped to shape INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS and DIGITAL CATECHESIS in a most significant way. I value the relationship with you and look forward to sharing with you in the year to come.

To my wonderful family and everyday friends who are in many geographic areas, I wish you blessings this Christmas Season.  As you see, I’ve decided to simply “go digital” this year with my Christmas wishes to you.  I invite all of you to continue visiting A Cyberpilgrim’s Blog in 2011.

Jesus, Mary, and the Child Jesus

Christmas Blessings

Let us remember that the Christmas heart is a giving heart, a wide open heart that thinks of others first. The birth of the baby Jesus stands as the most significant event in all history, because it has meant the pouring into a sick world of the healing medicine of love which has transformed all manner of hearts for almost two thousand years… Underneath all the bulging bundles is this beating Christmas heart.

I  wish you a blessed Christmas and a New Year filled with peace.  May our hearts continue to transform those we meet on a daily basis.  May we truly be Jesus for others!

Looking forward to continue connecting with you in the 2011 year!

Blessings,

S. Caroline

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The Advent Season – Week 4

I am always amazed at how quickly weeks pass!  Here we are, in the 4th week of Advent.  And I trust that you continue to be inspired by the reflections, music, and PowerPoint presentations that are available on the Internet.  More importantly, these are often projects that can be created by your students or yourselves.  Imagine the pride felt when one of these projects is available to share with members of their parish and families.

Fourth Sunday of Advent ReadingsDecember 19th


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Celebrating Christmas


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