Thursday, December 19, 2013

Your Christmas Package

Some Christmas Gifts For You:

The Story Of Silent Night, Holy Night Children, Free Return to Order book, Santa, And God Christmas Wallpapers

I am thrilled to offer you a sort of Christmas Package filled with Christmas “goodies”.

Starting with your free copy of Return to Order on Kindle, which you can download right now.

FREE Copy of "Return to Order: From A Frenzied Economy to An Organic Christian Society"

And my heart is welling up with incredible appreciation for you and all the sacrifices you have made this past year for America Needs Fatima and Our Lady’s cause.

I think this movement of my heart is a consequence of that very special grace that God sends to the world through His Most Faithful Spouse for Christmas time. I’m just thinking that it’s a grace in proportion to the swelling of His own Heart upon reflection of His Son as a Babe in the frozen cave of His birth.

So please, with great joy and appreciation, let me present to you America Needs Fatima’s modest Christmas Package for you and your loved ones…

First, a profound  Christmas Story

+ “The Story of a Song” (Silent Night, Holy Night): the true story of how  and where this most representative song of Advent came from. Great to  read on Christmas Eve!

Next: a commentary on children, Santa, and God: “Yes, Virginia, there is a God.”

+ It is has become a custom for practically every newspaper in America to reprint, during the Christmas season, the marvelous editorial, “Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.” Since it first appeared in 1897, it has become an indelible part of Christmas tradition in our country. It is no secret why.

The central figure in the story is an innocent girl named Virginia O’Hanlon who is told by her “little friends” that Santa does not exist. She writes a letter to The Sun – a prominent New York paper at the time -- with her sorrowful question as to the existence of Santa. The difficult task of responding to the eight-year-old fell on the shoulders of Francis Church, who responded in the form of an editorial… full story.

Finally, we have your computer wallpapers for December:

+ (4th down on the page) The Immaculate Conception

+ (5th down on the page) A Nativity Scene

+ (6th down on the page) A Christmas Tree

May Our Lady grant you and your loved ones a very blessed and Merry Christmas!

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