According to the 'Catholic and Loving it' post, we owe the spread of the Christmas symbology to the secular world; we (Christians) have neglected the sacred side ourselves (agree) and, therefore, we should shut up and let everything find its own level. I hope I am representing your points fairly James.
Sorry, but I believe that it is up to those Christians who believe in the sacred to do something to protect it.
We do want the Christ Child on our Christmas Cards, we do want to hear Carols rather than secular Christmas songs, we do want Nativity images on our postage stamps (they just had to be mentioned) rather than.......who is it this year????
|Perfect! - for a second class Christmas!|
Oh, it's Wallace and Grommit.....I like them! Take back all that I have blogged.