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Parenthood and the Voice of Conscience

Parenthood is central to the Nativity story.

Parenthood is central to the Nativity story. Birth and infancy cast Christ the King most of all in dependence. God so humbled himself not only to become man, but also to be dependent upon man, particularly upon two parents, Mary and Joseph. God did not only come to mankind to be sacrificed, but also to be nurtured, to be loved and cared for by woman and man, to communicate his needs and to make requests to his parents as they bring him to adulthood.

As we enter into the Christmas season, Christians would benefit from reflecting upon our own experiences of parenthood. [More at Church Life Journal]

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