It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Vatican - Perspectives Daily

November 29, 2016
Christmas preparations are coming along at the Vatican. The Pope’s schedule for Advent and Christmas was just released, a Christmas tree was erected in Saint Peter’s Square, and a nativity scene will soon make its appearance. This year, the Vatican’s Christmas decorations are environmentally friendly, have been made with the help of children, and reflect the reality of migrants and refugees.
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