Tag: Christmas

EUROPE RENAISSANCE WISHES YOU A HAPPY 2021

‘The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.’ (L. P Hartley: The Go-Between)
One supposes it is best to avoid a post mortem (after death) on the year 2020 AD (A Disaster). In terms of evil intent and deed by truly sinister forces and their globalist acolytes, the year 2020 can only be compared to the apocalyptic years 1914, 1917 and 1939. The effects could well reach further and deeper into the abyss.

Probošt’s mechanical Christmas crib

Probošt’s mechanical Christmas crib, also known as Bethlehem of Třebechovice or Probošt’s Nativity Scene of Třebechovice, is a wooden mechanical nativity scene that was made by Josef Probošt (1849–1926), Josef Kapucián (1841–1908) and Josef Friml (1861–1946).

Urgent Message from Archbishop Viganò Christmas Day

Read by Mother Miriam: We see heads of nations and religious leaders pandering to this suicide of Western culture and its Christian soul. While, the fundamental rights of citizens and believers are denied in the name of a health emergency, that is revealing itself more and more fully as instrumental to the establishment of an in human faceless tyranny, a global plan called the great reset is underway.

Christmas traditions in Ireland

Wren Day is celebrated on 26 December, St. Stephen’s Day in a number of countries across Europe. The tradition consists of “hunting” a fake wren and putting it on top of a decorated pole. Then the crowds of mummers, or strawboys, celebrate the wren (also pronounced wran) by dressing up in masks, straw suits, and colourful motley clothing. They form music bands and parade through towns and villages. These crowds are sometimes called the wrenboys.

Goodwill to Christians from Iran

Despite Shia Islam’s status as the official religion of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Middle Eastern nation’s Christian community is thought to number as many as one million people, including some of its oldest denominations, among them the Armenian Apostolic Church, the Assyrian Church of the East, and the Catholic Church.