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Sunday, December 4, 2011

The Second Sunday of Advent and Another Christmas Tradition

Second Sunday of Advent
Blessed are you, O Lord, ruler of the universe. John the Baptist calls all people to prepare the Lord's way for the kingdom of Heaven is near. Bless us as we light the candles on this wreath. Baptize us with the fire of you Spirit, that we may be a light shining in the darkness welcoming others as Christ has welcomed us, for he is our light and our salvation.
Blessed be God forever.

When we were growing up, each Sunday in Advent, Mom would light the candles and recite a prayer, always before we ate our Sunday dinner. It's another tradition my sisters and I have continued. I wish Mom were here to light the candles, I truly miss her.

6 comments:

Sharon said...

That is a special tradition and your table looks so beautiful. Hi to your mom. Your header photo is wonderful!!!

Sharon said...

I left a comment and it didn't show up. I think that is a wonderful tradition and your table looks beautiful. My hellos to your mom and wishing her well. I am so in love with your header photo.

Diane said...

She made it beautiful for you and your family. You can carry it on just as beautifully Laurie. Blessings, Diane

Marilyn said...

Beautiful! I will pray for your mom. I just LOooVE that picture in your header. Sweet! and he looks just like my Joey.

Pearl said...

Sweet, tell your Mom hello and the she raised some wonderful children. Love, Pearl

Catherine said...

It's always nice to carry on family traditions!
Your header is so sweet!
xo Catherine