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The silk painting, shown above, is by Ty Mam Duw, Poor Clare Colettines, Hawarden, WALES GB. Their website is here. Ty Mam Duw is Welsh and means The House of the Mother of God. Our Lady of the Pearl cherishes their friendship and is grateful for their many kindnesses and prayers. The image is used with permission.

Entertaining Angels

Entertaining Angels
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Monday, December 21, 2009

The Door of Humility

To enter the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, you have to stoop. The door is too low to enter without bending over. It is called the Door of Humility. Likewise, to see the Savior with your heart, you have to get on your knees. It is a humbling experience, while in prayer, to kiss the feet of the baby in Bethlehem, to kiss the feet of Jesus dying on the cross and then to remember that he was God and did this all for us because God is love.

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