A Merry and Grace-filled Christmas to all!

I hope you all have a wonderful celebration of Christmas, replete with many graces and blessings for you and yours.

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35 Responses to A Merry and Grace-filled Christmas to all!

  1. SKAY says:

    Thank you, Father. Wishing you a beautiful and very Merry Christmas.

  2. God richly bless you, Father, and may the miracle of the Virgin Birth be for you, and for us, an example and encouragement to become more fully who HE wants us to be in the coming year.

    Joyeaux Noel!

  3. NoraLee9 says:

    Merry Christmas Father Z. Your blog has been enriching my faith since I heard you preach at Holy Innocents near the end of 2011 (I think). I can’t thank you enough. I have learned so much from you. May G-d bless you abundantly.

  4. wanda says:

    Merry Christmas, Fr. Z. I will remember you and your intention at Mass tonight and tomorrow.
    May God bless us, every one.

  5. Gratias says:

    A Holy and happy Christmas to Father Z and all his virtual parishioners.

  6. Clinton R. says:

    Father, a very Merry and Blessed Christmas to you and a most grateful thank you for the care you have for our eternal souls. To all readers and commentators here, may God Bless you and your families with a joyful celebration of the Birth of Our Savior. +JMJ+

  7. Uxixu says:

    Thank you Father Z, for giving yourself to the priesthood and for this great blog that teaches me so much and has introduced me to Mystic Monk Coffee and dialogue of the multus of orthodox Catholics who still love the Latin Mass. Merry Christmas.

  8. stephen c says:

    igualmente, padre z., … same to you, Father Zuhlsdorf, and thanks for your hard work and sacrifices, which will be recompensed a hundred fold and more. Of course and without a doubt.

  9. Jean Marie says:

    Merry Christmas to you too, Fr. Z. and to all – peace, joy and love.

  10. mamajen says:

    What a beautiful picture. Merry Christmas to you, Father, and God bless you.

    And thank you to all the commenters here who I enjoy learning from and interacting with. I hope you all enjoy the holiday.

  11. Mike says:

    Merry Christmas, Father! Many thanks for the always interesting blog-posts and views of this wonderful adventure of Faith we are on. Prayers for you and all your readers! May Our Lady protect beneath her mantle all souls, especially those lonely and poor and suffering who do not see the miracle of the manger with the eyes of Faith.

  12. Supertradmum says:

    Happy Christmas, Father Z. May God bless all your ministries in 2014.

  13. NBW says:

    Merry Christmas Father Z! Thank you for becoming a priest and thank you for your blog. May God Bless you always.

  14. OrthodoxChick says:

    Merry Christmas to you Fr. Z. and to all of your readers.

  15. teomatteo says:

    Merry Christmas….everyone.
    J.M.J.D.

  16. StJude says:

    For, this day, is born to you a Saviour, who is Christ the Lord, in the city of David.

    Merry Christmas Father Z and all who come here to this blog. God bless you all.

  17. Art says:

    And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, full of grace and truth.

    Merry Christmas, Fr. Z, and to all who come here with good will.

  18. StWinefride says:

    Thank you, Father Z. Wishing you, and all my fellow readers, a Happy and Holy Christmas!

    Puer natus est nobis

  19. paul_leone says:

    Merry Christmas Father, commentators, and readers!

  20. Priam1184 says:

    Merry Christmas Father and to all the readers and commentators!

  21. Rose in NE says:

    Happy Christmas, Father, to you and to all!

  22. Sandy says:

    Christmas blessings, Father, to you and to all who come here to grow in faith. Thank you for all you do! May the Lord and His Precious Mother help us abundantly in the New Year to come, and provide strength and many graces for us.

  23. Mariana2 says:

    Thank you, Father! And you!

  24. ReginaMarie says:

    Christ is born! Let us glorify Him! +

  25. MaryW says:

    Merry Christmas, Father, to you and all your readers! Thank you for loyalty to Holy Mother Church.

  26. Magpie says:

    Merry Christmas to you Father Z and all of your readers. Thank you for your blog. May God bless you.

  27. Bea says:

    A joy-filled, happy Christmas to you, too, Father and all fellow bloggers here.
    May the Christ Child reign in our hearts today and all year-round.

  28. bernadette says:

    Merry Christmas to you Father Z and all who read this blog. Thanks for all the times you have talked some of us down from the ledge.

  29. Suburbanbanshee says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Fr. Z! And the same to all of us readers and combox pundits!

  30. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    Thank you, Father! I wish you and all a Holy and Joyful Christmas(tide)!

  31. pannw says:

    Merry Christmas, Father and all Father Z’s readers. The number of times I’ve been on the verge of despairing that the entire world was upside down, only to come here and see that at least a few sane people still live…thank you all, especially Father Z. for being such a wonderful and informative host. God bless us, everyone!

  32. Palladio says:

    Jolly Christmas, Father Z.
    BIG QUESTION for you and for anybody in a position to answer: by the grace of God, a priest friend wishes to learn the EF! He lives about 20 miles from Philadelphia: could I have suggestions as to where he might learn to celebrate the Mass of the Saints?

  33. Liz says:

    Merry Christmas, Fr. Z. Thanks for all that you do for us!

  34. The Masked Chicken says:

    Often, when I say, “I wish you a Merry Christmas,” I am tempted to say, “I wish you Mary’s Christmas,” – Christ was conceived in Mary’s heart long before He was ever conceived in her womb. May Christ be born in your heart this day that you may bear Him into the world on all other days.

    There is a lovely Christmas poem by Madeline L’engle:

    Now is the irrational season.
    When love blooms bright and wild.
    If Mary had been full of reason.
    There’d have been no room for the Child.

    The Chicken