- Aug 4, 2021
Large-scale images were projected on the Cathedral of St. Paul’s east-facing facade and an original, accompanying score was broadcast to spectators on a “hyper-local” radio frequency provided at the site.
The Cathedral of St. Paul will become the canvas Dec. 17-19 for a light and sound show about Jesus’ birth.
City officials in Rehoboth Beach are violating a Catholic group’s constitutional right to free exercise of religion by banning its Nativity display on city property, according to the First Liberty Institute.
Last Christmas while watching “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” with his son, Thomas Williams said it “suddenly hit” him that “nearly all the clever poetry surrounding Christmas has virtually nothing to do with Jesus Christ.”
For the first time St. Peter’s square hosts a nativity entirely sculted out of sand.
While Mass participation drops in the country, Italians want you to back off from messing with their nativity scenes.
In a powerful reflection on BBC radio drawing attention to what he calls the ‘evil persecution’ of Christians and people of other faiths driven from the Middle East, Prince Charles has also urged a policy of welcome to refugees.