Wed., Dec. 10, 2013
Deacon Robert Banet
Cousin Charlie is at it again.
What is it this time?
People where he works say that Catholics invented December 25 as a way to offset a pagan feast.
What feast was that?
The feast of the Unconquered Sun. It was a commemoration of the time when the days were getting longer, when the sun began to come back stronger and stronger.
Oh, that was back in the early days.
Yes, and I don’t think it would be a such a bad thing, the Church trying to overcome pagan ways.
But I don’t think history supports that. Continue Reading…