St Beuno’s Outreach in the Diocese of Wrexham wishes you a Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Throughout 2020, we are invited to CELEBRATE, LIVE and SHARE the Word of THE GOD WHO SPEAKS.
This Christmastide, the Scripture we pray may remind us of some of the many different ways in which God has spoken to us all through the ages, and how he may be speaking to me today.
We read that God spoke to people while they were at work, at home, and even while they were asleep and dreaming.
He spoke to them through the angel of the Lord and the prophets.
He spoke to give good news, even in the most difficult of times, and they listened to him.
God speaks to me and to all people today in many different ways.
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Your next Prego for the Baptism of the Lord will be published on 3 January 2020
Reflecting on our Christmas Journey
with Mary, Joseph, Jesus and the Magi
As I prepare to welcome Jesus once again this Christmas, I reflect for a few moments on my own journey as I wait for the coming of my Lord. It may be that life has been so frantic recently that my progress on the way has been halted by matters too urgent to leave. Or perhaps my road has felt calm and steady … or in contrast, lonely, slow and arduous. However I have travelled, I try to put aside the hustle and bustle of the world around just for now, and ‘come home’ to myself … and to God.
As I reflect on the journeys of Mary and Joseph, I follow them to Bethlehem … and then back to Nazareth with their precious new baby, the One whom other travellers came to worship.
I spend time with them whenever I can, both in the words of Scripture, and if I so choose, through the evocative lens of three Christian poets.
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St Beuno’s Outreach wishes you and all your family peace and joy this Christmas, and many blessings in the New Year.
The next Prego will be for the Baptism of the Lord (7 January 2018)
LET US GO TO BETHLEHEM AND SEE!
For many, the days around Christmas are often frenetic, rushing to buy a last-minute present or enough food for everyone. Despite good resolutions to be more organised and to leave time aside for moments of quiet with the Lord, it may be that yet again things are not working out as I hoped.
Whether this applies to me or not, maybe this year I will try to take another path and, with the shepherds, go to Bethlehem with eagerness to see what the angels have promised. I shall follow the star as it rises and trust that the light will take me out of darkness.
With Mary, I will treasure the coming of the Prince of Peace and ponder all these things in my heart as I go about my daily activities.
Eventually after the Christmas period I may find that, like the wise men, I return to my own daily tasks following a different way.
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