1 Peter 1:3
Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.


Traditional Song


The Baby New Year is a personification of the start of the New Year commonly seen in editorial cartoons. He symbolizes the “birth” of the next year, and that the “old” year is gone; in other words, a “rebirth”.[1][2] Baby New Year’s purpose varies by myth, but he generally performs some sort of ceremonial duty over the course of his year, such as chronicling[3] the year’s events, or presiding over the year as a symbol.[4]

The myth most associated with him is that he is a baby at the beginning of his year, but Baby New Year quickly ages until he is elderly (like Father Time, whom he is often associated with[5]) at the end of his year. Some stories will have him bear a strong likeness to key events in his time.[6] At this point, he hands over his duties to the next Baby New Year, while he remains in this state and retires.[7]

The stereotypical representation of Baby New Year is as a male infant wearing nothing more than adiaper, a top hat and a sash across his torso that shows the year he is representing (e.g. 2012).[8][9][10] He is sometimes depicted holding or associated with an hourglass, a noisemaker, or other item either pertaining to time or New Year’s Day festivities. Often, he is not a complete newbornbut is slightly older, because he is frequently shown standing on his own, barely walking, or having a small amount of head hair.

In addition to being a mythical figure, the Baby New Year is sometimes a real person. The first baby born in any village or city in a certain year may be honored by being labeled as the official Baby New Year for that year.[11][12][13][14] The official Baby New Year can be male or female, even though the mythical Baby New Year is nearly always male. Attempts to name an official Baby New Year for an entire country have sometimes been made, but generally there are multiple contenders and no single Baby New Year can be confirmed. [WIKIPEDIA]

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“CHRIST IS BORN (Christmas Carol sung in Aramaic: the language of Christ)”


Glory to God in the Highest!

3 Hour Medley of Christmas Music


“Beautiful Wood-burning Fireplace Yule Log Video”


Mariah Carey: “All I Want for Christmas Is You”


“Walt Disney – The Night Before Christmas”

Jesus and Santa Claus are on their way!

“I’ll be home for Christmas – Elvis Presley”



“The Bible Christmas Story by Adam Hoggatt”

Merry Christmas!

Whitehouse: Seasons Greetings

Weekly Address: The President and First Lady Extend a Holiday Greeting and Thank our Troops for their Service

In this week’s address, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, and thank our brave troops and their families for their service. The President and First Lady ask the American people to visit JoiningForces.gov to find ways to honor and support our veterans and military families, and say that we must all come together, as we always do, to care for each other during this holiday season.

Watch President Obama’s weekly address.

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