Roc Homily – Christmas 2016


A belated Merry Christmas to family & friends!

The picture sets the scene.  The audio says it all.

The people who walked in darkness have seen a tiny bright light;

Those who lived in a land of deep darkness—
 on them the light has shined. 

The people whose darkness keep them apart have found a welcoming light.


Those who dwelt in a land of gloom, a land of gloom and foreboding, have found a beckoning light.

Those afraid of walking in night have seen, have seen a saving light

The people ashamed who hide in the night have seen a kindly light


And those walking under the shadow of death have seen a peaceful light

Joseph and Mary walked into the night and they brought forth the beautiful light

There in OUR darkness, Jesus awaits, a precious and saving and welcoming light.

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