20 December 2015

Christmas Cards (1)

Out of pure idleness, Pam and I stopped sending Christmas Cards some years ago. But I would like to thank all readers and correspondents for their kindness in reading what I write, and the additional kindness of ensuring that I get to know that there are people out there reading it! I do offer Mass for my readers.

 A Blessed Advent and a fruitful Expectation of the Lord's Coming.


Gatepost productions said...

I'm not the brightest button in the box, and so I don't always understand some of the finer points you make. Nevertheless, I follow your blog, albeit I don't often comment.

A Very Holy and Happy Christmas to you.

Thank you for my share in the mass you offered; I need all the help I can get!

Eugenie Roth said...

Yes, of course, you blog IS read. Of course as a German I don't read your Posts concerning the Church in England, and my English is - of course - not the best, but ... Thank you!!!
Eugenie Roth from Germany

Eugenie Roth said...

As native German with poor English knowledge I don't understand everything you write, but be sure that I appreciate what I understand!


Eugenie Roth

Christopher Boegel said...

I bless the day that Pope Benedict opened the doors of the Catholic Church to the people of the Anglican Ordinariate.

Fr. Hunwicke, you are a treasured teacher among many others like you that God has showered as life-giving rain upon me.

As another teacher, Pro. Anthony Esolen once wrote: "May we all be conformed to the beauty of Jesus."

Thank you for the gifts you have given in turn.

A Merry Christmas...and a Blessed New Year...to the beautiful new Catholic Church of Olde England!

Unknown said...

A blessed Christmas to a constant source of wisdom and erudition that fits quite nicely between Prime and Terce.

Long-Skirts said...

Merry Christmas, Father!

Amateur Brain Surgeon said...

I pray that you and yours have happy and Blessed Christmastide, Father, for several treasons, not the least of which is that this Blog is a great source of information and wisdom with the added benefit of your wry, and sometimes sly(my favorite) observations.

Hierodeacon said...

Father John, a very happy Christmas to you and Presbytera. Thank you very much for your daily reflections. I hope they are read by many.

Vincent Uher said...

My warmest regards to you, Father, and to your wife in anticipation of this year's celebration of the Nativity of the Lord.

I no longer send cards for other reasons, but I include this link with the hope that it be a blessing to you and others:

I am profoundly grateful to God for your blog and your presence on the interwebs.

Mary Kay said...

My best wishes to you and yours this holy season. I give thanks for the blessing of meeting you, and the other priests present this year at the Roman Forum. I so much enjoy your writing!

Mary Jones

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Fr. Hunwicke, and best regards to you and your wife for a blessed Christmas, and the same for the New Year.