iPadre #42 – O King of the Gentiles

Today we begin our more intesnse preparation for Christmas with daily reflection on the “O” Antiphons. The antiphon for December 22nd is “O King of the Gentiles and the desired of all, You are the cornerstone that binds two (the Jews and the Gentiles) into one: Come, and save poor man whom You fashioned out of clay.” Come back each day as we continue our reflection on the “O” Antiphons through December 23rd.

– Christ the Child King by Friction Bailey
–  Holy, Holy, Holy by Joshua Burke
–  O Come Emmanuel by Benjamin

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iPadre #41 – O Rising Dawn

Today we begin our more intesnse preparation for Christmas with daily reflection on the “O” Antiphons. The antiphon for December 21th is “O Rising Dawn, Radiance of the Light eternal and Sun of Justice; come, and enlighten those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death.” Come back each day as we continue our reflection on the “O” Antiphons through December 23rd.

– Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming by Doug Boldt
– O Come, O Come Emmanuel by Doug Boldt

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iPadre #40 – O Key of David

Today we begin our more intesnse preparation for Christmas with daily reflection on the “O” Antiphons. The antiphon for December 20th is “O Key of David and Scepter of the house of Israel: You open and no man closes; You close and no man opens. Come, and deliver him from the chains of prison who sits in darkness and in the shadow of death.” Come back each day as we continue our reflection on the “O” Antiphons through December 23rd.

– In The Bleak Midwinter by Doug Boldt
– Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming by Susan Bailey.

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iPadre #39 – O Root of Jesse

Today we begin our more intesnse preparation for Christmas with daily reflection on the “O” Antiphons. The antiphon for December 19th is “O Root of Jesse, You stand for a ensign of mankind; before You kings shall keep silence, and to You all nations shall have recourse. Come, save us, and do not delay.” Come back each day as we continue our reflection on the “O” Antiphons through December 23rd.

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