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Our Morning Offering – 27 December – the Feast of St John the Apostle and Evangelist “The Disciple whom Jesus Loved” and the 3rd Octave Day

Our Morning Offering – 27 December – the Feast of St John the Apostle and Evangelist  “The Disciple whom Jesus Loved” and the 3rd Octave Day

Rejoice! For Jesus Christ is Born
By St Augustine (354-430) – Father & Doctor of the Church

Let the just rejoice,
for their Justifier is born.
Let the sick and infirm rejoice,
for their Saviour is born.
Let the captives rejoice,
for their Redeemer is born.
Let slaves rejoice,
for their Master is born.
Let free men rejoice,
for their Liberator is born.
Let All Christians rejoice,
for Jesus Christ is born.
Amen.rejoice, for jesus christ is born - st Augustine - 27 dec 2017

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