Christmas is commonly known as a Christian holiday where the birth of Jesus Christ is commemorated and observed on December 25. The day is celebrated by billions of people around the world.
Father Michael Weeder, Dean of St. George's Cathedral says at this time when everybody is celebrating and having plenty to eat, we need to be mindful of those who are lacking and have nothing at the table.
We need to look at the essentials of humanity and how it is expressed to others....— Father Michael Weeder, Dean of St. George's Cathedral
At this time when we are focused on accumulating material possessions, lets seek ways we can be sharing.— Father Michael Weeder, Dean of St. George's Cathedral
The St. Georges Cathedral will have a number of activities to celebrate Christmas including a message by Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and a visit by Archbishop Justin Portal Welby, the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury and the most senior bishop in the Church of England.
To hear more about what St. Georges Cathedral will be doing this Christmas, listen below:
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