Religion: World Christmas

Happily endorsing a reader's suggestion that every Christmas box sent to a U.S. serviceman overseas should include a small gift for a child, the Living Church last week observed: "This Christmas . . . American servicemen will be scattered all over the world. . . . Almost everywhere there will be children, ragged, undernourished, embittered. What better token of the joy of the Incarnation could be found than a children's Christmas all over the world?"


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