Stations of the Cross – 12/30/22 – St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary – YouTube

Evening Meditations for Day VI Christmas Octave ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Very short and painful were the slumbers of the Infant Jesus. A manger was His cradle, straw was His bed, and straw His pillow; so that the sleep of Jesus was often interrupted by the hardness of this rough and painful little bed, and by the severe cold of the cave. Notwithstanding this, overcome by nature, the sweet Babe from time to time slept amidst His sufferings.

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