QUOTE OF THE DAY

Quote of the Day : Gaudete & Serious Celebration

Rejoice, rejoice, Christ was bornFrom the Virgin Mary, rejoice.Rejoice, rejoice, Christ was bornFrom the Virgin Mary, rejoice.Time to get back to what we wantedLet us devoutly return the songs of joy.Rejoice, rejoice, Christ was bornFrom the Virgin Mary, rejoice.Rejoice, rejoice, Christ was bornFrom the Virgin Mary, rejoice. Gaudete Origins of the Quote Gaudete is a sacred Christmas carol and thought […]
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Quote of the Day : Carol of the Bells

“One seems to hear Words of good cheer Words of good cheer From everywhere (From everywhere) Filling the air Oh, how they pound (Oh, how they pound) Raising their sound O’er hill and dale Telling their tale” The Carol of the Bells Origins of the Quote Although “Carol of the Bells” has become a popular tune during the holidays, the […]
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Quote of the Day: We Three Kings the Popular Carol

We Three Kings of Orient are, Bearing gifts we traverse afar, Field and fountain, Moor and mountain, Following yonder Star. Star of Wonder, Star of Night, Star with Royal Beauty bright, Westward leading, Still proceeding, Guide us to Thy perfect Light. We Three Kings of Orient Are Origins of the Quote “We Three Kings”, original title “Three Kings of Orient”, […]
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Quote of the Day: Away in A Manger & the Nativity

Away in a manger No crib for a bed The little Lord Jesus Laid down His sweet head The stars in the bright sky Looked down where He lay The little Lord Jesus Asleep on the hay Away in a Manger Origins of the Quote “Away in a Manger” is a Christmas carol first published in the late nineteenth century […]
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Quote of the Day: Joy to the World

Joy to the world!Joy to the world! Oh, woah Joy to the world, the Lord is comeLet earth receive her KingLet every heart prepare Him roomAnd heaven and nature singAnd heaven and nature singAnd heaven, and heaven and nature sing Joy to the world!Joy to the world! Joy to the World Origins of the Quote The words of the hymn […]
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Quote of the Day : It Came Upon a Midnight Clear & Peace

Peace on the earth, good will to men From heaven’s all gracious King The world in solemn stillness lay To hear the angels sing Still through the cloven skies they come With peaceful wings unfurled And still their heavenly music floats O’er all the weary world It Came Upon a Midnight Clear Origins of the Quote “It Came Upon the […]
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Quote of the Day: Coventry Carol

“Herod the king in his raging Set forth upon this day By his decree, no life spare thee All children young to slay All children young to slay Then woe is me, poor child, for thee And ever mourn and say For thy parting, neither say nor sing Farewell, lully, lullay Farewell, lully, lullay” Coventry Carol Origins of the Quote […]
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Quote of the Day: Come All Ye Faithful

O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant O come ye, o come ye to Bethlehem O come and behold Him, born the King of Angels Come All Ye Faithful Origins of the Quote “O Come, All Ye Faithful”, originally “Adeste Fideles” in Latin is a Christmas carol. It has been attributed to several authors, including John Francis Wade (1711–1786), […]
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Quote of the Day: Silent Night, A Prayer for Peace

“Silent night, holy nightAll is calm, all is brightRound yon Virgin, Mother and ChildHoly infant so tender and mildSleep in heavenly peaceSleep in heavenly peace” Silent Night Origins of the Quote Silent Night” is about a calm and bright silent night, and the wonder of a tender and mild newborn child, words written in 1816 by a young priest in […]
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