A Mary for All

Christianity's Jewish roots

IMAGINE what you would think if you had grown up with little knowledge of Christianity, and you arrived in mid-winter in a country whose culture and spirituality had been shaped by that faith in one of its more traditional varieties. In other words, if you found yourself observing the celebration of Christ’s Nativity in a country dominated by Roman Catholics, or by the Greek or Russian Orthodox church, or in an ancient outpost of Christendom like Ethiopia or Armenia.

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