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December 22, 2000 Issue

NOTE: there will be no Compass issue published on December 29, 2000. The next issue will be January 5, 2001.


 • Parish planning help offered
 • Christmas dinners set in 3 areas
 • Even better than Santa Claus
 • Old Polish Christmas custom still lives on
 • Signs of hope in church, world shine forth for pastor
 • What's happening for youth


 • Bishop Banks --
    Only the real Christmas will sustain us

 • Auxiliary Bishop Morneau -- for Dec. 25:
    The nowness of Jesus' birth and presence

 • Auxiliary Bishop Morneau -- for Dec. 31:
    Family: our most important community

 • Fr. Richard Ver Bust -- for Dec. 25:
    Jesus is the divine Savior and Lord

 • Fr. Richard Ver Bust -- for Dec. 31:
    Young Jesus provides the unexpected

 • Compass Editorial --
    Feasting on good news


 • Foundations of Faith --
    Did Jesus have other brothers and sisters?

 • Saint of the Day --
    Almost like winning the lottery

   Advent/Christmas --
   • I'll be home for Christmas this year
   • Going home answers summons
   • Germans follow own traditions
   • Children offer their own Christmas carols
   • Students choose top Christmas carols
   • What is the true meaning of Christmas?

 • Calendar of Events


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