5 ways to bring back Christmas in 2017

“The holiday season is the season when people want to be loved,” said the Rev. Robert D. Hennard, pastor of St. Thomas More Parish in Florida.

“People want to feel loved and safe and safe in their homes.”

In this Nov. 8, 2016 photo, the Revs.

Robert Hennards and Paul Roesler, right, sit in the choir room at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in St. Petersburg, Fla.

(AP Photo/Michael Wade)The Christmas season is a time to share and to celebrate.

And this year, we are celebrating the holiday season with a new Christmas card.

We have the opportunity to do that this year with a card of love and a reminder of who God is and how to celebrate Christmas, which is one of the best things you can do for Christmas.

I am really excited to share with you this year a card from the Catholic Diocese of Orange County.

The card comes in a beautifully hand-crafted wooden box with a beautiful red heart inside, and it is filled with love, peace and faith.

I think this is the most meaningful card that I have ever seen.

It is a very personal card, and I think it is the first card that we have ever made with a prayer, and one that we hope to be able to bring out again next year.

This is a card that is meant to be a Christmas card for the entire community, and to show love to all people of faith, in all faiths, and all people.

I hope it brings people back to the joy of Christmas and that it also helps people to remember what Christmas means.

There is a lot of love in this card.

This is a beautiful card.

It means a lot to me.

The Catholic Dioceses Christmas cards are being produced by the Catholic Charities of the Americas.

The card is being produced in partnership with the Diocese and its partners, the Orange County Office of the Pope and the Orange Regional Office of Immigrant Services.