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The legend of the Christmas Wreath Long ago an orphan boy sought comfort from the cold in church where all bore gifts... riches of silver and gold. Though the boy had no gift, he would not despair, for his life had been filled in blessed grace and prayer. He took a holly branch and tied a circle in a crown, then brought it to the church and at the altar, laid it down. The wreath began to sparkle as brilliant berries glowed above, a testament to the strength of prayer and God's encircling…

The legend of the Christmas Wreath Long ago an orphan boy sought comfort from…

La Befana. In the Italian folklore, Befana is an old woman who delivers gifts to children throughout Italy on Epiphany Eve (the night of January 5) in a similar way to Saint Nicholas or Santa Claus

Italy- The Italian equivalent of Santa Claus is La Befana. The elderly, witch like woman flies above Italy on a broomstick to give gifts to the children on Epiphany Day.

Christmas Star- printable about the Legend of the Christmas Star

The Legend of the Christmas Star printable - A diamond shines no brighter Than that lovely Christmas star, It shines in all its brilliance; A symbol of the Christ child As He lay upon the hay.

The Legend of the Christmas Rose--Christmas Rose is also known as the Pointsettia

Christmas Rose Legend Vintage Linen Postcard "When Jesus was born in the little town of Bethlehem..."

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