The ‘Midnight’ Mass: Christ Was Born to Save
“No, you can’t eat that candy cane. Hop in the van. It’s time for Christmas!”
My wife and I load our three excited young children in the van and drive out for a brisk sparkle tour before Midnight Mass. It is 20 degrees below zero, a definite improvement from last year. We are excited that we should get 15 minutes of looking at lights before the rear windows ice up completely. However, the sparkle tour is disappointing. It seems that large sections of streets this year have zero lights for display. So we trundle off to Midnight Mass.
Of course, it’s 7:50