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Let us celebrate Christmas by renewing our dedication to the cause of life—especially to those babies nestled in their mothers’ wombs

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It seems to me no accident that, in the desperate darkness of winter, the light of the world arrives in the form of the Baby Jesus.

As the old song says, “we need a little Christmas, right this very minute!” For me, December has marked the deaths of a cousin and a beloved church friend. It has been a month of saying painful goodbyes to ones whom I have loved. Perhaps you too have experienced your share of heartache as the calendar crept towards winter.

But death does not have the last word. Christians see death as a transition to a forever life in heaven.

We can see small glimpses of that heaven on earth—in the joy of a baby’s smile…in the oohs and ahhs of children on a Christmas morning.

It is so appropriate that Jesus came to earth in the form of a tiny baby—completely vulnerable, entirely dependent on His mother and foster father Joseph. In His fragile form, He represented hope and the joy which should accompany every birth.

There is simply no canceling Christmas—no way to snuff out the light which Christ represents. He brings new life to the world—and the optimism which comes from knowing that He has come to save us.

Christmas is a holy day for Christians and a holiday for much of the world. Let us celebrate by renewing our dedication to the cause of life—especially to those babies nestled in their mothers’ wombs. For, with each birth, we can celebrate Christmas anew.

As we gather to celebrate the joyous season of Christmas, let us not only revel in the warmth of family, the exchange of gifts, and the festive cheer but also take a moment to reflect on the profound meaning of this holiday. Christmas is a time of hope, love, and new beginnings—a celebration of the miraculous birth of Jesus Christ, whose arrival brought light into a world filled with darkness.

At the heart of the Christmas story lies a message of compassion, empathy, and the sanctity of life. It reminds us of the unconditional love that God bestowed upon humanity by sending His Son to dwell among us, offering redemption and salvation to all. As we commemorate this sacred event, let us heed the call to emulate Christ’s example of love and compassion in our own lives.

In the midst of our festivities, let us not forget those who are most vulnerable among us—the unborn children nestled in their mothers’ wombs. They are precious lives, deserving of our protection, care, and advocacy. In a world where the sanctity of life is often disregarded, Christmas serves as a poignant reminder of the inherent value and dignity of every human being, from conception to natural death.

Therefore, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, let us renew our dedication to the cause of life. Let us stand in solidarity with expectant mothers, offering them support, encouragement, and resources to choose life for their unborn children. Let us advocate for policies and initiatives that promote a culture of life, where every child is welcomed with open arms and given the opportunity to flourish.

This Christmas, let our hearts be filled with love, compassion, and a steadfast commitment to defending the most vulnerable members of our society. May we honor the precious gift of life that was bestowed upon us by cherishing and protecting the gift of life in others. And may the spirit of Christmas inspire us to create a world where every child is cherished, every mother is supported, and every life is celebrated.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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