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Oh, There's No Place Like Our Blog for the Holidays

SnowmanAs Beacon Broadside heads into hibernation for a week, and our staff heads off to gatherings far and near, we offer you these posts, recent and from years' past, to give you some thoughts to reflect upon for the holiday season. See you in 2012!

Arms Wide Open: Lighting Candles for Winter Solstice by Patricia Harman

8 Reasons My Interfaith Family Celebrates Hanukkah and Christmas by Susan Katz Miller

Children of Disappointment and the Season of Hope by David Chura

Your Guide to Holiday Sanity: Talking Politics in a Bipartisan Family by Sophia Raday

What Brings Real Joy at Christmas? by Rev. Marilyn Sewell

Fundamentalist Family, Secular Christmas by Susan Campbell

A Modest Proposal for Your Holiday Correspondence by Jay Wexler

Hanukah: Moving Past Two-Mindedness by Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg 

Putting Hussein in Christmas by Rita Nakashima Brock and Rebecca Ann Parker

Single at the Holidays: Not Alone, but a Different Kind of Togetherness by Kay Trimberger

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