Merry Christmas

I watched a video clip the other day on Fox News about two women from New York , Ughetta Jilleba and Dale Kolareck, who are expanding their “It’s OK to Say Merry Christmas to Me” campaign.  They are associated with the Pope John Paul II Court of Catholic Daughters of the Americas.  This is such a wonderful idea. The money they raise goes to support food banks and the homeless.

I get so fed up with these secular-progressive liberals out there who claim to be so tolerant.  They are very tolerant … when it comes to  supporting gay rights, pardoning convicted cop killers, releasing pedophiles back into society, supporting terrorists who are attacking American citizens, pornography in prime time television, apologizing for America’s endless list of crimes against radical Islamists, or befriending local communist dictators.  However, when it comes to Christians and saying “Merry Christmas,”  somehow they are so easily offended and often nastily intolerant.

I am so glad to see that Lowes has backed off from selling “Family Trees” this year and is going back to selling Christmas Trees.  They are even re-releasing their “holiday,”  or dare I say it … Christmas catalog, to correct the little  “Family Tree” issue.

It is all so very odd to me!  I have never been offended by hearing “Happy Hanukah” or seeing Muslim women wearing their veils.  I personally think the Rastafarian “hair style” is a little extreme, but I am not offended by it. Why are these such open-minded, tolerant people so easily offended by wishing folks a Merry Christmas, Peace On Earth, or Good Will Toward Men?

Anyway, I ordered twenty of these “Its OK to Say Merry Christmas to Me” buttons.  I may order more.  I will certainly wear one and will give one to anyone I know that wants to wear one.  It is certainly OK to wish me a Merry Christmas!!  In closing I am going to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!  If that offends you … get a life!!

If you wish to order some of these buttons (they are $1 each), here is their contact information:

Email cdjpii@aol.com or call 845-893-6368.

Checks or money orders may also be mailed to:
Catholic Daughters Court John Paul II
C/O: Hallel Missionaries
175 Route 340
Sparkill, NY  10976

Buttons cost $1 and car magnets cost $3.   

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Comments

  1. The CHRIST Program at the RestoreChrist.org web site goes into some depth in addressing the secular impact on Christmas, Easter, and other holy days. It points out that it is easy for any Christian who is “walking the walk” to now and then take a step toward supporting Christianity. They don’t sell anything, but help empower Christians to be the instrument of change to restore Christ in holy days through the power of their numbers. I recommend the site to anyone who wonders “What could I do?”

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