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Since 2005 Jason and Tina Bledsoe have displayed an attention-getting Nativity scene in front of their Irvington home. And during each Christmas season since, passers-by have stopped to compliment the Bledsoes, usually remarking on how realistic the
Sometime late on New Year's Eve or early New Year's Day, a thief made off with baby Jesus, the Virgin Mary and Joseph from a Nativity scene in Woodside, the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office said Thursday. The culprit also grabbed the three kings,
As we say goodbye to 2012, one Antelope couple is looking to reunite with the centerpiece of their Christmas display. ';Baby jesus was no longer in the manger,'; said Mary Conroy. But, Mary couldn't miss it. ';It's all usually nailed down inside,';
Joseph and Mary are inside the manger with baby Jesus, the three wise men have left after following a brand new star, which can miraculously stop in mid air above Herod’s palace and start moving again,in order to lead
A new twist to the traditional nativity saw Joseph get down on one knee to propose to Mary in front of hundreds of amazed on-lookers. Romantic Gareth Yardley made the proposal as he starred in a live nativity in Hull, East Yorkshire. The 31-year-old
Henderson grandmother Cecilia Yates last week passed along a story and the chuckle she got from it when some local parents delivered some rather startling news to their son when he was 7 years old. The parents sat him down and his mom announced: "We'
In the hilltop town of Christian shrines is an original take on the traditional nativity scene. Behind the figures of Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus is a mural painting with the silhouette of a church's cross, a crescent moon atop a mosque and
Brits believe baby Jesus' first visitor was Santa London, December 18 (ANI) Many people struggle with the storyline of the birth of baby Jesus, a new survey has revealed. The Daily Mail reports the majority of Britons appear to be unaware that Jesus
14 December 2012 The lyrics are familiar from a thousand nativity plays and Christmas carol services...That is the question pondered by television historian Mary Beard after she attended this year's annual carol service at King's College, Cambridge.
WVLocal resident Ann Jacobsen announced Tuesday that she is champing at the bit to complain to township officials should anyone object to a display of the nativity scene recently erected in the community park. Someone's bound to say something, and