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Saturday, December 24, 2011

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Agnieszka

An awesome reflection, poignant but joyously triumphant; the "world" doesn't really want to know but Christ comes anyway, always.

Gil

I had the same problem buying them. My local Hallmark shop had about two Christmas cards. The Metropolitan Museum catalogue, however, had a lot of them so I ordered from them.

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