Today we celebrate the birthday of one of the most unusual and important people in the history of our faith: St. John the Baptist. It is reproduced for you here: Today we celebrate the birth of John The very first homily I ever delivered was on this feast. Today, June 24th, nine months after September 23rd, we celebrate the birth of St. John the Baptist, son of Elizabeth and Zechariah, a priest. Much in the same way as Jesus’ nativity. Today, as we celebrate the birth of John the Baptist, we are remembering someone who was called by God to deliver a message and a man who took this mission very seriously. The birth of John the Baptist Good evening/morning everyone, I am so happy to see you all and my special welcome to all our parishioners, cottagers, visitors and every one who is here today. The birth of John the Baptist was surrounded by mystery, confusion and many unanswered questions. Religious scholars having observed the similarity of their lives. Today we celebrate the birthday of one of the most unusual and important people in the history of our faith: St. John the Baptist. John is often called the last of the Old Testament Prophets. John the Baptist was the point of departure from the Old Testament and the beginning of the New. The Great speaker, John Chrysostom said this of John the Baptist: "Such a one was John, who regarded not the crowds, nor opinion, nor anything else belonging to people, but trod all this beneath his feet, and proclaimed to all with becoming freedom the things respecting Christ. June 24, 2015 - The Nativity of John the Baptist Today the Church celebrates the Nativity of John the Baptist. John’s birth occurred near the summer solstice, i.e., when the day is longest and now is shortening, just as John was to diminish as Jesus was to increase. Much in the same way as Jesus’ nativity.
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