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  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December nineteenth, "The Many Moods of Christmas” (1963). Robert Shaw was best known as the conductor of his namesake Chorale. In its day...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December eighteenth, "Do You Hear What I Hear?" (1962). Amid the anxiety of the Cuban missile crisis, Unitarian Noel Regney wrote the text...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December Seventeenth, Rod Serling’s Christmas Specials (1963). Though Jewish, Rod Serling always loved Christmas (maybe because his...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December sixteenth, Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales (1835). When the man he loved married a woman, Danish Unitarian Hans Christian...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December fifteenth, the First American Christmas Tree (1832). Unitarian Minister Charles Follen delighted his son and party guests with a...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December fourteenth, “I Heard the Bells On Christmas Day” (1865). Unitarian Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Wrote "Christmas Bells" (a poem...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December thirteenth, first department store Santa (1890). Department storeowner James Edgar delighted customers’ children by walking about...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December twelfth, Christmas Day is Clara Barton’s Birthday (1821). Clara Barton, Universalist and founder of the American Red Cross, is a...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December eleventh, Charles Dickens’ "A Christmas Carol" (1843). Unitarian Charles Dickens impacted the way Christmas is celebrated today...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December tenth, Christmas Scenes in "Little Women" (1868). Unitarian Louisa May Alcott wrote over a dozen Christmas-themed stories and...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December ninth, "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" (1849). "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” was written by Unitarian Minister Hamilton Sears...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December eighth, first Christmas Tree in the White House Blue Room (1912). From the New York Times, December 26, 1912: "With the President...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December seventh, "Eight Candles" (1970). Malvina Reynolds was a 20th century Jewish, Unitarian Universalist, socialist, songwriter, and...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December sixth, The Modern Look and Lore of Santa Claus (1863). Universalist Thomas Nast produced over 70 illustrations of Santa. It is...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December fifth, "Jingle Bells" (1857). First performed at a Thanksgiving event by the Sunday school children from the Unitarian Church in...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December fourth, the earmuff is invented (1873). Lifelong Unitarian Chester Greenwood received the Patent for the first earmuff when he was...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December third, Currier and Ives (1834). Founded by Unitarian Nathaniel Currier, the Currier and Ives Printing Firm published an annual set...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December second, Kwanzaa first celebrated (1966). Dr. Maulana Ron Karenga, Kwanzaa's founder, received some of the money needed to develop...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December first, "Over The River And Through The Woods" (1844). The song "Over the River and Through The Woods" is based on a poem by...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Chalice Lighting #434 in Singing the Living Tradition : May we be reminded here of our highest aspirations, and inspired to bring our gifts...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    These words are taken from "We Need One Another," by George Odell: Reading #468 in Singing the Living Tradition.
  • By Ellen Rockett
    This Buddhist metta meditation is the text of hymn #1031 (in Singing the Journey ), put to music by Ian Riddell and Mark Hayes.
  • By Ellen Rockett
    This quote, from Peter Mayer's hymn "Blue Boat Home" ( Singing the Journey #1064) was created for use & sharing on social media.
  • By Ellen Rockett
    This image, containing words from Peter Mayer's hymn "Blue Boat Home" ( Singing the Journey #1064), was created for use on social media.
  • By Ellen Rockett
    These words, by composer Sarah Dan Jones, are from hymn #1009 in Singing the Journey .
  • By Ellen Rockett
    A line from hymn #346 in Singing the Living Tradition : "Come, Sing a Song with Me" by Carolyn McDade
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Text from "Love Will Guide Us," by Sally Rogers, #131, Singing the Living Tradition .
  • By Ellen Rockett
    This image was created by Ellen Rockett, a Unitarian Universalist (UU) young adult, to accompany the seven separate images/smartphone...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Respect our interdependent web of existence: the image on the right may be used as wallpaper for a smartphone or tablet. The 7th Principle...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Improve the global community: the image on the right may be used as wallpaper for a smartphone or tablet. The 6th Principle of Unitarian...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Support democracy: the image on the right may be used as wallpaper for a smartphone or tablet. The 5th Principle of Unitarian Universalism...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Search freely and responsibly for truth & meaning. The Seven Principles by Ellen Rocket
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Accept one another and encourage spiritual growth: the image on the right may be used as wallpaper for a smartphone or tablet. The 3rd...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Justice, equity and compassion: the image on the right may be used as wallpaper for a smartphone or tablet. The 2nd Principle of Unitarian...
  • By Ellen Rockett
    Remember your inherent worth and dignity. The Seven Principles by Ellen Rocket

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