A Live Nativity

This past Sunday I was honored to be Mary at a Live Nativity for “Instruments of Hope”.

The event began with a candlelight walk with the Three Kings through the St. Francis Sculpture Garden at Marywood to the manger scene where they came upon Mary, Joseph and the Infant Jesus surrounded by several live animals recreating that starry night in Bethlehem. After singing several Christmas Carols including Silent Night, Drummer Boy & Joy to The World the children had a chance to pet the animals and partake in donuts and warm beverages. It was truly a beautiful night and very honored & blessed to be a part of it!

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2 responses to “A Live Nativity

  1. That baby Jesus has quite a head of hair. Your looking good with Him in your arms.

    • Rosario Rodriguez

      Thanks! Because of the full head of hair I had to rescue baby Jesus out of the manger because the donkey kept trying to eat it! lol Even when I had him in my arms the donkey kept trying to nibble at the hair and at one point almost knocked me off the bale of hay. It really was a fun night!

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