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Banned in France, Embraced by U.S. Abolitionists–The Story of ‘O Holy Night’

Knowing its history makes me love it all the more

Photo by Dan Kiefer on Unsplash

I must have heard O Holy Night thousands of times.

I love this moving song, but it wasn’t until this past Sunday did I appreciate it at a whole new level.




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Marilyn Flower

Marilyn Flower

Writer, sacred fool, improviser, avid reader, novel forthcoming, soul collage facilitator, prayer warrior and did I say writer? https://linktr.ee/marilynflower

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