Christmas Historical Resources

Today is the last day of classes for 2019. The Seminary will be closed from December 21–January 1, with staff returning on the 2nd and the students following on Monday, January 13, when daily chapel services will also resume. Though the buildings will be closed, anyone who happens to be in the area is welcome to drive or walk through our beautiful grounds and enjoy the quiet and peace on campus.

Throughout the break, we’ll continue posting devotions, podcasts, Scripture readings, and hymns here on Facebook. In the meantime, here is some Christmas reading from the “What Does This Mean?” blog, run by CTSFW librarian Rev. Bob Smith. They’re currently working through the O Antiphons, but here are some of their past posts, which answer a number of historical questions about Christmas. Click on the title to be taken to the article.