This is a reprint of my column from the December 2019 Carillon Notes. Read the whole newsletter here. According to the calendar on my refrigerator, December is the last month of the year. People from many religions—and people with no religion—are barreling towards the joyful, and often stressful, celebration of winter holidays. There are decorations to put up, foods to prepare, journeys to make, gifts to buy, and guests to host. There are last minute end-of-calendar-year projects for work and school. There is simply a lot to do. It can be overwhelming. According to the church calendar, Advent is…

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