December 1945
America;12/22/1945, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p336
The article discusses the forthcoming Christmas of 1945 as the first in six years that is celebrated in peace. He says that having gone through a horrible period in the history of the world, people must learn again to have confidence in the goodness of life and in happiness for which man was born to. He says that the road to peace is in learning all over again to value every child who is born in the image of the Child in the Manger; of every mother's noble life; and in the dignity of every father's life.


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