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1. What Nationality is Santa? NORTH POLISH
2. Why did the Gingerbread man go to the doctor? HE WAS FEELING CRUMBY
3. Why is a broken drum the best Christmas present in the world? BECAUSE YOU JUST CAN’T BEAT IT
4. Where do snowmen keep their money? IN SNOW BANKS, OF COURSE.

Merry Christmas.  Feel free to comment with your own favorite riddles :)

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Jay Stadelman December 20, 2013 at 11:47 AM

Merry Christmas to you and your Family, Steve I had the pleasure of meeting you when you were in Baltimore at Calvert Hall mens conference. I love what you are doing I told you that your converion to become a catholic,is one the main factors I did not leave the catholic church and remained catholic. Because I wrestled with the issues of what is the true church of Jesus Christ for along time. I wish I could close my business and do something like you do for a living. I admire and respect you and what you are doing very much..May God bless and protect you always………… Peace ………………Jay Stadelman

Gael Hanauer December 20, 2013 at 12:11 PM

Dearest Steve and Janet! Almost one year ago we made a pilgrimage with you to the Holy Land. We still look at our DVD often, and speak so fondly of the trip and you both. It was SO SAFE and Blessed, we can’t thank you enough for your apostolate and love for Jesus Christ. God Bless you at the special time. Prayers for 2014 Merry Christmas, Gael and Roy

David Queen December 20, 2013 at 3:06 PM

Steve , Janet, and family,

Merry Christmas to you all and Blessings for the coming year…looks like you’ll continue to need them with that schedule. My father, Ruben, and I traveled to the Holy Land with you several years ago and I’ve been itching for another trip with you ever since. I’m back there again every Sunday with the Mass readings. I have the entire DVD set and am excited about the new one on which you are working. I recommend you to all my fellow Catholics and Brother Knights who travel. Not sure when I will be able to join you again but wanted to inquire as to whether you do any trips to the Camino Santiago that ends in Compestella (sp?) Spain. I understand it is the Way of St. James and am planning the trek in 2015 with my son when he graduates from college. Can you direct me to some groups or people who may plan Pilgrimages there? It would be much appreciated.

God Bless and keep you and your family. Vivat Jesus!

David

Imelda Castro January 18, 2014 at 11:08 PM

Steve and Janet, I’m a little late, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I’ve traveled with you on two pilgrimages, 2009 to the Holy Land and 2010 Turin-the Shroud of Christ; I’m so blessed to be Catholic and to have been to those pilgrimages with you both. As David Queen stated, I’m there with Jesus at every Mass. My spirituality continues to get stronger every day. Thank you for all you do; great family picture!
I have you in my prayers. Viva Cristo Rey!

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