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Dec 20
O Come, Let Us Adore Him: Nativity Scenes in the Archdiocese of Toronto

It was St. Francis of Assisi who made made the Christmas crèche popular and turned it into a familiar part of Christian homes around the world. He presented a Bethlehem scene with live animals on Christmas Eve in 1223 in Greccio, Italy. 

Here are some nativity scenes from parishes in the Archdiocese of Toronto, in no particular order. 

Holy Family Parish in Whitby

St. Joseph the Worker Parish in Thornhill

St. Clare of Assisi Parish in Woodbridge

St. David's Parish in Maple 

St. Clare Parish in Toronto 

St. Marguerite D'Youville Parish in Brampton

Precious Blood Parish in Scarborough - outside 

Precious Blood Parish in Scarborough - inside

St. Edward the Confessor Parish in Toronto

Vietnamese Martyrs Parish in Toronto 

St. Mary Immaculate Parish in Richmond Hill

St. Josephine Bakhita Parish in Mississauga 

Newman Centre in Toronto

*These submissions were collected between Friday, December 7 up until publication on Thursday, December 20. 


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