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By Michael J. Lichens, Catholic Exchange, Dec. 16, 2022

Michael J. Lichens is the former editor of Catholic Exchange, whose writing has appeared in both Catholic and mainstream sources. …

Until recently, I was someone who just didn’t “get” the Infant of Prague. It’s a beautiful statue, with a fascinating history, but it took me twenty years to make room for Him. After hearing his stories and having time to visit Prague in 2018, I’m now one of His millions of devoted attendants. In fact, my first Sunday of Advent last year was spent with the Infant of Prague.

This year, however, I’m not able to make another pilgrimage. Still, the end of Advent is a great time to pray and meditate on the Infant Christ through devotion to the Infant of Prague.

If you are looking for a way to end Advent and to prepare your heart for the Nativity, I recommend this Novena to the Infant of Prague. …

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