Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Nazareth midnight mass on Internet, live

Midnight mass in Nazareth will be broadcast live in half an hour on Israel TV and on the Internet. You can go to http://iba.org.il/media/ and click on "Christmas Mass" at 11:55 pm Israel time. We are GMT +2 hours.
I imagine a video of it will be available there afterwards, on Christmas Day.

Happy Chanuka from my computer to yours!
It's really only the 4th day, so tonight we lit 4 + 1 candles.
Right after watching midnight mass on my little notebook computer, I am going to pack it up and together we will head to Ben-Gurion Airport. Saturday morning, God willing, I'll be in Australia!
So goodbye for a few days. Merry Christmas or happy Chanuka to all you friends out there!
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18 comments:

jordaenne said...

Bon voyage on this sacred day!

Cloudia said...

Sending you warm aloha!

Gretchen said...

I hope you have a great trip to Australia!

Have a wonderful holiday season!

Petrea said...

Have fun in Australia, dear sister! Enjoy your family and your joie de vie!

Yaelian said...

Happy Chanukah and bon voyage to Australia!

Sally said...

Happy Chanuka and Merry Ho Ho Hos to you and yours - thanks for following my musings at Sydney Daily Photo

Sharon said...

Your computer photo is great! Safe travels!!

nazzareno said...

I wish you, Merry Christmas and a Happy 2009.

spacedlaw said...

Wishing you a pleasant journey and a great time in Australia.

Meead S. said...

Merry Christmas Dina. Have a safe and fun trip!

Dick said...

Oh, have a great time, take care.

Kay said...

Happy Chanukah, Dina! We're wishing you an uneventrul, happy flight(s) to Australia where you'll have lots of G'Days!

Pietro said...

What a significant post, Dina.
Thanks for sharing.
Enjoy your trip, see you soon!

mommanator said...

enjoy the family in Austrailis, God bless you and yours, safe travels

Jedediah said...

Have a great trip (and take lots of pictures to share with us!)

Debbie said...

Hope you had a wonderul holiday and a great trip.

Petrea said...

We took a walk in the neighborhood last night. It was cold for California, so we bundled up. Christmas lights twinkled in several windows. We were fortunate to pass by right as a family was lighting their menorah. A warm and inviting sight.

Reader Wil said...

Beautiful photos, Dina!