There are 4 thoughts on “Christmas in Transition: From Figgy Pudding to the Bread of Life”.

  1. I enjoyed this also. I would like to meet you. I am a descentant of Selina Palfreyman and of course Hannah Butler her mother. I have enjoyed your speaches, and books over the years. Thank you for them. I will never forget the Polonesian man with the tattoo on his hand.

    Ilene Carter Ferris

  2. I was pleased to have Elder Condie as a colleague when we both taught many years ago at Brigham Young University. I now very much approve and appreciate his moving remarks on Christmas, which has been reduced by our secular world into “the holiday,” but without realizing that it is not a holiday until or unless the Holy Spirit touches our own hearts and minds and moves us toward genuine sanctification during our mortal probation as we await our place in our life after life.

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