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Saturday, December 1 — World AIDS Day’s theme Stop AIDS: Keep the Promise calls on governments to meet their pledges in the fight against…

Saturday, December 1 — World AIDS Day’s theme Stop AIDS: Keep the Promise calls on governments to meet their pledges in the fight against HIV and AIDS.

Sunday, December 2 — First Sunday of Advent marks the beginning of a time of preparation for the Feast of the Nativity. A suggested reading Matthew 24: 37-44.

Wednesday, December 5 — Hanukkah the Jewish Festival of Lights begins. Special readings focus on liberty and freedom. One additional candle on the eight-candle Menorah is lit each day.

Thursday, December 6 — Saint Nicolas, patron of children and role model for gift giving, is remembered.

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