After 1400 years, piece of Jesus' manger returns to Bethlehem in time for Christmas

After 1400 years, piece of Jesus' manger returns to Bethlehem in time for Christmas

- A relic of Jesus manager will be returned to Bethlehem 1400 years after it was taken

- The important piece which was gifted to the then pope in Rome was shown to the worshippers on Friday, November 29

- Its arrival on Saturday, November 30, will coincide with Advent, a four-week window period leading to Christmas

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As Christmas approaches, Christians are celebrating the return of a little wooden relic that was believed to be part of Jesus manger, 1400 years after it was gifted to the pope in Rome.

Fox News reports that the small-sized cradle was shown to worshipers on Friday, November 29, at the Notre Dame church in Jerusalem during a-day celebration and prayer.

By Saturday, November 30, the media said it would be sent to its permanent place at the Franciscan Church of St Catherine, very close to the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, where Jesus was born.

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The relic on the same day of Advent, a four-week period before Christmas.

The relic on the same day of Advent, a four-week period before Christmas.
Source: UGC

It should be noted that the arrival of the important piece will happen on the same day of Advent, a four-week period that will usher in Christmas.

The Vatican said Pope Francis is returning the piece to the custodian of religious sites in Bethlehem as a gift.

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See the piece of Jesus' manger in the picture below:

While on the subject of Jesus, an unnamed pastor has been captured in a recent video caning his members who were seen lying on the floor. It is reported that the church members received the lashes because they were absent during a Sunday service.

It is not known if the pastor had a register he marked which revealed those who were absent. The language he speaks is not too familiar which may mean this did not happen in Ghana.

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