A Christmas Trilogy
The holiday season is about the spirit of giving. Friends and neighbors take a few extra minutes, put aside their differences, and share the holiday spirit through giving and generosity. A Christmas Trilogy is a representation of that same spirit, sharing three Christmas stories that focus on the joy of giving to others. In “The Christmas Gift,” you’ll meet Mike O’Connor, a young man from Chicago who hasn’t been to visit his family for Christmas in several years because of an argument with his father. But when he finally decides to make amends, he becomes caught in a blizzard on Christmas Eve, stuck overnight at a diner. Will he find a way to make the rest of the journey, or will he head back to Chicago and leave things the way they were? “The Christmas Spirit” shares the tale of a boy named Billy who learns there is no Santa Claus when his classmates make fun of him for believing in a fairy tale. Billy’s grandfather steps in and shows him that there’s a way to keep the spirit of Santa alive—no matter how old you become. The final story, “The Christmas Guests,” tells of the untimely death of Andrew Hennessey’s wife and son, leaving him a lonely and bitter man, oblivious to the Christmas season. Can the arrival of some unexpected guests cause him to rediscover the Christmas spirit? A Christmas Trilogy will warm your heart and put you in the holiday spirit—no matter what time of year it is!
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