Wednesday, December 12, 2007


Could be. Domini Sumus makes the following observations while watching Frosty the Snowman - and it's quite interesting (I've probably seen it on an average once a year since 1969 - I was five then, so that's at least 38 times, PLUS, since the advent of the VCR video and the DVD, tack on dozens of times a year for the past 10 years).
Frosty is born at Christmas.
Frosty gives his life to save Karen.
Santa allows the cold wind (Holy Spirit) to come into the greenhouse and
Frosty comes back to life.
Frosty goes to the North Pole with Santa.
Frosty promises to return

There it is - Nativity, Passion/Death, Resurrection, Ascension, and the Promise of a Second Coming!


1 comment:

DominiSumus said...

Go figure! I still can't figure out why I hadn't seen this before and why I noticed it yesterday.

Must have something to do with all the questions on the life of Christ I have been from the Summa Theologiae.