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In today’s On the Square feature , George Weigel reflects on Christmas, the infinite, and the finite:

The title of Father Edward Oakes’ new book,  Infinity Dwindled to Infancy , nicely captures the imaginative challenge posed at Christmas: the mystery of the infinite God become finite man. In truth, however, the challenge to our imaginations has less to do with the  how  of what the Divine Office calls this  admirabile commercium [marvelous exchange] than with the  why .

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