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Here was our itinerary: One of the highlights of our trip was visiting Lincoln State Park and the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial.
"They wanted to keep the Santa," said the curator at the Santa Claus Museum, "and all they could think of was Santa Claus." But that's not a very magical story, so a tale developed that the new-name debate took place on Christmas Eve, and that it was interrupted when a door blew open and sleigh bells could be heard on the wind. " cried a child, and the town decided that indeed it was.Santa Claus remained that way for decades of peaceful obscurity.Then it was renamed Santaclause, perhaps to discourage kids from sending letters. Postal Service was somehow convinced to change the town's name back to Santa Claus in 1928 and to agree that it would be the only Santa Claus post office in the U. Robert Ripley then publicized Santa Claus as a Believe It Or Not! The Postmaster General was furious and threatened to force yet another name change in 1931, but the public howled in protest and the threat was withdrawn.The national memorial includes a number of interesting sites.There is the grave of Lincoln’s mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, who died here.Many years have passed since I strolled by the river, Arm in arm with sweetheart Mary by my side.
It was there I tried to tell her that I loved her, It was there I begged of her to be my bride.
Round my Indiana homestead wave the cornfields, In the distance loom the woodlands clear and cool.
Oftentimes my thoughts revert to scenes of childhood, Where I first received my lessons, nature’s school.
"In the face of death, the Church confidently proclaims that God has created each person for eternal life and that Jesus, the Son of God, by his death and resurrection, has broken the chains of sin and death that bound humanity.
Christ 'achieved his task of redeeming humanity and giving perfect glory to God, principally by the paschal mystery of his blessed passion, resurrection from the dead, and glorious ascension.'""At the death of a Christian, whose life of faith was begun in the waters of baptism and strengthened at the Eucharistic table, the Church intercedes on behalf of the deceased because of its confident belief that death is not the end nor does it break the bonds forged in life.
But when James Martin took over as its postmaster, he realized that those letters were gold (the more mail that came through, the more money he was paid). It was then announced that all letters to Santa -- which had previously been thrown away -- would now be routed to Santa Claus.