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Stolen baby Jesus returned to Montana Nativity scene with a note: ‘This is God’

Stolen baby Jesus returned to Montana Nativity scene with a note: ‘This is God’

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A Butte, Mo. couple found two notes Thursday from somebody pretending to be God after a child Jesus figurine was stolen from their Nativity scene on New 12 months’s Day.

Jack McCormick mentioned he was relieved to see child Jesus again within the manger in his snow-filled yard on Thursday, The Montana Customary reported.

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“That is God,” a observe learn. “I took my son again for a visit! I am returning him now! God Bless!”

The opposite observe requested the household to maintain the matter off Fb.

On Tuesday, after the child Jesus was stolen, McCormick posted an image of it on social media that received over 100 shares.

“Somebody stole the Christ baby from our Nativity Scene,” he wrote. “It will imply a fantastic deal to us to have it returned.”

The nativity set is greater than only a household memento. Andrea McCormick mentioned her uncle acquired the collectible figurines from the St. Helena Catholic Church when it was relocated within the late 1960s.

And sadly, it wasn’t the primary time elements of it had gone lacking.

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McCormick’s uncle loaned the set to the St. Patrick Catholic Church for a while when a few of the collectible figurines have been stolen and later present in a close-by alley.

The household is grateful that Mary and Joseph are as soon as once more wanting down on child Jesus and never an empty manger.

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“Andrea’s prayers to St. Anthony may need had a bit to do with it, too!” Jack McCormick posted on Fb Thursday.

The McCormicks mentioned they plan to donate the set to a neighborhood museum as a result of it is a part of Butte historical past.

The Related Press contributed to this report.


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