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I loved seeing this again! My parents subscribed to WORD Records back in the 50's and 60's and we received a new record every month, at least that's what I remember. It had classical, gospel and the 'culture' we needed as we grew up. :) The White Sisters and The Christmas Story was one good example.

And here's another one I remember we had! The World Vision Korean Orphan Choir

Here's the Haynes Sisters in White Christmas too...:) by The Sister Project

SISTERS, SISTERS THERE were never such devoted sisters. Ring a bell? It should. A holiday bell, to be specific, since those are the opening lyrics to perhaps the most memorable song from White Christmas, that fine movie that is now playing on TV almost nonstop in the festive season. Sisterly devotion is also the theme to so much of what we write about here at TSP, perhaps never more so illustrated than by the December 16th birthday girl, Jane Austen (1775), and the astonishing act of sisterhood performed by her sister after the death of the famous writer. [click to continue…]

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