Who wouldn't dream of getting a Christmas card sent by the Pope himself! Maybe it's a privilege that only a few people in the world will enjoy, but nevertheless Benedict XVI's Christmas card for this year has been revealed and viewing it is completely free for everybody!
This year the pope has chosen a picture of the adoration of the shepherds to say Merry Christmas. It's a photo of a relief statue of Saint José inaugurated in July 2010 by Benedict XVI in the Vatican gardens. On the back of the card appears the Papal code of arms and a hand-written message in Latin written by the Pope saying: "Come and Save Us", which comes from one of the Advent prayers. Merry Christmas!