Thus, we read in the Gospel of Luke 2,7: “Mary gave birth to her son, the firstborn. She wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the Inn”. Since 1223, when St. Francis of Assisi first depicted the birth of Jesus in a cave in Italy, the custom to build cribs on Christmas has spread worldwide. This year, with the Christmas greeting of our General coordination, there went also worldwide the image of a crib, which Sister Adeltraud painted during the Second World War in a basement in the Netherlands. In the following, we are invited to visit some Nativity scenes by means of Nativity images of our communities or Parishes in Europe (Germany and Netherlands), in Africa (Malawi and Mozambique), in Asia (Indonesia) and in Latin America (Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia). Whether small or large, sophisticated or simple... they are an expression of a great love!