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Would not the Innkeeper be the first one at the manger scene? This is why he was introduced at the same time as the statues of Mary, Joseph, and the Babe. The Innkeeper stays discreetly in the background, a short wizened old man. Despite not having a room for the couple, his gentle concern caused him to be nearby at the birth.
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