Why is Christmas important to celebrate?
It is the day Christ was born and he died for our sins. If you don't believe this, then it's just a day people have blown way out of prospective and that's where the whole Santa and his reindeer thing comes from and so yeah. It's pretty pointless for the gifts and what not if you don't believe in Santa Clause.
Many people around the world celebrate Christmas by giving gifts,decorating, and having a special Christmas meal with theirfamilies. Children look forward to the arrival of th…e gift giver(Santa). In addition, many countries have special customs andtraditions, and many Christians attend special Mass or churchservices to celebrate the birth of Jesus on Christmas Day. Let's visit some places around the world: In Spain , Christmas is deeply religious. It begins onDecember 9th with the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Almostevery home has a Nativity scene, and families gather around it onChristmas Eve. Bonfires are popular on December 28, which is theFeast of the Innocents, and one young boy acts as the mayor. Heorders townspeople to do chores, like sweeping the streets, andrefusal to comply results in fines that are used to pay for thecelebration. Children receive gifts on the Feast of Epiphany(January 6). The night before, they fill their shoes with straw,carrots, and barley for the Wise Mens' horses and leave them onwindowsills on January 6th. Canada and the United States celebrate Christmassimilarly. Homes and businesses are decorated with a variety ofdecorations, including Christmas trees, wreaths, and lights.Children look forward to Santa arriving on Christmas Eve, and aspecial Christmas meal is eaten and gifts are exchanged onChristmas Day. Many attend special Christmas parties andactivities, as well as church services and Midnight Mass onChristmas Eve. Christmas is celebrated in Ghana from December 20 to thefirst week of January with lots of activities and visiting withfriends and family in other parts of the country. On Christmas Eve,there are church services that have drumming and dancing. Childrenoften put on a nativity or other drama, and a choir comes out tosing while people dance. Songs are sung in the language that isunderstood the best, since there are 66 languages spoken in thecountry. Sometimes, the singing and dancing lasts all night long.Churches are full on Christmas Day, and traditional clothing isworn to the services. After church, people go home to exchangegifts and have a Christmas meal that traditionally includes stew orokra soup, porridge and meats, rice and a yam paste called 'fufu'.Some people celebrate Christmas Eve with fireworks and parties, andsome go to church on December 31 to thank God for sending Jesus andto pray for a good and safe new year. Those who died the previousyear are remembered. In Mexico , Christmas is celebrated from December 12th toJanuary 6th. Children perform "Posadas," which are depictions ofMary and Joseph traveling and asking for room at the Inn, fromDecember 12th to Christmas Eve. They carry candles and painted clayfigures of Mary riding on a donkey and Joseph, and call on thehouses of neighbors and friends. They sing a song asking for a roomat the house, but hey are turned away. Eventually, they arewelcomed in, and they say a prayer of thanksgiving and have a partywith food, games, and fireworks. Manger scenes called 'Nacimiento'are popular in Mexico. Christmas trees are becoming more popular.The Poinsetta plant is called 'nochebuena' (Christmas Eve) flowersin Mexico. In some states in Mexico, children look forward to Santaarriving on Christmas Eve, while children in southern Mexico expect"The Three Kings" to leave presents on January 6th at Epiphany,which is known as 'el Dia de los Reyes'. It is traditional to eat aspecial cake called 'Rosca de Reyes' on Epiphany. Candelaria (also known as Candlemas) on the 2nd February marks theend of the Mexican Christmas celebrations. Many Mexicans haveparties on Candelaria. A few days before Christmas in England , families put upChristmas Trees (fir trees with lights) and Christmas Decorations,including holly and mistletoe. The biggest tradition is forfamilies to meet and have Christmas Lunch together - roast turkeyetc. and Christmas Pudding, generally eaten late in the afternoonof Christmas Day. In the afternoon, some families watch the Queen'sChristmas Speech on television. They also play games and watchother television programs. Families exchange Christmas Presents onChristmas Day. Children receive presents the night before Christmasdelivered by Father Christmas (Santa Claus) on his sleigh drawn byreindeer. Singing Christmas Carols is also popular. Dubai is mostly Muslim, and Christmas is not celebrated byMuslims; however, Dubai is a popular tourist destination for manypeople who do celebrate Christmas, making Christmas celebrationsoptional. Christmas definitely has a high commercial status to keeptourists happy. Malls and hotels are decorated with Christmastrees, lights, Santa and other familiar Christmas scenes anddecorations. Supermarkets play Christmas music and sell relatedfoods. Restaurants and hotels offer special Christmas meal deals.Christmas Day is not a public holiday so life simply goes on forthose who do not celebrate. Christmas comes in summer in the southern hemisphere, so Australians celebrate Christmas with barbeques and picnics,though their decorations are of a northern theme: icicles, snow,and "jingle Bells." Families come together on Christmas Day for alarge meal, and Santa arrives on Christmas Eve night. When Santaarrives in Australia, his reindeer are given a rest and kangaroopull his sleigh.
There are many non-religious people out there and think ofChristmas as a time of getting gifts for people. For religiouspeople, it is the birth of Christ. The star on the top …of the treeis based on the star that led all of the shepherds to the inn thatMary and Joseph stayed in to have Jesus. Many people also putangels on top of the tree.
By having feasts, large gatherings, entertainment. Similer to modern day activity. Hope I helped
thee same as every were else as long as someone celebrate christmas it is celebrated the same
to remember when Jesus was born
Christmas is celebrating when Jesus was born ( or Jesus`s Birthday)You sing songs about Christ Share gifts with family and even pets (they are family too) Most of all pray all… your prayers together
It is not important to celebrate Christmas if you are a non-believer. But if you are a Christian, then it is important that you show faith in your religion and celebrate the s…pecial day.
Christmas is important because that is when baby Jesus was born. And that is why we celebrate Christmas. It is only for Jesus. It is not for the gifts,stockings,or presents. I…t is for the birth of Jesus. Oh and please please don't think about yourself. Christmas it not about you it is about Jesus. Say the word "JOY." I will give you an example. "JOY" the "J" stands for Jesus. The "O" stands for Others. The "Y stands for Yourself. Try writing this down it will make sense after. Only write "JOY" down and write Jesus, Others, Yourself. By: A fourth grader
Christmas is celebrated with family and friends.
Chistmas is a Christian holiday which is celebrated on December 25.
Christmas is the most important festival in the whole of the religion of Christianity, and is one of the most widely celebrated festivals all over the world. It is celebrated …on the 25th December. It celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, the son of God.
In the Christian faith, Christmas signifies the birth of the most important figure of the religion. During Christmas we celebrate Jesus' birth and rejoice in the fact that the… Lord sent his one and only son to Earth to die for our sins. This fact alone makes Christmas one of the most important holidays of the year along with Lent and Easter which also have to do with Jesus. His appearance on this Earth is very near as significant as his ascension to Heaven for it marks the beginning of our journey to righteousness completed by one man so that we don't have to.
December 25th, if you mean to ask what date do the people celebrate Christmas.
Jesus' birth is celebrated by Christians on Christmas day.
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