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What is Christmas about?

Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Christians acknowledge Jesus as the Saviour of the world, and while he most likely was not born on 25 December, it is (MORE)

Why do we have Christmas trees on Christmas?

The Christmas tree is part of a long tradition that evergreen trees represent the continuous nature of life, even in the cold of winter. The Germans were among the earliest Ch (MORE)

What is Christmas for?

Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. It is celebrated at this time of the year because it was essentially a "Christianization" of the Roman (MORE)

Does France have Christmas?

Do bears... Yes, of course. About half the population sees it as what it is, the birthday of our Lord; and the other half takes the day off, has a big meal, and sends itself N (MORE)

Why do we call Christmas Christmas?

"Christ" + "mass" = "Christmas." Christian churches have a Mass on the 25th of December (the date designated a long time ago as the date of the birth of Jesus) to remember t (MORE)

Why is the Christmas tree a Christmas symbol?

Christmas trees are in some ways the least Christian of Christmas  customs. they are at best basal nature worship > The popular  song O Tannenbaum is not even Christian. I h (MORE)

Who observes Christmas?

Most countries worldwide celebrate Christmas in one form or other. Including countries where no - or very few - Christians live. Like for example Hongkong or Thailand. This is (MORE)

When is Christmas?

Christmas is on December 25 each year. It is the day  Christians celebrate Christ's birth. and christmas eve is on the  24th of december
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