The "Feast of the Circumcision of Our Lord Jesus Christ" (or "Circumcision OLJC" or the "Circumcision of Christ") was a Roman Catholic Christian holiday that used to occur every year on January 1. Following the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II) in the 1960s, January 1 became the "Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God." The Feast of the Circumcision of Christ is also the Octave Day of Christmas, meaning it is the 8th day after Christmas. On January 1, the Feast of the Circumcision, Roman Catholic churches would have a Mass. It was a Holy Day of Obligation, mean that all Catholics had to go to Mass on that day. Special prayers are said that commemorate that Christ's blood was first shed at his circumcision, foreshaddowing the blood he would shed at his crucifixion. Today, January 1 is the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God. It still is a Holy Day of Obligation, and all Catholics must go to Mass.
Reversing circumcision is a done in a procedure called Foreskin restoration en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreskin_restoration
Circumcision is done in a number of places. It can be done as a medical procedure in a hospital, or as a religious ritual in a home.
At the hospital
NO! Circumcision harms the penis if it's not done "properly."
This is done by a Mohel at the age of 8 daysin a ceremony called a britt milah. `
Circumcision is generally done as an elective procedure, so in most cases it is not necessary, but there are some medical conditions that do necessitate circumcision.
Although the circumcision ceremony can be held in a synagogue, the normal location is in the home.
This is a surgical procedure Urologists do, not something you do yourself. The majority of circumcision in the world are not done by urologist but are done by people with no medical training at all.
At 8 days of age.
Because circumcision is a harmful procedure. there are no benefits to be had from it. the foreskin plays an important part in the function of the penis.
If needed yes,