AnswerCelebrating Christmas actually started in Italy.
They always have celebrated Christmas.
The Germans start celebrating Christmas on the evening of 25 December.
in 888 A.D.
to celebrate the birth of christ
Celebrating Christmas was created in 2005.
Christmas in Australia is on December 25 each year, at the start of their Summer season.
No, the tradition of celebrating Christmas goes back to Europe-wide pre-Chrisitian celebrations of the Winter Solstice.
Philippine ChristmasFilipinos start celebrating Christmas by going to midnight mass starting December 16 until Christmas Eve on December 24--practically nine days before Christmas.
BY celebrating it! :)
they start after someone dies or pass away they start after someone dies or pass away they start after someone dies or pass away
Some traditional churches in Australia begin the Christmas season with Advent (four Sundays before Christmas) and carry the Christmas season through to Epiphany, on 6 January. This is really only seen in Roman Catholic and Lutheran churches, and some Anglican churches. However, the vast majority of Australian people start celebrating Christmas anytime they feel like it in December, and finish it on 26 December, which is the BoxingDay holiday. Many businesses do not get back to normal until 2 January, after the New Year's Day holiday.
The first recorded date of Christmas being celebrated on December 25th was in 336, during the time of the Roman Emperor Constantine (he was the first Christian Roman Emperor).
Celebrating Christmas, which is my favorite holiday, is a big day for my family.
Your Life - 1999 Celebrating Christmas was released on: USA: 2000
No religion other than Christianity celebrates Christmas as part of their religion. Many people who are not Christians celebrate Christmas, but they celebrate it as a secular holiday, not as a religious one.
the germans have a white christmas, austrlians dont, its in the middle of summer. the germans celebrate christmas a lot more, they start their christmas event even before december. in australia we just celebrate christmas on the one day.
Martin Luther (1483 - 1546) did not "start" the Christmas tradition. The "Christmas tradition" dates back to at least the 4th century, though early Christians were celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ long before that.
In 2001 celebrating the Christmas event.
It shows that you have Christmas spirit and enjoy celebrating it.
Christians have been celebratin christmas ever since Jesus died. Other people have been celebrating Christmas since ever since the 1700s.
I guess because they are related....Christmas is celebrating the birth of Jesus and Easter is celebrating the death and resurection (coming back to life) of Jesus.