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Merry Christmas

  • Author:Memory
  • Source:www.xy-global.com
  • Release on:2017-12-26
Christmas(Christmas), also known as Christmas, translated as "Christ Mass", the Western traditional festivals, December 25 each year. Mass is a kind of liturgy of the church. Christmas is a religious festival, because it is celebrated as Jesus' birthday, hence the name "Christmas."

Most of the Catholic churches will be on the 24thChristmas Eve, That is, Midnight Mass will be held on the early morning of December 25, while some Christian churches will hold good karma and celebrate Christmas on December 25; the other major branch of Christianity - Orthodox Christmas celebrations will begin in January of each year 7 days.

Christmas is also a public holiday in the Western world and many other places, such as Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore in Asia. The Bible does not actually record the date of birth of Jesus, Christmas is posterity.

Christmas treeChristmas tree is one of the most celebrated traditions of Christmas celebrations. It is common for people to get an evergreen, such as pine tree, inside or outside the house before Christmas and after, decorated with Christmas lights and colorful decorations. And put an angel or a star on the top of the tree.

As a part of Christmas celebrations, evergreens are decorated with lightings and ornaments of fir and orchards. Modern Christmas tree originated in Germany. On December 24 of each year, the Germans place a fir tree (tree of the garden of Eden) at home, hanging a pancake on it, symbolizing the Holy Sepulcher, a symbol of Christian atonement. Modern use of all kinds of cookies instead of holy cakes, but also often add a symbol of Christ's candle. In addition, there is also a Christmas tower, which is a wooden triangular structure with many small shelves on which Christ's statue is placed. The tower is decorated with evergreen leaves, candles and a star. By the 16th century, the Christmas tower and the Garden of Eden merged into a Christmas tree