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Transcript of Cristian Yoc
JOHN M. MOREHEAD HIGH SCHOOL
Christmas and New Year.
The date of Christmas celebration is traditional , and is not considered to be Jesus actual date of birth.
Christmas festivities often combine the commemoration of Jesus' birth with various cultural customs, many which have been influenced by earlier winter festivals.
Merry Christmas to everyone From Cristian Y.
For two millennia, people around the world have been observing it with traditions and practices that are both religious and secular in nature.
Christmas infographics. About Christmas in the world.
Christians celebrate Christmas Day as the anniversary of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, a spiritual leader whose teachings form the basis of their religion. Popular customs include exchanging gifts, decorating Christmas trees, attending church, sharing meals with family and friends and, of course, waiting for Santa Claus to arrive. December 25–Christmas Day–has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1870.
This a picture. The calm and welcoming ambience of the Market is an ideal place to make all your holiday purchases.
Civilizations around the world have been celebrating the start of each new year for at least four millennia.
Common traditions include attending parties, eating special New Year’s foods, making resolutions for the new year and watching fireworks displays.
Today, most New Year’s festivities begin on December 31 (New Year’s Eve), the last day of the Gregorian calendar, and continue into the early hours of January 1 (New Year’s Day).