Do you have a particular tradition or celebration which puts Christ back into Christmas each year?
Traditionally speaking we don't have a custom to celebrate which puts Christ back into Christmas but Christ is preached in the church, so to say that we have a tradition to meditate and reflect as if Christ is born in this very Christmas occasion to individual's heart.
My family reads the Christmas story before we open presents on Christmas morning. I think it helps us to remember why we are celebrating the holiday, and that it is not all about the presnets.
by Born Again 056 years ago
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by Bianu6 years ago
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