Yes we do. I remember asking my Grandmother, when I was a little girl, why the Christmas tree was left up after New Year's Day. She told me it is left up for
(what she called) "Little Christmas".
Do you know what the epiphany is and means? Not everyone knows. Maybe you should explain it?
Twelve Drummers Drumming are tenets of the Nicene Creed and characters in the beloved Christmas carol "The Twelve Days of Christmas." Originally thought to be a child's counting song, it was not. The carol is specifically a coded message for remembering the Birth of Jesus Christ and spreading the Gospel, read more
The origanal Epiphany was Pagan in nature, it was the day when the re-born Sun King was named and armed. As I am neither Christian or Pagan I don't celebrate the day even though I enthusiastically follow the pleasures of the main mid winter festivities.
by Janis Goad 4 years ago
How long does your Christmas tree stay up?Do you put up a Christmas tree? How long do you leave it up after the holidays?--until Boxing Day?--until January 1?--until Little Christmas (January 6)?--until the days are perceptibly longer and the evenings are too light to enjoy the coloured...
by elisabethkcmo 9 years ago
some people put it up right after Thanksgiving, some wait until closer to Christmas..
by Rhema Word 4 years ago
What is Christmas without Christ?I think every year we lose a little bit more about what Christmas is all about. Perhaps before long we will soon forget why we even celebrate Christmas.
by Janellegems 2 years ago
If you are originally from another country, how do they usually celebrate Christmas there?
by ElleBee 6 years ago
Do you (or your community) celebrate Three Kings Day/Epiphany?Is 3 Kings Day celebrated in your community? How is it celebrated? What are the traditions, festivities etc.
by hockey8mn 6 years ago
How do you celebrate Halloween?
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