Christmas is a time of joyous celebration of the Christ baby Jesus. It is a family celebration. Christians all over the world mark the birthday of Jesus on 25th December every year. 

 

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The circular heard from Irish priests and residents about how they celebrate Christmas and the traditions in Ireland.

According to them, “it is a time families get together and enjoy special meals and drinks and meat. It also comes with the holiday.  It is a period of rest from the yearlong activities and ends with the New Year celebration”.

 

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