Christmas is celebrated by Christians, who believe that it is the birth of Jesus, or the son of God. It is always celebrated on December 25. More »

Christians celebrate Christmas to rejoice over the birth of Jesus Christ, who is believed to be the son of God. Others celebrate Christmas as a season of love, family and joy as well as a day of giving and receiving gift... More »

Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormons, do celebrate Christmas to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. Mormons believe in the Christmas story as described in the gospels of the Bible. Th... More »

Christians celebrate Christmas to rejoice over the birth of Jesus Christ, who is believed to be the son of God. Others celebrate Christmas as a season of love, family and joy as well as a day of giving and receiving gift... More »

During the second century A.D., Christians began celebrating the birth of Christ as a substitute for the last day of the pagan festival Saturnalia. Over time, it became both a holy feast day and, like Saturnalia, a day o... More »

For Christians, Christmas holds deep religious meaning as it signifies the birth of Jesus Christ. Christmas is an annual holiday that is celebrated by billions of people, religious or otherwise, throughout the world on D... More »

Some possibilities for short Christmas skits are a retelling of the birth of Jesus, a piece that encourages giving and love or an act that shows how people can better handle holiday stress. One unique idea is to put a sp... More »