Catholics celebrate Christmas by attending mass on the holy days of obligation on Christmas day (December 25th) and on Mother Mary's feast day (January 1st), as well as celebrating with Advent candles, nativity scenes an... 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 »

According to AmericanCatholic.org, Roman Catholics celebrate Christmas as part of the liturgical calendar under the Advent and Christmas seasons. A midnight mass beginning on Christmas Eve, continuing on Christmas Day ma... More »

Catholics can eat meat on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. However, prior to 1983, Catholics did have to fast and abstain from meat on Christmas Eve. This change was the result of the 1983 Code of Canon Law that eliminat... More »

Christians celebrate Christmas following a declaration by Emperor Justinian of Rome in 324 A.D., which recognized Dec. 25 as a state holiday. This declaration came after Christianity had taken over as the state religion ... More »

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According to AmericanCatholic.org, Roman Catholics celebrate Christmas as part of the liturgical calendar under the Advent and Christmas seasons. A midnight mass beginning on Christmas Eve, continuing on Christmas Day ma... 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 »