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What a Wonderful day is Christmas!

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What a wonderful day is ChristmasChristmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ. The name 'Christmas' came from the Mass of Christ or Jesus. The Christmas festival will commence from the “Advent Sunday”. The worship on Advent Sunday shows the awaiting of Jesus Christ’s birth anniversary and to prepare for celebrating it. According to the Gregorian calendar, the Advent Sunday will be absorbed prior to four Sundays of December 25, the day may be the first Sunday of November 27 to December 03. In 2016, it celebrated on November, 27, 2016. Many Christians remember Jesus Christ's birth when they celebrate Christmas Day, which is on December 25 in the Gregorian calendar. His actual birthday remains unconfirmed. Celebrations of Christmas festival begins on Advent Sunday and continue till New Year's Day.

Christmas Day

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Christmas DayChristmas Day is an annual commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated generally on December 25 by the billions of people around the world. It is a public holiday in many of the nations. It is celebrated religiously by the vast majority of Christians, as well as culturally by a number of non-Christian people. In several countries, celebrating Christmas Eve on December 24 has the main focus rather than December 25, with gift-giving and sharing a traditional meal with the family. The people around the world started celebrating ‘Advance Christmas or Advent Christmas’ right from the beginning of December.

Pope Francis highlights the theme of the mercy of God

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Pope Francis highlights the theme of the mercy of GodDuring Pope’s Angelus address at St Peter’s Square on the Fifth Sunday of Lent, Pope Francis drew inspiration from the Gospel reading of the day which the Pope himself described as so beautiful that he reads it and rereads it. It tells the story of the adulterous woman, which the Pope said, highlights the theme of the mercy of God, who never wants the death of the sinner but wants them to convert and live.
Sanda Riding
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