1. Weihnachtstag. Weihnachten, das Fest der Ruhe, der Besinnlichkeit und des Friedens, voller Traditionen und Bräuche. Bei uns wird es als das größte. 1. Weihnachtsfeiertag in Deutschland , , Termine und Informationen und Bedeutung zum Feiertag 1. Weihnachtsfeiertag Datum: Weihnachten, auch Weihnacht, Christfest oder Heiliger Christ genannt, ist im Christentum das Das Matthäusevangelium spricht nach dem Stammbaum Jesu (Mt 1,1–17 EU) eher beiläufig mittwinterliche Einladung an seine Adligen auf den Weihnachtstag vorverlegt habe; der Text ist diesbezüglich aber nicht eindeutig.
1. WeihnachtstagWeihnachten, auch Weihnacht, Christfest oder Heiliger Christ genannt, ist im Christentum das Das Matthäusevangelium spricht nach dem Stammbaum Jesu (Mt 1,1–17 EU) eher beiläufig mittwinterliche Einladung an seine Adligen auf den Weihnachtstag vorverlegt habe; der Text ist diesbezüglich aber nicht eindeutig. 1. Weihnachtstag in Deutschland Termine und Informationen für , 20✓ Hintergrundinformationen, Traditionen und Bedeutung zu 1. 1. Weihnachtsfeiertag in Deutschland , , Termine und Informationen und Bedeutung zum Feiertag 1. Weihnachtsfeiertag Datum:
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Richenza, geboren am 1. Weihnachtstag , hat eine problemlose Jugendzeit bei uns verbracht. Grandmother always has the place of honor.
As the time approaches for enjoying the tree, she gathers her grandchildren about her, to tell them the story of the Christ child, with the meaning of the Christ child, with the meaning of the Christmas tree; how the evergreen is meant to represent the life everlasting, the candle lights to recall the light of the world, and the star at the top of the tree is to remind them of the star of Bethlehem.
The same ambiguity is seen in that most familiar of angels, the angel on top of the Christmas tree. This decoration, popularized in the nineteenth century, recalls the place of the angels in the Christmas story Luke 2.
When Santa was a shaman. Paul: Llewellyn Publications , Lowe His biographer, Eddius Stephanus, relates that while Boniface was serving as a missionary near Geismar, Germany, he had enough of the locals' reverence for the old gods.
Taking an axe to an oak tree dedicated to Norse god Thor, Boniface chopped the tree down and dared Thor to zap him for it.
When nothing happened, Boniface pointed out a young fir tree amid the roots of the oak and explained how this tree was a more fitting object of reverence as it pointed towards the Christian heaven and its triangular shape was reminiscent of the Christian trinity.
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The Mexicans call it the flower of the Holy Night, but usually it is called poinsettia after the man who introduced it to America, Dr Joel Poinsett.
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Retrieved December 10, January 6, A Flame of Love. Grove Music Online. December 9, Retrieved October 28, Retrieved April 10, The legend of St. Nicholas, who became the bishop of Myra in the beginning of the fourth century, is the next link in the Christmas-gift chain.
Legend has it that during his life the priest rode across Asia Minor bestowing gifts upon poor children. The Journey of the Magi: Meanings in History of a Christian Story.
Princeton University Press. This exchange network of ceremonial welcome was mirrored in a second reciprocity allowing early Christians to imagine their own magi: the phenomenon of giving gifts.
Most people today trace the practice of giving gifts on Christmas Day to the three gifts that the Magi gave to Jesus.
Sociology of Giving. SAGE Publications. For the Enlightenment educationalist, gift-giving turned out to be a relic of a pagan custom, namely, the Roman Saturnalia.
After the introduction of the Julian calendar in Rome, the 25th of December became the day of Sol invictus when people greeted the winter solstice.
It was the day of the Sun's rebirth, and it was the day of the Christmas festivities — although it was only in the year AD that it appears to have become established as the day of Jesus's birth see Pannenberg The Eastern Church adopted this date even later, towards the end of the 4th century, having previously regarded the 6th of January as the day of gift-giving, as it still is in the Italian community of Befana.
The winter solstice was a time of festivity in every traditional culture, and the Christian Christmas probably took its place within this mythical context of the solar cult.
Its core dogma of the Incarnation, however, solidly established the giving and receiving of gifts as the structural principle of that recurrent yet unique event.
But in reality it was they, together with all their fellow men, who received the gift of God through man's renewed participation in the divine life' ibid.
Marshall Cavendish. Until quite recently, the celebrations focused solely on Saint Nicholas, or Sinterklaas SIN-ter-klahs , as the Dutch call him.
Interestingly, the American Santa Claus was born out of the Dutch Sinterklaas. The regions of Italy: a reference guide to history and culture. Greenwood Publishing Group.
Saint Nicholas Bishop of Myra replaced Sabino as the patron saint of the city A Greek from what is now Turkey, he lived in the early fourth century.
Stories Behind Men of Faith. Nicholas was born in the Greek city of Patara around AD. The son of a businessman named Theophanes and his wife, Nonna, the child's earliest years were spent in Myra As a port on the Mediterranean Sea, in the middle of the sea lanes that linked Egypt, Greece and Rome, Myra was a destination for traders, fishermen, and merchant sailors.
Spawned by the spirit of both the city's Greek heritage and the ruling Roman government, cultural endeavors such as art, drama, and music were mainstays of everyday life.
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Within the framework of this ideology, religion was treated as a 'contorted' world-view and people believed that religion would necessarily disappear at the end, along with the development of human society.
A series of anti-religious campaigns was implemented by the Chinese Communist Party from the early s to the late s.
As a result, in nearly 30 years between the beginning of the s and the end of the s, mosques as well as churches and Chinese temples were shut down and Imams involved in forced 're-education'.
Archived from the original on January 5, Retrieved January 11, Among those arrested are a prominent pastor and his wife, of the Early Rain Covenant Church in Sichuan.
Both have been charged with state subversion. And on Saturday morning, dozens of police raided a children's Bible class at Rongguili Church in Guangzhou.
One Christian in Chengdu told the BBC: "I'm lucky they haven't found me yet. South China Morning Post. Christmas is not a recognised holiday in mainland China — where the ruling party is officially atheist — and for many years authorities have taken a tough stance on anyone who celebrates it in public.
The statement by Langfang officials said that anyone caught selling Christmas trees, wreaths, stockings or Santa Claus figures in the city would be punished.
While the ban on the sale of Christmas goods might appear to be directed at retailers, it also comes amid a crackdown on Christians practising their religion across the country.
On Saturday morning, more than 60 police officers and officials stormed a children's Bible class in Guangzhou, capital of southern China's Guangdong province.
The incident came after authorities shut down the 1,member Zion Church in Beijing in September and Chengdu's member Early Rain Covenant Church last week.
In the case of the latter, about worshippers were snatched from their homes or from the streets in coordinated raids. Christmas in America: A History.
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Hobiyee National Aboriginal Day. Christmas or Christmas Day is a holiday held on December 25 to commemorate the birth of Jesus, the central figure of Christianity.
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On Christmas Day, the most common dishes are roast goose or duck. Many families begin the celebration on Heiligabend literally, Holy Evening, or Christmas Eve in the afternoon or evening.
Although there are two legal holidays in Germany, [Austria], most cantons of Switzerland and Liechtenstein for Christmas, Christmas Eve is not one of them, and in Switzerland, many companies and stores are open for a half-day in the morning until 4 p.
Many go to church before the celebration begins. Families with children go to a children's mass which is usually shorter and dramatised with a Krippenspiel nativity play.
The customs held upon returning from church leading to the gift-giving vary across the German-speaking countries. Commonly, the returning children wait to enter into their locked living room until a little bell rings.
This bell marks the departure of the one who is delivering gifts. In the more Catholic regions—primarily South Germany and Switzerland—the gift bearer role belongs to the Christkind , while those in North Germany commonly consider it to be the Weihnachtsmann Saint Nicholas or Santa Claus who is exiting.
The children then enter to see the decorated Weihnachtsbaum Christmas tree , with all the presents beneath wrapped in colourful paper that has been prepared by an adult while they were away at church.
Adults may also share gifts while the children are opening theirs. For the Bescherung in Germany, the only light comes from the Christmas tree lights traditionally real candles, though today generally replaced by electric lights.
In Switzerland, this is done after the big meal in the evening. An alternative tradition in many homes does not include a ringing bell or presents already lying beneath the tree when children return from church.