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There's a nip in the air. Couples bundle against the cold. It must be time for the "war on Christmas."
A photo provided to Navy Times shows a Nativity scene in the Gold Hill galley at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
When I read that 52 percent of American adults say they believe in Santa Claus, according to a survey from Public Policy Polling, I wasn't surprised to learn in the same poll that 42 percent also believe in a "war on Christmas."
Join in a festive and sacred evening at First Church Unitarian in Littleton MA for their Yule ritual this Saturday December 21 at 7:00 pm.
The Santa known by Americans for his rosy cheeks and love of children is one of many characters connected with Christmas stories around the world.
Why do religious holidays cluster around the winter time and patriotic ones in the summer? Why can't Easter or Hanukkah fall on the same date every year? Do our cherished holiday traditions preserve memories of a distant pagan past? Medieval historian Jonathan Couser brings a guided tour of the calendar to the Hills Memorial Library, 18 Library ... (more)
The middle of winter has long been a time of celebration around the world. Centuries before the arrival of the man called Jesus, early Europeans celebrated light and birth in the darkest days of winter.
Annual disinformation campaigns to trivialize the birth of Jesus Christ as something that didn't occur at or near Dec. 25 have become as consistent as whales migrating off the N.C. coast each winter and monthly proclamations from the Obama administration the economy is chugging along with prosperity just around the corner.
In the northern hemisphere worldwide, people have gathered since the dawn of time to mark the longest night and the shortest day on the winter solstice.
And it's happening at Danny's Celtic Pub at 2824 Central Drive in Bedford, Texas on December 17 at 7:00 PM.
Local News : Bells of Faith, the Handbell choir of the Mustard Seed has a busy week ahead.
THE SACRILEGE COMMITTED by Theo Zurenuoc in destroying works of art by PNG master carvers and displayed in Parliament is akin to Pope Francis ordering the destruction of the works of art by Michelangelo in the Vatican's Sistine Chapel.
All right, before you get your freckles in an uproar by reading that title and making a quick, errant assumption about me, let me clarify a few things.
The occasional eccentric who goes against the grain will normally only have his way in the case of his own funeral, having written in his will that his funeral should be treated as a joyful celebration of his life.
In A.D. 313 Constantine signed the Edict of Malan which proclaimed Christianity as the official religion of Rome.