Christmas Celebration In The Philippines Essay

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The Christmas Eve has been always for many Filipinos, a time where they can rest from their daily routine, enjoy the time with their families, enjoy the food and celebrate the season with coolness and full of joy. It’s the right time for many Christians, celebrating the birth of the one who gave them life, forgiveness, beauty, and love through his sacrificed for our sins.
My argument in making this piece is to respond to the conflicts given by those people in a respectful and loving manner, never to attack them in person but to tenderly present to them the facts of the real scenario of how Jesus Christ suffered and crucified for our sin.
Christmas Eve enjoyed and celebrated by different countries. Since, Philippines known as one of those countries
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The playing of Christmas carols in shops stars in the first day of the month of September. The formal Christmas celebrations start on 16th December when many people go the first of nine pre-dawn or early morning masses. The last mass is on Christmas day. The Christmas celebrations extend to the First Sunday in January when flash of the Three Kings is celebrated.
Christmas in the Philippines is a mixture of a native, eastern and western made the celebration so unique that all Filipinos cherished and became proud of. Some countries might be wondering why it’s a huge celebration for Filipinos but for the its just a simple declaration of how they valued their cultures of hospitality and care for their families.
This research provides knowledge and information of how Christmas Eve celebrates in the Philippines. It describes how the event being celebrated and the substance of Christmas Eve to people being Catholics
Most Filipinos are Christians with about 80%. The only Asian country with so many Christians. Because of this, Christmas is the most important holiday in the Philippines. December is actually one of the 'refreshing ' months of the year in the Philippines. The Philippines only has two real seasons, wet (June to October) and dry (April and May). December is one of the months in between the wet and dry

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