Why do we celebrate christmas day? US First Lady Melania Trump has unveiled the White House Christmas decorations, with this year’s theme being “American Treasures”.
Melania took to Twitter on Monday November 30, to share photos and a video where she previewed the classic red, gold, and white decorations that fill the staterooms of the White House.
‘During this special time of the year, I am delighted to share ‘America the Beautiful’ and pay tribute to the majesty of our great Nation. Together, we celebrate this land we are all proud to call home,’ the first lady wrote alongside the video.
The 50-year-old donned a $1,060 festive gold lamé shirt from Dries Van Noten, a black pencil skirt, and heels as she walked through the lavish decorations for her final year as the first lady after Donald Trump lost his re-election to Democrat Joe Biden.
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In Other News, We Ask “Why do we celebrate Christmas day and How December 25 Became Christmas?”
On December 25, Christians around the world will gather to celebrate Jesus’ birth. Joyful carols, special liturgies, brightly wrapped gifts, festive foods—these all characterize the feast today, at least in the northern hemisphere. But just how did the Christmas festival originate? How did December 25 come to be associated with Jesus’ birthday?
The Bible offers few clues: Celebrations of Jesus’ Nativity are not mentioned in the Gospels or Acts; the date is not given, not even the time of year. The biblical reference to shepherds…(CONTINUE READING HERE)