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Christmas according to Gregorian calendar

25. December 2010. | 17:31

Source: Tanjug

Most Christian churches that accepted the Gregorian calendar, on December 25 celebrate the most joyous Christian holiday Christmas- the holiday of Christ’s birth.

Most Christian churches that accepted the Gregorian calendar, on December 25 celebrate the most joyous Christian holiday Christmas- the holiday of Christ’s birth.

Belgrade Archbishop Stanislav Hocevar served a holy mass in Cross the King church in Belgrade.

“On this great and solemn day I greet you and wish you a merry Christmas”, Hocevar said congratulating Christmas to all the believers.

Hocevar said that Jesus Christ is an example how it is possible to create unity and unite everyone.

He pointed out that this year more media then before were interested in Christmas celebration and estimated that was good, especially because “man is endangered today and does not know how to live freely”.

Hocevar added that goals can be achieved and that one should not live in uncertainty.

“It is possible to live freely and it is not true that one must have prejudices, hate and lack of understanding. It is no necessary for Christians to live in non-unity”, Hocevar said.

He invited all “responsible world rulers, as well as everyone responsible in churches and religious communities to finally find the strength to talk to each other in favour of humanity”.

According to the evangelic tradition, Jesus Christ was born on December 25 in Bethlehem, and this date is respected as the beginning of a new era and humanity’s new history, with the difference in calendars, throughout the Christian world.

Serbian President Boris Tadic sent Christmas greetings to Archbishop of Belgrade Stanislav Hocevar and all Catholic believers and citizens of who celebrate the holiday according to the Gregorian calendar.

“I sincerely wish you to spend this great holiday enjoying the time with your families. May the coming days bring you personal and family happiness,” Tadic said in the greeting.


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