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Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

Random Christmas Jokes

What do you call a man who claps his hands at Christmas time? Santapplause. Where do snowmen dance? At a snowball. If you have a fear of Santa Claus coming down your chimney at Christmas, are you suffering from Santaclaustrophobia? More...

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Who stole the Christmas cookies?

My brother Joey and I had just finished hanging our stockings by the fireplace one Christmas Eve, when the most disturbing thought crossed my mind. "Joey!" I shrieked. "Did you know that we forgot something?" "No we didn't," said Joey crossly. More...

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Ho Ho Ho, Merry Christmas! December 20, 2006 Miller County Liberal - Page 17

Get this, Sydney, Australia city officials warn this year's incoming Santa's for hire against using the phrase "Ho, Ho, Ho" in this year's Christmas lexicon. The reason being is it may be considered offensive to women. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

Letters to Santa Claus

Dear Santa, I want a soccer ball, a Barbie MP, pink D's, and dog game and really pretty dress for my new puppy and Gabriela. Love, Savana Dear Santa, Here is a top 5 list of what I want for Christmas: 1. Blue I-pod 2. Mini Pool Table 3. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

Santa Claus is Popular!

American magazines picked up on the popularity of Santa Claus, and many different versions of Santa Claus were published over the next 50 years. Santa Claus even began to appear in advertisements for popular products. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

Christmas Tree and Ornaments

Christmas tree and ornaments - some of the first decorations that people put in their homes during the Christmas season were the branches of Holly trees and the Mistletoe that they found on the trees during this winter season. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

Two Babes in a Manger

In 1994, two Americans answered an invitation from the Russian Department of Education to teach morals and ethics (based on biblical principles) in the public schools. More...

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The candy canes of Christmas

Candy cane sweet treats made primarily from boiled sugar seem to have first appeared in Europe in the late 1600's to early 1700's. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

A Brief History of Santa Claus?

Santa Claus has been called by several different names throughout the years. Traditions and legends of Santa Claus for the evolution of the modern-day Santa may have been based on the early Dutch legend of Sinterklaas, originating in the 1600's. More...

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The Small White Envelope

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The Christmas Cloud named Hankie

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I have been good, Santa. More...

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The simple painting of a Son

Years ago, there was a very wealthy man who, with his devoted young son, shared a passion for art collecting. Together they traveled around the world, adding only the finest art treasures to their collection. More...

Posted 12/20/2006 01:00 AM

Christmas Carols for the Psychologically Challenged

1. Schizophrenia --- Do You Hear What I Hear? 2. Multiple Personality Disorder --- We Three Queens Disoriented Are 3. Amnesia --- I Don More...

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Jordie and Jessica have a chat with Santa. More...

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Christmas In Heaven

I see the countless Christmas trees around the world below with tiny lights like heaven's stars reflecting on the snow. The sight is so spectacular please wipe away that tear for I am spending Christmas with Jesus Christ this year. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

***Holly***

Holly is often associated with the Druids, an ancient religious sect in England that centered much of their religious beliefs around nature, with trees and plants considered particularly holy and powerful. More...

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The three wise men

The Three Wise Men (also referred to as the Three Kings, and as the Magi) were always a part of the Nativity scene. More...

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O Little Town of Bethlehem

O little town of Bethlehem, How still we see thee lie; Above thy deep and dreamless sleep The silent stars go by. Yet in thy dark streets shineth The everlasting light; The hopes and fears of all the years Are met in thee tonight. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

Old Zechariah's Promise

Streaks of gray salt Zechariah's heavy black beard as this old priest climbs the steps of Herod's Temple to the twin pillars that frame a massive doorway into the gilded building. His heart is racing. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

A Healthy Cry from the Manger: The Meaning of the Incarnation

I am sure that "Away in a Manger," sometimes attributed to Martin Luther, was written before the author had children of his own. The cattle are lowing, the Baby awakes, But little Lord Jesus, no crying He makes. Real newborns cry. More...

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Some Christmas Customs

Many Christmas customs are based on the birth of Christ. Such as giving presents because of the Wise Men, who brought presents to the baby Jesus. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

The story of why we hang mistletoe

Mistletoe was often hung over the entrances to homes of the pagans in Scandinavian countries to keep out evil spirits. An ld Scandinavian myth tells of the seemingly invulnerable god, Balder, who was struck down by a dart made fromn mistletoe. More...

Posted 12/19/2007 01:00 AM

Tradition of hanging Christmas stockings

Christmas Stockings Many families will hang large brightly colored Christmas stockings over the fireplace or on the walls of their homes during Christmas time in the hopes that Santa Claus will fill them with toys, treats, and goodies. More...

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Tradition of Advent

Advent was originally a Latin word that translated into "the coming". More...

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History of The Christmas Tree

The tradition of having an evergreen tree become a symbol of Christmas goes back past recorded written history. More...

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Rudolph

Perhaps the best know of all the reindeer is Rudolph - the red nosed reindeer. Rudolph was the creation of Robert May, an advertising writer for the Montgomery Ward department store in Chicago. More...

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The Creche

In the year 1223, St. Francis of Assisi introduced a living crib scene at his Christmas Eve Mass in the village of Grecchio, Italy. He wanted to inspire greater religious feelings, and help in the interpretation of the story of the birth of Jesus. More...

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Posted 12/20/2006 01:00 AM

Friends are Angels in disguise.

Christmas is here again, and we have so very much to thank God for. May you have room in your heart and home for Jesus, not only as the new born babe, but for the risen Christ that died for your sins and mine. More...

Posted 12/20/2006 01:00 AM

The Ornament on the Christmas Tree

There were more beautiful ornaments than Nel, but none could do the things he did after the lights went off on the tree. More...

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Discover the true history behind the joy of the Christmas season

The history of Christmas dates back over 4000 years. Many of our Christmas traditions were celebrated centuries before the Christ child was born. More...

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Happy Holidays with Teens

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I want everything for Christmas, More...

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Christmas Is For Love

Christmas is for love. It is for joy, for giving and sharing, for laughter, for reuniting with family and friends, for tinsel and brightly decorated packages. But mostly, Christmas is for love. More...

Posted 12/20/2006 01:00 AM

An Unforgettable Christmas

fellow as old as I should have many memories of Christmases past, and I do. But there is one Christmas that will never desert the cobwebs of my mind. More...

Posted 12/20/2006 01:00 AM

A Little Strange and Different

On a December night in Chicago, a little girl climbed onto her father More...

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Santa’s Secret Wish

On Christmas Eve, a young boy with light in his eyes, Looked deep into Santa More...

Posted 12/20/2006 01:00 AM

Who stole the Christmas cookies?

My brother Joey and I had just finished hanging our stockings by the fireplace one Christmas Eve, when the most disturbing thought crossed my mind. More...

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