The Celebration Of Christmas In Convent Schools-zhuxianduowan

Reference-and-Education Born this night a world of sin The prince of Peace the Redeemer of Men. This child of God, that was sent from on High. To be born of Mary to suffer and die! Rejected by men from the day of His birth To suffer and die on Calvary’s tree. For the sins of the world to set me free. From Bethlehem to Golgotha, he never .plained Laughed at! Spit on! Mocked in shame! He was born of a woman, but He knew no sin, This babe in the Manger the Saviour of Men! -Glenna Jesus being rejected by men from the day he was born is still worshipped as God by a major population of the world. He made Christianity a religion and now the rejected mans, who was an angel in disguise .mands one of the most widely spread religions in the world. In fact, the day of his birth is celebrated as Christmas day. Even in schools the festival is celebrated with full enthusiasm, though not in every school but especially in convent schools. The convent schools organize functions by colorfully decorating the entire school with a Christmas tree. The functions also consist of many .petitions such as drawing .petitions, essay writing .petitions, ideal class .petition, dance, drama and many more. Christmas Day is celebrated as a festival in almost all the countries around the world and is a restricted holiday, in many countries where most of the population is non-Christian. In some of the non-Christian countries for example Hong Kong, the era of colonial rule brought in the concept of celebration; in others, Christian minorities or foreign cultural influences have led to observing the day as a holiday. In countries like Japan and Korea, Christmas celebrations are quite popular and though the population in such countries is few, these countries, have adopted secular aspects of celebrating the festival. This can be done by decorating the house or church, gift-giving and Christmas tree, without which it is almost impossible to celebrate the festival. Christmas day celebrations over the years have be.e pretty popular throughout the world. In India, the Christian population has risen over the recent years; the festival is celebrated only in the convent schools, .pared to the other schools. Should that be the scenario of a secular country? Is it not keeping the non-convent educated students aloof from the concept of Christmas day and its celebration? If you are a parent and are worried about your childs admission in India, and witness the admission season in full swing with OSA. An online admission agent, we do everything for you right from giving you a choice of schools in India through our online school directory to scheduling an interview for your child from a number of schools. Admissions couldnt get easier, but then, thats because OSA understands parental woes that crop up during admission and is dedicated to ease the load off your shoulders.OSA also posts Blogs on the Inter. on topics related to education and parenting and understands a childs world perfectly. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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