[quote=“Tom of Assisi”]How, exactly, is Yule celebrated on Dec. 21st?
Very similarly to Christmas. The evergreen tree is there, the Yule log, eggnog, gift-giving, everything. The difference is that the Bible, Jesus and Abraham’s God are out of it, the Goddess and the Horned God are in, and we bless each other for a year of fertility (that means sex too).
[quote=“Irish Melkite”]Depending to which of the Catholic Churches she belongs, Latin or one of the Eastern Churches, you may have plenty of time yet. Some of the Eastern Catholic Churches in the Near and Mid-East celebrate Christmas on January 6 and a few according to the Julian Calendar, which will make it January 19, IIRC.
She’s Latin, that’s what she said to those who asked her what type of Christian she was. Even if she doesn’t celebrate Christmas on 25 Dec, I’m going to wish her a merry Christmas this Sunday, and if she says her Christmas falls on a later date, I’ll give her the greeting card then.
Her name is Nibbeen, by the way.
Thank you all for the blessings! Merry Christmas!