Christmas & University Libraries

Christmas is a commemoration that honors the Birth of Christ (Nativity) and is celebrated on December 25th of each year. This remembrance is central to adherents of Christianity and is part of a liturgical sequence that includes Advent through the Twelfth Night which culminates this spiritual observance. The Christmas holiday is also celebrated as a cultural holiday by many Christians and non-Christians alike.

More information on the meaning of Christmas with additional resources can be found on Jesus Christ , his birth through the Nativity and the inclusive story of Christianity via the University Libraries.

Merry Christmas!

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