Why do people celebrate Christmas in France?

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Because the majority of French people are Christian.
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How is Christmas celebrated in France?

It is celebrated the same as in most christian countries, with good food, decorations and presents. French children put their shoes in front of the fireplace on Christmas e

When does France celebrate Christmas?

In most parts, France celebrates Christmas on December 25. However,in some areas the Christmas celebrations start as early as December6.

How the France celebrate Christmas?

They set up a nativity set. . They have a 5 to 10 course meal dinner. . They decorate the Christmas tree. . They go to Midnight Mass. . They exchange presents or gifts. .

What percent of France celebrate Christmas?

That's hard to tell. Between 80 and 90 percent of the French population is Christian, but religious attendance is rather low. As a family event, Christmas is more or less disc

How does a Catholic in France celebrate Christmas?

French children put their shoes in front of the fireplace, in the hopes that Père Noël (aka Papa Noël ) will fill them with gifts. Candy, fruit, nuts, and small to