Yes, it fell on Sunday in 2011, and because of the leap year in 2016, Christmas will skip Saturday and fall on Sunday!
once Since answering that, Christmas was on a Sunday most recently in 2011 - which means that so far this century Christmas has been on Sunday twice (2005 and 2011).
Christians have been celebratin christmas ever since Jesus died. Other people have been celebrating Christmas since ever since the 1700s.
Besides this coming Christmas in 2011, the last time Christmas fell on a Sunday was in 2004.
The next year in which Christmas day will fall on a Sunday will be in 2016.
Christmas fell on a Sunday most recently in 2011 and will again be on a Sunday in the year 2016.
Since the turn of the century, Christmas has been on Sunday twice - once in 2005 and then again in 2011 - six years later - and due to the manoeuvring of the leap day in 2016, the next time Christmas will be on Sunday won't be in 2017 - six years later - but in 2016!
Two times; 2005 and 2011.
Christmas was on a Monday in 1989, since then Christmas was on Sunday in 1994, 2000, 2005, 2011 and will be on a Sunday again in 2016.
twice Christmas falls on Sunday in 2016 and 2022, and it skips Sunday in 2028.
Sunday is your only time to relax but you have to cook Christmas dinner!
It is called the "Sunday in the Octave of Christmas" and the Feast of the Holy Family is usually celebrated on that day.