miércoles, 17 de diciembre de 2008

O Nadal no mundo

Nesta entrada os alumnos/as do CEIP San Xoán Bautista van falar de como se celebra o Nadal en distintos países do mundo.

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Ernesto dijo...

Christmas in Russia
In Russia the religious festival of Christmas is being replaced by the Festival of Winter but there are some traditions that are still kept up in some parts of the country.
In the traditional Russian Christmas, special prayers are said and people fast, sometimes for 39 days, until January 6th Christmas Eve, when the first evening star in appears in the sky. Then begins a twelve course supper in honor of each of the twelve apostles - fish, beet soup or Borsch, cabbage stuffed with millet, cooked dried fruit and much more.
Hay is spread on the floors and tables to encourage horse feed to grow in the coming year and people make clucking noises to encourage their hens to lay eggs.
On Christmas Day, hymns and carols are sung. People gather in churches which have been decorated with the usual Christmas trees or Yelka, flowers and colored lights.
Christmas dinner includes a variety of different meats - goose and suckling pig are favorites.
Babushka is a traditional Christmas figure who distributes presents to children. Her name means grandmother and the legend is told that she declined to go with the wise men to see Jesus because of the cold weather. However, she regretted not going and set off to try and catch up, filling her basket with presents. She never found Jesus, and that is why she visits each house, leaving toys for good children.
The role of Father Christmas was played by Dedushka Moroz or Grandfather Christmas.

Joao Pedro dijo...

La navidad en Perú los Retablos de la virgen el niño Jesús dentro de las iglesias e casas son muy popular. Cuando los sacerdotes se van de viaje, ellos llevan pequeños altares alrededor de todo Perú con ellos durante días de festival. Estos gradualmente desarrollados en el televisor portátil embalan con santos encima del altar y escenas de la vida diaria debajo de ello. Ahora los retablos representan a María, Joseph y bebé Jesús, con habitantes del lugar que se apiñan alrededor.

Carlos Penelas dijo...

In Peru nativity scenes with Retablos inside are very popular. When priests were first taken to traveling they would carry small altars around with them for festival days. These gradually developed into portable boxes with saints above the altar and scenes from everyday life below it. Now the retablos depict Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus, with local people crowding around.

roberto dijo...

Christmas in Philippines
The only Asian nation in which Christianity is the religion chosen by the people. Christmas celebrations start nine days before Christmas with a mass known as Misa de Gallo. At this mass the story behind the birth of Christ is read from the Bible.
The Panunuluyan pageant is held each Eve. A couple is chosen to re-enact Joseph and Mary's search for shelter.
Mass is held hourly on Christmas Day so that everyone can attend. Religious services include pastore, or play, based on myth of the birth of the Christ Child. The pastore closes with a star from the upper part of the church sliding down a wire and coming to rest over the church's Nativity scene.

Christmas in Philippines


La única nación asiática en la cual el cristianismo es la religión escogida por la gente. Celebraciones navideñas comienzan nueve días antes de la Navidad con una masa sabida(conocida) como Misa de Gallo. En esta masa la historia detrás del nacimiento de Cristo es leída de la Biblia.
El desfile Panunuluyan es sostenido cada Eva. Una pareja es escogida para promulgar de nuevo a Joseph y María busca el refugio.

La masa es sostenida cada hora el día de Navidad de modo que cada uno pueda atender. Los servicios religiosos incluyen pastore, o el juego, basado en el mito del nacimiento del Niño Jesús. El pastore se enfrenta una estrella de la parte superior de la iglesia que se desliza hacia abajo un cable y viniendo para descansar sobre la escena de Natividad de la iglesia.

Celebraciones navideñas pueden haberse desarrollado

Gabriel dijo...

Christmas in Hong Kong
In Hong Kong Christians of most denominations celebrate Christmas with hundreds of church services in Chinese. There are also services held in English for the Europeans.
They send Christmas cards. Many of these cards are exquisitely decorated to show the artistic side of the people who might be gifted. These cards consist of the Holy Family in a Chinese setting. Poinsettias and Nativity scenes decorate homes, churches and other public places and ideographs show the Chinese alphabet on streamers and paper chains. Santa Claus also known as Lan Khoong or Dun Che Lao Ren with his reindeer, are a surprising addition to the Far Eastern Scene.
Español,galego
En Hong Kong a maior parte dos cristíans celebran o Nadal con servicios relixiosos en chino e en inglés.
Envían tarxetas de Nadal moi decoradaspara mostrar o lado artistico de cada un. As tarxetas representan esceas da Sagrada Familia china.
A Santa Claus chamanlle Lan Khoong ou Dun Che Lao Ren cos seus renos.
Árbore de Nadal – árbore da luz - Gum gut. Bo Nadal – king His Hsin Nien Bing Chu Shen Tan.