Christmas is also known as Jesus Christmas, Nativity Day, and Catholics also known as Jesus Christmas Feast. Translated as "Christ's Mass", it originated from the Saturn Festival when the ancient Romans greeted the New Year, and has nothing to do with Christianity. After Christianity prevailed in the Roman Empire, the Holy See followed the trend to incorporate this folk festival into the Christian system, while celebrating the birth of Jesus. But Christmas is not the birthday of Jesus, because the "Bible" does not record the specific day Jesus was born, and there is also no mention of such a festival. It is the result of Christianity's absorption of ancient Roman mythology.
Most Catholic churches will first hold midnight mass on Christmas Eve on December 24, which is the early morning of December 25, while some Christian churches will hold good news and then celebrate Christmas on December 25; A large branch-the Orthodox Christmas celebration is on January 7th each year.
Christmas is also a public holiday in the Western world and many other regions, such as: Hong Kong and Macau in Asia, Malaysia, Singapore