Posted by: Debbie Abrams Kaplan | December 24, 2009

Polish Christmas Dinner January 10th

From our local newspaper:

CHRISTMAS DINNER TO BE HELD JAN 10

“The Polish National Catholic Church…will conduct their annual Christmas Dinner on Sunday, January 10…the parish children will present a Christmas pageant during the dinner.”

This made me laugh out loud. Is the stereotype true?

(And I don’t want to hear that I’m racist! I’m at least 1/4 Polish myself)


Responses

  1. Many Orthodox and Eastern Rite churches celebrate two weeks behind. Maybe that’s it?
    I think it’s genius. I loathe trees put out on Dec. 26…the season goes until the 6th. It starts on the 24th of December, NOT the day after Thanksgiving. End of soapbox.


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