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yes? obviously you did not see what i did there.
Ha, poor biggGames. :P
Then maybe it was of poor quality.
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- My bad, I mixed up which day was which. As for the rest of it,…
Not necessarily Catholic, my point was. Although Mexico mostly came from Spain (which is a very Christian country) a lot of non-Catholics celebrate it. It comes from the Mayans, the tradition, because it is said on that day a Mayan asked for a sign that dead people had reached heaven and marigolds grew from the earth.
No, it's Catholic. Just because non-Catholics celebrate it doesn't stop it from being a predominantly Catholic holiday. I mean, my family isn't Christian, but we celebrate Christmas. Non-Catholics celebrate it as a matter of culture, not as a matter of religion.
No, it isn't PERMANENTLY a Catholic occasion. Just because it's secular doesn't mean it's still Catholic, it just mean it has the ROOTS in it.
I can see that in Spanish speaking countries; but why would it be in Europe, then? When I say Catholic, I mean UNIVERSALLY Catholic. The date itself is probably Catholic, but the local traditions will definitely have pagan roots like every other Catholic holiday.
Does it really matter anyways? It's a holiday, I'm an atheist, I can celebrate whatever the hell I want, wherever the hell I want. (Although I might get executed some places for such.) I can celebrate Christmas on April 8th and it doesn't really matter. It's tradition.
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so am i, but i don't make assumptions about other countries without knowing anything about them.
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