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Between Catholic tradition and Christmas folklore, the nativity scene celebrates its 800th anniversary
From the austere grotto to the colorful santon, between Catholic tradition and Christmas folklore, the nativity scene is celebrating its 800th anniversary this year. The story dates back to 1223: Francis of Assisi, returning from a trip to the Holy Land, created a living nativity scene.
Those who watched the coronation of King Charles III in May 2023 might think that the UK is the opposite of a secular country. In Westminster Abbey, the new head of state received his mandate from the Archbishop of Canterbury.