Today we do more than celebrate
America, we rededicate ourselves to the very idea of America, an idea born in revolution, and renewed through two centuries of challenge, an idea tempered by the knowledge that but for fate, we, the fortunate and the unfortunate, might have been each other; an idea ennobled by the faith that our nation can summon from its myriad diversity, the deepest measure of unity; an idea infused with the conviction that America's journey long, heroic journey must go forever upward.
A wonderful party of coffee-and-milk to celebrate the great event
All his friends and schoolmates must be invited to celebrate the great event
and you the feathered choristers of nature, whose sweetest notes not even Handel can excell, tune your melodious throats to celebrate
He and the governor had had a row about something, you know, and they made it up during those last days, and--Well, apparently your uncle thought he had better celebrate
it somehow, so he made a new will.
The second part celebrates
the founding of Pytho (Delphi) as the oracular seat of Apollo.
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We can celebrate
for weeks at a time, not to mention celebrating the 900th anniversary of Saint So-and-So.
Of course, you'd like to be able to celebrate
Christmas dinner on Christmas, but after playing so many tournaments for so many years, you just learn to deal with it.
The truth is that after the apostles and disciples were evicted from the synagogue after the death of Jesus they were forced to celebrate
the Eucharist in their homes, a condition which continued until the beginning of the fourth century when Christianity was recognized by the Emperor.
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The Armenian church is part of the Christian Orthodox world, and some other Eastern Orthodox churches also celebrate
Christmas on a different day, Jan.
This child Jesus, "destined for the fall and the rising of many," cries out to us across the ages to prepare once again for his coming and to celebrate
this rebirth of faith by believing.
And Persians celebrate
``Nawrooz,'' the day of the spring equinox.
The Eastern church still celebrates
All Saints on the Sunday after Pentecost.