Father’s Day

On the last Sunday before Christmas, on Father’s Day, children tie up their fathers, who also get untied with gifts, the same way as mothers do. These customs and holidays bring families together and make them stronger, more in agreement with each other, bring better understanding and respect between the children and their parents, between the younger and older generations. These festivities preceding Christmas lessen the proverbial generation gap, restore the family spirit of togetherness, whilst the whole family, like everyone else, get ready to bestow their gifts and honour the God-Child in love, harmony and peace.