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- The cathedral's carol service takes place on Thursday at 7pm with a midnight Mass on Christmas Eve at 11.30 pm.
- The family gets together on Christmas Eve to decorate the Christmas tree and attend midnight Mass.
- Christmas Eve is celebrated with visiting, drinking, dancing, and gift-giving as well as midnight Mass.
- Despite the relatively small regular attendance, 109 residents turned out for midnight Mass on Christmas Eve and 140 for the crib service.
- Before long, Christmas Eve came and the family walked to midnight Mass.
- The French observe Christmas by attending a midnight Mass.
- There was no sign of snow as the crowds went home after midnight Mass but alas and surprise in the morning the parish had its first white Christmas for years.
- This has nothing to do with family or presents or big dinners but comes from the four weeks of Advent expectation beforehand and then a culmination in midnight Mass on Christmas Eve.
- I loved, as one example, Mien's description of the midnight Mass of their first Christmas in Alice.
- Small fractures are now visible in the arched ceiling of the Church of St Catherine, famous for the worldwide broadcast of midnight Mass on Christmas Eve each year.
- Elaborate meals are served on Christmas Eve by Catholic families who attend midnight Mass.
- She and another visitor from Canada were taken to a midnight Mass at the local Catholic church.
- They were sung in the streets and were interpolated into the midnight Mass of Christmas.
- She died suddenly on her way to midnight Mass on Christmas night 2003.
- After midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, many families go to the cemetery and light candles for their loved ones.