The Feast of the Seven Fishes also known as The Vigil (Italian: La Vigilia), is an
italian-american celebration of Christmas Eve with meals of fish and other ...
Many Italians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on Christmas Day (Natale) on
December 25 each year. It is a public holiday in Italy.
For many Italian-American families a big Christmas Eve meal of different fish
dishes is now a very popular tradition! It's known as The Feast of the Seven
Italian traditions in Italy are based heavily on the religion of. Christianity.
Christmas starts eight days before Christmas and lasts ... It all ends on Christmas
The essence of Christmas Day in Italy is family, love and food, la famiglia, l'amore
e il cibo. Italian festive food varies from region to region, although there are ...
Christmas is celebrated everywhere in Italy, with nativity scenes, trees, pageants
and ... Wherever you are in Italy on Christmas eve, go to Midnight Mass. Even if ...
"But what do Italians do at Christmas time? ... The traditional Christmas Eve
dinner is still meatless: fish and seafood prepared as a soup and/or a stew or
Traditions, rituals, and customs practiced by Italians during the Christmas
holidays. ... their father's plate and read after Christmas Eve dinner has been
Christmas season in Italy is traditionally celebrated December 24-January 6, or
Christmas Eve through Epiphany. This follows the pagan season of celebrations
In Italian, Christmas Eve is "La Vigilia," the eve. Many Italians also refer to it as
The Eve of the Seven Fishes. Traditionally the dinner is meatless and fish dishes