When you say “Merry Christmas” you are actually saying “Merry Christ’s Mass”. So what does “Mass” mean? As a former Catholic (and Franciscan Friar) I know fully what this word means. It means: “Cannibalism” (the act or practice of humans eating the flesh of other human beings).
I say this because “Mass” is one of the names by which the sacrament of the “Eucharist” is commonly called in the Catholic Church. When the Catholic Priest says prayers (or blesses) the bread and wine used in the Mass, a process called “Transubstantiation” occurs whereby, according to the teaching of the Catholic Church, the bread and wine used in the sacrament become, not merely symbolically or figuratively, but in actual reality the literal flesh and blood of Jesus Christ (whom they call “god”). This so called literal flesh and blood of our beloved Jesus gets chewed, eaten and you know what happens next, ahhh just use your imagination. Of course science has proven that no literal change takes place in the bread and wine but Catholics are still to believe every word the Pope teaches because he is said to be “infallible”.
So the bottom line is, next time someone says to you “Merry ChristMASS”, just say in reply “thank you” or something like “happy holidays” or “season’s greeting”. That’s better than wishing someone “Merry ChristMASS” because it’s like saying to someone “enjoy eating and drinking the flesh and blood of Jesus” or “happy Cannibal day”.
Thank God I’m Muslim.