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Depending on the shapes, fortunes are told for the following year.
If nothing meaningful comes up, there is always a chance that a girl will dream of something important dealing with her future, that night - but only if she could remember it.
The small angel is invisible, but the angel's presence is signalized by the sound of a ringing bell, and a moment later - the presents magically appear. Polish Christmas Carols or koledy are numerous and beautiful, especially when sung in Polish parishes at the Christmas Eve Mass.
This Mass is called the Pasterka, which means the Shepherds Watch, and there is popular belief in Poland that while the congregation is praying, peace descends on the snow-clad earth and that during that holy night, the humble companions of men - the domestic animals - assume voices. Christmas Day itself in the traditional Polish custom is spent in rest, prayer, and visits to various members of the family.
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In some districts, the boys carry on puppet shows called shopky.It is not to say presents aren't also given on Christmas Eve (rather than the typical American Christmas Day). Nick brings presents a couple weeks before Christmas in Polish customs style, usually God's helpers are responsible for bringing gifts on Christmas Eve.In Wielkopolska (the Poznan and West-Central region) the Starman - a man with a "gwiazdor" (star) brings the gifts to the children.The most ancient rituals, especially those dating back to pagan times, have long lost their magical character, becoming a colorful vestige of the past and a form of amusement.[See for example Sobtka] Links with tradition are felt the strongest during the greatest religious feasts, such as Christmas, Easter, Corpus Christi processions and All Saints' Day.
With fair maidens like this no wonder guys in Poland look forward to Sobtka. You'd be hard pressed to find many secular holidays, celebrations or significant cultural customs when it comes to the observance of Polish customs.