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Black And White Rooster Glass Ornament
Item # 1202884
Spanish and Latin American cultures call their mass on Christmas Eve "La Misa Del Gallo, (The Mass of the Rooster) because it is said that the only time that a rooster crowed at midnight was on the day Christ was born. Artfully crafted of glass and resin, our vibrant black and white rooster measures 4½" tall and shimmers with eye-catching glitter and beads. Ornament comes ready to hang with a silver cord.
(Legend of the Rooster card included.)
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Legend of the Rooster

Legend states that the only time the rooster crowed at midnight was the night that Jesus was born. In Spanish and Latin American countries, "Misa del Gallo," the Mass of the Rooster, is celebrated at midnight on Christmas Eve. The crowing of the rooster at the dawn of each morning symbolizes the daily triumph of light over darkness and the victory of good over evil.


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