The singing Christmas carols is a tradition that has been in existence for hundreds of years. Those Christmas carols are also some of the older songs that are still sung regularly and at times, they may even be well over 100 years old. Although they may have been performed many times in the past, there is sometimes a performance that gives you chills and brings new life to the song.
That was what was experienced when the Celtic woman, an all woman singing group, sang the popular Christmas Carol, O Holy Night. The voices of these women combine to perform the song in a way that has been producing goosebumps all across the Internet. In fact, it has even moved many people to tears and it is possible that you may experience a similar reaction yourself.
Would it come as a surprise to learn that O Holy Night is actually well over 150 years old? It was written in 1847, at first as a poem but eventually, music was added to it. Since that time, it has become one of the most beloved Christmas carols of all time.