We must understand that the Nativity is a historical fact; it is not a mere hypothesis open to speculations. Simple Christians did a much better job—they clothed this Feast in poetic folklore only to keep this mystery fresh and not dried up by theological reasoning. The theology of simple people is contemplation, prayer and singing, and in this way they are much closer to the Truth.
Later in the article Father Roman tells us who Christmas is for:
Christmas is for simple and wise mothers who are silent and humble….
Christmas is for fathers who with calloused hands daily make a commitment… to protect their families….
Christmas is for countrymen, for shepherds and workers….
Christmas is for the poor….
Christmas is for the rich….
Christmas is for the ill and lonely, for the abandoned and destitute….
Christmas is for wise Christian philosophers an object of adoration and not a speculation….
Christmas is the gift of God for everyone, children and grownups, sinners and saints, angels and stars, shepherds and magi, and even for inanimate things, because God revealed Himself in the flesh and all nature was imbued by Him.