A school in Denmark has canceled its traditional Christmas service that’s held every year at a church amid fears that it would offend non-Christian children and parents.  “We took the decision because we have children of different faiths at the school than Protestants,” said school Principal Marianne Vedersø Schmidt in a letter, according to a Daily Caller translation on Tuesday of a TV2 report. “We are very pleased with the cooperation with the churches and will certainly continue with this cooperation as it

gives all children a cultural and generic knowledge — but the Christmas service is also preaching and it must, therefore, be up to the individual families whether they wish to participate in private,” Schmidt added.  The move has sparked criticism from some prominent members of society, however, including Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, who is from Graested, the town where the school is located. READ MORE