Apparently, yes, most Poles are Catholics. But what is your point, Polonius?
In some countries Chrsitmas is just one big Bacchic booze-up and pig-out with some presetns thrown in.
Where? Many people celebrate Christmas because it's a nice occasion to meet and enjoy some time with family, but it doesn't HAVE to be Catholic.
I mean, my Christmas were always very nice, I loved the atmosphere, the food, and everything, but it had very little to do with religion.
as well as church wedding ceremonies are the norm for most Poles.
You didn't mention the fact that more and more young Poles don't want to get married, and also the increasing number of divorces ;)
Anyway, officially, Poland is a secular state, which means that, 'officially', the Church cannot interfere in the state issues and politics.
But of course, Polish culture was very influenced by Catholicism, and many people today are still quite 'religious'.