The text of the resolution read as follows:
Whereas Christmas is a national holiday celebrated on December 25; and
Whereas the Framers intended that the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States would prohibit the establishment of religion, not prohibit any mention of religion or reference to God in civic dialog: Now, therefore be it resolved, that the House of Representatives –
(1) Recognizes the importance of the symbols and traditions of Christmas;
(2) Strongly disapproves of attempts to ban references to Christmas; and
(3) Expresses support for the use of these symbols and traditions, for those who celebrate Christmas.
Those 22 who voted against the resolution were all (surprise!) Democrats. My own representative in Congress, Jan Schakowsky, along with Bobby Rush, were among the Grinches who voted against Christmas. No ho ho.
Of course, the Democrats are by their own admission, having trouble connecting with "people of faith." It's easy to understand why.