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Epiphany - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Epiphany is the end of the Christmas season, 12 days after Christmas.
Epiphany and the Magi - Medieval Christmas History
Christmas is often celebrated the evening before Christmas day, and Epiphany is often celebrated as the Twelfth Night. Gift-giving in some cultures extends ...
What is Epiphany? - Christianity - About.com
Because Epiphany is primarily observed by Orthodox, Catholic, and Anglican Christians, many Protestant believers don't understand the spiritual significance ...
The Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ - Catholicism - About.com
The Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ is best known as the visitation of the Magi or Wise Men. Learn more about one of the oldest Christian feasts.
Epiphany in Greece - An ancient ceremony lives on - Greece Travel
Epiphany in Greece - the day used for the blessing of the waters is also the end of the "Twelve Days of Christmas".
Is Epiphany a Holy Day of Obligation? - Epiphany of Our Lord
The Code of Canon Law of the Catholic Church (Canon 1246) lists ten Holy Days of Obligation, including Epiphany (January 6). However, the canon also notes ...
When Is Epiphany? - Date of Epiphany - Catholicism - About.com
However, in most countries, including the United States, the celebration of Epiphany is transferred to the Sunday that falls between January 2 and January 8 ...
When Is Epiphany 2015? - Catholicism - About.com
Epiphany, the 12th day after Christmas, celebrates the visit of the three wise men to the Christ Child. What is the date of Epiphany 2015?
January 6, Epiphany in Scandinavia - Scandinavia Travel - About.com
When is Epiphany in Scandinavia? What is celebrated on this annual holiday, in Scandinavian churches? Learn more about the day of Epiphany which falls on ...
Kings Day in Mexico - Dia de Reyes - January 6 - Epiphany ...
January 6th is Three Kings Day in Mexico, known as the Día de Reyes. This is Epiphany on the church calendar, the 12th day after Christmas, when the Magi ...