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(event)the Epiphany — la Epifanía (del Señor)
- Catholics honor Three Kings Day on January 6, the feast of the Epiphany.
- The Greater Blessing of Water is performed on the Feast of the Epiphany (in the Julian calendar, January 19).
- An indispensable part of any sermon on this Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany is the preacher's passing on the experiences of Christ's death and resurrection that this assembly has received.
- In the past, the Roman Catholic Church required numerous fasts, including all Sundays during Lent, Easter week, and all Fridays except from Christmas to Epiphany and from Easter to Ascension.
- For Epiphany on January 6, a large round pastry is baked with a bean hidden in it.
- The pope, who personally administers each of the church's seven sacraments during the course of each year, makes a practice of consecrating bishops on Epiphany.
- Tomorrow is a Holy Day, The Feast of the Epiphany when there will be Masses at 11 am and 7.30 pm.
- On Epiphany morning, the Lutheran-Episcopal full communion will be rendered official and celebrated at Washington's National Cathedral.
- Christians will be praying around the world during both Advent and Epiphany.
- The story of Epiphany is related by the first three Evangelists: Matthew, Mark and Luke.
- The Christmas season in France comes to an end on Epiphany when we commemorate the coming of the three kings to Bethlehem.
- The Church defines Christmas as the twelve days from Christmas Day until the eve of Epiphany.
- On January the 6th they have another special celebration called the Epiphany.
- The journey from Epiphany to Lent brings us from the brightness of our dawning to the bleakness of our sinfulness.
- It's an important date in the Catholic calendar, the Feast of the Epiphany, the day for celebrating the meeting between Christ and the Magi.
- The account of the magi is celebrated as an epiphany of our Lord.
- The Church celebrates 6 January as Epiphany, the day on which the Christ child was shown to the three Kings.
- We Christians need Epiphany to complete our Christmas lesson.
- In Izalco, the period between Christmas and the Feast of the Epiphany is celebrated with nightly processions and Jeu Jeu, an Amerindian rain dance.
- The nativity scene remains in its place until January 6, the Epiphany (the twelfth night after Christmas).
- The twelfth day of Christmas, 6 January, Epiphany day, is the day that Christians believe that the three wise men presented their gifts to the new born Christ.
- Tomorrow's feast of the Epiphany, or Little Christmas, is still a huge, well-celebrated event from Berlin to Barcelona.
2(festival)Epifanía femeninoel día de (la adoración de los) Reyes
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