Why Epiphany marks the stopover of Christmas for many believers
After the 12th day of Christmas, believers remove their festive
decoration. But they don't allow January 6, or January 19
Tied to biblical money owed for the birth and baptism
of Jesus Christ, the holiday of Epiphany is a risk
The holidays fall during the Christmas
season. However, reviews vary on when that season finally ends
Christmas is observed sooner or later, a 12-day period
ending with Epiphany, or an even longer season lasting until Candlemas
a holiday celebrating the presentation of Jesus Christ in the
temple and that is generally celebrated by Christians on February 2.
Today, the Epiphany is well known in a
different way with the help of various Christian denominations
This is what you should know about Epiphany, also called
Theophany or probably the Day of the 3 Kings.
Epiphany originates from the Christian
church's perception that Jesus Christ became the human incarnation of God.
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