When Is Epiphany

What is Epiphany?

Epiphany is also called as "Three Kings Day" and "Twelfth Day".  Epiphany is a Christian holiday memorialized on January 6th. It is mainly observed in Orthodox, Catholic, and Anglican churches. After Christmas, Epiphany falls on the twelfth day.

History of Epiphany:

The word Epiphany intends for “manifestation” or “revelation" and it is usually relate in Western Christianity with the visit of the wise men (Magi) to the Christ child. By the Magi Christ exposed himself to the gentiles. Epiphany places stress on the baptism of Jesus by John, with Christ exposing himself to the world as God's own Son in Easter Christianity.

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