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Epiphany of Our Lord 


The word “epiphany” comes from the Greek word epiphainen, a verb that means "to shine upon," "to manifest," or “to make known.” 


The visit of the Magi is emphasized on Epiphany Day, January 6th,  and Christ's baptism is celebrated the first Sunday that follows.   These events along with the miracle at Cana, are key events which Christ has made Himself known to the world.  


As faithful Christians, remember Christ has made himself know to you, to I, and to the world.  For the 8 weeks of Epiphany, we should try to make a special effort as true disciples of Christ to  share the "good new" of Christ, not only by word but also in action.













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