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Epiphany holds significance in the Christian calendar because it celebrates when Jesus Christ was revealed to the world. Christians around the world observe this feast day on January 6th each year, marking the end of the Christmas season. On this day, they commemorate the visit of the Magi to the baby Jesus, symbolizing the revelation of Christ to the Gentiles. Christians reflect on this event, pray, and celebrate to remember God’s love and grace toward all humanity.

People celebrate Epiphany with traditional customs like blessing homes, lighting candles, and singing hymns. Believers worldwide actively participate in these customs, emphasizing the importance of faith and community. As a special event in the Christian faith, Epiphany continues to inspire and uplift people, reminding us, Christians of the powerful love and grace of God.

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Epiphany: A Celebration with Varied Traditions

Epiphany is a feast day in the Western church, white vestments and paraments are used. Sometimes gold is substituted. There aren’t any specific Epiphany symbols, but there are often representations of the Three Kings elsewhere in churches.