Epiphany means appearance, event or phenomenon, and it comes from the Greek “epiphaneia”. In the religious sense, in the liturgical calendar of the Catholic Church, it is a manifestation or divine revelation, for example, when there was the presentation of Christ to the world in human presence, ie it is made known through the arrival of the Magi bringing their gifts and worshiping. The term epiphany was used in the East to refer to the manifestation of Christ in the flesh and in the ninth century the feast of the revelation of Jesus in the pagan world was noted, currently still held on January 6. Epiphany is one of the oldest Catholic liturgical celebrations, even older than Christmas.
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