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Christmas

It’s Christmas in June! St. John’s Day was once celebrated similar to Jesus’ birthday

The two feasts were liturgically similar and continue to share a spiritual connection.

A new “Gloria in excelsis” captures the mystery and the jubilation

Scott Goudeau offers his impeccable musical technique to glorfy the word of God.

Why the Baptism of the Lord is a “Christmas” feast

You may still see Christmas decorations in Catholic churches on this liturgical celebration.

The forgotten season of Epiphany

The days and weeks after Epiphany were traditionally their own season.

On finding God’s spotlights: Read the pope’s Epiphany homily

But God’s light does not shine on those who shine with their own light. God “proposes” himself; he does not “impose” himself.

The beloved Italian tradition of “La Befana”

She regrets not following the Magi to see the Christ Child and continues to leave little gifts in every home she visits.

A beautiful prayer to the Holy Magi

Tradition says that the "Three Kings" were converted and became holy saints.

7 Siblings adopted out of foster care want to share their story (VIDEO)

Their Christmas gift this year was a home and a family.

Preparing for the Theophany with the “Royal Hours”

Eastern Christians prepare for the feast with fasting and a special liturgy.

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