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Each time we see the chalice at Mass we can envision Jesus' Heart waiting to pour its love upon us.
In some cultures, it's typical to bless animals on feast of St. Francis of Assisi; in Rome, it's on Anthony's day
Trick question, there isn't one! Here's why.
Around the feast of Epiphany, Orthodox and Byzantine Christians will bless the nearest source of "living water" in commemoration of Jesus' baptism.
They walked the 3.7 mile route barefoot, behind a statue of Jesus.
The "baptism" is symbolic in nature, but points to the spiritual power that is bestowed upon the bells.
Witness the joy-filled festivities of the community of Williamsburg.
Is it December 26? January 6? February 2?
Sometimes we need to stop and use our imagination to gain a fresh understanding of the Epiphany.
Honoring the Holy Name of Jesus gains a fresh perspective when dwelling upon Mary's use of it.