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Epiphany - Signifying the end of the 12 days of Christmas, Epiphany celebrates the visit of the Three Kings to the infant Jesus as the occasion of the manifestation of the Christ to the gentiles. In Orthodox churches, where it is known as Theophany, the day commemorates the baptism of Jesus and the manifestation of the Trinity. The day is especially important in Latino/a cultures and in Orthodox churches. The Armenian Orthodox Church celebrates the nativity and theophany together. (Christianity) (bates)

The feast on the 6th of January associated with the visit of the three wise men to the infant Jesus; the 12th day of Christmas; a sudden, intuitive realization through an ordinary circumstance. (PBS)

The Feast of the Epiphany - this service features a focus on the coming of the gospel to the Gentiles (represented by the three wise men) through the revelation of Jesus Christ.