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Men removing their head coverings when entering a church and women putting them on are both acts of humility before Our Lord's Real Presence.
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Happy Feast of the Epiphany!
Wise men still seek Him.
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EPIPHANY - THE MAGI HAVE ARRIVED!
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Today is the Feast of Epiphany, also known as Theophany, when we commemorate the Adoration of the Magi, and the revelation of God incarnate in Jesus Christ.

Like many of the most ancient Christian feasts, Epiphany was first celebrated in the East, where it has been held from the beginning almost universally on January 6.

Today, among both Eastern Catholics and Eastern Orthodox, the feast is known as Theophanyβ€”the revelation of God to man.

EPIPHANY IS A FOUR-FOLD FEAST

Epiphany originally celebrated four different events, in the following order of importance:
- the Baptism of the Lord;
- Christ's first miracle, the changing of water into wine at the wedding in Cana;
the Nativity of Christ; and
the visitation of the Wise Men or Magi.

Each of these is a revelation of God to man:

At Christ's Baptism, the Holy Spirit descends and the voice of God the Father is heard, declaring that Jesus is His Son.

At the wedding in Cana, the miracle reveals Christ's divinity.

At the Nativity, the angels bear witness to Christ, and the shepherds, representing the people of Israel, bow down before Him; and

At the visitation of the Magi, Christ's divinity is revealed to the Gentilesβ€”the other nations of the earth.

THE END OF CHRISTMASTIDE

Eventually, the celebration of the Nativity was separated out, in the West, into Christmas; and shortly thereafter, Western Christians adopted the Eastern feast of the Epiphany, still celebrating the Baptism, the first miracle, and the visit from the Wise Men.

Thus, Epiphany came to mark the end of Christmastideβ€”the Twelve Days of Christmas (celebrated in the song), which began with the revelation of Christ to Israel in His Birth and ended with the revelation of Christ to the Gentiles at Epiphany.

Over the centuries, the various celebrations were further separated in the West, and now the Baptism of the Lord is celebrated on the Sunday after January 6, and the wedding at Cana is commemorated.

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"On entering the house they saw the child with Mary his mother. They prostrated themselves and did him homage.
Then they opened their treasures and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh."
- MATTHEW 2:11
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EPIPHANY - CHALKING THE DOOR:
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Chalking the door- is a centuries-old custom in which Christians gather on the feast of the Epiphany to ask God’s blessing on their home, in memory of the 3 Kings.

A member of the household can lead this blessing if there is no priest that is available.

Epiphany is also known as Twelfth Night, Theophany or 3 Kings Day.

The general formula for chalking is simple:
20 + C + M + B + 19

The 20 can be substituted for MM instead (roman numerals for 2000)
19 denotes the current year. So chalking done next year ie 2020 would be 20, and in 2021, it would be 21 and so on.

The letters have meaning and they represent the initials of the Magi: Caspar, Malchior, and Balthazar.

The letters are also an abbreviation of the Latin phrase:
Christus Mansionem Benedicat
meaning "May God bless this house"

The + signs represent the Cross

Taken together, the entire phrase is a request that Christ blessed the houses so marked and that He stays with those who dwell therein throughout the entire year.
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As today is Epiphany, you can take your Christmas tree down now, unless you are a RadTrad, in which case you need to leave it up until Candlemas on Feb 2nd.

And if you are the Raddest Trad of them all, then you definitely need to take down the tree by Lent.
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The month of January is dedicated to the Most Holy Name of Jesus, at which alone every knee shall bend, in heaven, on earth, and under the earth, to the glory of divine majesty.

Lovingly saying the most holy name of Jesus can be a prayer of reparation in itself.

The Holy Name of Jesus indeed IS the shortest, easiest & most powerful of prayers!
Make a habit of saying: Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, Jesus...

On the Memorial of The Most Holy Name of Jesus, may we renew our promise never to take God’s name in vain β€œfor at the name of Jesus every knee should bend and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.

The Holy Name of Jesus is not a curse or swear word.

When you hear someone use the Lord's name in vain, say Blessed be the Most Holy Name of Jesus without end. Blessed be His Most Holy Name.

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HAPPY SOLEMNITY OF MARY, MOTHER OF GOD!!
Mater Dei, ora pro nobis.
Mother of God, pray for us.
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