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Shine

In the bleak, cold mornings of a northern winter, we pray for glimmers of light, shiny, to catch the eye and the spirit.

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Speaking to the Soul: Follow the Star

This Epiphany, let’s practice looking up, looking for a star, and not just hanging our heads and hiding our eyes from what’s in front of us for fear of what’s going to happen in the next step or two that we take. Follow the star, keep the faith, and plunge ahead.

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Epiphany – what really went down?

“There are plenty of things about the story which might make us instinctively treat it as just another part of the constellation of Christmas traditions, which does not have very much connection with reality.” But maybe…

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Epiphany celebrations

The Guardian has a round up of photographs of Epiphany celebrations around the world today, from papal mass to horse racing.

[How] did you celebrate? Do you have images to share?

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