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Teaching Kids about Epiphany

Christmas isn’t over yet! How blessed are we. To keep living liturgically and to keep Christmas alive-we celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany.

Here are 3 things I want to teach my kids about this beautiful day.

1. The Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord is the manifestation of the Son of God. The Magi, pagans from a visiting region, realize they are going to visit and pay homage to the King of the Nations. This is an invitation to ALL to worship Jesus Christ.

2. The Magi were keepers of wisdom and religion

3. The gifts of the Magi: gold, frankincense, and myrrh foreshadowed the death of Jesus

Celebrate by marking your doors with blessed chalk with the first part of the year and C+M+B and the last part of the year (20 C+M+B 23) standing for the initials of the three kings, or the Latin phrase “Christus mansionem benedicat,” or, “Christ, bless this house.”

Check out our beautiful We Three Kings coloring page.

 

See our blog on ways you can decorate your table.

Happy Feast of the Epiphany from The Little Rose Shop Team!