The Magi and the Threefold Epiphany

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The three manifestations of Our Lord remembered on the Epiphany are those moments when Christ chose to reveal Himself as God to the Magi, at His baptism, and at the wedding feast of Cana. All three events are connected doctrinally and liturgically. The Magi are expressions of Faith in that they recognized Christ as God and desired to be united with Him. In His baptism Christ was revealed to be the Son of God by His Father, and it is in this sacrament that we die to sin. Lastly, at the wedding feast of Cana, we see a type of the Holy Eucharist, that sacrament of true union with God.

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