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Traditions associated with Epiphany vary based on location

For The Dialog Father Stanislao Esposito didn’t anxiously await Christmas morning to see what Santa had left him while growing up in Italy. Instead, he...

Cardinal Tobin installed as Newark, N.J., archbishop

Catholic News Service NEWARK, N.J. — The chasm between faith and life is the greatest challenge facing the Catholic Church today, Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin...

Seeking the light of Jesus

Catholic News Service As a community of faith, we are a people who not only seek light, but who crave and welcome light -- the...

God created all people, desires to save them, pope says on...

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — In every age and in every culture, people seek God just as the Three Kings did and, in every...

Avoid temptation with ‘spiritual shrewdness,’ says pope on feast of Epiphany

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Christians should go out into the world to follow God but use “holy cunning” to guard against the snares...

Epiphany: The Word made flesh made known to the world

“We three kings of Orient are bearing gifts we traverse afar.” It’s in the beautiful hymn “We Three Kings” that most people glean their understanding...

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