The following comes from the Women of Faith and Family site:The Church’s celebration of Epiphany (“manifestation), the “twelfth night of Christmas,” apparently originated in Egypt sometime during the third century, thus the Church’s celebration of this feast predates even the celebration of Christmas itself.Epiphany is traditionally celebrated in honor of Christ’s birth, of the adoration of the Magi, and of the baptism of Christ’s (also celebrated on the first Sunday following Epiphany), three manifestations of the Lord’s divinity.Because the Magi came form the Orient, many of the traditional foods served on this day are spicy. Spice cake is often baked

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