January 10, 2021 Today we celebrate Epiphany; it’s the day in the church year when we hear the story of the Magi visiting Jesus, and it’s the beginning of a liturgical season that’s intended to help us ponder the light, the revelations, the epiphanies that we experience along the journey of life.Epiphany means a moment of illumination; it means experiencing something that casts a light upon reality in such a way that it brings clearer perception and deeper insight into reality itself – both its brokenness and its beauty.

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