Free printable Epiphany Magi, Three Kings Day, La Befana coloring pages - Grand Rapids Holidays | Examiner.com

Jan. 7 is the Orthodox Christian Christmas, says UPI. It's Dec. 25 on the earlier Julian calendar used by eastern Orthodox. Jan. 6 celebrates Epiphany (called Twelfth Night or Three Kings Day), another Catholic and Orthodox Christian feast, Epiphany, in Christmastide, marks the visit of the Magi to Baby Jesus in Bethlehem, explains L'Osservatore Romano. These holidays are celebrated differently around the world. In some countries, Epiphany is the major gift-giving holiday over Christmas. Gift-bringer traditions vary, too. Here are free printable Epiphany coloring pages for children. Links are included for printouts to color of La Befana (also called Babouska) a popular gift-bearer figure who's believed to come at Epiphany.  Free printable Epiphany Magi, Three Kings Day, La Befana coloring pages

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