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Epiphany

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  • Welcome 2013

    Happy New Year to all my friends and family. Last year was a great year, and looking ahead, 2013 will certainly be wonderful and blessed.   Epiphany to be celebrated The Magi will visit Covenant Presbyterian Church Sunday, which is the Epiphany,...
  • Turning the page

    As 2013 unfolds its first pages of local history, the faith community is taking the lead on several special fronts, school resumes and local citizens prepare for a local election. Even in a time of limited resources, things can still be accomplished,...
  • Advent, sticklers, which/that, and more

    A brief preface for the liturgically uninformed: Kathleen looked up from the comics pages this morning and marveled, "There are really people who think that this is the second day of Christmas." I believe she was looking at Mother Goose and Grimm. The...
  • Holiday leftovers make quick meals, treats

    Holiday leftovers make quick meals, treats
    It's time to start chilling the bubbly for New Year's Eve. Today at Orlandosentinel.com/thedish I've posted my guide to great sparkling wines that cost less than $15 along with a selection of easy appetizers. In the meantime, let's dish: Really, more...
  • Winter agenda: Events for the season

    Winter agenda: Events for the season
    STAGE The Christmas Schooner Have yourself a City of Big Shoulders Christmas at the Mercury Theater, the current home of the beloved Chicago musical, “The Christmas Schooner.” Created by John Reeger and Julie Shannon, “Schooner”...
  • Mexican feast fit for a king

    Mexican feast fit for a king
    Because I left Mexico when I was 6, my recollections of our holiday traditions are often dreamlike and vague. But my memory of Three Kings Day, or el Día de los Reyes Magos, remains vivid because it came right after Christmas, in the first week of...
  • King cakes are a great way to indulge before Lent

    King cakes are a great way to indulge before Lent
    At first sight, it comes across as, well, a little unusual. A large wreath-shaped cake bedazzled in vibrant shades of purple, green and gold — there's nothing subtle about it. It might be flavored simply with a touch of cinnamon sugar, or maybe it's...
  • Nativity scenes often reflect cultural influences, Baylor scholars say

     
    How the birth of Jesus is portrayed in art has changed over time and often reflects the culture and times of the artists, according to scholars at the Baylor University. In these times, a nativity scene may show Mary exhausted by childbirth while Joseph...
  • Tradition continues: diving for the cross in Lake Eola

     
    St. George Orthodox Church is continuing its long tradition of young men diving for a gold cross tossed into the waters of Lake Eola in downtown Orlando at 11:45 a.m., Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012.  The event is held in conjunction with the celebration of...
  • Celebrate Three Kings Day with Rosca de Reyes

     
    Celebrate Three Kings Day with Rosca de Reyes...
  • Three Kings Day in Mexico, a holiday in flux

     
    It might be hard to imagine, but the streets of Mexico City these past few days have been more jammed than they normally are with vendors hawking food and cheap gifts. Today, Jan. 6, is Three Kings Day. In Mexico that means the happiest day of the year...