Defining "Epiphany" (in Paris)

Epiphany means many things to many people, each different. On my WanderingParis page at I’ve just posted an article–with lots of photos–about Epiphany and epiphanies in Paris.

Religious Epiphany, inspirational (and inspired) epiphany, and gourmet epiphany (delicious flaky galette des rois cakes or pies if you prefer): there’s room for all (and more) in Paris.

Some of the photos of Epiphany in Paris show highly unusual Nativity scenes.

Here’s how the article begins. Click on the link below to read the whole post… and, in any case, wherever you are and whatever you believe (or don’t), happy Epiphany (epiphanies!)…

Epiphany in Paris: Inspiration of Many Kinds

January 6 is Epiphany, when the Magi or Kings of Orient arrive at the manger bearing gifts. Or so the legend goes.

Epiphany is defined in many ways today, and most have little enough to do with religious tradition. Even those who know what the Epiphany is all about for Christians nowadays express their Epiphany scenes is different, novel ways.

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