Mardi Gras Has a Christian History?
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Mardi Gras Has A Christian History?

Mardi Gras is best known as a raucous event that takes place in New Orleans, LA and other areas around the world in January and February. Fat Tuesday, the final day of Mardi Gras, can occur in March depending on the calendar year and how it corresponds to the Christian liturgical calendar. While Mardi Gras may be legendary for scantily clad costumes, delicious food, overflowing spirits, and many acts of debauchery. Many people — particularly non-Christians — may not know what the celebration is truly all about. #MardiGras #FatTuesday #ShroveTuesday

Baptism of the Lord - A feast day that commemorates the baptism of Jesus. Held after the Day if Epiphany.
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Baptism of the Lord

Baptism of the Lord – A feast day that commemorates the baptism of Jesus. Held after the Day if Epiphany.

Epiphany
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Day of Epiphany (Three Kings Day)

January 6 is know as the Day if Epiphany or Three Kings Day. So what exactly is this day? What other names does this day go by? #Epiphany #DayofEpiphany #3KingsDay #12DaysofChristmas #Christmas

Hidden Meaning of the 12 Days of Christmas
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The Hidden Meaning of the 12 Days of Christmas (Free Printable)

Ever wonder what the hidden mean of the 12 days of Christmas mean? Then check out this blog post as I share what each day of the 12 days hidden meaning. I also share when the 12 Days of Christmas actually starts too. Plus a free printable version! #12DaysChristmas #Christmas