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The Twelve Days of Christmas began yesterday – Christmas Day!

The period before this is Advent, the time of preparation for Christmas.

The twelve days of Christmas end on Epiphany, the day that the Three Wise Men came to pay homage to the Child Jesus. In 201​9​, Epiphany is on ​Sunday, January 6th.​ The Feast of the Baptism of the Lord is ​on Sunday, January 13th, when the Christmas season officially ends​.​

Traditionally, many Catholics do not take down their Christmas trees and other Christmas decorations until the day after Epiphany.

So now that Advent is over, and Christmas is here – light the fire, turn the lights on your Christmas tree, snuggle up with your loved ones, play some Christmas music, and seek a little faith, hope, love, joy​ and peace​ this Christmas season as you celebrate the birth of our Saviour.

Merry Christmas!

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Christmas Gift Ideas from Love Being Catholic

Happy Holidays

Hi Love Being Catholic Friends!

I wanted to share with you a little side business I do that allows me to continue posting on this Love Being Catholic page, while helping to support my family. I’ve been making gift baskets around the holidays for 15 years, and happy to assist you with any of your gift-giving needs this Christmas season.

If you are not sure yet what to give to your family, friends, co-workers, employees and clients this year, please check out The Mint Tulip Gift Baskets! (We also have a Facebook page, – The Mint Tulip Gift Baskets.) We specialize in beautiful Christmas and Holiday gift baskets, deliver locally in the north Atlanta and surrounding areas, and ship nationwide in the United States.

You can check out our 2014 Christmas & Holiday Collection atwww.TheMintTulip.com, email us at theminttulip@earthlink.net, or order online. Thank you to all who ordered from us last Christmas. We truly appreciate the business! Happy Thanksgiving next week to all of you too!
In Christ,

Liz