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NYC07
Ceci n'est pas un micro-bio
06:02 PM on 01/06/2013
"O, star of wonder, star of might,
Star with royal beauty bright,
Westward leading, still proceeding,
Guide us to thy perfect light."
04:47 PM on 01/06/2013
pope himself dispells the myth of the three kings
02:45 AM on 01/07/2013
No...he doesn't. Obviously you didn't bother to read what he wrote.
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Fran Jaime
01:43 AM on 01/10/2013
Who cares? It's still a fun tradition!
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rav1267
Hare Krishna
04:12 PM on 01/06/2013
"The feast of the 3 Kings" is very popular in my country as well as other Spanish speaking nations. I was a firm believer in Christmas as well as the Feast of the 3 Kings, since I change faith I don't believe in these traditions anymore.
02:46 AM on 01/07/2013
And you "changing faith" is relevant to this discussion why?
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rav1267
Hare Krishna
02:50 PM on 01/08/2013
yes
02:32 PM on 01/06/2013
The truth behind the day of the kings..
Follow the Daily Cartoon that puts it all into perspective..
http://mikemock.wordpress.com/
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Summer77
02:21 PM on 01/06/2013
Felicidades! To All Who Celebrate 3 Kings Day!
02:46 AM on 01/07/2013
Gracias : )
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Janet Kay Julien
Just gimme the chocolate and no one gets hurt
01:42 PM on 01/06/2013
Also in the Bible, at least the King James version, there is no mention of the number of the Wise Men, or their names, that came to see the Infant Jesus, just what the gifts were. The Tradition came from the number of the gifts given to the Baby. No matter what, the tradition is a fun one for all involved.
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Pietro Sommavilla
12:06 PM on 01/06/2013
The line of kings is not broken!

I still believe in fairy tales.. ;)
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11:42 AM on 01/06/2013
I have never heard the phrase "Feliz reyes". I have heard of Felix Reyes. He was in my fifth grade class. Gringos. Go figure.
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guavass
12:32 PM on 01/06/2013
I've hear it before.
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Gregor53
06:27 PM on 01/06/2013
I have also. Wonder if Auntie is aware of Google?
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Fran Jaime
07:05 PM on 01/06/2013
Feliz Día de Reyes is pretty common.
11:29 AM on 01/06/2013
Viva fiesta de Reyes.
11:24 AM on 01/06/2013
Glad they are going to have a 3 day celebration at ah........disneyland ...ah..... wow, this ain't lies it's a scoop.