The epiphany coloring pages

Two very familiar Christmas carols associated with Epiphany are “As with gladness, men of old”, written by William Chatterton Dix in 1860 as a response to the many legends which had grown up surrounding the Magi, and “We Three Kings of Orient Are”, written by the Reverend John Henry Hopkins Jr. , then an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Church, instrumental in organizing an elaborate holiday pageant (which featured this hymn) for the students of the General Theological Seminary in New York City in 1857 while serving as the seminary’s music director. Another popular hymn, less known culturally as a carol, is “Songs of thankfulness and praise”, with words written by Christopher Wordsworth and commonly sung to the tune “St. Edmund” by Charles Steggall. A carol used as an anthem for Epiphany is “The Three Kings”.

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