Epiphany marks the official end of Christmas, and celebrates the visit of the magi (kings, wise men) to the baby Jesus. It’s a traditional day around the world for giving gifts (in honor of the gifts that Jesus received), and also is the day, alas, on which to take down Christmas lights and decorations and declare the feast done. But this also means beginning to celebrate the life of Jesus, and the Holy Spirit that came into the world on Christmas, but reaches far beyond the day of birth. What are the gifts that you have to share with the world? This is a wonderful season to ask that question and be assured that there is an answer.