By D. Lanier Shook December 28, 2014
The Twelve of Christmas are a time to relax, enjoy, and celebrate what you hold dearest. But you don’t have to take my word for here. Here are some great sites around the Internet that are celebrating it in their own way and a few that will help you celebrate it.
- Wikipedia gives a great definition and history of Epiphany and the Twelve Days of Christmas. Click here to read it.
- The website hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com gives a great history of the popular tune. Click here to read it.
- ShareFaith’s website discusses possible liturgical meaning of the popular tune. Click here to read it.
- Last year Scottish soprano Charlotte Hoather posted a series of sketches and music videos on each of the Twelve Days of Christmas. You can click here to enjoy her artwork and music.
- Sheri Osborn put up multiple craft projects for each of the Twelve Days on About.com. Click here to enjoy them all.
- Petals to Picots’ website is holding a Twelve Days’ giveaway. Click here to find out more.
- Chiff.com has a very comprehensive article about Epiphany that you can click here to read.
- The Huffington Post has a good article about the Twelve Days of Christmas you can read by clicking here.
- CatholicCulture.org has a great article about celebrating Epiphany you can read by clicking here.
- For a slightly deeper look at the holiday, read this article on Christianity Today’s website by clicking here.
- The Telegraph’s website features photos of last year’s Epiphany celebrations from across Europe. Click here to visit the site and discover the connections between the holiday and the polar plunge.
- Kids will enjoy this webpage about the Twelve Days from Woodlands Junior School in England that you can connect to by clicking here.
- Meinke Toy is giving a discount through January 5, so click here to find out more.
- Here’s a great article on Kindred Grace full of reflections about the holiday you can read by clicking here.