Epiphany and a King Cake

King Cake How to bake Epiphany Cake
KIng Cake 2019

There are many traditions that center around Epiphany, the 12th Day of Chritmas.

Our family enjoys making King Cake, singing We Three Kings and waiting to find out who will get the “bean” and wear the crown.

The bean-finder also gets relieved from chore duties on the following day. A big deal in this house!

The evening isn’t complete without a round of Christmas Carols.

How do you celebrate Epiphany?

A Catholic Guide To Minimalism by Sterling Jaquith

I’ve discovered a new author! I love it when that happens. Just when I think I’ve exhausted bloggers and authors that pertain to my own life, I come across a fresh face and a whole new world opens up to me.

Sterling Jaquith fits that description. Last week I created a quick post to let my readers know about the book¬†Not of This World: A Catholic Guide to Minimalism¬†that is currently available for free with Kindle Unlimited. I hadn’t read it yet, but was so excited to come across it that just wanted to share as soon as possible. I still have not had time to read the whole thing, but I really like what I have read.

However, Sterling also has a YouTube Channel and podcast! Huge help for a busy mom!

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