feminine Epifana

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Theopháneia > epí phaínō > epipháneia
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Theopháneia (Θεοφάνεια) epipháneia (ἐπιφάνεια),” composed of two elements: “epí (ἐπῐ́)” (on, upon) plus “phaínō ‎(φαίνω)” (to appear, bring to light, show, uncover, reveal, make known). In turn, the name means “Epiphany, revelation, manifestation, striking appearance, a vision of God.” Theophany, which traditionally falls on January 6, is a Christian feast day that celebrates God’s revelation as a human being in Jesus Christ. Eastern Churches following the Julian calendar observe the Theophany feast on what for most countries is January 19 because of the 13-day difference today between that calendar and the generally used Gregorian calendar. Epiphanius of Constantinople († 535) was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from February 25, 520 to June 5, 535, succeeding John II Cappadocia. 2) Epiphanius the Wise († 1420) was a monk from Rostov, hagiographer, and disciple of Saint Sergius of Radonezh. 3) Saint Epiphanius of Pavia was Bishop of Pavia from 466 until he died in 496. Epiphanius additionally held the offices of lector, subdeacon, and deacon.



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