Now Glasgow-born Anne is preparing for her role as Epiphania
Ognisanti di Parerga - in The Millionairess, a comedy by Bernard Shaw.
Her real name was Epiphania
, and she is remembered in Italy, on Twelfth Night, because she did rebel.
See Edmund Beck, Des heiligen Ephraem des Syrers Hymnen de Nativitate, Epiphania
(Louvain: Catholic University, 1959) CSCO 186.
In 1662, on the Feast of the Epiphany immediately following his expulsion from Maranhao, Vieira preached the most important sermon of his career, the Semao de Epiphania
, a lengthy and tightly-argued eight-part exposition in which he handed down a bitter indictment of Portuguese settlers in Brazil and demanded permission for the Jesuits' return to the Amazon.
25) See Bernard of Clairvaux, In Epiphania
3:8, Patrologia Latina, 152d.
Festum subdiaconorum, quod uocamus stultorum, a quibusdam fit in circumcisione [Parisian MSS add: ut in Parisiensi ecclesia], a quibusdam in Epiphania
uel in octauis Epiphanie.
It was her faith that opened her to reconciliation with Bizimana and his wife, Epiphania
Boxer noted how Vieira did not share the view common at the time that whites were innately superior to blacks and quotes from his famous Sermao da Epiphania
(1662) preached to Dona Luisa and Dom Afonso V1.
The same date is also know as Epiphany (from the Greek epiphania
'manifestation' 'appearance') which commemorates the appearance of Christ to the Gentiles in the form of the Magi.
In 1999 , the edition of Rhau's Musikdrucke at last neared its close with the publication of the penultimate volume--an edition of the 1545 collection of sacred music for the Christmas season, Officiorum (Ut vocant) de Nativitate, Circumcisione, Epiphania
Domini, et Purificatione etc.