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Please join us for an in-person event with New York Times bestselling author Raymond Arroyo for his latest book, The Wise Men Who Found Christmas (Publish Date: October 11, 2022)

The Wise Men Who Found Christmas is a thrilling, visual adventure capturing the wonder of the Christmas season. Based on new historical evidence, The Wise Men Who Found Christmas is the miraculous, untold tale of three seekers who followed a star and found themselves in the middle of the greatest story ever told. Stunningly illustrated by Diane Le Feyer, this enchanting family keepsake is sure to become part of your Christmas tradition – and a reminder that chasing truth is often the greatest adventure of all.

Raymond Arroyo is an internationally known, award-winning journalist, producer, and New York Times Bestselling author. As founding News Director, Managing Editor and Lead Anchor for EWTN News, he is seen in more than 350 million homes on six continents each week and heard on more than 500 AM/FM affiliates and a stand-alone Sirius channel throughout the US. Mr. Arroyo established EWTN News and The World Over Live in 1996, which he hosts from Washington, DC each week.

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Raymond Arroyo: Discovering The True Story Behind The Wise Men Who Found Christmas

“What I was stunned by, the old story, that song ‘We Three Kings’ of Orient are, you hear it every year. It’s all wrong.  They were not three. The gospel only says three gifts. It says nothing about the number of men. The Coptic Church says there might have been 60 wise men. The Syrian church says 12. If you look at the first spread in my book, there are 12 guys on the rooftop, three primary characters in the foreground, nine others in the background. So I’m thinking there might have been 12. But they were not kings. They were just magi. Magi were kind of magicians, soothsayers, stargazers, interpreters of dreams. And so they were familiar with the prophecies. And they were not from the Far East, the Orient. They were from the immediate East, the immediate Orient, which was Petra.”


:o Well It Appears (maybe) So much for the Magi coming from Iran. How about just down The Road


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