"Little Christmas" is the Feast of Epiphany that falls on Jan. 6. It celebrates the gifts of the wise men to Jesus Christ. Some cultures save gift exchanges for Little Christmas, keeping Christmas Day as a purely religio... More »

Little Christmas is an Irish holiday celebrated on Jan. 6, the feast of the Epiphany, according to Irish Examiner. It marks the end of the Christmas season. On this day, the Christmas tree and other decorations are taken... More »

In Ireland, January 6 is known as Little Christmas because it is the final day and the last celebration of the Christmas season. On Little Christmas, all of the holiday decorations are removed. Traditionally, it is a day... More »

Three-quarters of people responding to a "Today" survey said they take down their Christmas tree by Jan. 6, the traditional 12th Day of Christmas. Catholics typically leave their trees up until Jan. 7, the day after Epip... More »

The 12 days of Christmas is the period of days between Dec. 25 and Jan. 6, which is called the Epiphany. The Epiphany celebrates the divinity of Jesus Christ. More »

Little Christmas is an Irish holiday celebrated on Jan. 6, the feast of the Epiphany, according to Irish Examiner. It marks the end of the Christmas season. On this day, the Christmas tree and other decorations are taken... More »

Christmas is celebrates in Spain with focus on the Three Kings, or los Reyes Magos, the ones who, on Jan. 6, bring presents for all of the children. Because of Christmas commercialization in the West, however, some famil... More »