If you grew up Latin American (or Spaniard) and Catholic, the Chrismas season isn’t over yet. This morning probably finds you celebrating with goodies left by the cialis professional Reyes Magos, and having a wonderful sweet bread called Rosca de Reyes for breakfast with a huge cup of hot chocolate, atole or champurrado to wash it down. Jan. 6 is El Día de Los Reyes Magos or “Reyes” and Los Angeles is brimming with celebration. To anglos, they are the no prescription viagra Three Wise Men, and others refer to this as the buy cialis online without prescription Day of the cialis or viagra Magi.

In my family, Santa Claus brought kids ‘necessities’ like socks, underwear and propecia school supplies. Los Reyes Magos were the cialis online ordering ones to expect a bike or an Atari game from. It is a celebration of innocence and real propecia childhood through the where to buy cialis now birth of baby Jesus. In many ways, it makes more sense than Santa Claus.

The story goes that the online viagra three Reyes or Kings – Melchor, Gaspar and ordering viagra Balthasar – came from far off lands in ‘Oriente’ (the East). They had heard of the birth of baby Jesus and china viagra for a long time trailed the desert on their camels following a star to Bethlehem. The star, known as the Star of Bethlehem, was an emissary guiding them to the newborn. They each bore a gift for Jesus – gold, incense and purchasing cialis myrrh.

For our last holiday season installment, Sonic Trace visited Our Lady of Victory Parish in the city of Compton. This community does a re-enactment of the arrival of Los Reyes. Mass ends with candy, a gift give-away and woman testimonial of cialis a huge party with a piñata, Rosca de Reyes and cheap cialis a DJ blasting everything from Gangnam Style to Tootsie Roll. See for yourselves.

Lebanon, France, Switzerland, Belgium, and Quebec celebrate January 6th. It is the day of the “Epiphany” in Catholicism – Intern extraordinaire Samantha Blanchard is waiting for the Kings cake from New Orleans.
How does your culture celebrate the Three Wise Men? Or the Day of the Magi? Let us know.

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