Tribus miraculis ("For these three miracles so wondrous") is the Magnificat antiphon at Second Vespers of the Feast of the Epiphany.
The three miracles referred to are:
- The visit of the Magi (Jan. 6)
- The baptism in Jordan (currently given its own feast, previously particularly referenced on the Octave Day of the Epiphany)
- The marriage feast of Cana (in recent lectionaries read on Ordinary Time 2, paralleling the older provision for Epiphany II)
All three are regarded as various manifestations (or Epiphanies) of Jesus' divinity.
Other settings possibly not included in the manual list above
- Eliseo Ghibel — Tribus miraculis
Text and translations
Tribus miraculis ornatum, diem sanctum colimus:
Wir verehren diesen heiligen Tag, geschmückt mit drei Wundern:
We observe this holy day, ornamented with three miracles: