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2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Epiphany Family,  Let us pray in a special way for our country after a contentious election, the disturbing events of January 6th, and the inauguration of a new president to come on January 20th. We place our trust in Jesus and His Kingdom but we also pray that our nation’s government and citizens work […]

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During this pandemic and many of us being stuck at home, we could use the prayers of a hermit! St. Paul the Hermit... pray for our patience... and GET US OUTTA HERE!

During this pandemic and many of us being stuck at home, we could use the prayers of a hermit! St. Paul the Hermit... pray for our patience... and GET US OUTTA HERE!Happy Feast Day
Saint Paul the Hermit
227-342
Feast day: January 15
Patronage: basket weavers, clothing industry, hermits, weavers
Saint Paul the Hermit, also called Paul of Thebes, a well educated Egyptian, was the first Christian hermit, embracing the life of solitude and penance. He fled to the desert to circumvent the Christian persecution of Decius and from plans of his brother to report him to authorities to gain control of his property. Paul lived as a vegetarian, using the leaves of a Palm tree for clothing. It’s said that a raven supplied him with bread. St. Anthony of Egypt was good friends with him and buried him, wrapped in a cloak given by St. Athanasius. St. Jerome wrote his biography.
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There’s still time to submit your artwork to Creating on the Margins! This year’s theme is “Rebuilding together at the Margins.” https://www.usccb.org/committees/catholic-campaign-human-development/creating-margins

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Happy Feast Day
St. Hilary of Poitiers
Doctor of the Church
315-368
Feast day: January 13 (New), January 14 (Trad)
Patronage: Against rheumatism, snake bites, mothers, awkward children, the sick, Vervio, Italy, LaRochelle, France
Saint Hilary was born into a wealthy, pagan family, and educated in philosophy and rhetoric. He believed people should rise above their desires and live a life of virtue. This leads him to search for truth, where he “read” himself into the faith through the Gospels. There he found the confirmation of the one true God and our purpose of life, eternity. He was elected Bishop after his conversion, only soon to be exiled by the Arians. This gave him time to research and write on the Trinity and the nature of God, refuting the Arian Heresy. He was the first to compose hymns based on Scripture.
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