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 […]

Baptism of the Lord

Dear Epiphany Family,  Do you know the date of your baptism? A few years ago Pope Francis encouraged us to remember and celebrate the anniversaries of our baptisms. Baptism is the day of our rebirth and our new life in Christ, becoming members of His Body and temples of the Holy Spirit. This is our […]

Epiphany of the Lord

Dear Epiphany Family,  Happy and Blessed New Year! We have all been eager to put 2020 behind us. What a blessing it is to celebrate our parish feast day, The Epiphany of Our Lord, to start the new year! While our parish was formed from the beautiful traditions and heritage of the previous parishes of […]

Merry Christmas

Dear Epiphany Family,  Merry Christmas!!! While we have all had such a challenging year, yet the astounding, awesome, and unthinkable feast of Christmas is here. God the Son takes on human flesh in the person of Jesus Christ. The Word is not only made flesh (the incarnation) and enters into our world, but that first […]

“Gaudete” Sunday – 3rd Sunday of Advent

Dear Epiphany Family,  This “Gaudete” Sunday invites us to rejoice – “Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say rejoice. Indeed the Lord is near” (Philippians 4:4-5). It has not been as easy to rejoice in a year of challenges but the One who makes all things new is ever nearer, always entering into the […]

2nd Sunday of Advent

Dear Epiphany Family,  Next Saturday, December 12th, our 4pm Saturday vigil Mass will move from our St. Stephen campus to our Sacred Heart campus to better accommodate our celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe. While we will be celebrating the third Sunday of Advent, we will still give thanks for our Lady’s special appearance in […]

Happy Thanksgiving • 1st Sunday of Advent

Dear Epiphany Family,To put it mildly it has been a crazy year. Yet with the Thanksgiving holiday weekend upon us we can turn our minds and hearts back to the One who has given us everything and still continues to provide for us. God has blessed us in so many ways but it is usually […]

Christ the King

Dear Epiphany Family,  On this Sunday, the last of the liturgical/Church year, we celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the King. In the crazy times we live in it helps us to refocus our minds, hearts, and the whole of our lives on Jesus as our king. Pope Pius XI instituted the feast in 1925 helping […]

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Epiphany Family,  We are halfway through the month of November which is dedicated to the Holy Souls in purgatory. The weekend of October 31st-November 1st (the Feast of All Saints) we remembered in prayer the deceased of our parish over the past year. We give thanks to God for how they have blessed us […]

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Epiphany Family,  I write just two days before the election. By the time you are reading this presumably we will know its results. We have all unfortunately seen the great contention, division, and polarization of this election season. The Church has urged us to form our consciences according to her teachings, which we hold […]

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