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What a wonderful Catechetical Sunday. Thanks and blessings to all our Teachers and helpers. And an extra treat to have Fr Chris Bohnsak for the homily & con-celebrating at the 11:30 mass. Our youth Chior added a beauty to our music ministry.Image attachmentImage attachment

What a wonderful Catechetical Sunday. Thanks and blessings to all our Teachers and helpers. And an extra treat to have Fr Chris Bohnsak for the homily & con-celebrating at the 11:30 mass. Our youth Chior added a beauty to our music ministry. ... See MoreSee Less

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These are great pictures of very hard working people

It was a great day.

Grt pics

❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻

We are on our way back home. Beautiful experience. Breathtaking! Had a wonderful time and enjoyed every bit of our time with our St. Anthony Society parishioners! - Your pastor Fr. Gilbert ... See MoreSee Less

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I am so happy that you all had the chance to go. Be safe returning home

Great time 🇺🇸

Had a very good time with very good people💕

Where did you all go to. I bett it was fun times.

Safe travels

Safe travels.

East bound and down

Are you going to be driving buses now? 🤣😂

Do you have a CDL Fr. Gil ???

Gilbert Mascarenhas --You were their driver??? That's scary😱

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Fr. Gilbert and St. Anthony Society parishioners on a their Pennsylvania trip. Day 1 & 2. Looks like you are having a great time! ... See MoreSee Less

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Enjoy the Jesus show, it was wonderful when we were there

What a great group of friends. I wish we could have gone but the Reqiuem practice comes first

We are having a very good time!!

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Parishioner, Adrian Zapata, underwent surgery for brain cancer 2 years ago. Now a cancer survivor, Adrian and his family are in a promotional video for Make-a-Wish. Just last night, their family was acknowledged at a gala for Promedica and Make-a-Wish.

During his treatment, another wish came true and Adrian prepared for his sacraments. In spring of 2018, he made First Holy Communion and Confirmation at Epiphany of the Lord. Adrian and his parents, Josh and Veronica Sinift, have made faith a priority in dealing with their difficult journey. You can hear them mention faith and praying in this video.

Take time to pray for all those battling cancer and their families. Pray for continued health for those in remission from cancer.

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Prayers for continued health and for others battling serious health issues.

Good for you

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Thanks to our catechists who came out today to prep their classrooms for the upcoming Religious Education year. Teen catechist, Izzy Duvendack, even prepped the 4th/5th grade grade room after helping her mom in their 2nd grade classroom.

Everyone is very excited about the new curricula we're using this year. 1st-5th grades will use Discover! by St. Mary's Press while 6th-8th grades will use Catholic Connections by the same publisher.

The 4th/5th grade and 7th grade rooms are still waiting for lead catechists. Kathy Fech will be calling some parishioners in the days ahead to help them discern if this ministry is right for them. Maybe God is nudging you and you have been hesitant to volunteer. Regardless, please consider contacting Kathy today to see about helping!
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Do you have a 2nd or 8th grader preparing for First Holy Communion or Confirmation? Don't forget that Sacramental Preparation meetings are either today (Sunday, 1 PM) or Tuesday (6:30 PM). Meetings are in the St. Thomas Aquinas Church Hall.

These meetings are mandatory and both the child and student must be present. No makeup sessions will be offered so don't miss out! Please contact Kathy Fech at kfech@epiphanyofthelord.org or 419-698-1519 ext. 202 with questions or concerns.

Kathy and Fr. Melwin look forward to getting to know your family during this important time in your child's faith journey.
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Epiphany of the Lord Parish, Toledo
We have many Cardinal Stritch alumni and families in our parish. Consider supporting our deanery school and ordering some great gear in the meantime. They also make great gifts for your parish priests! 

Contact parishioner, Jenny Wasserman, with questions.Image attachmentImage attachment

We have many Cardinal Stritch alumni and families in our parish. Consider supporting our deanery school and ordering some great gear in the meantime. They also make great gifts for your parish priests!

Contact parishioner, Jenny Wasserman, with questions.
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Congratulations to Epiphany of the Lord Parish for winning the 24th Annual Birmingham Waiters Race for the third year in a row! Well done guys! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations!

Congrats

Woo-hoo! Way to make your parish proud!! Congratulations!!

Congrats!!!

Congratulations!!

We will try harder next year!!!

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Do you or a family member need to register for the parish? Are you interested in volunteering as a lector or training as an altar server? Need to drop off your child's Religious Education registration? Still need help downloading the parish app? Have questions about enrolling your child at Cardinal Stritch?

You can do all those things and more tomorrow during the Birmingham Ethnic Festival!! Simply stop by our new Evangelization Booth on the lawn of the parish rectory!! The booth will be manned from 1-5 pm while tours of St. Stephen are going on. We look forward to serving your needs!
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Please come everyone!!🌈

Alleluiah

Today, our parish staff gathered to nourish their souls, minds, and bodies. First, we had a Mass where we celebrated the Feast of St. Stephen of Hungary- one of our churchs namesakes. Fr. Gilbert invited the staff to offer up our petitions and, during the Liturgy of the Eucharist, encouraged us to offer to God our gifts and talents as well as our hurts and struggles. By beginning our day with the Holy Mass we were spiritually ready to do our work.

After Mass was a meeting of the minds for our monthly staff meeting. While we had already broken bread together in the Holy Eucharist, we ended the meeting with a community lunch.

Please pray for all of us as we collaborate to use our talents to serve the parish and community!Image attachmentImage attachment

Today, our parish staff gathered to nourish their souls, minds, and bodies. First, we had a Mass where we celebrated the Feast of St. Stephen of Hungary- one of our church's namesakes. Fr. Gilbert invited the staff to offer up our petitions and, during the Liturgy of the Eucharist, encouraged us to offer to God our gifts and talents as well as our hurts and struggles. By beginning our day with the Holy Mass we were spiritually ready to do our work.

After Mass was a "meeting of the minds" for our monthly staff meeting. While we had already broken bread together in the Holy Eucharist, we ended the meeting with a community lunch.

Please pray for all of us as we collaborate to use our talents to serve the parish and community!
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Happy Feast Day to the staff of Epiphany of the Lord!! May God continue to bless you all as well as our parish family💕

Is this weekend the Birmingham fest?

Would love to come to mass if it is in Hungarian

Blessed Memorial of Saint Stephen of Hungary!

“Be humble in this life, that God may raise you up in the next. Be truly moderate and do not punish or condemn anyone immoderately. Be gentle, so that you may never oppose justice. Be honourable, so that you may never voluntarily bring disgrace upon anyone. Be chaste, so that you may avoid all the foulness of lust like the pangs of death.”

Grant your Church, we pray, almighty God, that she may have Saint Stephen of Hungary, who fostered her growth while a king on earth, as her glorious defender in heaven. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Blessed Memorial of Saint Stephen of Hungary!

“Be humble in this life, that God may raise you up in the next. Be truly moderate and do not punish or condemn anyone immoderately. Be gentle, so that you may never oppose justice. Be honourable, so that you may never voluntarily bring disgrace upon anyone. Be chaste, so that you may avoid all the foulness of lust like the pangs of death.”

Grant your Church, we pray, almighty God, that she may have Saint Stephen of Hungary, who fostered her growth while a king on earth, as her glorious defender in heaven. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
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Very thankful for St. Stephen bringing Christianity to the Magyar people.

Grandmas Church

Amen 🙏

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