Construction Safety Update

ConstructionEven though the yellow tape and barricades have been up for some time, reminding everyone that this area is off-limits due to construction, we are issuing an additional warning: you may enter this area only with permission and with hard hats.

Ministry: Administration

Reflections on Sunday’s Readings: March 2, 2014

Easter LilyThis is the Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Trust in God and dependence upon God are qualities a disciple of Christ needs. The responsorial psalm (Ps. 62) speaks to this reality: God is my rock and my salvation (vs 6-7). Each of us are very precious in the eyes of God and our scripture authors convey that in their writings.

Readings for this Sunday:

Anointing of the Sick

Anointing of Sick“Is any among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord and the prayer of faith will save the sick person, and the Lord will raise him up. If he has committed any sins, they will be forgiven. (James 5:14 - 15)

Reminder: The sacrament of the Anointing Of The Sick is available to anyone experiencing infirmity due to serious or chronic illness, accident, or age is invited to receive this sacrament as a support during your difficult time.

An invitation to join the Parish Pastoral Council from Bill Carlisle

PPCThe following personal invitation was given after mass on the weekend of February 8-9, 2014.

My name is Bill Carlisle and have been a member of the PPC for about 1½ years.

After 60 something years of being a Catholic I finally have found why I am like St. Paul: "I stand before you in fear and trembling!"

I would like to say I had a really interesting discernment process, but I didn't. I am the Chair of the Stewardship committee. When asked if I would take this position I said yes. Then was told "Oh by the way... you will be on the PPC too!" I have enjoyed my time on the council, and have connected with some very GREAT people.

Reflections on Sunday’s Readings: February 23, 2014

Jesus and childThis is the Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time. Leviticus, the third book of the bible, named for the tribe of Levi from which the Israelite priests came, has two basic sections. Today’s readings come from the second, the portion that instructs the people of Israel how God wants them to live their lives - to be holy. (The first portion, Lev 1-16:34, instructs the priests.) The Lord tells Moses to tell the whole people “Be holy, for I, the Lord, your God, am holy.”

God must have known that, not unlike us, many Israelites would say, “This is too hard” and “I can’t be like God.” But instead of lessening the command, God explains it. “Though you may have to reprove your fellow citizen, do not incur sin because of him [sic]….Take no revenge and cherish no grudge” God ends with what Jesus knew to be the 2nd greatest commandment: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”

Call for New Members for Epiphany’s Parish Pastoral Council (PPC)

PPCWe are looking for nominees for the selection process for the Parish Pastoral Council. Is God calling you or someone you know to this special ministry for our parish?

If you would like to nominate someone, or yourself, please [click here] for an online nomination form.

Nominations will be accepted through March 16, 2014.

Tea Cups Needed for Women’s Retreat

Tea cupsTea cups are needed for the women’s retreat to be held at Epiphany on Saturday, March. 29, 2014.

Want to recycle (not lend) your odd tea-cup with matching saucer? Please bring it to the Office for the Women’s Retreat.

Ministry: Adult Formation

Obituary for Dotty Aulbach

Dotty AulbachDorothy Morgen Aulbach, 82, of Louisville, passed away on February 11 at Sacred Heart Village.

Dotty was born on September 29, 1931 in Louisville and lived here all her life. She was raised in the Catholic faith and attended Holy Spirit School and Ursuline Academy. She was happily married to Paul for over 40 years until his death in 1997. They were longtime members of the Church of the Epiphany.

Ministry: Bereavement

6th Grade visit to the Sister Visitor Center


We walked into an older building and went upstairs and all of the 6th graders sat at two long tables. We were introduced to Sister Shelly and she told us all about the history of the Sister Visitor Center. She said that the first time the Sister Visitor took place was in a janitor’s closet in a school. After she talked us through the trip we went downstairs.

We went downstairs and we saw the room with all the food and outfits. Sister Shelly told us that people used to come once a month to get outfits but then the people started to waste the outfits. They did this because they knew that they would get new ones.

You are Invited to a Day at Horseshoe Casino

HorseshoeWhat: Sages Day at Horseshoe Casino

When: Monday, March 10, 2014

Departure: 9:45 AM

Return: 5:00 PM

Cost: Free (Buffet is $8.00)

Bus leaves Epiphany parking lot at 9:45 AM, and returns at 5:00 PM. Cost: free! Trip includes: $5/person game token and $15/person meal voucher to use towards the buffet or in the Café. You may need to pay about $8/person towards the buffet. Call Suzanne Mosley, 245-0193, to reserve a seat.

Ministry: Epiphany Sages