Epiphany Recipes: Timothy's White Chicken Chili

White Chicken ChiliThis is the next in an ongoing series of tasty recipes from the parish of Epiphany.

Here's a staff favorite chili recipe from a long ago downtown restaurant.

Timothy's White Chicken Chili

  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 medium onions, chopped
  • 1 Tablespoon oil
Ministry: Parish Recipes

Christmas Season Schedule 2011-2012

Epiphany’s O Antiphons

WisdomAdonaiOnce upon a long time ago, in an early year of our community’s life, Fr Jim Flynn and Fr Herb Lattis were co-pastoring Epiphany. The community already had its worship center and already had myriad committees. Banners? Not so many.

One mid-summer morning, (think ahead, church!) Fr Flynn asked Lee Graham and Mary Lee Fischer, both active on the Art Committee and on the Liturgy Committee, to design a set of O Antiphon banners for Advent. “Say what?” they wondered. “What’s an O Antiphon?”

Ministry: Worship

Reflections on Sunday’s Readings: January 1, 2012

Mary and ChildCHRISTMAS Season 2011-12

Wishing you and your loved ones every blessing.
May peace come to birth among us!

As the world ushers in a new year we gather to reflect more deeply on the mysteries of God’s ways among us, revealed in the coming of Christ into our world. Today we celebrate the end of the first week of Christmas by honoring Mary, the Mother of God, who reflected deeply on the wonder God revealed to her through the birth of her son. We too are a people to whom God is revealed in humble and concrete ways. We are invited to look back on the past as a way of moving forward into the future. God, who has blest us in the past, is the same God who will bless us in the future. How do we share the blessings we receive? How can each of us bring the love and peace of God to the world?

Reflections on Sunday’s Readings: December 25, 2011

CHRISTMAS 2011: Wishing you and your loved ones every blessing.

ChristmasMay peace come to birth among us! Here in our midst comes the hoped-for promise;
Here comes the unfolding mystery of God among us.
The world is again made new.
We are challenged to be born again;
to become like wide-eyed children,
witnessing life for the first time.
Come, let us worship our God,
who has come in our flesh.

May we, too, embody the Spirit of God
and bring love and peace to our world.

Browsing Catholic Media

MediaWiden your ability to access great Catholic videos and DVD’s as well as books.

Since Epiphany is a member of the Archdiocesan Media Center, we have access to a courier service to pick up and drop off desired materials.

Click here to access a listing of the Media Center Catalog.

Ministry: Adult Formation

Obituary for Lucile Barrickman

LucilleLucile Barrickman, 93, of Louisville, passed away on Monday, December 12, 2011 at Baptist Hospital East.

She was the former Lucile Smith. Lucile was a bookkeeper for Huber and Huber Trucking Company and retired a teacher's aide for the Jefferson County Public School System.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Barrickman.

Surviving is her son, David Barrickman; stepsons, Eddie Barrickman (Gladys) and Terry Barrickman (Ella); step-grandchildren, Rader Barrickman, Wendy Barrickman and Holly Goodaker; and two step-great-grandchildren.

Ministry: Bereavement

Reflections on Sunday’s Readings: December 17-18, 2011

MaryADVENT 2011: CHOOSING TO INCARNATE PEACE

Fourth Sunday of Advent: EMBODIMENT…Today’s scriptures reveal a God who makes a home with us, One who takes on our very humanity to love us more completely. Like Mary, it’s up to us to prepare the way -- for God to make a home in our hearts and lives. How is the presence of Christ becoming real in you? How can we, the body of Christ, become peace for the world?

Readings for this Sunday:

  • 2 Sam 7: 1-5. 8-14. Nothing we can do for God can ever surpasses what God does for us—and our ways are not God’s ways.
  • Rm 16: 25-27. The Gospel reveals the mystery hidden for long ages.
  • Lk 1: 26-38. The Word is made flesh by God’s initiative... nothing is impossible for God.

Death Penalty: A Pro-Life Issue

Death PenaltyDeath Penalty Opponents:

Please consider helping with a short-term campaign to find support for legislation that would exclude execution as a punishment for defendants whom the court determines are severely mentally ill.

It’s simply a matter of signing a postcard—and asking a few friends to do the same.

Call the office if you can help! And for compelling news items, videos and personal stories, visit the Kentucky Coalition Against the Death Penalty website.

Epiphany Recipes: Oatmeal Toffee Cookies

Oatmeal TOffee Cookies

This is the next in an ongoing series of tasty recipes from the parish of Epiphany.

I don't often make sweets for the staff but when I make these for a rare 2 o'clock snack, they love to eat them straight from the oven.

Oatmeal Toffee Cookies from Hershey’s recipes.

Makes about 4 dozen cookies

Ingredients

  • 1 cup (2 sticks) butter or margarine, softened
  • 2 cups packed light brown sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1-3/4 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3 cups quick-cooking oats
  • 1-1/3 cups (8 oz. pkg.) Heath Bits O'Brickle Toffee Bits or Heath English Toffee Bits
  • 1 cup Mounds Sweetened Coconut Flakes (optional - but never for me!)
Ministry: Parish Recipes

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