A lively group of community members over age 55 and over. They lead exciting personal lives, and this carries over into their monthly meetings, social activities and excursions. They also provide a “prayer chain” for special needs.
The Sages General Membership Meeting on Sunday, May 18, 2014 (following 11:30 AM Mass) will feature Mr. Stephen Allten Brown of Louisville. Mr. Brown graduated magna cum laude, General Honors from the University of New Mexico in 1994. He has written several novels, the latest Blood on the Trail, and previously A Promised Moon.
Mark your calendars! Back by popular demand, Deb Dillon, founder of Living Smart Software, will again present "Living Smart" on Sunday, March 9, 2014 from 3:00-6:00 PM in the Community Center. Deb will share her personal experiences about those things that need to be addressed before the “unexpected” arises. Your “bucket list” should include things like “In an emergency, who knows where to find my important documents? Who will look after my pet? Where are my house keys?” and so much more.
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.
What: Sages Day Of Reflection When: October 19, 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM Where: The Lighthouse Presenter: Deacon Lucio Caruso
A Sages Day Of Reflection will be held on Saturday, October 19, from 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM at the Lighthouse. Deacon Lucio Caruso will present "The Gift of Years: Eldering Gracefully!", covering such topics as
"How do we cherish the blessings of a gene and overcome its challenges?" and
"The gift of these years is not merely being alive, it is the gift of becoming more fully alive than ever!!"
More than 40 “Sages and friends” left the Epiphany parking lot on Monday, June 10, for a five day excursion to Chicago. We left on a brand new Mercedes bus, cruising up I-65 for the Windy City. Our cruising ended abruptly with an electronic malfunction north of Indy, to be resumed more than three hours later on another bus. While somewhat of a setback, we made it to Chicago in time for a wonderful dinner at the Village Tavern and Grill in Schaumburg, Illinois, where we also would be staying while visiting downtown Chicago.
It was a cool and rainy day when Epiphany’s Sages, “like a band of gypsies goin’ down the highway,” set out on yet another major adventure – this time to San Antonio, Texas. As usual, camaraderie abounded – lots of chatter, laughter, games, movies, magazine and newspaper sharing to break any possible monotony (like we’d ever let THAT happen). Primarily, our six “first-timers” and 41 “seasoned” travelers were looking forward to the sun, warmth, and excitement of the Lone Star State!
Our first overnight stop (in Southaven, MS) afforded us an opportunity to attend Saturday evening Mass at Christ the King Church, still adorned for the Easter season, and to witness a young Hispanic girl’s Quinceanera, or “coming of age”. What a moving experience!