Angels of Epiphany take the mound...

Softball season start this Friday, May 15! Angels of Epiphany play the Peabody Ducks at 6:30 p m on St. Pius X diamond. St. Pius X is on 3521 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, KY 40220. Below is the season’s schedule. Come and cheer for the team whenever you can! Everyone is at least 30 years old so it’s been a long time since some of the team have played. (Long, long, long… for others!) So we’ll take all the support we can get!

Wanted: couches, game tables, games

Have an extra couch sitting around?

Youth Group has several gently used couches, and some “more than gently used” game tables, and games in the Lighthouse. If you have any that you are looking to get rid of in Spring Cleaning, we would gladly accept any donations. We will even pick them up from your house!

Thank you for your support of the Youth Group!

Neophyte Witness: Kaye

The following is a Witness account of an Epiphany Neophyte, Kaye, baptised on Easter in 2009.  These are her words.

First off I have to say thank you to my sister-in-law Kristen Gallagher. I was holding off on signing up for RCIA after a suggestion by candidate Jenny Napier, knowing the meetings were on Wednesday nights. I had a pretty good excuse in that Wednesday nights are “mental health nights” for my husband Sean in escaping from work playing soccer at Mockingbird. But when I mentioned it to Kristen, she said she’d be glad to keep Fiona and Brendan for me.

Reflections on Sunday's Mass: May 10, 2009

This is the 5th Sunday of Easter, and Mother’s Day.

God prunes from us whatever does not give life, and nourishes within us whatever does. “Remaining” in Jesus means growing, changing, and bearing fruit. The Spirit brings the fruit of discipleship to life in the beloved community. Are we letting God “tend” our hearts and lives?

Signup for Bibletimes Marketplace

When: Sunday, May 10th, between masses
Where: Epiphany campus

Bibletimes Marketplace is an ecumenical, exciting concept of Bible School. Children from Epiphany, Anchorage Presbyterian, and St. Luke’s Episcopal churches gather during a week in July (13-17) to meet with old friends and make new ones.

Bloodmobile / volunteers needed!

When: Monday, May 18, 2009, 2-7pm
Where: Epiphany

The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at Epiphany on Mon., May 18, 2-7pm. Sign ups for donors and volunteers will be May 9th and 10th, and May 16th and 17th. 

Consider giving the gift of life!

May 2009 Epigram available

Neophyte Witness: Michael

The following is a Witness account of an Epiphany Neophyte, Michael, baptised on Easter in 2009.  These are his words.

My name is Michael Medley, I am 16 years old and I go to St. X. I was baptized last week. I was helped to get started in the RCIA process by watching my brother Sam go through the process several years ago, as well as by the religion classes in my school, I also had a kick in the butt from my parents.

Loaves and Fishes – Epiphany Style

The Community Café aka Community Bucket Café opens this Sunday, May 3rd between the 9:00 and 11:30 liturgies. Stewardship Committee members (along with spouses and friends) will cheerfully serve you your choice of regular or decaf coffee and offer you a variety of teas.

6th Grade Formation Class Social Justice Project

This year your 6th graders decided to take on the F.O.C.A. bill, that President Obama said he would sign if it is passed. F.O.C.A. is the “Freedom of Choice Act” bill that would allow government, our government, to fund and regulate the facilities and staff that perform abortions.

The 6th grade class presented their side of the issue on April 19. They have been researching since December. We had a good turn-out of parishioners to hear their persentations.