Events for March 6-7

  • Please join the Community Care Ministries as they facilitate Stations of the Cross on March 6th from 6:30-7:30 pm in the Worship Center. We will be focusing on stations: 4-Jesus meets his mother; 5-Simon helps carry the cross and 6-Veronica wipes Jesus’ face. Our theme will be healing for the three stations as perspective of those who are struggling in mind, body or spirit.

Women's Retreat - March 21

What do Saint Teresa of Avila, Castles, Women, and Retreat have in common? The answer is: A Journey to Mature Discipleship with St. Teresa of Avila, aka Region VII’s women’s retreat! You won’t want to miss this opportunity facilitated by Lucio Caruso! Conveniently, the retreat will be held at Epiphany. Meet everyone on Saturday, March 21 at the Lighthouse (Youth Center) at 9:00 am for a continental breakfast. The retreat will begin at 9:30 am and end at 3:00 pm. There is a lunch fee of $20.00.

Lucio has a great love for St. Teresa. And for the Catholic Faith tradition. Add to that his personality, and we’re blessed with a winning combination! He is an amazing, energetic, and engaging presenter – just ask anyone participating in this semester’s Tuesday evening Revelation study Lucio is leading. You can also ask participants of the Wednesday What Do Catholics Believe About series since he substituted one day this semester. He was so absorbing that the group stayed an hour longer than scheduled!

The writings of St. Teresa of Avila, a women of the 1500’s, have been a firm part of Catholics’ rich spiritual tradition for centuries. Her time in the convent included her struggles with the reality that people were often judged by material possessions, finding moments for quiet reflection, and dealing with her severe illness. All proved formative for the young women. So much so that she was named a Doctor of the Church!

Register by calling Epiphany at 245-9733 by Tuesday, March 17th.
 

Men of Epiphany present - Mother Theresa: Crisis of Faith - March 8

Reflections on Sunday's Mass: March 8, 2009

March 8 is the Second Sunday of Lent. The first reading gives us a look at the seemingly cruel and tragic story of Abraham, who is told to “Take your son for a sacrifice.” As we hear in the story, we understand that God does not want the life of Isaac, just a complete surrender in faith from Abraham.

"A Powerful Noise" Documentary

An acclaimed documentary called "A Powerful Noise" is being shown nationally this Thursday evening (March 5, 2009) in honor of International Women's Day, March 8.

March 2009 Epigram available

The March 2009 Epigram (parish newsletter) is now available in the Publications / Epigram section.

Honduras mission 2009

Epiphany Action Plan

Renewing Hope in Our Lives: Region 7 Pastoral Care

A DAY OF REFLECTION FOR REGION SEVEN FOR PASTORAL CARE
Saturday, Feb 7th from 8:45am-3pm
Location: St. Margaret Mary (click for map)
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This day of reflection will focus on hope and how we can renew that hope in our daily lives.  The day will be facilitated by Denise Ruiz. This event is open to anyone, but especially to those involved with pastoral care and care giving. Registration REQUIRED BY FEB. 2. Contact Pamela Lynch for details.

Denise Bedard Ruiz is formerly the Consultant for Spiritual Formation for the Archdiocese of Louisville.  In that position she oversaw its spiritual direction training program and provided supervision for those in pastoral care ministry. Previous experience includes directing the Office of Justice and Peace for the Diocese of Dallas, and was CEO of a not-for-profit intervention program for youth in San Antonio. Following the completion of her Masters at Harvard Divinity School, she had the privilege of volunteering for the Jesuit International Volunteers for which she served two years in Belize, Central America.

Honduras 2009 Mission

A mission…a pilgrimage…an encounter…solidarity….in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

On February 21, twelve missioners representing Epiphany and other faith congregations will journey to Tegucigalpa, the capitol of Honduras.  There, in a marginal community in the second poorest country in our hemisphere, we will work with the Catholic community of Divine Mercy to help them to realize their community plans and dreams.

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