Sacraments

Adult Catechumenate

The Order of Christian Initiation of Adults is an ongoing process through which a person becomes a member of the Roman Catholic Church. Anyone interested in this process or simply curious about our faith tradition is invited to participate in our regularly scheduled sessions. Sponsors and spiritual companions are needed to accompany those in this process, which is a wonderful way to re-inform and reinvigorate a “cradle-Catholic's” faith. More information can be obtained by calling Barb Herzog 245-9733 x13.

Adult Confirmation

Adults wishing to complete their initiation into the Roman Catholic Church are invited to participate in a six-week program. Offered each semester, the program is open to participants from any parish in the region. Contact Barb Herzog 245-9733 x19.

Infant Baptism

Baptism is celebrated approximately every two-three months at weekend liturgies. Preparation classes for parents and sponsors are required before administration of the sacrament. Contact Jim Read for more information, 245-9733 x 19.

This sacrament of spiritual healing is celebrated communally during various times of the year. Specific dates are published in the bulletin. Other opportunities for personal reconciliation are offered seasonally and by appointment (Fr. Randy), 245-9733

Youth Confirmation

Youth confirmation is a one-year process beginning in the fall of the 9th grade and concluding on Pentecost in the Spring of 9th grade. For questions, or to help, contact the Parish Office, 502-245-9733.

Anyone who wishes to be married at Epiphany must either be a dependent child of a registered family or be a registered member of the parish. This registration must have taken place at least three months prior to the request for marriage.

Anointing of the Sick

Any parish member suffering from a serious physical, mental emotional or spiritual illness may receive this sacrament, offered communally twice a year and individually as needed. More information may be obtained by calling 245-9733.

Anointing of the Sick  is also offered at daily (Tuesday through Friday) liturgies, 8:30 AM Mass in the Worship Center. Any parish member suffering from a serious physical or emotional illness may receive this sacrament by calling Julie at Epiphany’s office.

Although the celebration of a funeral is not a specific sacrament, it is an important event and more detailed information about funerals and planning is available on this website. [Click here] for more information.