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Patricia Webb Speaker Obituary

Patricia Webb Speaker, 89, passed away on Thanksgiving, November 28th, 2019.

Funeral mass will be 10:00am, Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 at Epiphany Catholic Church 914 Old Harrods Creek Road Louisville, KY 40223. Visitation will be 2:00 - 8:00pm, Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at Highlands Funeral Home, 3331 Taylorsville Rd.,Louisville, Ky 40205. Burial will be at Cave Hill Cemetery.

There will be No Morning Mass Tuesday, December 3rd.

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Anna Lois Belt Obituary 

Anna Lois Belt, 85, of Louisville, Kentucky, died Saturday, November 23, 2019, at Thornton Terrace Health Campus in Hanover, Indiana. 

Visitation will be 2:00 - 8:00pm on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at Newcomer Cremations, Funerals and Receptions, East Louisville Chapel, 235 Juneau Drive, Louisville, Kentucky (in Middletown). Mass of celebration will be 10:00am Wednesday, November 27th at Epiphany Catholic Church 914 Old Harrods Creek Road Louisville, KY 40223. Burial will follow in the Louisville Memorial Gardens East.

Memorial contributions may be made to the WHAS Crusade for Children. To leave a special message for the family, please visit www.Newcomerkentuckiana.com.

There will be No Morning Mass Wednesday, November 27th.

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Cindy Thompson Obituary 

Cindy Thompson, 80, passed away surrounded by her family on November 17th. 

A funeral Mass will be held at Epiphany Catholic Church 914 Old Harrods Creek Rd, Friday, November 22nd at 10:00am followed by a reception. Everyone is welcome to attend either one or both.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Animal Care Society (Westport rd).

There will be No Morning Mass Friday, November 22nd.

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“The Evangelizing Mission”

Join us January 19-21, 2020 for a three day faith-filled event!  “The Evangelizing Mission” by Fr. Frank DeSiano, CSP will be thought provoking, humorous, and engaging.  The evenings will include music, conversation, prayer and reflection.  This event is FREE and open to all!  You do not need to be a parishioner of Epiphany Catholic Church to attend.  Childcare is available upon request. To sign up [Click Here]





Make your own Advent Wreath!

Prepare for the Advent season with families and parishioners by making your own Advent wreath to take home December 1st from 3:00-5:00pm in the Community Center! All materials will be provided for wreaths, including candles, evergreen, and wreath molds. Other decorations you have are welcome. Please sign up by Sunday, November 24th so we may have plenty of supplies for all. Happy Advent! To sign up [Click Here]

For questions please see Tasha Gordon, tasha@epiphanycatholicchurch.org or by phone 502-245-9733 ext. 19.



2018-19 Annual Stewardship Report

This year, we are trying to conserve paper and reduce printing and postage expenses by e-mailing our 2018-19 Annual Stewardship Report.  Anyone who prefers a hard-copy of this report, may obtain one on the information table in the Connector.

To download the Annual Report [Click Here]

Thank you!




What is Family?

One of the goals from our Parish Discernment process under the category of Family Life, was to develop a project to explore and define what family means. In response to this, we will be creating and presenting “What is Family,” a video designed and edited here at Epiphany, starring our parish families. If you would be interested in participating in this video (single, married, widowed, friends, parent/child/grandchild, etc.) please let us know! While we would love to accommodate all families interested, there are only a limited number of spaces available. Please click the link below to sign up and Jordan Wheatley, our Communications Coordinator, will be in touch soon!

To sign up [Click Here]


Greg Tichenor's 2019 Jim Flynn Award Acceptance Speech

It is so humbling to be standing here to receive this award this evening. Thank you to everyone for being here to celebrate this occasion with me. As a few of you know, hearing the testimony from past award winners has been some of the most spiritually nourishing experiences I’ve had at Epiphany. The messages have inspired me to go forth and make a difference in this world through action and I hope my words today will inspire others to do the same... To read the rest of the speech [Click Here]



Lenten Sacrifice: A Short reflection

Lent has always been a time of prayerful reflection for me. As a single mom, there’s not a whole lot of quiet in my world, but during Lent somehow I force quiet into the hustle and bustle.  Recently, I’ve been reflecting on what my Lenten sacrifice will be.  I began talking with my daughter about Lent and Easter in the car last week. In traditional Lydia style, she started rambling on about everything she knows about Lent.  I could tell that the conversations from school were fresh on her mind.  When we reached the topic of Lenten sacrifices, she was quick to share with me, “Mommy, I’m going to give up blankie this year.”  “Wow, Lydia!  That’s a big sacrifice!  You sleep with blankie every night!”  She responds, “Mommy, Jesus gave up everything for me, surely I can give up blankie.” 

Isn’t it funny how children can put us in our place so quickly?  That sometimes children understand faith better than adults.

Seven years old and fully prepared to give up something deeply close to her heart, for the sake of our Lord.  Her decision to give up blankie made my thoughts of giving up sodas quite lame.  Perhaps we should think deeper this Lent.  Perhaps we should find our seven year old faith, and sacrifice accordingly.


Retreats: Why You Should Take Advantage of a Retreat

Stress: We all experience stress in our lives and find many ways to cope with it. Did you know, according to a study by the National Institute of Mental health, one-third of teens report feeling anxiety, while 62% of college students feel “overwhelming anxiety”, a survey states from the American College Health Association. Factors of stress often derive from conflict in relationships, classwork, and thinking about the future (what will I do after I graduate?). Our teens are busier than ever before!

Retreats are a wonderful opportunity to take time to escape for a short time from the loudness of our world, to grow in relationship with Christ and others in community, to listen prayerfully to God, and find peace and clarity. Let’s encourage our youth to dedicate time with our Lord, to release our worries, stress, and fears, and receive wisdom, peace, and Christ Himself through the various retreats that are coming up for our high school students and young adults. Need more information and registration forms? Contact Tasha Gordon at tasha@epiphanycatholicchurch.org or 502-245-9722 ex.19.

CHAOS Transformed Retreat - Who:Open to 9th-10th grade students - When: January 11-13th 2019 - Where: Mount Saint Francis, Indiana - Cost: $125 (Scholarships available through Epiphany Youth Ministry)

Together Encountering Christ Retreat - Who: Juniors & Seniors in High School, and young adults ages 18-25 - When: February 16-18th, 2019 - Where: Flaget Center, Louisville - Cost: $125  (Scholarships available through Epiphany Youth Ministry)

Christian Awakening Retreat - Who: 11th-12th grade youth - When: March 15-17th, 2019 - Where: Flaget Center, Louisville - Cost: $125  (Scholarships available through Epiphany Youth Ministry)





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