Welcome to Epiphany!

 

Don’t forget! 

Stewardship Commitment Weekend is this weekend!  Come to one of our “Soup-er” Stewardship socials after Mass Saturday 5:30 & Sunday 11:30. 

Sunday morning 9am Mass goers will enjoy a “Waffle-LOT” of Commitment breakfast social after Mass.  See you there!

 

 

 

 

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Obituary for Teresa June Thompson

Teresa June Thompson, age 52 of Louisville, passed away on Thursday, October 11, 2018. 

A funeral Mass will be held on 11:00am Tuesday, October 16th at Epiphany Catholic Church. 914 Old Harrods Creek Road, Louisville Ky 40229.

There will be no daily Mass this day.

Visitation will be 9:00 - 11:00am Tuesday, October 16th at Epiphany Catholic Church.

Memorials may be made to Kentucky Humane Society. 

There will be no daily Mass Tuesday, October 16, 2018.

To read the full obituary [Click Here]

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Obituary for Ralph Younker

Ralph Younker, 73, of Louisville, KY, passed away October 6th, 2018, surrounded by his family.

A funeral Mass will be held on 10:00am Wednesday, October 10th at Epiphany Catholic Church. There will be no daily Mass this day.

Visitation will be 4:00 - 8:00pm Tuesday, October 9th Ratterman Funeral Home, 12900 Shelbyville Road, East Louisville. 

Expressions of sympathy in lieu of flowers may be made to Hosparus of Louisville.

There will be no daily Mass Wednesday, October 10, 2018.

To read the full obituary [Click Here]

 

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We will be launching our Parish App this weekend!

There will be a table set up after every Mass for those who might need help downloading the app! If you want to download the app  now just [Click Here]. Once you have the app downloaded just search for "Epiphany Parish" and favorite us for all the up-to-date Parish news!

 

 

 

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Obituary for Mary Lee Green

Mary Lee Green of Louisville - 87, passed away Monday, September 24, 2018 surrounded by her loving family.

A funeral mass will be held on Friday, September 28th at 11:00 am at Epiphany Catholic Church located at 914 Old Harrods Creek Road, 40223; with burial to follow in Calvary Cemetery. There will be no daily Mass this day.

Visitation will be held Thursday, September 27th from 2:00 - 8:00 pm, at Highlands Funeral Home located at 3331 Taylorsville Road 40205. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Healing Place.

There will be no daily Mass Friday, September 28th, 2018.

To read the full obituary [Click Here]

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Staff Article - Linda Thieneman

 

Epiphany Prayer Chain Ministry is here, offering care through prayer.

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving

let your requests be made known to God.  -- Philippians 4:6

Worship and Community Care Ministries are collaborating to facilitate a new Prayer Chain Ministry, and follow-up with requests made for special prayer intentions.  Epiphany entrusts our Prayer Ministers with the sacred honor of praying for intentions held dear by our community. They commit to praying for the people and intentions shared, to treasuring the sensitive and sometimes confidential nature of the requests, and respecting the vulnerability of the people in need.  

Are you, or is someone you love, facing a difficult decision, having health challenges, struggling with grief or unemployment?  Is there a particular situation in our local or global community that weighs on your heart and mind?

If you have an intention for which you’d like prayers, please fill out a form at the Welcome Desk,

call the office (245-99733), or email prayer-requests@epiphanycatholicchurch.org.  

Be prepared to help us fill out a short intake form,

as someone in the ministry will be following up with you.

Intentions and names can be confidential.

Carry one another’s burdens; in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. – Galatians 6:2


To volunteer as a “Prayer Minister,” to hold the requested intentions in your personal prayer, please email  linda@epiphanycatholicchurch.org or call the office (502-245-9733) to sign up by sharing your name, email and phone number.  Volunteers are requested to complete a short, one-time orientation before participating.

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Bags of Compassion

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Staff Article - Mary Downs

Ministry of Administration at Epiphany Catholic Church

Ever wonder what happens when you drop your weekly or monthly donation into the collection basket?  What happens with those envelopes?  Thankfully, Epiphany is blessed with dedicated Collection Counters.  They are a vital part of Epiphany’s operations.  Our counters dutifully serve each and every weekend throughout the year, ensuring that the heartfelt donations of our parishioners and guests are properly organized, counted, recorded, and deposited.  They prepare the collection so that our Parish Bookkeeper can track those funds in our computer database – making sure that each member or guest receives credit for their donation and recording those funds in our Accounting system.  This is no small task and we rely on each of our counter’s knowledge and attention to detail to help us maintain accurate records on the very generous giving of our parish family and any guests which join us.

Did you know that we have teams dedicated to the different weeks of the month?  These teams rotate on each of the Sundays of the month throughout the entire year.  Teams consist of a head counter along with three or four other parishioners who divide up the task of sorting the envelopes, organizing the checks, counting the cash, and documenting the funds received.  We utilize the procedures given to us by the Archdiocese, which have been developed to safeguard the donations of our parish family.  Some of the many procedure guidelines include that teams must have two or more people present – all counters must initial the collections bags – two people must deliver the bank deposit - and so on!

Collection Counting is one of those “behind the scenes” tasks that our faithful volunteers take care of for Epiphany.  Counting the generous donations is the first step in monitoring the finances of the church.  Your stewardship dollars help provide so much at our parish.  This includes funding of our wonderful programs, paying for the talent of staff, keeping the lights, heat and air-conditioning, and water running, maintaining our beautiful grounds and facilities, allowing us to offer speakers and programs to enrich our spiritual life, as well as all the other worthy things that Epiphany parish does in our community.  If you have any questions about this or any other Administration Ministry or might be interested in becoming a Collection Counter, do not hesitate to let us know!  Contact: Mary Downs or Lynne Webb

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Obituary for Patricia Hall Smith

 Patricia Hall Smith, 80, of Bowling Green, formerly of Louisville, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, July 21, 2018.
She was born September 27, 1939 in Louisville a daughter of the late Edward H. and Ethel Kirkpatrick Hall. Patricia ran Time and Again Consignments in Bowling Green and was a homemaker. In addition to her parents, she is also preceded in death by her sister, Jean Carol Hall Probus. Patricia is survived by her two children, Claudia Smith Beckham (Beau) and Jason Smith; grandchildren, Annabelle Smith, Sam, Charlie and Hank Hackbart and two bonus granddaughters, Isabelle and Sydney Beckham; niece and nephew, Carol Probus Coke (Kenny) and David Edward Probus and great-nephew, Carter.

To read more [Click Here]

 

 

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Obituary for Dr. James Marshall Mahan II

DR. JAMES MARSHALL MAHAN II, 84, passed away Thursday July 19, 2018 at Baptist Health Louisville. He was a graduate of St. Xavier High School 1952, the University of Louisville 1957, and the University of Louisville Medical School 1961. He served in the US Navy as a flight surgeon, then returned to U of L for his OBGYN Residency 1965-1968. After retiring from his valued OBGYN practice, he treasured his 16 years as a professor teaching OBGYN residents at the University of Louisville Medical School, receiving in 2005 the Outstanding Teaching Professor Award. He enjoyed playing drums in the Doctors' Band. His grandchildren were his world.

To read more [Click Here]

 

 

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Epiphany's First Annual Night at the Louisville Bats!

 

A family that prays and plays together, stays together! Bring your friends and family, and join fellow Epiphany parishioners for our first annual Epiphany Night at the Louisville Bats. The Bats host the Rochester Red Wings at 7:00pm on Friday, July 27, 2018. Discounted tickets can be purchased [Click Here]. Epiphany sections 125/126 are only $9.50($8.00/ticket & $1.50/ticket fee). You must pre-register to receive the special Epiphany price. Epiphany’s block of tickets will be held until Wednesday, July 25. Once you purchase your tickets, you can print them off or pick them up at Will Call. All children ages two or younger will receive free admission.  If you have any questions contact Erin Dwyer at erin@epiphanycatholicchurch.org or 245-9733, ext.14 or Don Reiss at sdreiss1@att.net or 243-1587.


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Sunday Reflection

July 15, 2018: The 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

 

 In Christ we have been called, chosen as we are - in all our brokenness and vulnerability - to continue his mission. To carry on the ministry of Christ we need simply to follow in his footsteps, and do as he did.  We are the ones to continue the prophetic ministry of Jesus in our times--and we can do it, through the power of the Spirit!

“It is the Paraclete Spirit, the "Comforter", who grants us the courage to take to the streets of the world, bringing the Gospel! The Holy Spirit makes us look to the horizon and drive us to the very outskirts of existence in order to proclaim life in Jesus Christ. Let us ask ourselves: do we tend to stay closed in on ourselves, on our group, or do we let the Holy Spirit open us to mission?” - Pope Francis

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Sunday Reflection

June 17, 2018: the 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Today’s scriptures remind us of all God does to bring forth life – God’s reign is like seeds mysteriously growing to fullness.  And like a shoot from an old tree becoming a new creation, we, too, become new creations in Christ. The reign of God comes about through the intersection of our own work with God’s work.    It is our lifelong journey of living the gospel that makes the reign of God present in our time. Isn’t it wonderful that God invites us to cooperate in this great work! The scattered seed will yield a harvest, even though we might not see it now - so we can “walk by faith, and not by sight.”

“Faith is not a light which scatters all our darkness, but a lamp which guides our steps in the night and suffices for the journey.”  -- Pope Francis

This weekend we celebrate Epiphany’s 47th borthday!  We also continue our Prayer for Parish Discernment and send blessings to fathers, grandfathers, godfathers and all men who have mentored and cared for us!

The Readings:

  • Ez 17: 22-24. God’s kingdom is universal, a sprout of the Davidic tree. All nations may find shelter therein.

  • 2 Cor 5: 6-10. In whatever we are doing we are courageous and try to please the Risen Christ. We walk by faith, not by sight.

  • Mk 4: 26-34.  God’s reign is greatest in the smallest things. We understand the sowing of the seed to be the word of God, and its harvest depending upon its growth in us.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Mike Allen Presentation! 

                                                                                                                                                    

Epiphany Golf Scramble

Location: Tanglewood Golf Course - 99 Tanglewood Ct. Taylorsville, KY 40071

Date: Monday, July 16th, 2018 - Sign in @ 9:30am, Shot Gun Start @ 10:00am

Entry Fee: $35/per person (Includes green fee, cart, and lunch)

Open to: All Epiphany Parishioners and Family Members over 16yr olds

To fill our your application click here.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                    

 

 

 

 
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