Mon-Fri 7 am; Sat 7:30 am
Sunday Vigil (Sat. pm): 4 pm
Sunday: 7:30, 9, 11:30 am
Holy Day Vigil: 5:30 pm
Holy Day: 7 am & 5:30 pm
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M-F: 7:30 am
Saturday: 8:00 am & 3 pm
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Dear Visitors and Friends,
The “Year of Faith” called for by Pope Benedict and closed by Pope Francis is behind us, yielding back emphasis to our daily walk by Faith. Advent is an opportunity to beseech the Lord who was, who is and who is to come to lead us along the way of faith, hope and love.
He was (Christmas and earthly life), He is (Sacraments) and He is to come (the Second Coming). May this year be one of renewal for you; for you and your spouse; for you, your spouse and your children; and for your family and this parish of the Epiphany. Let us pray for one another.
Flu season is upon us. If your immune system is delicate or compromised for any reason, feel free to remain at home. Contact Deacon An to schedule a visit by a Eucharistic Minister, Deacon, or Priest.
If you have symptoms of illness (fever, aches, sore throat, cough, etc.) we invite you to remain at home and take care of yourself. Remember, when ill the Sunday Obligation does not bind.
Please remember to cover your mouth with a hanky, tissue, bend of your elbow, etc. to help prevent the spread of the virus during a cough or sneeze. Sanitizing stations are at all entrances.
Now that we offer the Precious Blood at daily Mass and a couple Sunday Masses, please refrain from partaking of the chalice if you are ill.
We all know from our basic catechism that Our Lord is present ENTIRELY in the host; partaking in the Precious Blood is a full sign of communion but nonessential.
Best wishes always, Msgr. ESPowell