Mass Schedule & Bulletin
Saturday Vigil: 5:30pm
Sunday: 8am, 10am, 12:30 pm
Evening Prayer: Sunday, 6:30 PM, in the Chapel
Daily Mass: 8am except on Holy Days of Obligation
Free Church Nursery: Sat 5:30 pm, Sun 10 am
Hearing Assistance devices available at all Masses. Ask any usher to get one.
Palm Sunday Services begin in the gym on the west side of the Church: Saturday 530 pm, Sunday 8 & 10 am, 1230 pm.
Holy Thursday -- 7 pm
Good Friday -- 7 pm
Easter Vigil 830 pm
Easter Sunday 8 & 10 AM with organ, brass and timpani; children's choir at 8 AM and traditional choir at 10; 1230 PM with the Contemporary Choir.
Reconciliation: Saturday 6:30pm in the Chapel.
Lenten Penance Service: Sunday, March 26, 5 PM.
Reconciliation is also available on the
Wednesday of Holy Week (April 12) from Noon to 1 pm & 5:30 - 7 pm.
The Contemporary Choir provides the music for the 5:30pm Saturday Mass. The Three Kings Choir sings at the 10am Mass September through June each year.
On Sundays when incense is used, incense is never used at the 8 AM Mass. That is the "less music and less incense" Mass.
Parking: Extra parking is available at the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center. From Britton, the next drive west of the Epiphany driveways accesses the Pastoral center. Make a left, then take the first left to the parking on the north and east of the Pastoral Center. There is a paved pathway from that parking lot to the church. that begins at the NE corner of the parking lot.
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Welcome from the Pastor
Welcome to the website for Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church!
This week we begin the season of Lent, a time we set aside to reflect on how we live. Through the Lenten disciples of fasting, alms-giving, and penance, we learn to do good and avoid evil. During this time of preparation, my prayer is that all will come into a relationship with Christ, who lived, died, and rose again for us and our salvation.
I pray that the content of this website helps to deepen your faith in Christ -- showing you the Jesus who is mercy and love.
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