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.
Ash Wednesday, February 14
Masses @ 630 & 1130 am, 530 and 730 pm.
Non-Catholics are welcome to receive ashes during our Ash Wednesday services.
Reconciliation: Saturday 6:30pm in the Chapel.
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!
The season of Lent, commencing with Ash Wednesday, is a call to interrupt our daily routines, to break out of complacency, to understand the roots of our sin and how our sins impact other people. The Lenten disciplines of fasting, prayer, and alms giving help us to reorient our lives in ways to bless all we come in contact with. Let us therefore celebrate our families, our homes, our relationship with Christ which gives meaning to all that we do and let us rejoice in the days that God gives us filled with grace, joy, and peace.
I pray that the content of this website helps to deepen your relationship with Christ -- showing you the Jesus who is mercy and love -- or perhaps introduces you to Christ, if you don't already know Him.
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