Welcome to Epiphany Cathedral

We welcome you to Epiphany Cathedral, a large, dynamic and active faith community of 4,400+ households. We seek to  offer a  welcoming presence to all and to reach out to the spiritual, material and social needs of our parish members by being the hearts and  hands of Christ. The parish staff and parish pastoral council join me in extending a warm welcome to  you. If you are new to our parish,  we hope that you will soon find a home in our spiritual family. We are a vibrant parish  offering many opportunities for people to live out  their Catholic Faith. Please look through the pages of our parish website  to learn more about the many ministries that assist our  parishioners, church, school and wider community. Welcome! ~ Rector Fr. Jack Costello


Upcoming Events & Calendar

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This Week in the The Parish

Sunday May 1st
   8-11am - Knights of Columbus Breakfast at KofC Hall
   9am Mass - First Communion
   1-5pm - Knights of Columbus Bingo at KofCHall

Tuesday May 3rd
   6:30-8pm - Come and Adore Him - Faith Formation
        Presented by Fr. Sean Morris

Thursday May 5th
   3:30-5pm - Bereavement Support Group - Soy Rm 107
   7pm - Spirit of Love Charismatic Prayer Group -
        Mass with Fr. Costello *More Info*

Friday May 6th
   6pm - Catholic Man Night

Saturday May 7th
   8am-6pm - Youth Car Was (Fundraiser)
   5-7pm - World Youth Day Dinner (Fundraiser) *See Bulletin*


Missed Confirmation?

A Confirmation class for practicing Catholics who missed Confirmation begins at Epiphany Cathedral on:

Tuesdays, Apr. 5– May 10
6:30—8:30pm, Soy Bldg

Come to prepare to receive Confirmation. Bishop Frank J. Dewane will confer the Sacrament on Pentecost Sunday, May 15 @ 11am Mass.

For more information click here or contact: Sr. Frances Lalor, RSM (485-2325)

All Parishes Pentecost Sunday

All Confirmandi from the Diocese of Venice will be received at Epiphany Cathedral on Pentecost Sunday, May 15 @ 11am Mass.  To celebrate in this Sacrament, the following forms must be completed and returned to Epiphany Cathedral no later than May 5th.  For more information, contact the Faith Formation Department: 941-485-2325.

Mass Times

Mon-Fri: 7:00am & 8:30am
Sat: 8:30am

Saturday Vigil: 4:00pm (Additional 5:30pm Jan-Mar), 7:30pm-Misa en español sabado (Mass in Spanish)
Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am (Family Mass), 11:00am, 12:30pm-Mówimy po polsku (Mass in Polish) & 5:30pm (Youth Mass)

Sunday Mass For Television: Comcast (Channel 9), CW Network, 9:30 am; Verizon (Channel 4)

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Fridays 12:00pm-7:00pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:00 - 3:45pm, and Thursday before the 1st Friday, after the 7:00am & 8:30am Masses.


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Parish Office Hours & Location

Parish: Mon-Fri 8:00 am-11:30 am and 12:30 pm-4:30 pm    Phone: 941.484.3505  *  Fax: 941.488.9333               

Epiphany Cathedral School: 8:00 am-3:00 pm   Phone: 941.488.2215

Vatican News

Pope at Jubilee Audience: ‘Be reconciled to God’

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis on Saturday held an extraordinary Jubilee Audience in St. Peter’s Square for thousands of eager pilgrims. The Audience also celebrated the Jubilee for members of the police and armed forces.

The Holy Father focused in his catechesis on a very important point of mercy: reconciliation, taking the apostle St. Paul’s words in the second letter to the Corinthians 5:20-21 as his guide: “So we are ambassadors for Christ, as if God were appealing through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. For our sake he made him to be sin who did not know sin, so that we might become the righteousness of God in him.”

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Vatican Regenerative Medicine conference Day 2

(Vatican Radio)   The body can work as its own “pharmacy” with its own tool kit to heal itself – that’s one of the revolutionary concepts to come out of a Vatican conference on regenerative medicine and its cultural impact on society. 

On day two of the three day conference organized by the Pontifical Council for Culture and the Stem For Life Foundation, researchers from some of the world’s leading cancer institutes presented their ground-breaking technologies in immunotherapy and expressed high hopes that a cure for the all-too-often deadly disease may be just around the corner.

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Pope: No to Double lives: Christians are people of light

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis warned Christians against having double lives, displaying an outer facade of light but having darkness in their hearts. He urged them to walk in the light and not tread dark paths, saying God’s truth cannot be found there. The Pope’s remarks came during his homily at Mass celebrated on Friday morning in the Santa Marta residence.

Taking his cue from the reading of St John’s First Letter, Pope Francis reflected on the eternal struggle against sin, saying we must be pure like the Father but even if we sin we can count on his pardon and his tenderness. He stressed the Apostle’s warning to believers to tell the truth and not have double lives, saying one thing but doing another.    

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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for April

General Prayer Intention - That small farmers may receive a just reward for their precious labour.

Evangelization Prayer Intention - That Christians in Africa may give witness to love and faith in Jesus Christ amid political-religious conflicts.