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

 

Congratulations 2016 Epiphany Cathedral School 8th Grade Graduates!

2016 Easter Vigil Slideshow

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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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for June

General Prayer Intention - That the aged, marginalized, and those who have no one may find-even within the huge cities of the world-opportunities for encounter and solidarity.

Evangelization Prayer Intention - That seminarians and men and women entering religious life may have mentors who live the joy of the Gospel and prepare them wisely for their mission.

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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: Christians serve with joy and not with a grimace

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis on Tuesday urged Christians to serve other people, without delay or hesitation, saying if we learnt how to reach out in this way, the world would be a very different place. His remarks came during his homily at the morning Mass in the Santa Marta residence where he used the example of the Blessed Virgin Mary for his reflections on the theme of Christians at the service of others.

Listen to this report by Susy Hodges:  

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Pope Francis at Santa Marta: memory, prophecy, hope

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis celebrated Mass in the chapel of the Casa Santa Marta on Monday morning. In remarks to the faithful following the Readings of the Day, the Holy Father focused on the threefold theme of the dynamic unity in Christian life, the signs of which are living memory, the prophetic spirit, and the sure horizon of hope.

The Pope took as the central focus of his reflection the Gospel passage of the day – from the Gospel according to St. Mark (12:1-12), in which Jesus addresses the Priests, Scribes and Pharisees with the parable of the murderous tenant-farmers. Against the landowner who planted a well-organized vineyard and entrusted them with its care, the tenants  decided to revolt, insulting, beating and killing first the  servants the master sent to reclaim the land and collect his due, and then, at the climax of the drama, murdering the only son of the owner – wrongly believing that such an act could earn them a right to inherit the owner’s substance.

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Pope Francis greets members of ‘Scholas Occurentes’, promoters of peace

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Sunday afternoon met with members of the Pontifical Foundation ‘Scholas Occurrentes’ at the conclusion of their World Congress.

The Foundation is an international project based in Argentina that brings together schools and educational networks from different cultures and religious backgrounds.

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