Mon-Fri: 7:00am & 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.
Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for January 2017
That all Christians may be faithful to the Lord's teaching by striving with prayer and fraternal charity to restore ecclesial communion and by collaborating to meet the challenges facing humanity.
2016 Easter Vigil
01/22/17 6:27 am
(Vatican Radio) A series of earthquakes and devastating winter weather have caused “new and harsh trials for our brothers and sisters of Central Italy,” especially in the provinces of Abruzzo, Le Marche, and Lazio, Pope Francis said on Sunday during his weekly Angelus address.
“I am close to them with prayer and with affection for families” whose loved ones are among the victims,” the Holy Father continued. He also encouraged all those taking part, “with great generosity,” in works of aid and assistance, as well as the local churches “who devote themselves to alleviating suffering and difficulties.”Read More
01/22/17 6:15 am
(Vatican Radio) Following the Angelus on Sunday, Pope Francis noted that we are currently in the midst of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which has for its theme this year “Reconciliation – The Love of Christ Compels Us.”
He noted that the week will conclude in Rome next Wednesday with the ecumenical celebration of Vespers at the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls. “I invite you to persevere in prayer,” the Pope said, “so that the desire of Christ, ‘That they all might be one,” may be accomplished.”Read More
01/22/17 6:12 am
(Vatican Radio) At the Angelus on Sunday, Pope Francis focused on the early days of Jesus ministry, in Galilee. This region, the Holy Father noted, was a kind of crossroads between the Mediterranean and the Mesopotamian hinterlands. Because of the presence of large numbers of pagans, for the Jews Galilee was seen as a geographical periphery. Little was expected from Galilee in terms of the story of salvation – but it was precisely here that the light of the Gospel began to be diffused throughout the world, not only to the Jews, but also to the Gentiles.
Here, following St John the Baptist, Jesus preached the coming of the Kingdom of Heaven. But unlike the Baptist, who waited for the people to come to him, Jesus chose the life of a wandering prophet, going out to meet the people.Read More
Parish Office Hours & Location
Parish: Mon-Fri 8:00 am-11:30 am and 12:30 pm-4:00 pm Phone: 941.484.3505 * Fax: 941.488.9333
Epiphany Cathedral School: 8:00 am-3:00 pm Phone: 941.488.2215