We the people of God at Epiphany Cathedral, are empowered by the Holy Spirit at Baptism to be the hearts and hands of Christ

Epiphany Parish Library

Epiphany Parish Library

The Mission of the Epiphany Parish Library

To enhance the spiritual journey of those seeking to understand their faith, to pursue a deeper relationship with God, or to be more informed in the teachings of the Church, the saints, prayers, meditations, Marian apparitions, and more.The Collection includes an inventory of 5,000 books, CDs, DVDs, VHS', cassette tapes, and periodicals. It is arranged alphabetically by categories beginning with Abortion - - - Vatican City, making it more patron friendly. Included, is a comprehensive children's library for ages, toddler to young teens, with many books and DVDs available in age appropriate format.

Books may be checked out for three weeks. CDs, DVDs, VHS' and cassette tapes for one week. All library services are free.

Volunteer positions are always available. (For more information, call Carol at 941-244-0523)

June 1 to September 30

Sunday 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

October 1 to May 31
Sunday 8:30am - 12:00 pm
Wednesdays 9:00 am - 12:00pm


Book Suggestion: The grunt padre  by Daniel L. Mode is the true story of a young priest who was a missionary in China.  When the Vietnam war started , he asked to be a military chaplain  and was assigned to a Marine Corp unit in Vietnam.  He formed strong bonds with all of the men and even though he did not engage in battle, he was always with them in the midst of the fighting.  In one particularly brutal battle, a young soldier was critically wounded and Father Capodonna went out into the line of fire to bring him back.  Father Capodonna himself was  killed doing this.  Two years later, He was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor!  Two years ago, he was canonized a Saint by Pope Francis.  In September, EWTN is starting a series about this remarkable priest!  The book is available in our Epiphany Parish Library and is a fascinating read.

Library Location: 

Magi Hall, Corner of Tampa Ave. and Harbor Drive