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The Epiphany & Epiphany Season

Posted on April 10, 2020

The Epiphany, also known as the Manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles, is celebrated on January 6th or the 12th Day of Christmas. The Feast itself commemorates Our Lord’s Manifestation to the Gentiles through the Visit of the Magi or Wise Men, the changing of water into wine, His first public miracle, at Cana, and finally His Baptism by Saint John. The Feast itself is celebrated for eight days in what is known as an octave. The Epiphany season varies in length and ends with the start of the “Gesima” Sundays or Pre-Lent. In many cultures, Epiphany is given more prominence than Christmas with much ceremon...

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Annual Meeting January 31st.

Posted on April 06, 2020

Virtual Annual Parish Meeting on January 31st. More information to follow. Please plan to attend.      

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