Mass Times


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Note, if you join too early you may need to refresh your screen.
You do not need a Facebook account to watch live.
For additional assistance, email ECCommunications@EpiphanyCathedral.org.

Masses Resume in the Cathedral
or
Join us from home:

Daily Mass:
Monday-Saturday at 8:00am (Cathedral & Live on Facebook)
(Please note: All 7am Mass intentions are celebrated privately)

Saturday Vigil Mass:
4:00pm (Cathedral & Live on Facebook)
6:00pm – Spanish (Cathedral & Live on Facebook)

Sunday Mass:
7:30am (Cathedral Only)
9:00am (Cathedral & Live on Facebook)
11:00am (Cathedral Only)
12:30pm Polish (Cathedral & Live on Facebook)
5:30pm (Cathedral Only)


Distribution of Holy Communion:
Sundays 2:30-3:30
In the Cathedral Narthex (Main Entrance)

Prayer:
Friday Divine Mercy at 3:00pm (Join us on Facebook Only)

Confessions:
Saturday 8:30-9:30am in the Cathedral Chapel
Thursday before First Friday, after 8:00am Mass


Sr. Frances Lalor, RSM, DRE Retires

Sister Frances Lalor, RSM, DRE, a tireless presence within Epiphany Parish while helping it live out its mission to be “the heart and hands of Christ,” will be retiring as of Tuesday, June 30th. We are beyond grateful for the personal role she has taken in shaping the faith development of young and old as they take their journey with Christ. Please watch this beautiful video tribute, “Diocese of Venice in Florida Says Farewell to Sister!”

Posted by Epiphany Cathedral on Thursday, June 25, 2020
Sister Frances Lalor, RSM, DRE, a tireless presence within Epiphany Parish while helping it live out its mission to be “the heart and hands of Christ,” will be retiring as of Wednesday, June 30th.
We are beyond grateful for the personal role she has taken in shaping the faith development of young and old as they take their journey with Christ.
Please watch this beautiful video tribute, “Diocese of Venice in Florida Says Farewell to Sister!”

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Epiphany Cathedral thanks you for your generosity. If you would like to continue your weekly offering, or to support Epiphany Cathedral through a donation, please follow one of these links:

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Mail: Epiphany Cathedral, 310 Sarasota St., Venice, FL 34285
Questions: email ECCommunications@EpiphanyCathedral.org

Mass Resumes in the Cathedral – Mass Attendance Guidelines

New 5/22/20 – Click here to watch an instructional video from Fr. Jack on new procedures as you enter for Mass.

Obligation to attend Sunday Mass is dispensed through Sept 1st.  To read the Bishop’s letter discussing the dispensation, please click the following link: 

Letter to Parishioners dated June 26, 2020

Mass Attendance Guidelines:

  • We will only allow 50% capacity in the Cathedral. If need be, there will be overflow seating in Parish Center where the Mass will be Livestreamed, and Communion distributed.
  • Pews, door handles, and restrooms will be sanitized between Masses.
  • Masks must be worn.
  • Use of hand sanitizer is encouraged before entering the Cathedral or Parish Center.
  • Only the Front (Main-Narthex) entrance will be utilized before Mass.
  • To allow time for sanitizing between Masses, entrance to the Cathedral will only be allowed 30 mins prior to Mass. It is suggested parishioners wait in their cars until Cathedral doors have been propped open.
  • Communion will only be placed in the hand for those who wish to receive (not on the tongue, gluten-free hosts will be available upon request).
  • During Communion and entering/exiting, all are asked to keep a social distance. Marked lines will be on the floor to assist you.
  • Offertory collection baskets will be at all entrances and exits.
  • Lost and found items will not be kept more than 24 hours.
  • There will be no printed materials in the pews or bulletins distributed. You can read the weekly bulletin online at www.epiphanycathedral.org.
  • All those, as defined by the health department, as more vulnerable (i.e. 65 + years of age, those with compromised immune systems, those with underlying health conditions, those who are especially anxious about being in a large group) are encouraged to stay at home.
  • Anyone with fever or flu-like symptoms will not be permitted to enter the church.
  • Until further notice, all parish activities remain suspended. This includes Knights of Columbus, CCW, Youth Group, Rosary Groups, and any other organized Parish activity other than the Sacred Liturgy.
  • Please note, there is still a risk for anyone who attends a public Mass to contract Covid19.

Parish Office Hours – Please read for updates

Parish Office Hours*

The Parish Office will be Open:
Monday – Friday,  8:00 – 11:30 am – For Walk Ins

After 12:30 – By Appointment Only

(Please Call 941-484-3505 – Leave message and we will call back to confirm appointment)

*Masks are Required When Visiting!

Only 3 people may enter the office at one time to ensure proper social distancing. If we have more than three in the office, you may be asked to briefly wait outside.

Thank you!

Four-Part Mini Retreat with Fr. Shawn Monahan, OMV

“How We Can Live More the Risen Life Jesus Invites Us to Live”
Tuesdays April 14th, April 21st & April 28th, at 3:00 pm

Mini Retreat Part 1: “Living More the Risen Life” with Fr. Shawn Monahan, OMV – April 14, 2020: Drawing upon his experience and work in seminary formation as Novice Master for the Oblates of the Virgin Mary, his first presentation will be on understanding the three foundational dynamics for growth and maturity in the Christian life; Self-Knowledge, Self-Acceptance and Self-Gift. Click here to watch the April 14th replay

 

Mini Retreat Part 2: “Living More the Risen Life” with Fr. Shawn Monahan, OMV – April 21, 2020:  Fr. Shawn Monahan, OMV will give his second presentation on how we can live more the risen life by going deeper in exploring how the 7 deadly wounds of Confusion, Powerlessness, Rejection, Hopelessness, Abandonment, Shame and Fear hinder our heart’s capacity to receive and give love.

If you have already begun, or read Ken Knipperman’s little purple book, “Lenten Healing” then this will be a great little recap of some of the highlights from that book and how its application can help us live a more abundant life.  Click here to watch the April 21st replay

 

Mini Retreat Part 3: “Living More the Risen Life” with Fr. Shawn Monahan, OMV – April 28, 2020:  Part three will focus on Healing Prayer and the Path to Holiness and Wholeness. (Replay)

Mini Retreat Part 4: “Living More the Risen Life” with Fr. Shawn Monahan, OMV – May 5th at 11:00 am: Deeper Prayerful Reflection Before Our Lord in Adoration.  Fr. Shawn Monahan, OMV has extended his mini retreat to include a fourth session. It will be a time for deeper prayerful reflection before our Lord in Adoration.

(Replay Part 1 of 2)

(Replay Part 2 of 2)

Beware of Phishing Scams

Many in our Diocese are receiving phishing email attacks. With COVID-19 in the air, hackers are hard at work!! Many scams include asking for Gift Cards. Unfortunately, fraud of this kind is on the rise during this very sensitive time. Do not login to strange links or buy gift cards to send via email or txt. People are falling for this; please don’t be the one!

Parish Office: 941-484-3505
School Office: 941-488-2215
Faith Formation Office: 941-615-0290
Youth Office: 941-615-0293
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