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Events

11/28/2020

Evenings in the Park

7pm - 10pm

Estuary Park

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11/28/2020

Evenings in the Park

We invite you to listen to live bands play beautiful music in the park. Enjoy the sounds of Laureen Davis and the Kings, and enjoy wine tast...

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7pm - 10pm

Estuary Park

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About Us

Our background

The Epiphany
The Epiphany of Our Lord is the Christian feast observed on Jan. 6, 2016.

From the Pastor

The visit of the Magi occurs directly before the story of the Holy Family’s flight into Egypt. Matthew’s Gospel tells a version of Jesus’ birth that is different than the one in Luke. Of the actual birth of Jesus, Matthew tells us little more than, “When Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, in the days of King Herod . . . ” The story of the census is found only in Luke’s

Gospel, but we hear about the visit of the Magi only in Matthew’s Gospel.

We know little about the Magi. They come from the East and journey to Bethlehem, following an astrological sign, so we believe them to be astrologers. We assume that there were three Magi based upon the naming of their three gifts. The Gospel does not say how many Magi paid homage to Jesus. In Matthew’s Gospel, they represent the Gentiles’ search for a savior. Because the Magi represent the entire world, they also represent our search for Jesus. We have come to consider the gifts they bring as a foreshadowing of Jesus’ role in salvation. We believe the meaning of the gifts to be Christological. Gold is presented as representative of Jesus’ kingship. Frankincense is a symbol of his divinity

because priests burned the substance in the Temple. Myrrh,

which was used to prepare the dead for burial, is offered in anticipation

of Jesus’ death. The word Epiphany means “manifestation” or “showing forth.” Historically several moments in Christ’s early life and ministry

have been celebrated as “epiphanies,” including his birth in Bethlehem, the visit of the Magi, his baptism by John, and his first miracle at Cana.

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Holy Family Catholic Church

431 Old Highway 52, Lafayette, Tennessee 37083, United States

Office:(615) 666-6466 Rev. Victor Subb, Pastor Cell: 615.572.0092 Deacon Jose Pineda Pastoral Associate 615.427.8404 email: djpholyfamily@gmail.com

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09:00 am – 12:00 pm

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