RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Epiphany

A collection of news and information related to Epiphany published by this site and its partners.

Top Epiphany Articles

Displaying items 34-41
  • Intersections: Breaking bread with two identities

    Every Saturday morning for most of my life, it has been the sweet, lingering smell of fresh-baked bread, rather than an alarm clock, that has lulled me out of a drowsy haze and brought me gently back to reality. In a ritual initiated by my dad, the...
  • Press Release: Dodd Remarks On Senate Retirement

    EAST HADDAM, CT-- "Every six years over the past three decades, I have invited you to join me at our home to share in my decision to seek election and re-election to the United States Senate. On each of these occasions I have begun my remarks by...
  • Putting faith in search for rights

    Maria Alvarez and Jeanette Hernandez believe that no matter where they worship, where they work or how they got to America, the Roman Catholic Church calls on them to bear each other's burdens. To do her part, Hernandez, a parishioner at Our Lady of...
  • Tejocote is no longer forbidden fruit

    Tejocote is no longer forbidden fruit
    When Mexican Americans begin celebrating the extended Christmas season this Saturday on the feast day of Guadalupe, they will enjoy one big change from a few years ago: ample supplies of tejocote, a peculiar crab-apple-like fruit that most people have...
  • Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexei II, 79, dies in Moscow

    Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexei II, the iconic religious leader who restored the church from a post-Soviet shell to an institution of privilege and power, died at his Moscow home Friday. He was 79. The imposing, white-bearded Alexei had reigned in...
  • A sweet ending to the holiday season

     
    Three Kings Day marks the end of the Christmas season for many Latino families, and the pastries are the centerpiece of the annual celebration. At America's Cafe & Bakery in Maywood, manager Manuel Cordova had to bake more than 3,000......
  • Humboldt Park residents face challenges together

    Humboldt Park residents face challenges together
    If you want a dinner of rice and beans, and a glance inside the cupboard reveals only rice, you may have to ask a neighbor to supply the meal's other key ingredient. That neighborly spirit can be found throughout Humboldt Park, said Raul Echevarria,...
  • Williamsburg area churches

    Enrich your faith Greater Williamsburg offers many houses of worship. Whatever the denomination, the community is clearly a religious one deep in faith and conviction. Here is a sampling. St. Bede Catholic Church offers a special program several times a...