No, don't worry. It's not Epiphany, yet. Please mark your calendars, however, for Thursday, January 6 at 6PM for our celebration of the Feast of the Epiphany. Epiphany marks the arrival of the Magi at the home of the Jesus and his family in Bethlehem. The arrival of these gentiles from the East also reinforces the universality of God's plan for the salvation of His Creation. The Messiah has not come just for the Hebrew people, but for all the people of the world, and since the Gospel is not yet ready to be carried to the world, the world will instead come to the Gospel.
Also on Thursday evening, we will observe an old tradition of the Church by blessing chalk. This chalk is then used to inscribe a blessing on the door post of one's home as an acknowledgement of God's blessing upon us for the new year. The chalk will be blessed prior to the conclusion of the Mass.
Finally, we plan on having a King Cake Thursday evening, so plan to hang around to enjoy is traditional treat of Epiphany (at least in Louisiana).
See you Thursday!