Nine days in a row of a repeated prayer. A Novena. The Novena to St. Joseph for example, or the Divine Mercy Novena. It is an ancient Catholic way of prayer. Nine days. That is the number between the 40th …

One of the highlights of the Easter Vigil liturgy is when we sing the Alleluia for the first time since the beginning of Lent.  But thanks to You Know What, we haven’t had the Alleluia since the beginning of Lent …

Jesus says this weekend that he is the vine and we are the branches.  In being joined to him we are joined to one another.  In a way, the great Vine is the family tree of Christians.  It joins us …

April 22nd, 2021 The Fourth Sunday of Easter is often called Good Shepherd Sunday because in all three cycles of readings we hear one of the passages from John where Jesus refers to himself as a good shepherd.  He lays …

April 15th, 2021 It's not exactly a secret that I LOVE fireworks.  Or that Thunder Over Louisville is one of my favorite things all year.  I've gone to every Thunder that ever was.  Thanks to the creative people at the …

April 8, 2021 - One thing about prayer and worship is they don't keep time like my watch or my calendar. I'm reminded of that every day this week, because the Preface to the Eucharistic Prayer says that we praise …

April 1, 2021 As Robert Frost pointed out, the first things to burst forth on the bare branches of trees are flowers. “But only so an hour.” One of the things I love about Easter in Louisville is how often …

February 25, 2021 – As more and more members of our parishes are able to get the COVID vaccine, we’re starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but it’s still a long tunnel. And since we …

Remember that you are dust… February 11, 2021   Most people aren’t aware that there are two ways that ashes are imposed in the church on Ash Wednesday, and that the one we’re unfamiliar with is more common and more …

Introduction to our winter Mental Health series January 14, 2021   For those of us, like me, who struggle with depression, winter can be a difficult time in normal circumstances. I’ve learned through years of experience that I need to …

Join us this Sunday, May 23 at 11:00 am for an OUTDOOR Mass to celebrate Pentecost. Click the button to learn more and to view our revised Mass schedule for this weekend.

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