|Saturday: 4 PM
Sunday: 7 AM
Sunday: 10 AM
Sunday: 5:30 PM
Monday: 6:30 AM
Tuesday: 6 PM
Wed: 6:30 AM
|Saturday: 12:30 - 2 PM, or
call office to make appointment
Tuesday: 6 AM - 11 PM
Monday to Friday:
Holy Day of Obligation, Nov 1, 2018
Tri Parish Mission November 5-7 at 6:30PM
Tri Parish Mission November 5-7 at 6:30PM
Monday: Blessed Mother
Tuesday: Sts. Joseph and Paul
Wednesday: St. Stephens
What does it mean to be Catholic today? What an important question! Yet, how difficult - but not impossible – it is to fully live our faith. There are saints among us! They are not simply people who lived centuries ago. Am I a saint in training? Are you? Does God really listen to my prayers? Do I consider my parish a family that I care about and support? Mission presenter Father Tom McCarthy will address these questions and open encouraging doors for us. Please make plans to attend.
Are you an intentional disciple of Jesus Christ? Is the Bible relevant in our lives today? How much time do we spend with Jesus? What is the Catechism of the Catholic Church? There are many questions about our Faith. Why not stop by and ask them.
This open forum will meet from 6 to 7 PM on the Wednesdays, with an opportunity for adults and teenagers with their parent/ guardian also in attendance to ask questions about their Catholic faith. We won't go into personal stories, but let's talk about those difficult topics on marriage, abortion, immigration, and anything else. We will meet in the St. John Bosco room inside the Parish Hall. Click here for the schedule.
- Fr. Mike Clark, Pastor
- Mary Colburn, Office Manager
- Cyndi Vaughan, Office Assistant
- Patty Woerter, Coordinator of Liturgical Music
- Christina Barnard, Director of Youth Ministry
- Scott Wheatley, Maintenance Mechanic
- Norm Hayden, Director of Religious Education
- Bill Bach, Deacon
- Brett Mills, Deacon
- Becky Buck, Custodian
Pilgimage to the Holy Land
At this time, there is a wait list. Please pray for those preparing for pilgrimage to the Holy Land November 8 - 17, 2018.
ODYC November 9-10, 2018
Owensboro Diocese Youth Conference (ODYC) is an overnight conference for middle and high school students grades 7-12. The event will be held November 9-10, 2018 at the Owensboro Convention Center. Mark your calendars and let us know if you will be attending.
A Message from our Pastor
Below is the most erudite and contrite expression I have found to date regarding recent events that have angered, upset and challenged me and many others. My heart goes out to victims. My commitment to continue to work for the protection of all the vulnerable remains unperturbed. My dedication as a priest remains strong, by the grace of God. Join me in rededicating yourself to be Christ's disciple, admit shortcomings and sins, then move forward to be an agent of change in our Church and in the world. May God strengthen and sustain us, Fr. Mike Clark
Click here to go to that letter.
Bishop Robert Barron on why to remain Catholic
Bishop Robert Barron on Why to Remain Catholic with so much scandal.
Disciple's Response Fund
Rachel’s Vineyard, Nov 9-11, 2018
Come join us for a weekend of emotional healing and spiritual renewal. Rachel’s Vineyard offers post-abortion healing retreats for women & men who are suffering from the lingering effects after abortion. Next retreat is November 9-11, 2018 in the Owensboro area. If interested, please contact Jennifer: Cell: (931) 242-5506 | email@example.com or Wendy: Cell: (707) 287-5911 | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://hopeafterabortionky.com
Statement from Bishop Medley
2019 March for Life Trip Preregistration
The Diocesan Gospel of Life Committee has under consideration an adults only trip to the 2019 March for Life in Washington DC. The 2019 march will occur on Friday, January 18, 2019. Travel would be by bus, leaving from the rear parking lot of St. Stephen Cathedral Church in Owensboro at 8:00 PM on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 and returning on either the late evening of January 19, or early morning hours of January 20, 2019.
The group would spend two nights (January 17 and 18, 2019) at the Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel. (The 2018 room rate was $230.75 per night and may likely increase for 2019. Rooms can accommodate up to four persons so as to split the individual’s cost of staying for two nights.) The estimated cost to attend this event is $395 per person, based on two to three people sharing each room cost
The Committee welcomes your interest in joining this group. To preregister, please contact Richard Murphy, 270-683-1545, along with a $50 preregistration fee by September 14, 2018. Note: There is a 40 person minimum threshold for those going on this trip. If this threshold is not reached, the trip will not go forward, and those that have preregistered will receive their $50 deposit back.