Blessed Mother Catholic Church is a faith-filled community inspired by the Holy Spirit. Our parish family worships and grows together to accomplish the same God-given mission as Jesus through evangelization and active concern for all.

Mass Times


Saturday: 4 PM
Sunday: 7 AM
Sunday: 10 AM
Sunday: 5:30 PM

Monday: 6:30 AM
Tuesday: 6 PM
Wed: 6:30 AM
Thursday: Noon
Friday: Noon
Saturday: 12:30 - 2 PM, or 
call office to make appointment

Eucharistic Adoration

Office Hours

Tuesday: 6 AM - 11 PM
Wednesday: 7 AM - 11 PM
Friday: 6 AM - 9 PM

Monday to Friday:
8 AM - 5 PM, or call office to make appointment


Year of Encounter

In the life of Pope Francis, we see the journey of faith beginning with the simple act of people going out to meet each other, where they are. He calls this “encounter,” and says that because we experience God’s love there, it has the power to heal and transform.  During this year of Encounter, Blessed Mother Church will conduct a monthly Eucharistic Holy Hour on Wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:00 PM on June 20, July 18, August 15, September 19, October 17, and November 28.  Please join us.  

2018 New Members Brunch

2018 BBQ Festival

2018 Religious Education Year End Celebration

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Dan and Sandra Thomas are the recipients of the 2018 "Bishop John J. McRaith Providing Help, Creating Hope" award.

Blessing for Liturgical Ministers

At all Masses on June 2-3, there will be a blessing for all ministers - new and experienced - who serve at Mass, which includes Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Lector, Altar Server, Usher, and Gift Bearers.  Please walk up to the front of the Church when called.  

2018 Sacrament of First Holy Communion

2018 Youth Group Elite Air Fun!!!

2018 Sacrament of Confirmation

Pilgimage to the Holy Land

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Corpus Christi 2018

Bishop William F. Medley will lead a procession through the streets of Owensboro on Saturday, June 2, starting at Brescia University at 10 AM and ending at St. Stephen Cathedral at approximately Noon. This is in honor of the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also known as Corpus Christi. Everyone from across the diocese is invited to attend. 

Container Collection for Mandeville, Jamaica

The Owensboro Diocese and the Mandeville Diocese are set to begin a collection of goods for a shipping container to provide needed items for education and healthcare for the children and needy adults in Jamaica. The collection will begin on May 1, 2018 and run through September 21, 2018.  Parishes, Schools, Summer Vacation Bible Schools and other groups are asked to select an item or a collection of items and the number of each they can commit to for this project. They asked to report their selections, including the number of items, to Richard Murphy, the coordinator for the collection, by phone or email.  He can be reached by phone at 270-683-1545, and by email at  

Prison Ministry

Here is a reminder about upcoming training on Evangelizing in Jail and Prison Ministry.  It is set for 5-26-18 from 9:00 to 3:00 PM here at the McRaith Catholic Center.  Lunch will be provided as long as folks can RSVP by 5-21-18 to Richard Murphy, Director, Office of Social Concerns.

How the Church Needs to Reach Out to the Millennial Generation

Fr. Dwyer is the publisher of, which has earned top awards from the Catholic Press Association and the Associated Church Press. He also hosts “The Busted Halo Show with Father Dave,” a call-in radio talk show airing five nights a week on SiriusXM, where he answers questions of faith for over 30 million subscribers.

The workshop, titled “Leaving the Upper Room: How the Church Needs to Reach Out to the Millennial Generation,” will be held on Monday, July 23, on the Saint Meinrad campus, St. Meinrad, IN.

The two-part workshop will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and from 1:15 to 2:30 p.m., with a break for lunch. Cost is $20, which includes lunch. All times are Central Time.            

To register for the workshop, contact the Alumni Office at (800) 682-0988 or Registration is required to attend.

Religious Freedom Week June 22 – 29, 2018

• The theme for this year is Serving Others in God’s Love.  Religious freedom is necessary if we are to have the space to continue to serve in areas like education, adoption and foster care, health care, and migration and refugee services.  USCCB has produced resources for prayer and action on these issues for each day of the week.  We encourage Christians to reflect on the importance of religious freedom so that the Church might have space to carry out her mission of service and mercy.  We also invite Christians to pray for our brothers and sisters who face intense persecution in other parts of the world.
• USCCB is providing “Pray – Reflect – Act” one-pagers—one for each day on different religious liberty topics.  The materials are meant to inspire people to learn more about religious liberty from a Catholic perspective, to pray about particular issues, and give them the tools to act on what they learn, whether it’s by finding ways for their parish to serve their community or perhaps even by calling their Member of Congress to promote legislation supporting religious liberty

St. Benedict’s 3rd Annual Golf Scramble

You are invited to take part in the St. Benedict’s 3rd Annual Golf Scramble Fundraiser at Panther Creek Golf Club on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 8:00 A.M.  The cost is $300 per team or $75 per individual and be assigned to a team. Come and enjoy the fun and a chance to win.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prize, silent auction, lunch and drinks provided, door prizes, hole prizes