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

Confession

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

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Christmas Mass Schedule

Christmas Eve - 4 pm, 8 pm
Christmas Day - 12 am (midnight), 9 am

Advent Penance Service 
Sunday December 16 at 2 PM

Christmas Music

We are recruiting musicians (vocalist and instrumentalist) of all ages for all Christmas Liturgies. Note: Children/Youth rehearsals begin Nov. 18th after the 10 am mass.

The Christmas Eve Mass schedule is as follows:
4 pm - Children/Youth/Adults:  Rehearsals are from 11 am – noon on Sun. mornings beginning Nov. 18th
8 pm - Adult Choir: Rehearsals are Wed. evenings from 5-7 in church except for Thanksgiving week.
Midnight – Small Ensemble: Rehearsals will be scheduled according to participant’s schedules
Christmas Day – 9 am Small Ensemble: Rehearsals will be scheduled according to participant’s schedules

Generally, we begin prelude music about 45 min. to an hour before mass times.  Please let our Music Director, Patty Woerter, know if you or your child/children will be joining this year, so that enough materials are prepared for rehearsals.

Daily Stewardship Advent Reflections

Advent is a time of reflection and preparation, as we joyfully wait for the birth of our savior.   And as we prepare ourselves, it is a time of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.  Select here to sign up for a daily email from LPI during Advent.  You will be asked to provide your name and email address.  

Bible Study

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?  If you have questions about your Catholic faith, then show up and ask them.  

This year long, open group will meet from 6 to 7 PM on the Wednesdays, with an opportunity for adults and teenagers (with their parent/ guardian) to ask questions about their Catholic faith.  We won't go into personal stories, but will start with the Gospel readings for the upcoming week and discuss 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.

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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.

Parish Staff

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National Catholic Schools Week

January 27-February 2, 2019 National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. The theme for the National Catholic Schools Week 2018 is “Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” Schools typically observe the annual celebration week with Masses, open houses and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. Through these events, schools focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation.

Please contact your Catholic school to learn the activities that will take place during this week.

Men’s Discernment Retreat

The Diocese of Owensboro Vocations Office invites you to participate in The Men’s Discernment Retreat, a retreat for men ages 18-30 who are seriously thinking about their vocation and who have the desire to courageously give their lives to Christ. This retreat is an opportunity to set some time out in silence to listen to the voice of God in your life, receive guidance for the discernment process, learn the tools of discernment, and sharpen your discerning skills. 

There will be time for prayer, reflection, and rest.  The Men’s Discernment Retreat will be held on December 14-16  at St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology.  There is no cost to participate in this retreat but registration is necessary.  Registration deadline is December 10th .   You may register online at www.owensborovocations.com

https://owensborovocations.com/vocationsevents/mens-discernment-retreat/

For more information and to register, contact the vocations office:  270-683-1545, jason.mcclure@pastoral.org,

YOUTH 2000 Retreat

ATTENTION ALL YOUNG PEOPLE AGES 13-30!  You are invited to a YOUTH 2000 Retreat on March 8-10, 2019 at Brescia University.  You will have the opportunity to gather with other young people your age for prayer, Adoration, singing, and learning about our Catholic faith. This retreat is being sponsored by the Diocesan Marian Shrine Committee and the Diocesan Offices of Youth and Young Adult Ministry and Faith Formation.  Youth should register through a parish, school or other group.  For more information and registration forms, go to https://owensborodiocese.org/youth-2000/.  The deadline for registration is February 27, 2019. Space permitting, registrations will be accepted at the door.  Contact Robin Tomes at robin.tomes@pastoral.org with any questions.