Mass & Confession Times
Sunday Mass Times Confession
Saturday: 4 PM Saturday: 12:30 to 2 PM
Sunday: 7 AM or by appointment
Sunday: 10 AM
Sunday: 5:00 PM
Weekday Mass Times Office Hours
Monday: 6:30 AM 7 AM to 4 PM weekly,
Tuesday: 6 PM or by appointment
Wednesday: 6:30 AM
Thursday: Noon (12 PM)
Friday: Noon (12 PM)
Parish Picnic, Saturday, September 21, 2019
Come Share The Spirit of Blessed Mother
Booths will open at 3 PM; Food Sales begin at 4 PM
There will be a Drive Thru for Food Sales On 22nd Street
A $1000 prize, $500 prize, a beautiful queen size hand made Christmas quilt, a Steele blower, a hand made child’s picnic table, Oil Change, Wreath, Tumbler, Needlepoint, Tickets to Holiday World, will be given on the raffle this year. Tickets sell for only $2 each! This year the Money & Quilt Raffle will be combined. If you have not picked up your packets in church, stop by the Parish Office. Our raffles are a big part of our picnic. Please sell your tickets and help us meet our goal of $15000! Drawing will be at 6:00 PM at the picnic. We ask that you return your sold and unsold tickets by Monday, September 16.
K-8 Religious Education will begin Sunday, September 8 in the Parish Hall at 8:30 AM. This will be a family event to have your children meet their catechists, see the classrooms, and a parent informational meeting for questions. Please click here to go to our website to access the handbook, forms, and registration information. The cost for our program for one child is $30, two children is $50, and three or more children is $70.
Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA)
Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) begins Sunday, August 25, 2019 in the St. John Bosco Room from 11:15 AM to 12:30 PM. Please click here for more information on our website to access calendar and registration forms. This program is free and we welcome inquiring non-Catholics and Catholics as well.
Bible Study (Morning)
On Thursday mornings from 10 AM to 12 PM, we will present Ascension Press’ study on the Acts of the Apostles. This is a 20 week session, and will run 10 weeks prior to Advent, take a break, and 10 weeks prior to Easter. The cost of the study guide is $36, but it will cover both sessions. The introductory session will be Thursday, September 5 at 10 AM. The first part of the session will end November 21. If you think that you cannot make the Thursday AM time, this study features an online study, which means you can watch the video in your home with an internet connection for no additional charge. If you cannot afford the study guide, please contact the Church office for assistance. Click here to go in our website for additional information.
A Letter to a Suffering Church Discussion
Discussion 6:00 PM Wednesday September 25, 2019 in The Parish Hall on Bishop Barron's "Letter To A Suffering Church". Pick up a copy of the book at the doors of church and join us for the discussion.
Bible Study (Evening)
Do you have a personal relationship with Jesus? Reading the Bible and spending time with Jesus is a great way to develop that relationship. We get to hear Jesus’ words for our lives today. This weekly Bible Study program meets on Wednesdays from 6 to 7 PM, in the St. John Bosco Room inside the Parish Hall. This is an open group for adults of all ages, and older teens may attend with a parent as well. We discuss the upcoming Scripture readings, relevant catechism, Saint of the week, and answer any questions. We won't go into personal stories, but let’s find out what Jesus says in the Bible about marriage, abortion, immigration, and anything else. This program is free, and you may borrow a Bible if needed. Click here to go to our website for a schedule and additional information.
- Fr. Mike Clark, Pastor
- Fr. Jamie Dennis, Parochial Vicar
- 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
Bishop Shelton J. Fabre “Against Racism”
SAVE THE DATE – Bishop Shelton J. Fabre | September 19 | “Against Racism” Please join the Diocese of Owensboro for a community presentation given by Bishop Shelton J. Fabre of Houma-Thibodaux, Louisiana, chairman of the USCCB’s Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism, on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM at St. Stephen Cathedral. At 8:15 p.m. there will be a meet & greet in the lower level community room (refreshments will be served). All are welcome for an evening of inspiration! Bishop Fabre is the first African American Bishop to visit the Owensboro Diocese.
Tables/Tickets available for VOCARE 2019! VOCARE takes place on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Owensboro Convention Center beginning with a social hour at 5 PM, followed by dinner at 6 PM. VOCARE, which means “called” is an annual celebration of vocations to priesthood and religious life. Our speaker for this year is Most Reverend Anthony Basil Taylor, Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas. Last year was a sold-out event. Reserve your seat by visiting owensborodiocese.org/Vocare.
The Catholic schools in the Diocese of Owensboro will gather at the Sportscenter on September 25th at 10:00 AM to celebrate Rainbow Mass with Bishop Medley. The Catholic Schools Office would love for you to come be a part of this celebration.
National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC)
NCYC (National Catholic Youth Conference) National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) will take place November 21-23, 2019 with our delegation leaving on Wednesday, November 20th. This year the conference will once again be held in Indianapolis, IN, with the theme of “Blessed, Broken, Given” It will be an exciting time for our youth and those involved in youth ministry to gather in a celebration of faith with youth and adults from all over the country. More than 23,000 youth and adults attended NCYC in 2017.
The conference provides an excellent opportunity for youth and adult participants to learn more about their faith through keynote speakers as well as workshops and sessions. Other features include a large exhibit area with Catholic resources, religious orders, colleges, and universities. There are also many interactive experiences that include interacting with bishops from across the country. Reconciliation and Adoration are offered throughout the event. The highlight of the conference is the closing liturgy; it is an awesome experience to celebrate the Eucharist with thousands of other Catholics. For more information go to: owensborodiocese.org/national-catholic-youth-conference/.