Communication Workshop


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The Teaching Ministry of Jesus- 9/18


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Class Cancellations

The following catechist classes have been cancelled:

Introduction to Scripture 9/5/17

Major Themes of Scripture 9/19/17

Foundations of Liturgy 10/3/17

Overview of the Mass 10/17/17

Introduction to Sacraments 11/7/17

Introduction to Christology 11/28/17

Christology II 12/12/17

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Life in the Spirit Seminar

Life in the Spirit Seminar coming soon to two locations in the Archdiocese of Louisville. Contact Lynn McDaniel at to register.


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Fall Catalogue

Two great events are happening today.  There is the solar eclipse and the new Faith Formation Fall Catalogue has arrived!

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Safe Environment Training/Background Checks

As you are getting programs and classes ready to begin, you may have recruited some new volunteers this year.  Don’t forget that all volunteers who work with children must attend the Archdiocesan Safe Environment Training and have a background check on file.

Here is a link to upcoming Safe Environment Training Sessions.
Here is a link to the description of the Safe Environment Training.

Here is a link to the background check form.

If you have questions, contact Scott Fitzgerald, Safe Environment Training Coordinator, at (502) 636-1044 or via e-mail.

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Discipleship- Come and See Night


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Liturgical Catechesis

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Upcoming Classes

Our Fall catalogue will be available in a few weeks but until then here is a sneak peak at some of our upcoming classes.

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I love the Mass, imperfect as it is

  • People pray during Mass April 17, 2016, at Holy Redeemer Church in Detroit. The Mass was the site of a “Mass Mob” event, an evangelization effort aimed at boosting regular Mass attendance. (CNS/Jim West)

Call me old-fashioned. I need to be down with the flu or snowed in before I’ll skip going to Mass. I love being there. Our parish church borders a Jesuit university, and during the school year a sizable percentage of those attending are students, so it’s a good mix of older and younger folks. Still, I admit feeling sad about some relevant statistics. According to the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate, among U.S. Catholics weekly Mass attendance isn’t looking good. From 1965 to 2016, it dropped from 55 to 22 percent.

The grapevine has it that many Catholics skip Mass frequently because they “don’t get anything out of it.” Others appeal to the clergy sex abuse scandals of recent decades, saying they don’t want to associate with a church that harbored abusers for so many years. Some have even chosen to transfer to Protestant churches or recently established alternative forms of “Catholicism,” complaining that they can no longer tolerate a church that relegates women to a second-class status.

I understand, and I sympathize. Yet I hardly ever miss Mass… click here to read more.


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