Sunday, September 25, 2016

CONCERT FOR HOPE, THIS THURSDAY!


Music transcends words and beauty moves the soul. Catholic world-class musician and composer Eric Genuis has dedicated his life to bringing beautiful music to schools, churches, concert halls, and prisons which brings hope to the hopeless and beauty to those starving for beauty. Eric will be performing at Calvary Christian Center, 11829 Hwy 44E in Mt. Washington at 7 pm on Thursday, September 29th. Come join us for this evening of beautiful music.



Saturday, September 17, 2016

News from the Parish Office











Greetings,

Just a few reminders about parish activities:

  • The sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered from 3-3:30PM on Saturday, September 17th.  Fr. Jack Caldwell is the celebrant.
  • We are collecting single-serve, non-perishable food to donate to the Spencer County Public Schools' Backpack Buddy program - please consider bringing a donation this weekend and leave it in the collection box in church.
  • We are also collecting packages of disposable diapers that will be given away at the Community Baby Shower on October 6th.  The boxes for diapers are outside the Parish Offices
  • Sign-ups continue for those who plan to attend the Mother Teresa movie scheduled for October 9th.  Food and beverages will be provided by the members of the Respect Life committee.  Sign-up sheets are on each table in the back of church. 
  • The Knights of Columbus invite you to their monthly Chicken Dinner on Sunday - proceeds go to their charitable fund.

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Pray For Us, Saint Teresa of Kolkata



This Sunday, September 4th, the Universal Church will celebrate the canonization of Saint Teresa of Kolkata. Pray for us Saint Teresa!



SFX Supper Raffle


Monday, August 29, 2016

Faith and Family Heirloom: The Story of One Family's Baptism Tradition

 From the 3rd Quarter, 2016 edition of the St. Francis Xavier Crossroads Messenger Newsletter:




Monday, August 22, 2016

Archdiocese Youth Day at Kentucky Kingdom


Congratulations to the Deacon Class of 2016!

On August 20, 2016, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz ordained 18 men as permanent deacons for the Archdiocese of Louisville at St. Patrick Church in Louisville. May they serve Christ humbly and zealously, and may their wives and families be blessed.



Photos from Ordination Mass and practice.

Friday, August 19, 2016

News from the Parish Office


Some information and a prayer request for you:

Orders for commemorative engraved bricks or concrete pavers for the Parish Community Prayer Garden will be accepted through September 1st.  There are order forms on both tables in the back of church.  Contact Connie Eisenback at 502/821-2887 or connie.eisenback.pinnacle@gmail.com to place an order or if you have any questions.

The parish will host a potluck meal next Sunday, August 28th, to honor Steve Age and his wife Shannon.  Steve will be ordained as a Deacon tomorrow at St. Patrick Church, and has been assigned to both St. Francis Xavier and All Saints.  Please write your name and the number attending on one of the sign-up sheets on the tables in the back of church.  You are asked to bring a dish to share - the parish will provide meat and beverages.  Contact Kelly Eiden at 502/664-3887 orkle2you@gmail.com with any questions.
   
We would like to publish an accurate membership roster in the new Parish Directory.  Contact information was verified with those who had their photos taken for the directory.  If you were not photographed, and have a new address and/or telephone number, please contact me in the Parish Office at 477-6676 or by email at dianecblack@bellsouth.net.

The sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) will be offered on Saturday from 3-3:30 PM by Fr. Jack Caldwell.

The Knights of Columbus invite you to attend their monthly Chicken Dinner on Sunday from noon until 2PM.   

We ask you to pray for Rosemary Steva, mother of former parishioner Marilyn Stop, who has recently been hospitalized and is being admitted to a facility for rehab.  Mrs. Steva moved with the Stop family to North Carolina in May.