Friday, October 5, 2012

News From The Parish Office

We ask that you remember in your prayers the soul of Mr. Frank Carnes, who passed away early Thursday morning, October 4th, the feast of St. Francis of Assisi. He is the father of parishioners Patti Patterson and Becky Culver, and grandfather to their childen, Malorie, Clay and Kaitlin. The visitation will be from 1-8:00PM on Saturday at Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway in Louisville, with a memorial prayer service on Sunday at 1:00 PM. May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace.

We continue to collect non-perishable food for the local food pantry as well as for the Stewards of Appalachia. In addition, the Eastern Kentucky mission needs household cleaning products, personal hygiene items, baby diapers and food, cleaning products, toilet paper and paper towels. There are container marked for the Stewards of Appalachia; the baskets under the console table in the area outside the parish offices is for the local food panty.

The montly potluck brunch will be after Mass on Sunday, October 7th - bring a dish to share and enjoy the fellowship with other parishioners.

Portions of Main Street will be closed for the community celebration "Octoberfest" on Friday and Saturday - plan an alternate route if necessary and a little extra time if you are coming to Mass on Saturday evening.

Tanglewood Golf Course is hosting two fund-raiser Golf Scrambles tomorrow, Saturday, October 6th.

The first one benefits St. Francis Xavier, and registration is at 7:00 AM; tee-off is at 8:00. The fee is $50/person or $200/foursome. You may contact their parish office until noon today if you need additional information - 502/538-4933.

The Spencer County Youth Stallions football team is hosting a benefit golf scramble for Dawson Moore at 2:00PM. Dawson is a student at Taylorsville Elementary and is being treated for cancer. Spots are still available for foursomes, at a $200 fee. You can register tomorrow at 1:00 or call parishioner Kelly Hutt for more details, at 502-442-8620.

Lastly, the Boy Scouts will collect your U.S. flags that are beyond usable service the weekend of October 13/14th. These flags will be retired at a ceremony in Bardstown on October 27th, and you may contact parishioner Doug Hayes if you have any questions.

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