Parish Picnic: July 14TH!

Start planning now to attend the St. Aloysius Summer Picnic!

July 14th, 1pm-11pm!

Games and plenty of fun for everyone. Our famous Chicken Diner, of course…YUM!

And don’t forget to enter your chance to win a 2018 Ford Mustang or $17,000 (winner’s choice). Mark your calendar and spread the word!

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Thursday Women’s Group

Now that Lent is over the ladies who met to discuss The Best Lent Ever series have decided they would like to continue to meet for faith sharing until school is out for the summer.  Therefore, we will continue to meet on Thursday mornings April 12-May 24 from 10-11 in the Dickman Center.  We will watch “Faith Clips” by Bishop Robert Barron. He answers 50 theological and spiritual frequently asked questions across diverse topics. All ladies are welcome to join us.  No need to register or attend every week.  Just come when you can. For further information contact Mary Hynes at the parish office.


Holy Family Radio and St. Aloysius

Holy Family Radio on WLCR AM 1040, Louisville’s only Catholic format radio station, will be hosting their Spring Radiothon, Thursday and Friday, April 12 and 13. Tune in to learn more about how you can help support Catholic Radio in the area!  Consider making a pledge during Fr. Stoltz’s segment at 10am on April 12 and help St. Aloysius be the parish with the most pledges!  Call 451-9527 or visit for more information. Listen online at

Summer Camp at St. Aloysius!

Although our days are colder, it is never too early to think about where your kids will spend their summer. This summer St. Aloysius will have a summer camp! Each day there will be something new including games, art, cooking, reading, and of course fun!  This is open to any student (Kindergarten-8th) in the parish.  Not just students of St. Aloysius School.
Our themes this summer will include: Camping, Cooking, Ocean, Science, Backyard Fun, Animals, Sports, and Art.
For more information about summer camp or to get signed up please contact Jennifer Williams at 502-241-8516 ext 1011. We look forward to spending our summer with you!


What would you do with an extra $7000?

Buy a car, pay for high school tuition,
pay for college, etc?

Buy a raffle ticket!  Only 200 tickets will be sold.

Each ticket is $100

Winner will be drawn on May 9, by Father John.  All additional proceeds will go to the Tuition Assistance Fund.

Tickets are available to purchase in the Parish Office . Look for other upcoming opportunities  to purchase tickets at parish events!
For more information contact the Parish Office or Julie Reddington, .


VBS 2018 Shipwrecked: Rescued by Jesus

Holy Week

 Holy Week is the heart of the liturgical year.  Official church rituals and other traditions observed during this week remember and make present the passing of Jesus from life, to death, and to new life.   The summit of the Liturgical Year is the Easter Triduum—from the evening of Holy Thursday to the evening of Easter Sunday. Though chronologically three days, they are liturgically one day unfolding for us the unity of Christ’s Paschal Mystery.


Holy Thursday: March 29, 7pm in the Church

Along with the rituals typically done in Mass, the priest will ceremonially wash the feet of several parishioners.  This is the action of the priest imitating Jesus’ Last Super action of humility and service, when he washed the disciples’ feet.


Good Friday Service: March 30, 7pm in the Church

On Good Friday, Mass is not celebrated.  We participate in the liturgy of the word with a reading of the passion narrative and psalms prophesying the suffering of Jesus.  The congregation will also venerate the cross, a slow procession of people to kiss a cross held by ministers.  The evening will end with a communion service with hosts consecrated the night before.


Easter Vigil: March 31, 8:30pm in the Church

The Easter Vigil begins and ends in darkness. It is a nocturnal vigil, retaining its ancient character of vigilance and expectation, as the Christian people await the Resurrection of the Lord during the night. Fire is blessed and the paschal candle is lighted to illumine the night so that all may hear the Easter proclamation and listen to the word of God proclaimed in the Scriptures. The Vigil is also when we welcome those who have been preparing for the sacraments of initiation.  This year we will celebrate the initiation of three young ladies into the Catholic Church: Kali Anderson/Sparrow, Sapphira Godbey, and Hailey Smith.


Easter Sunday Masses: April 1, 8am and 11am in the Church

The theme of Easter morning echoes that of the Easter Vigil: Jesus is raised from the dead and is Lord.  Those who believe and are baptized share in this resurrection to new life.


Annual Easter Egg Hunt

The annual Easter Egg Hunt, Presented by the Women’s Club and Knights of Columbus Saturday, will be held March 24th at 10:00am. Hunts to go off divided into age groups at approximately 11:00am. There even will be a visit from the Easter Bunny himself!

Donations of candy are needed as well. Stuffed eggs or candy donations can be turned in to the Parish Office by Tuesday, March 13th please. We appreciate the help to make this event a success!

How Would You Feel About Free Tuition?!

The parish is raffling off a year’s tuition for one student or $7,000 cash (winner’s choice).  Tickets cost $100 each.  For a full list of details see the flyer below!

4O Days for Life

From February 14 through March 25, you’re invited to join other Christians for 40 Days for Life – 40 days of prayer and fasting for an end to abortion. You’re invited to stand and peacefully pray during a 40-day vigil in the public right-of-way outside of EMW Women’s Surgical Center 136 W Market Street Louisville Ky 40202.

St Aloysius parishioners will pray Sun March 11th from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at EMW Women’s Surgical Center 138 W Market St Louisville Ky, 40202.  To sign up visit: or contact Troy Medley 502- 821-8719 or .