Entries by Mandy Kumler

Happy 50th Anniversary Father Jack!

On May 16th we celebrated the 50th anniversary of Father Jack’s ordination. Thank you for the many cards and letters that parishioners sent in to the parish office. Father Jack received your wonderful sentiments, and was in awe of the overwhelming response.  You have each touched his heart in such a special way.  He asked […]

New Parish Office Hours

The Parish Office is open with limited hours.  The office is open 10am-2pm Monday thru Friday. To help the staff continue to practice social distancing, the Parish Office staff will have limited office hours, in addition to working from home.  If you are looking to contact a particular staff member, please contact them directly to […]

Safety Procedures For Mass

As we reopen Church for the public celebration of Mass, I want to bring to your attention some policies and procedures that we will do to protect one another in the midst of the pandemic. Archbishop Kurtz has issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation for […]

Your Health is Our Top Priority!

With the beautiful sunshine and warm days, we understand how important it is to get outside and move around. Exercise is so important for both mental and physical reasons. However, we were just notified by both Oldham County police and Pewee Valley police that there have been several complaints of activities on our campus, and […]

Live Streaming Options for Holy Week

St. Aloysius will live-stream Palm Sunday Mass at 11 a.m.  tomorrow morning on our Facebook page: http://www.Facebook.com/staloysiusFollowing the Mass, the video will be uploaded to YouTube, which you’ll be able to find here:  https://www.youtube.com/user/mountmercy212 We will also be live-streaming all of the Holy Week liturgies.  Here is the schedule:April 9, Holy Thursday Mass, 7pmApril 10, […]

The USCCB’S Call to Prayer In the Face of the Pandemic

Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, has issued the following regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19): With the worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus, we are confronted once more with the fragility of our lives, and again we are reminded of our common humanity; that the peoples of this world […]

Important Message For Our Parish Family

As we journey through this time of uncertainty together, we will remain committed to providing our parishioners with guidance and support. If you are in need of help, please reach out and let us know. Our parish family continues to be our number one priority. In the upcoming days, please look for prayer resources that will […]

Public Celebration of Eucharist Postponed

In light of yesterday’s guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, Archbishop Kurtz is calling upon all priests to suspend the public celebration of the Eucharist, effective immediately and until further notice. In his message to priests, Archbishop noted his conversations with pastors over the weekend. Pastors communicated to him both the concern of those […]

A Letter From Father John : Yes we will have Mass This Weekend

We wanted to inform you that Masses are as scheduled this weekend.  People who are at higher risk are encouraged to avoid crowds as much as possible. Archbishop Kurtz emphasized that the obligation to attend Mass does not apply for serious reasons, such as illness and other vulnerabilities due to age,underlying health conditions, or anxiety.Anyone […]