Parish Newsletter November 2022

Hello!  We are excited to share the latest installment of the Parish Newsletter.  In this edition you can meet our new staff member, find out the Christmas Mass Schedule, learn about ways to give this holiday season, and much more!  Visit https://bit.ly/nlnov22 to check it out!

Join for Arts and Crafts

We look forward to seeing you this Saturday for our annual Arts and Crafts Show, 10am-3-pm. Over 65 local and regional artisans will be in attendance. Get started on your holiday shopping here at St. Aloysius!

Trivia Night: Save the Date!

August 2022 Parish Newsletter

We are eager to share the latest parish newsletter with our parish community.  Inside this edition you will find the financials for the end of the fiscal year, back to school news, and highlighting some of the amazing things we have done this summer.  To read the August newsletter, follow the link! https://bit.ly/nws822

Supporting Eastern Kentucky

We are beyond grateful for the generous donations that we have already received for our brother’s and sisters in Eastern Kentucky.   We continue to get many questions about how we can help.  Below you can see how you can donate items that will be delivered, followed with how you can contribute financially.  There will be more information in the upcoming issue of the Record as well.

Item Donations:

Monetary Donations:

Checks placed in collections may be made to your parish with the notation “2022 Eastern Kentucky Disaster Relief.” The parish can send one check to the Archdiocese of Louisville and one donation will be sent to the Diocese of Lexington.

Online donations can be made directly to Catholic Charities of Lexington at catholiccharitieslexington.org. Donors should designate their donation for “DISASTER SERVICES.”

Community Cookout and Ministry Fair

Join us September 25! We are looking forward to seeing you for a day of fellowship, food and fun!

LAST Fish Fry This Season: April 1

Due to lack of volunteers during Spring Break, the Fish Fry scheduled for April 8 is being cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We look forward to seeing you next year during our 2023 Fish Fry Season

Make plans now to join us at St. Aloysius for the best fish in town.

📌 Times – 5:00 – 7:30 in the school cafeteria and gym. (Or until we run out so get here early!)

Why is our food so good? We have a great team of Fryers!! And, we use FRESH oil each fry which means you are getting the best looking and tasting food.

📌 Dine in, Carry out and drive thru! We will also have expanded seating in the gym.

MENU – Breaded Iceland Cod, BAKED FISH, Rolled Oysters, Shrimp, Hush Puppies & Jalapeño Hush Puppies, Green Beans, Baked Potatoes, Onion Rings, Shrimp, French Fries, Mac and Cheese, Cheesesticks, and Cheese pizza.Please share with others and look forward to seeing everyone.

Parish Newsletter Feb. 2022

We are excited to share the latest parish newsletter.  Inside you will find information about Lent and school registration for 2022-23 school year…among many other exciting things happening at our parish.

 To view the newsletter visit, https://bit.ly/febnew22

2022 St. Aloysius Trivia Night

Please join us
Saturday, March 5, 2022 for the

18th Annual St. Aloysius Trivia Night


In the St. Aloysius Gym
$25/person * $200/table of 8
Adults Only Please


MUST PRE-ORDER TICKETS – NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR
*DEADLINE FOR ORDERING TICKETS: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2*
Doors open at 6:00 pm * First question at 7:00 pm
Raffles * Auctions Items * Split the Pot
KY Gaming License #0000114
Table Decorating Contest
Prizes will be awarded to winning tables


Soft Drinks, munchies and desserts will be provided
Please feel free to bring your own food and NON-alcoholic beverages
***Beer will be available for sale***

Proceeds will benefit 8th grade field trips and 8th grade scholarships
For tickets contact Bret Feger @ BTFeger@thepoint.net


*Send payment via school office or parish office, Attn: Trivia*
*Tickets may be purchased via Faith Direct under Events*

Parish Survey

We are currently developing a strategic plan for the Parish to guide us for the next five years. We are seeking your input both on how you perceive the state of the parish today and what changes can be made to make your religious participation more valuable and satisfying.


With the help of the Archdiocesan staff, the Strategic Planning Committee has developed a survey that we hope will give us your insight into how Fr. John, the Parish Council and the leadership of our various parish groups should direct their activities. The survey will take you about ten minutes to complete, and is available electronically or on paper. It is an anonymous survey.
 
You can take the survey in a number of ways. First, you can use the QR code listed here as a link to your phone. You can also use the website link as well. For those who prefer a paper survey, they are available in the back of church. You can complete it, and drop in the survey collection box or at the grey drop box at the parish office. Again, the survey is completely anonymous.
 
In order to have a great parish we have to know where we are now, and have a clear idea of where we want to go. We’re hoping you’ll give us the benefit of your thoughts through the survey, and we ask you to make your input as soon as possible. Thanks for your participation.