Latest Parish Newsletter

We are happy to share the latest parish newsletter.  Take a moment to read about all of the great things going on in our parish community.

Ben Gratzer Memorial Eagle Open



WHEN:             Saturday, August 22, 2020

                          12:30 Registration (1:30 Shotgun Start)

                                    REGISTRATION DEADLINE – (there is none)

WHERE:           TPC Lagrange – Eagle Creek CC, Lagrange KY

COST:               $85/person

Hole Sponsorship – $100.00

Super Hole Sponsorship (incl. 4-some) – $400.00

Typically, door prizes and event prizes/awards are an important and enjoyable part of our event, as the prizes and, more important, the money that is brought in is so vitally important to the core of our event goals…continued monetary support for our kid’s educational and athletic lives at St. Aloysius.

Given the world climate we live in, we chose to effectively modify this year’s event and eliminate both door prizes and event prizes, as we felt that asking local merchants and partners to donate would be insensitive and incorrect, not to mention difficult.  That said, we hope that a day of fellowship, great food and refreshments, and also some good-to-average golf is enough to bring you out with us on what we hope will still be a very relaxing and fun day.

Please call Mike Carr (502-377-0653), Brad Raybourne (303-931-6060),John Risimini (502-552-8460), and/or John Bestenlehner (612-940-7926) if you are interested in playing, sponsoring a hole and/or donating prizes.  Please submit your entry as soon as possible.  Make checks payable to St. Aloysius and return, with registration form, to us at any of the below addresses:

Mike Carr

4712 Redbud Forest Place

Louisville, KY  40245


10930 Keene Road

Louisville, KY  40241

Brad Raybourne

13503 Broken Branch Way

Louisville, KY  40245

John Risimini

13500 Forest Bend Circle

Louisville KY  40245

2020 First Communion and Confirmation Happening as planned.

Do to the previous shut down the spring sacraments had to be rescheduled. First Communion is planned for August 1 and August 8, both at 11am. Confirmation is scheduled for August 14th, at 7pm.

In the last several weeks there has been a lot of uncertainty lately and several of you have reached out to ask about the status of the upcoming sacraments.  We are proceeding as planned.  Our parish has done a wonderful job following the original guidelines set out when public masses resumed in May.  The recent limit of the size of gatherings from the Governor is regarding social gatherings, not religious.  Also, Archbishop Kurtz has stated that Churches can continue to hold services as long as we follow the safety guidelines (you can read his statement here).  
If everyone follows the guidelines we have sent out (mask wearing, social distancing, and limiting the number of guests) then we will continue to meet the requirements established to allow us to safely worship.  We continue to strive to keep capacity at 30% (which for St. Aloysius is 330 people).   Keep in mind we will be live streaming each sacrament on our parish Facebook page.  So family members that are not able to come in person can watch at home.  Just have your friends and family follow our page, .
If you have any further questions please reach out.  We hope this answers some of your questions and gives you peace of mind.  If anything changes we will be sure to let everyone know ASAP. If you have further questions contact the parish office.

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 us to share the following letter with the parish. Please take a moment today and say a prayer of thanksgiving for Father Jack! 

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 the social distancing guidelines are not being followed. Both Oldham and Pewee Valley police have responded several times to these complaints.

With the health of our community being our top priority, we have no other alternative but to close the campus. If the police see you on campus, they will ask you to leave. We deeply regret having to do this. Please continue to practice social distancing as we all work to stay healthy during this difficult time. We continue to hold the St Aloysius community and their families in our prayers.

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 be provided using this Flocknote notification system. If you know someone who is not currently registered to receive notifications, please send the parishioners name and email address to Melissa Brown at You can also register online at
To view our weekly bulletin online, please visit Enter our church name and zip code (40056).
If you would like to set up a Faith Direct account to continue to support our church and Capital Campaign financially, please visit our church website and click ‘Give Online’ to create an account. You can also drop your contribution by the parish office during normal business hours. 
We will be providing more resources and outreach information in the days to come. 

LORD, you are a strength for your people, the saving refuge of your anointed.
Psalms 28:8

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 with symptoms of communicable disease should stay home from Mass as an act of Christian charity toward fellow parishioners.

  Remember that Mass of the Air is also another option.  It is broadcast: -11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on the Faith Channel (Spectrum channel 19) and streamed on the Faith Channel at -10:30 a.m. on WHAS-TV (channel 11) and under the “Live Video” tab. -9 a.m. on WBKI-TV (Spectrum Channel 7). -10 a.m. on WNKY-TV (channel 40), Bowling Green, Ky.
Our parish is taking extra cleaning precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  Our cleaning company will perform a complete cleaning of the Church this evening.  This will include wiping down pews, railings, and door handles with hospital grade disinfectant.  The Chapel will also have this same cleaning done on Monday and Thursday.  The school will have the same deep cleaning as well as extra measures by our staff.  Multiple rounds of cleaning are scheduled for the next three weeks.  We would also like to encourage volunteers from the parish to help with cleaning if they feel comfortable.  We are inviting small groups (no more than 10 people, include 2 adults if it is children under 18) to come and do some extra cleaning.  This is a perfect way for young people to get service hours as well.  Contact the parish office for more information.  
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this together.  As always please feel free to contact the Parish Office with any questions or concerns you may have.  We are planning on the Parish Office maintaining regular hours. (M-Th 8-4pm and Fri 8-3pm).

Masses Are As Planned for 3/14-3/15

In consideration of Governor Beshear’s recommendations and with the current directive from Archbishop Kurtz, We WILL HAVE regularly scheduled Masses this weekend. We recommend prudent decisions regarding prevention and appropriate social distancing. We implore those who are ill and those with compromised health issues to stay home and pray with the church through Mass Of The Air. It is broadcast:

  • 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on the Faith Channel (Spectrum channel 19) and streamed on the Faith Channel at
  • 10:30 a.m. on WHAS-TV (channel 11) and under the “Live Video” tab.
  •  9 a.m. on WBKI-TV (Spectrum Channel 7).
  • 10 a.m. on WNKY-TV (channel 40), Bowling Green, Ky.

The current situation is dynamic, and as we continue to monitor COVID-19, we will alert you to any changes regarding parish schedules from the Parish Office.

Fish Fry on 3/13 Drive Thru Only

⚠️We will have Drive-Thru only and will add a second line for convenience.⚠️

👉 First Drive-Thru line will be the normal one that starts at the chapel and goes past the Eagles Nest.

👉 New line will begin from Mount Mercy and go down the road by the gym.

We will have someone helping to direct cars.

📌 Drive-Thru hours are 5:00 – 7:30 pm.
📌 We accept Credit Cards

Please be patient with wait times and with our decision on this as this can be a rapidly changing situation.

Please share with others. Thank you

Christmas Mass Schedule

All are welcome to join our parish community as we celebrate the birth of our Savior!

December 24: Christmas Eve, Masses at 5pm & 8pm in the Church
* the 5pm is our most crowded Mass.

December 25: Christmas Day Mass at 11am in the Church
December 31: Vigil Mass for the Feast of Mary the Mother of God, 5:00pm in the Church January 1: Feast of Mary the Mother of God, Mass 11am in the Church