Weekly News - April 9, 2021
Divine Mercy Sunday
April 11, 2021

12 Noon Mass
with blessing of the Divine Mercy image

1:30 pm
Exposition and Adoration
of the Blessed Sacrament
Recitation of the Marian Rosary
and the Rosary in Honor of St. Joseph

3 pm
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Celebrant/Homilist Schedule for April 10/11

Saturday, April 10, 5:30 pm, Fr. Linebach
Sunday, April 11, 9:30 am, Fr. Linebach
Sunday, April 11, 12 noon, Fr. Linebach
Sunday, April 11, 5:30 pm, Fr. Linebach

 Please note: Celebrant/Homilist schedule subject to change.
The Cathedral of the Assumption is one of the official pilgrimage sites in our Archdiocese during the year of St. Joseph. Church is open daily for visitation.
Congratulations to those who received sacraments at this year's Easter Vigil.

  Received the Sacraments of Initiation:
Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist
Britton Anthony Reid
Bailey Roese
Received into Full Communion
Karen Lee Brooks
Lindsay Ann Cooley
Christopher Stephen Peterson
 Sebastian Ezekiel Finnegan Brown
Bryce William Hansell
 Alessandra Ariana Marie Welle
Thanks to the RCIA team, the Religious Education Program Catechists, the sponsors, the families, and all others who have shared this faith journey with the Candidates, Catechumens and Confirmandi.   
The DIACONATE ORDINATION of Dustin Hungerford
will be celebrated by Archbishop Joseph Kurtz on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 11am. The people of the Archdiocese of Louisville are welcome and encouraged to view the livestream of this joyful celebration. To access the livestream, go to www.youtube.com and search for Cathedral of the Assumption Louisville, KY.  For more information, contact Sr. Sarah Yungwirth in the Vocation Office at 502-471-2121.
Radiothon 2021
April 22-23
Holy Family Radio depends on you!
Your support is needed today.
Holy Family Radio on WLCR AM 1040 and 94.9 FM, Louisville’s only Catholic format radio station, will be hosting their Annual Radiothon, Thursday and Friday, April 22nd and 23rd. Tune in both days to learn more about how you can help support Catholic Radio in the area! 
Consider making a pledge on April 22nd during Fr. Linebach's segment at 2 pm and help our parish be the parish with the most pledges! Call 451-9527 or visit HolyFamilyRadio.org for more information. Listen online at WLCR.org.

Assumption Summer Camps
Assumption High School is excited to welcome back campers to campus this summer! Rocket campers will have the opportunity to experience over 45 different enrichment and athletic camps, with 10 brand new options, including Aviation, Camp Invention, Summer Olympic Fun, and Test Kitchen! Full descriptions of each camp, as well as dates, times, and prices can all be found here. As you are browsing the different camps, you will notice that each camp has three essential skills that campers will learn during their time on campus. Camps are open to boys and girls in grades K-11. Space is limited. Please email lauren.lega@ahsrockets.org or call 502-271-2675 for questions.  
Mercy Academy Summer Camps
What are you doing this summer? We would love for you to join us for some of our incredible summer camps. We offer a wide variety. From our On the Stage theatre camp, or Discovering STEM to our Field Hockey and Volleyball camps -- there really is something for everyone! Space is limited so SIGN UP NOW. Visit our website at mercyacademy.com/summercamps to see our camp listings and to register online. For more information email alaemmle@mercyjaguars.com
Upcoming Offerings from
The Passionist Earth and Spirit Center
Camp Odyssey
Registration is open for Weeks of June 14 and June 21
9:00 - 4:00 p.m.
We are so excited to be back this year! Camp Odyssey immerses children entering grades 1-6 in the Earth & Spirit Center mission. As they explore the woodlands and meadows of our 27-acre campus and nature sanctuary, as they work and play with our artists, garden and environmental educators, chefs, yoga and meditation instructors, musicians and many others, kids come to understand how ecosystems work, where their food comes from, and how to be more mindful and compassionate toward themselves, their bodies, other people, and their surroundings. Plus, we all have so much fun! Camp will be conducted in accordance with the latest state and CDC guidelines for Covid.
Environmental Racism
Begins April 21, 2021
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Online via Zoom, Some In-Person opportunities
Did you know that environmental problems impact the poor and vulnerable first and hardest? Low-income communities and people of color suffer the worst from environmental problems. Would you like to know what can be done about it? This class will explore examples of environmental racism and environmental injustice around the world and in our own city. We will look at the causes and possible solutions to this issue that is gaining more awareness in recent years. This class will be offered as a hybrid course where participants have the option of attending in-person or remotely.
Summer Meditation Series
Wednesdays, May 26 - June 16
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Outside at the Barn (under a tent) or online via Zoom
You don’t need to take a summer break from mindfulness! This four-week series will help you deepen and maintain your meditation practice in the socially-distanced company of fellow meditators and guided by several of our senior meditation faculty. Beginner and experienced meditators welcome. Each session will include opportunities for practice and discussion.
May 26 - "Embracing Celtic Prayerful Imagination," with Joe Grant
June 2 - "Awakening Wisdom: Why We Should Meditate and How We Do It," with Joe Mitchell
June 9 - "Mindful Food Choices in a World of Interbeing," with Karen Newton
June 16 - "Cultivating Joy in Difficult Times," with Glenda Hodges-Cook

Catholic Enrichment Center’s
21st Anniversary Celebration
The Catholic Enrichment Center (CEC) of the Archdiocese of Louisville’s Office of Multicultural Ministry will celebrate its 21st Anniversary on Thursday, April 22, 2021, from 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. with a formal presentation starting at 4:00 p.m. with Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D. and other dignitaries. Please join us as we celebrate the CEC playing an integral role in the community and the archdiocese for more than two decades. The Catholic Enrichment Center is an extension of the Archdiocese of Louisville’s Office of Multicultural Ministry (OMM). It was established to provide holistic cultural enrichment, formation, and academic development for the community. The CEC is a community gathering place where people of all ages, races and faiths can find the answers to many of their questions concerning enhancing one’s life from a holistic perspective. The center opened in Spring 2000. Masks are required and social distancing will take place. The Catholic Enrichment Center is located at 3146 West Broadway, Louisville, KY 40211. For further details on the event, please call the Catholic Enrichment Center at (502)776-0262.

Metro COVID-19
Utility Assistance Program
Do you need help paying your LG&E bill? Eligible residents may qualify for up to $1,000 in utility assistance.
Eligibility includes:
-Be a resident of Jefferson County
-Have experienced a COVID-related economic hardship
-Have a past due/delinquent LG&E electric or gas bill (arrearage must have occurred March 16, 2020 – March 31, 2021)

To apply:
-Go to louisvilleministries.org and fill out an online application, or call 2-1-1 to connect with your local Community Ministry
-Schedule appointment at 502-977-6636, or visit louisvilleky.gov/neighborhoodplace (click on COVID Assistance for the option to apply online)

Download this flyer for more details, or visit here.
Catholic Charities is hiring! If you’re interested in work with a mission, check out our open positions at cclou.org/employment. These include openings in Lexington, Owensboro, and Louisville. CCL’s mission is to support all 24 counties in the Archdiocese of Louisville and, in this case, even a couple of extras. You may apply online today!
Catholic Schools in the
Archdiocese of Louisville are Hiring
Do you want to make a difference in a child or young person’s life? Are you interested in working in a faith-based environment? If so, consider a career in a Catholic elementary or secondary school. Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville are hiring talented teachers, teacher assistants, and office personnel. Teachers must be certified by the Kentucky Department of Education.
For job openings in Catholic schools, go to www.archlou.org/school-job-openings. This site includes an employment application for teachers and substitute teachers and a listing of job openings for all positions. Teachers or subs should complete and forward the application found on this page. Those interested in other school positions should contact the school directly. Questions? Call or email the Office of Catholic Schools, 502-585-3291 or lweiter@archlou.org.
Sister Visitor Center Collects New Summer Clothing
Catholic Charities of Louisville’s Sister Visitor Center is seeking donations of NEW SUMMER clothing, to be distributed to families May 17-21. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and to provide neighbors in need with new items that affirm their dignity, the Sister Visitor Center can only accept new items. Anyone wish to contribute may drop off clothing at Sister Visitor Center, 2235 W. Market Street (Louisville) from 8:30 pm to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday, Donations will be accepted through Friday, May14. 
Questions? Email Shaniece at svc@archlou.org for more information.

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