Weekly News - February 26, 2021
Please join in the Archdiocese of Louisville Celebration of The Year of St. Joseph,
Patron of the Universal Church
Friday, March 19, 2021

Cathedral of the Assumption


Begins with 12 Noon Mass
&
    Blessing of newly restored statue of St. Joseph
                                                                        
Prayer Service every hour on the hour
from 1 pm until the closing with Solemn Vespers at 7 pm
 
 
The Mass and Dedication of Statue will be live streamed on the Cathedral of the Assumption YouTube Channel.
 
For additional ways to celebrate St Joseph on his feast day and throughout the year, at home, school or church,
 


Celebrant/Homilist Schedule for February 27/28

Saturday, February 27, 5:30 pm, Fr. Linebach
Sunday, February 28, 9:30 am, Fr. Linebach
Sunday, February 28, 12 noon, Fr. Knott
Sunday, February 28, 5:30 pm, Fr. Linebach

 Please note: Celebrant/Homilist schedule subject to change.
 
2021 Stewardship
An Act of the Heart



Please don't skip the very first question.
What is your hope for the future of our parish?
We look forward to hearing from you. 

Better Meals in Madagascar
In Madagascar, half of all children are undernourished. That means 50% of kids won’t grow to reach their full potential. But communities are changing this by focusing on improving health and nutrition. What role has food played in your life? How can you help those who lack access to enough nutritious food. Visit crsricebowl.org to learn more. 
Raisin the Rent
We can’t get together in person as we have in past years to support St. John Center in its effort to offer the resources needed … finding housing, shelter and social services … so I am one of many hosting an on-line fundraiser to support St. John Center’s annual fund raising event, Raisin’ the Rent
I have been supporting St. John Center for over 10 years, providing IT Services, along with three others. Our mission is to make sure the counselors and staff have technical services that enable them to efficiently do their jobs of serving homeless clients. Functional PC’s, Laptops, Printers, Desk Phones, Cell Phones, Internet access, WiFi access, Email, resetting forgotten passwords, assistance with the inevitable questions that arise in the technical world are all part of our gig. I hope you will help me meet my fundraising goal of $5,000.00 by visiting my Web Page at:
https://secure.qgiv.com/event/raisin-the-rent-house-parties/account/1059624/ where you can make a Donation, buy a Raffle Ticket or bid on a Silent Auction item. You can learn more about St. John Center and various ways you can support the mission at https://www.stjohncenter.org/.
The live streamed Raisin’ the Rent event will be at 7:30 pm on March 6.
 
—David Puckett

DID YOU KNOW?
You can enter to win a prize! Look for Catholic Charities full-page ad in the March 11 issue of The Record. Mail your completed copy of the word search puzzle to us at
2911 S. 4th Street, Louisville, KY 40208 or post a picture to our Facebook page by May 18. Someone is going to win a gift card, and it could be you! Thanks for playing. Please puzzle responsibly.

Rachel’s Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Weekend retreats offer you a supportive, confidential, and non-judgmental
environment where women and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing.
 
Join us for a weekend of Emotional Healing
April 16-18, an Interdenominational Rachel's Vineyard retreat will be offered virtually by the Louisville retreat team. 
The contact person is Rev. Linda Johnson, and her phone number and email are: (502) 235-3191; lindajohnson@TWC.com
or
April 23-25, a Catholic Rachel's Vineyard retreat will be offered at the Passionist Retreat House in Whitesville, KY (about 10 miles outside of Owensboro). 
The contact person is Constance: (270) 474-4707; Constance@hopeafterabortionky.com
Metro Utilities
Assistance Program
If you live in Metro Louisville, have financial hardship due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and have past-due balances or payment plans with
LG&E
or the
Water Company,
there is help available! 
Call Central Louisville Community Ministries at (502) 587-1999 Mon.-Thurs. 9:30-11:30 am and leave a message so we can help. You will need picture ID, your bill(s) or account number(s), and you will need to fill out an intake form for CLCM and an application for LG&E. Forms are available at the office at 809 S. 4th St. Mon-Thurs 9:30-11:30 and in the box on the porch after hours, or we can email them to you after you call us. You must have bills past due that accrued March-Dec. 30 for this program.  
Education Opportunity Accounts
are privately funded by citizens and businesses who donate to non-profit Account Granting Organizations (AGOs). The AGOs then use the donations to award needs-based funding to eligible families. Funding can be tailored to a student’s specific needs and used for K-12 public and non-public school tuition and fees, online learning programs, tutoring services, therapy programs, transportation to and from school, and more.
 
Kentucky House Bill 149
(Education Opportunity Accounts)
 is on the move
and may leave committee and go
to the House Floor very soon. 
  
If you are in favor of Education Opportunity Accounts, please let your state representative know. Please call 1-800-372-7181 for the state legislative message line and the operator will leave a message for your State Representative based on your home address or you can e-mail your thoughts through the Catholic Conference of Kentucky by going to https://www.votervoice.net/CCKY/Campaigns/79053/Respond
 
Appeal of the Immaculata


In lieu of the annual Founders Dinner fundraiser, Immaculata Classical Academy (440 Zorn Avenue, Louisville) will be hosting a virtual
“Appeal of the Immaculata” to include an online auction of class artwork, a donation appeal, and a bourbon raffle including 19 top shelf bourbons, with only 250 tickets sold. The event will include a novena to St Joseph with daily videos leading up to the feast of St Joseph and live raffle drawing on March 19th.
To participate, text “supportICA” to (833)755-6550 or visit go.dojiggy.io/supportICA. May God reward your generosity!

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HOLY ANGELS ACADEMY
Pre-Kindergarten through Twelve
Catholic and Classical
Invites You to Experience Our Catholic Culture
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OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, February 28, 2021
1:00-4:00
2:00 Presentation: “Advancing HAA Toward the Future”
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“I believe that Holy Angels Academy is a wonderful example…an example to be imitated.”
Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz
CALL FOR GUIDED TOURS
Offered Mondays through Fridays
HOLY MASS 8:55 Daily

Learn why Holy Angels provides a fine elementary and high school program and has been repeatedly recognized as a School of Excellence by Catholic Education Honor Roll for exceptional achievement in the areas of Catholic Identity and Academic
Excellence.
12201 Old Henry Rd.
502-254-9440 www.holyangelslouisville.com










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