Weekly News - January 8, 2021

Sunday January 10





The Baptism of the Lord



2021: The Year of St. Joseph
Meditation Prayer from Pope Francis

Father, you entrusted to Saint Joseph what you held most precious: the child Jesus and his Mother, in order to protect them from the dangers and threats of the wicked. Grant that we may experience his protection and help. May he, who shared in the sufferings of those who flee from the hatred of the powerful, console and protect all our brothers and sisters driven by war, poverty and necessity to leave their homes and their lands to set out as refugees for safer places. Help them, through the intercession of St. Joseph, to find the strength to persevere, give them comfort in sorrows and courage amid their trials. Grant to those who welcome them some of the tender love of this just and wise father, who loved Jesus as a true son and sustained Mary at every step of the way. May he, who earned his bread by the work of his hands, watch over those who have seen everything in life taken away and obtain for them the dignity of a job and the serenity of a home. We ask this through Jesus Christ, your Son, whom St. Joseph saved by fleeing to Egypt, and trusting in the intercession of the Virgin Mary, whom he loved as a faithful husband in accordance with your will. Amen.

photo and text found at https://aleteia.org/
Celebrant/Homilist Schedule
at the Cathedral on January 9/10, 2021

Saturday, January 9, 5:30 pm....Fr. Linebach
Sunday, January 10, 9:30 am....Fr. Linebach
Sunday, January 10, Noon....Fr. Linebach
Sunday, January 10, 5:30 pm....Fr. Linebach
Adult Formation Offering
Six-Week Book Study on Zoom
Please, join us from the comfort of your own home to discuss Robin Diangelo’s best-selling book, White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism
 
According to Wikipedia, this book “discusses many different aspects and manifestations of white fragility that Diangelo encountered in her work as a diversity and inclusion training facilitator.”
 
Father John Judie and Susan Sherman, from St. Margaret Mary, will facilitate this study via Zoom. Participants can join by phone or computer on
Monday evenings, 7pm-8:30pm:
February 1, 8, 15, 22
March 1, 8
 
To ask questions or register, contact Joan Huber, jehuber@gmail.com, 502-409-2495. 
Register by January 24.
 
The book can be purchased on Amazon. For those who do not purchase online, the Cathedral plans to have some copies available for purchase in our office for $10 each. The office is open 9-4, M-F. Please call first to make sure books are in stock: 502-582-2971. 

Did you know?
Closed Captioning Available

Did you know that there is an option when viewing our youtube live streamed Masses or any other youtube video to view with captions? In the first picture below, you can see the bottom of the video screen and that there is a small box, the first one on the right side, that has "cc" in it. Click that for closed captions. The second picture below is an enlargement of the right side where the "cc" option is. Please share this info with anyone who may benefit from this option.
2021 Stewardship
An Act of the Heart
From Pandemic to Post-Pandemic and Beyond
As the new year begins, so does our Cathedral Stewardship year. There will be some familiar elements to accompany the roll-out of the year: mailing of a stewardship letter and form; hearing from committed parishioners at Masses on the January 23/24 weekend; a special stewardship message from Fr. Linebach on January 30/31; and Commitment Sunday the weekend of February 13/14.

What's new? There will be one question we will all be asked to discern on the stewardship form. Living through the pandemic, we have had to rethink so many ordinary parts of our lives, and each of us probably has a real sense of what is essential to build upon. Let us know what is on your heart, your vision, for our parish as we go forward.
2021 Collection for Opportunities for Life


Next weekend’s collection, January 16-17, is designated by the four Kentucky dioceses as part of the Kentucky bishops' unified message advocating for a pro-life culture in our Commonwealth. In the Archdiocese of Louisville, funds from this collection will provide resources to pregnant women and new families in crisis, including material assistance and grant support for programming at Catholic Charities and other organizations providing support to pregnant women and families. If you wish to donate an additional amount over your regular stewardship offering, please designate the amount with your donation. You may also donate online by clicking here.
36th Annual Celebration
in honor of
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 18, 2021 at 10 am
at the
Cathedral of the Assumption


The Archdiocese of Louisville’s Office of Multicultural Ministry and its African American Catholic Ministries will host its annual Community Wide Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Monday, January 18, 2021, at 10am, at the Cathedral. 
 
The theme is “It’s Time to Repair.” Join Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D., the Archdiocesan Gospel Choir and others for a service of prayer and praise honoring Dr. King and all that he fought for.
 
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, in-person attendance is limited. The event will be live-streamed on the Cathedral youtube channel. For more information, contact the Office of Multicultural Ministry at (502)471-2146.

You may have no idea…we’re serving up soup!
Enjoy a meal and support a mission!­ CCL’s Common Table (a culinary arts training program for those facing employment barriers) offers 6-week soup subscriptions and box lunches.
Proceeds go towards tuition. Delivery is available. Next soup order due: January 13, 2021
Learn more: cclou.org/commontable
Substitute Teachers Needed
for Catholic Schools

Do you like to work with children and youth? Are you seeking a part-time job that will enrich your life? The Archdiocese of Louisville is seeking substitute teachers for its preschool through grade 12 elementary and secondary schools, located in seven counties of the Archdiocese (Hardin, Jefferson, Marion, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, and Washington counties). While it is not necessary for substitute teachers to have a teaching certificate, candidates should have at least 60 hours of college credit and must submit a resume, college transcript, and two letters of reference. Applicants also must submit proof of attendance at an archdiocesan safe environment training or attend a training before being hired. Training and ongoing formation will be provided to archdiocesan substitute teachers. To apply, go to www.archlou.org/ocs-employment. For questions about subbing in a Catholic school, please email or call Lori Weiter, lweiter@archlou.org or 502-585-3291. 










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