St. John the Apostle Catholic Church celebrates the diversity of our families and unites our parish as a worshiping community by reaching out to all people with the word of God. Our mission is to enrich the mind, body and spirit by fostering Christian ideals and beliefs for all; especially for the youth, elderly, sick, and poor.
Mission Statement St.
John’s is a faith-filled, visionary Catholic community that strives to
be a responsible, supportive and compassionate neighbor.
Identity Statement: St. John the Apostle is a parish community of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville and was established in 1892 as St. George Parish. In 1931 the parish name was changed to St. John the Apostle. St. John’s has a proud heritage.
** PLEASE NOTE **
We have been informed by Rodney Pickering that we will need to be out of Church starting March 1st and will remain out of the Church until all work is complete (projected mid-June but praying for earlier).
No one will be allowed in Church during this next phase due to safety reasons.
· Stations of the Cross will STOP (last one at St. John’s will be February 23rd) St. Martin has Stations on Friday’s at 7pm
· Adoration will STOP
· Confessions – Saturday’s by appointment
· Lenten Penance (Monday, March 21) 7pm in the gym classrooms A, B & E
· Holy Thursday – will be in the gym
· Funerals will be held in the gym
all-new Bible and the Virgin Mary study for Free!
The 2016 Archdiocesan Men’s Conference registration is now open. Go to http://cmclouisville.net/ to find out more about this year’s conference and registration options. The title of this year’s conference is “Made for More” and our keynote speaker is Curtis Martin. I have attached a flyer with more details.