CONTACT: Jayne Morris | | 859.273.1318 x225
Holding the value of life-long learning, this committee strives to bring scripture and Catholic tradition alive by means of bible studies, small group learning, DVD series, book clubs, speakers and more.
CONTACT: Jayne Morris | | 859.273.1318 x225
Preparing parents for the Baptism of their children through catechesis and group discussion of the history and meaning of the sacrament, as well as the responsibilities of parents in teaching and forming their children in the faith. Class is offered once every two months and catechists are called upon to lead the class every few months.
CONTACT: Jayne Morris | | 859.273.1318 x225
Providing Catholic religious education for students in grades kindergarten through Fifth who attend public and private schools, this program introduces a student to habits of prayer, worship, and liturgical celebrations. Volunteer catechists are trained in the program and are provided materials for the age group they will teach.
CONTACT: Jayne Morris | | 859.273.1318 x225
Providing support and leadership for sacramental preparation of Reconciliation Eucharist and Confirmation.
CONTACT: Kathy Fetko |
Parents and adults help school children learn about Stewardship as a way of life. Each grade has a theme that makes students aware of community needs and are given opportunities to serve those needs. Volunteers work with the teachers throughout the year to focus on the theme through presentations, speakers, ad hands-on experiences. The program is based on our gratitude to God for our blessings and our need and responsibility to give back to God through loving service to others.
CONTACTS: Jayne Morris | | 859.273.1318 x225
A fun-filled week in which children (Kindergarten through Fifth grade) learn more about God’s love for us and how to love others as Jesus taught us. It is scheduled for one week each summer in late June, Monday – Friday, from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Programs for ages 3 and 4 are available to parents who volunteer during the week. Babysitting for those who are volunteering is also available.
Totus Tuus CONTACT:
Jayne Morris | | 859.272.1318 x225
A fun and energetic parish-based summer catechetical program, for both grade school aged children and junior and senior high school students. The program is led by qualified college-aged students and seminiarians that are trained and sent out to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ and his Church throughout the Diocese of Lexington. Totus Tuus takes place the last full week of June. Grades 7-12 meet Sunday-Thursday, 7-9pm. Grades 1-6 meet Monday-Friday, 9am-2:30pm
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) CONTACT:
Joe Copeck | | 859.273.1318 ext 224
The RCIA process provides an opportunity for adults who are seeking initiation (Unbaptized) or full Communion (Baptized Christian) with the Church to learn about the Catholic faith. Inquiry sessions are held on Monday nights from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the back room of church and may be joined any time, just call the office for an appointment to register. When ready, the catechumenate session is Monday night 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. in the back room of church. Those already baptized will move through the sessions according to their need to be brought into Full communion with the Catholic Church.