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Called to be a real presence of Jesus in the Highlands, The Catholic Community of St. Francis of Assisi joyfully welcomes all, serves those in need, and passes on the gifts we have been given. 

Catholic Community of St. Francis of Assisi

Mass Times

Lent & Easter Triduum
Thursday, April 18 ~ Holy Thursday 7 pm
Friday, April 19 ~ Good Friday 7 pm
Saturday, April 20 ~ Easter Vigil 8:30 pm
Sunday, April 21 ~ Easter Masses 9 am & 11 am

Regularly Scheduled Masses

Saturday 4:30 pm
Sunday 10:00 am
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday (No Mass on Thursday) 8:30 am

Please check the bulletin for Holy Days.

Reconciliation
*Every Saturday 2:30 -3:30pm

Rosary
Monday, Tuesday, Friday 8:15 am

Capital Campaign Town Hall Presentation

Music Notes

During the Easter Season we will be singing the proper Introits for our opening hymn.  All of these are easy to sing and will be presented in the same fashion as the Responsorial Psalm.  This video is a recording of the Introit for Easter Morning.  I will continue to post the songs as I’m able.  I hope you find these as uplifting and praiseworthy of our risen Lord as I do. 

Inspiration Corner

Click below to go to Dynamic Catholic's Lenten reflections

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Office Hours

8:30 am to 4 pm Monday - Friday

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Bible Study News

SFA Bible Study will start on Wednesday, March 13th from 7-8:30 p.m., in church. The books that we will be using can be purchased through the parish at $10/each. For questions, contact Suzann McGarvey at 502-456-6394.

Book Club

SFA Book Club’s discussion of Ron Rolheiser’s book The Holy Longing was a great success! Our next Book Club meeting will be April 28 after Mass, in the Library, and we will be discussing Matthew Kelly’s The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity, which was given to parishioners at Christmas. Copies are still available by the church doors. We hope you will join us!

Formation Session

The Formation Committee held its first “mini-session” on prayer after Mass on January 13. Joann Jones led a short introduction on the Rosary as prayer. Please join us for these upcoming Mini-Sessions. Each session will last 30 minutes and will take place after the 10 am Mass.

 May 5:  Introduction to the Chaplet of Divine Mercy

Faith Club Fun

Photo Albums

News from the Vatican

Cardinal Bo prays for Philippines quake victims

The President of the Federation of the Asian Bishops’ Conferences expresses his sorrow for the earthquakes that have struck the Philippines causing death and destruction.

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Dozens die following floods in South Africa and Colombia

Severe weather conditions in South Africa and Colombia provoke floods and landslides that leave dozens of people dead and hundreds homeless.

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Pope at Audience: ‘We are forgiven as we forgive others’

In his continuing catechesis on the Our Father at the Wednesday General Audience, Pope Francis reminds us that we are forgiven in the measure with which we forgive those who trespass against us.

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Archbishop's Twitter

As we approach the ordination of three more priests next month, watch Conversations with Archbishop Kurtz to find out about their formation in seminary. See https://t.co/MeQh57oT1m

As we approach the ordination of three more priests next month, watch Conversations with Archbishop Kurtz to find out about their formation in seminary. See http://ow.ly/DqEL30oo0YE

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A Blessed Easter at St Bernard of Clairvaux Church in Casey Co for Confirmation, 1st Holy Communion & blessing of new Marian Shrine. https://t.co/dHJbKqSsr4

A Blessed Easter at St Bernard of Clairvaux Church in Casey Co for Confirmation, 1st Holy Communion & blessing of new Marian Shrine.

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At Epiphany Church for Polish Blessing of traditional Easter Baskets. Christ is risen! https://t.co/6vm3TGBDvS

At Epiphany Church for Polish Blessing of traditional Easter Baskets. Christ is risen!

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