Welcome to St. Edward Catholic Community

Our door is open… our table is set… all are welcome here!

We are a diverse group of people from many lifestyles and histories, joined by our common belief in God and in his son, Jesus, the Christ. Please stay and visit. Find out about us. Learn about who we are and what we believe.

“In Christ we are all strangers no more. Come to our gathering and praise.”

coronavirus (COVID-19) information

Archbishop Kurtz’s Messages

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  At-Home OptionsCOVID19

Message About Governor Beshear’s Remarks Regarding Public Worship

Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic Schools “Healthy at School” System Re-Entry Plan for 2020-21 July 28, 2020

ST EDWARD DRIVE-THRU CHICKEN DINNER

The picnic committee is sponsoring a drive-thru fried chicken dinner Saturday, August 22, 2020, from 5-7 pm. It will be a boxed dinner that will include: 2 pieces of light or dark meat (breast and wing OR leg and thigh), noodles, green beans, slaw, roll, and dessert of bread pudding. There will be NO substitutions available. To help to determine the number of meals to provide please use sign up @ Sign up for chicken here.

The cost is $10/box. A credit card or cash will be accepted.

This drive-thru box dinner will follow all COVID 19 guidelines. Any questions please email Cathy Cooke at crc40299@gmail.com.

A sign-up sheet for workers is also available @ Sign up to help work here.

 

ST EDWARD CAPITAL PRIZE NEWS

 
 

Archbishop Kurtz has issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation for the Archdiocese of Louisville, until further notice. Anyone who is sick or living with someone who is sick should stay home, as should those who feel vulnerable for any other reason.

The Edward church will be sanitized between Masses. All daily Masses will be in the church, not the chapel. Weekend Masses: Saturday at 4:00 pm (this Mass will be streamed live on our Facebook and posted on YouTube and Website on Sunday), Sunday at 8:30 am & 11:00 am, and Sunday at 1:00 pm our Spanish Mass (this Mass will be streamed live on Facebook and posted on YouTube and Website on Monday).

GUIDELINES FOR MASS AT ST EDWARD CHURCH

  1. Please take your temperature before coming to church. Do not come if you are sick.
  2. Please come wearing a mask.
  3. Wash your hands.
  4. Stay 6 feet apart from one household to another at all times.
  5. Use the restroom before coming to church. The 2 single restrooms in the sacristy hallway will be open but use them at your own risk. The restrooms will only be cleaned between Masses.
  6. Doors to the church will be open, so you do not have to touch them.
  7. Take a mask, if you don’t have one. Available until we run out. (Gloves are available if you need.)
  8. Drop off your Sunday Offering in the appropriate baskets, NEAR THE WORSHIP AIDS, in the gathering space before entering the church.
  9. Take a worship aid when you enter and leave it in that basket as you leave.
  10. Sit in every other pew. (Pews are marked off) Please sit 6 feet from the next household.
  11. No singing except responsorial psalm.
  12. Wait for an usher to lead you through Communion distribution. (Only the host, no cup, & not on the tongue.)
  13. Stay 6 feet apart when moving through Communion distribution. Follow the blue arrows on the floor (spaced 6’ apart) and Ushers will assist you with this.
  14. Follow ushers dismissal procedure for leaving the pews and exiting Church at the end of Mass.
  15. Put your worship aid in the basket you picked it up from as you leave. We will throw these away.
  16. Pick up a bulletin on your way out only.
  17. WHILE AT CHURCH PLEASE AVOID CONGREGATING IN GROUPS LARGER THAN THREE OR FOUR PEOPLE AND DO NOT HAVE ANY KIND OF GATHERINGS EITHER IN CHURCH OR THE GATHERING SPACE, PLEASE DO SO IN THE PARKING LOT ONLY. 

ACTUALIZACIÓN DEL PLAN ARCHIDIOCESANO PARA ABRIR NUESTRAS PARROQUIAS PARA LITURGIAS PÚBLICAS, INCLUYENDO LA MISA.

La iglesia será desinfectada entre misas. La misa diaria comienza el 20 de mayo de 2020. Todas las misas diarias serán en la iglesia, no en la capilla. Las misas de fin de semana comienzan el 23/24 de mayo de 2020: sábado a las 4:00 p.m. (esta misa se transmitirá en vivo en nuestro Facebook y se publicará en YouTube y en el sitio web el domingo), domingo a las 8:30 a.m. y 11:00 a.m., y domingo a la 1:00 pm nuestra misa en español (esta misa se transmitirá en vivo en Facebook y se publicará en YouTube y en el sitio web el domingo).
DIRECTRICES PARA LA MISA EN LA IGLESIA DE ST EDWARD

-Por favor, tómese la temperatura antes de venir a la iglesia. —No venga si está enfermo.
-Por favor, utilice máscarilla
-Lávese las manos.
-Manténgase a 2 metros de distancia de un lugar a otro en todo momento.
-Use el baño antes de venir a la iglesia. Los 2 baños individuales en el pasillo de la sacristía estarán abiertos, pero úselos bajo su propio riesgo. Los baños solo se limpiarán entre misas.
-Las puertas de la iglesia estaran abiertas para que no tenga que tocarlas.
-Si no tiene mascarilla puede agarrar una. Disponible hasta que se agoten. (Los guantes están disponibles si es necesario).
-Deje su ofrenda dominical en las cestas a la entrada de la iglesia.
-Tome una guia de la misa cuando entre y déjela en la misma canasta cuando salga.
-Las bancas están marcadas. Por favor, siéntese a 2 metros de separacion de la otra persona.
-No cantar, excepto el salmo responsorial.
-Espere a que sacerdote le lleve la Comunión a su lugar. Reciba la hostia en la mano solamente.
-Manténgase a 2 metros de distancia cada vez que se mobilice. Siga las flechas azules en el piso (espaciadas a 2 metros) habran personas encargadas para ayudarle.
-Siga el procedimiento de salida de los encargados para abandonar las bancas y salir de la Iglesia al final de la misa.
-Al salir, ponga la guia de la misa en la canasta de donde la recogio) Las tiraremos a la basura.
-Recoja el boletin, solo a la salida.
MIENTRAS ESTE EN LA IGLESIA EVITE CONGREGARSE EN GRUPOS MÁS GRANDES QUE TRES O CUATRO PERSONAS Y NO TENGA NINGÚN TIPO DE REUNIONES EN LA IGLESIA O A LA ENTRADA DE LA IGLESIA, SOLO EN EL ESTACIONAMIENTO.

My Old Kentucky Home sung by Fr Troy Overton after Mass on Saturday, May 2, 2020

St Edward Church Mass Schedule

St Edward Catholic Church Weekend Mass will be Streamed Live on FaceBook, St Edward Catholic Church FaceBook, at 4:00 pm on Saturdays and 1:00 pm on Sundays (Hispanic). Then Sunday you can watch here, Facebook, or YouTube St Edward Catholic Church Youtube.

 

Meditations on an Empty Church by Fr Troy

Letter from Fr Troy on Spiritual Communion March 2020

Letter from Fr Troy Overton on the Pandemic

Hispanic Letter from Fr Troy Overton on the Pandemic

Confessions are at 3 pm on Saturdays, face to face, or call the office.

 

New Member Packet

If you would like to be a member at St Edward, please fill out the papers below and drop them in the collection basket, mail them to the parish office, or drop in the dropbox on the front of the parish office door. You will receive a welcome packet in the mail after membership papers are processed.

2020 Membership Papers

St Edward Church Guide Book 2020

Mass Times

Day Start Time
Saturday – Streamed Live on our FaceBook 4:00 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM
11:00 AM
Sunday Spanish Speaking Mass 1:00 PM
Monday Communion Service 8:00 AM
Tuesday 8:00 AM
Wednesday 8:00 AM
Thursday 8:00 AM
Friday 8:00 AM
Saturday Communion Service with The Rosary 8:00 AM

SNOW DAYS: When Jefferson County Schools are closed, there will be NO morning (8 am) Mass or communion service.

Bulletins 

Stations of the Cross

The First Friday of the month after Mass

Reconciliation

Saturdays @ 3:00 PM

Parish Office Hours

Monday-Thursday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday: 9:00am – 12:00pm (Noon)

Parish Calendar


All other St. Edward community calendars

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