Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you!

A huge thank you to all who supported our drive-by chicken dinner! We were overwhelmed with your generosity and willingness to participate in our first drive-by dinner. We had a few hiccups but for the most part, it was a great success! We sold over 500 dinners! Even the rain did not deter us! A huge thank you to Marc Veigl and Steve Byers who pulled this together with the help of Eric Wiseman, Nancy Matos, and Craig Boughey. Thanks to the chicken fryers, the kitchen cooks, the volunteers who assembled the dinners in any way, and to the Knights of Columbus for their support and hard work! It is truly a great time to be a Brave!




Father Scott Murphy was born in the Catholic Holy Land in the small town of Loretto, Kentucky.  Following the reception of the sacrament of Confirmation at age 13, he began to wonder if he was being called to the priesthood. At 16 he moved to Cheshire, Connecticut to attend a high school seminary ran by the Legionaries of Christ. The following stages of seminary training in this religious congregation took place in various parts of the world including Dublin- Ireland, White Plains- New York, Madison- Wisconsin, and Rome- Italy. University studies began with a year of classical humanities and over the course of 10 years, he achieved a licentiate in philosophy, specializing in anthropology and ethics, and in Theology, specializing in spiritual theology. Both degrees were attained at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome.  A three-year pastoral assignment during seminary was dedicated to youth groups, retreats, and summer camps in the north-central part of the United States. Ordained a priest on Dec. 12, 2009, Father Scott returned to youth work, this time in the Ohio Valley Region. He later returned to Italy and served as chaplain to the English-speaking community of Florence in the Church of Santi Apostoli where he served for six years. After prayerful discernment, he asked to transfer back home from the Legionaries of Christ to the Archdiocese of Louisville.  He was assigned to St James Church in Elizabethtown, KY in February of 2019 as an associate pastor.