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Growing and Making Disciples
Through Love of God and Neighbor
Christian Service Commission
The Christian Service Commission was started to address a variety of needs that our parishes can assist or participate in. Each month, on the first Sunday of the month, a second collection will be taken to help fund these programs. Click here to find out more.
Are you a person that may need the services of St. Joe the Worker? The St. Joe the Worker program is a part of the Christian Service Commission developed to assist parishioners that may not be able to do things for themselves or need some extra help. You are responsible for providing materials, the Catholic Community of Sellersburg will provide the workers!
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We will be expanding the hours for Adoration beginning the first Wednesday of Advent, December 2nd. Our expanded hours will be from 8 pm Wednesday Through 12 noon on Friday. Please consider spending an hour with Christ in adoration. email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
3:15 p.m. Confession at St. Joe Hill Chapel
4:00 p.m. Anticipation Mass at St. Joe Hill Chapel
5:45 p.m. Anticipation Mass at St. Paul Chapel
For Children during the
9:30 & 11:15 Masses
Mass-Time Nursery for children age 6 months to 4 years old: The nursery opens 20 minutes before mass for children to be dropped off (with diaper bags if needed). The St. Joe Nursery is in the old school building, & the St. Paul Nursery is in Lutz Hall. See the Beloved Bunch Mass-Time Nursery page for more information.Click Here to Learn more about Volunteering with Children at our Parish!
Children's Liturgy of the Word for children in grades K-5: Children are dismissed from mass to go hear the Readings in words they can understand and return in time for the Presentation of the Gifts. At St. Joe the children go to the old school building and at St. Paul the children go to Gootee Hall.
1. People who have a personal relationship with Jesus and feel comfortable sharing their faith with others.
2. People who are open to the gifts of the Holy Spirit in their lives
3. People who have a knowledge and love of the scriptures.
4. People who know basic Catholic teaching.
5. People who are committed to daily prayer and pray spontaneously when asked to do so.
6. People who are commited to Sunday Eucharist
7. Poeple who see his/her life as given to God's work.
The WSEG will begin our new program, CATCHING FIRE, BECOMING FLAME beginning the third Monday in October. This program is a resource for expanding your knowledge and practice of ancient and contemporary spiritual practices. It will fuel your creativity and appreciation for myriad ways to fall in love with God – which, in the end, is what being on fire is all about. We will have six meeting dates for this program; the third Mondays of Oct., Nov., Jan., Feb., March, and April. We meet from 7-9:00 pm at the St. Joe Hill Campus Religious Education Building.
Please contact Michele Ashby (502-592-3791) if you would like to join the group and for information about getting your book for the program.