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Published on May 27th, 2011

Dear Parishioners,

Many thanks to everyone who participated in the reception last Sunday to honor and thank Larry Lyon.  It was a wonderful time for Larry and his family and for all who were present.  I want to offer a particular word of thanks to our Parish Pastoral Council, as well as to Todd Johnson who was responsible for cooking the chicken and creating the slide show.  To all of you, a job well-done!

Last Sunday was the final day of Faith Formation for our elementary students.  I and the entire parish are especially grateful to our faithful catechists who have given of their time so generously for our children.  Of course, we are grateful for the leadership of Sr. Therese Francis and to you parents who are so dedicated and committed to your children’s religious formation.

Congratulations to all our high school graduates of the class of 2011.  Your names are listed elsewhere in the bulletin, but I want you to know that your parish family shares your joy and is proud of your accomplishments.  The same is true of our college graduates, as well.  Likewise, I express our collective congratulations to Matthew Constant who received his doctorate from WKU this spring, and to Donna Murphy who just earned her MA in theology from St. Meinrad.  I also want to acknowledge Haley Riney, who received her doctorate in physical therapy last August.  Congratulations to all for your academic achievements.

Today (Sunday) is Fr. Brandon’s first anniversary of his ordination.  We congratulate him and thank him for his faithful service to our community this past year.  We are grateful that Bishop Medley has allowed him to remain with us for another year.

Love, Fr. John

The Catholic community of Saint Stephen Cathedral serves to welcome, evangelize and worship in the name of Jesus Christ.
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