Catholic Kids Camp 2018 – Register Today!

St. Stephen Cathedral Catholic Kids Camp (Vacation Bible School) June 18 through June 22, 20189:00 am to 12:00 Noon each day – McRaith Catholic Center Basement This year’s program is Set Sail with the Holy Trinity. It features reading from The Adventures of St. Patrick storybook and age-appropriate learning based on Sacred Scripture and Catholic Tradition.…

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Marriage Matters at the Cathedral – Spring Schedule

Come share food, fun, and fellowship along with great marriage enrichment videos and discussion. Marriage Matters meets on Sunday evenings at from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Community Center. The meeting time coincides with Youth Group, and child care will be provided. Click for updates and to RSVP.  Please plan to join [email protected] Cathedral!

Cathedral Preschool Earns 5-STAR Rating

Congratulations to Pam Weafer, Bonnie Stuart, and the entire team at Cathedral Preschool!   The Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services, Division of Child Care and the Kentucky Department of Education certify that Cathedral Preschool has earned a 5-STAR rating by meeting the standards for Level Five in the Kentucky All…

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Welcome Back Gatherings

Monthly meetings are offered for those who have been baptized Catholic but have not been fully involved with the Church.  Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the Media Center (located inside the Parish Office; entrance through rear door of the Parish Office off the parking lot). We look forward…

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Tour the Cathedral

Cathedral Tours are available throughout the year for groups or  individuals. Our Tour Guides provide an educational, interesting overview of the beauty and history of St. Stephen Cathedral.  To schedule a tour, call the Parish Office at 270-683-6525.

May 27, 2018, The Most Holy Trinity

In Relationship with God! The solemnity of the Holy Trinity sounds like a theorist’s dream, a celebration of speculation fired by the theological Daring that attempts to explain God. But if we take our clues from the Scripture readings for this solemnity, we realize that this celebration simply focuses on the concrete relationships God initiates…

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May 20, 2018 Pentecost

I.  Feast of Pentecost is an outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the Church—upon us who make up the Church! The sacred Scriptures leading up to this remarkable feast of the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity, speak of the Spirit as an Advocate (the very best attorney in the country, in the world),…

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May 13, 2018 Ascension of the Lord

I.  Mothers and godmothers: today is a great day to connect with our godmothers as well as our mothers (living and deceased) those who have exemplified unconditional love, and have connected us with God. We include prayers for mothers facing challenges, including those who are pregnant, facing infertility, mourning, endangered, and more. Many women feel sadness…

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May 6, 2018

I. Mary Crowning to honor our foremost saint takes place the first Sunday of May each year. We honor and respect Mary, Mother of Jesus and our Mother. Immediately after the 9:00 Mass, we process with our First Communion and Confirmation parishioners to Mary’s grotto (between the church and the rectory). Special thanks to John…

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April 29, 2018

I. Month of May Honors Mary! The person of Mary is the image most created by artists of all times! Because Mary is the mother of Jesus, true God and true man, and the perfect disciple, we honor (not adore) her; furthermore, true, healthy devotion to Mary always points the way to her Son, Jesus. Next Sunday,…

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April 15, 2018, Third Sunday of Easter

I. Promise, Protect, Pledge and Pray:  Every April, the Nation engages in Child Abuse Prevention Awareness.  In a country so prosperous and so affluent and so scientifically and electronically advanced, we suffer from a huge disease—the children of our country need our help. So many are neglected, mistreated, starved and unloved. Join the faithful in…

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April 8, 2018

I.  Divine Mercy Sunday: initiated by (Saint) Pope John Paul II on May 5, 2000 and affirmed by Pope Francis, the second Sunday of Easter, celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus over sin, darkness and death, is Divine Mercy Sunday, also known as  the Feast of Divine Mercy or St. Thomas Sunday.  In a revelation to…

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April 1, 2018 EASTER Sunday

I.  Happy Resurrection and Welcome! Easter is bigger than baskets and bonnets, colored or chocolate eggs. For Christians around the world, Easter celebrates Jesus’ Risen Life, but also our share in it. Easter celebrate Jesus’ love for all humanity, but also our call to love as Jesus did. Easter is about darkness giving way to…

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