Give to Your Parish
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, public celebration of Catholic Mass has been suspended until further notice. Through the online giving option below, parishioners can continue to provide critical financial support directly to their parishes, or to parishes in greatest need, while weekend Mass collections are suspended:
Make a Gift to Your Parish >
Louisville Metro COVID-19 Information Flyer (English)
Louisville Metro COVID-19 Information Flyer (Spanish)
Social Service Outreach
Talking to Children About COVID-19
Web page for Centers for Disease Control-COVID-19 Information
Web page for State of Kentucky COVID-19 Information
March 12, 2020 – Superintendents’s Update on School Closings
March 20, 2020 – Superintendent’s Announcement-In Person Instruction
April 2, 2020 – Superintendent’s Update on In-Person Instruction
April 20, 2020 – Superintendent’s Update
Prayers/Devotions/Liturgy of the Hours
A Special Indulgence for faithful suffering from COVID-19 disease, health care workers, family members, and all who care for them can be found here.
Act of Spiritual Communion
Adult Order of the Mass
Catholic Prayer and Practices for Young Disciples: Order of the Mass
Daily readings, prayer, and reflections at Give Us This Day
Examination of Conscience/Act of Perfect Contrition
Indulgence for COVID-19 Patients and Caregivers
Liturgy of the Hours daily (Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer, etc.)
Plenary Indulgence COVID-19
Pray with Magnificat
Prayer Service for Protection from Illness
Prayer to Our Lady of Prompt Succor (courtesy Archdiocese of New Orleans)
Prayer to Your Guardian Angel When You Cannot Attend Daily Mass
Sunday Prayer at Home (courtesy of Fr. Larry Tensi, Archdiocese of Cincinnati)
USCCB Prayer in light of Coronavirus, to the Holy Virgin of Guadalupe:
Archbishop Kurtz prays the Rosary (English and Spanish) here. This also airs on WLCR 1040 AM Holy Family Radio at 8 a.m. weekdays and 5 p.m. on weekends.
The Office of Hispanic Ministry is issuing an invitation to participate in praying the Holy Rosary daily. To make it part of our Lenten daily observance. The goal is to create a “Prayer Network” in the community and ask God to help us with this situation to which we are vulnerable.
Individuals and families will pray where they are at any of the following times: 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. These times are chosen to allow families to pray with their children before bed or later for those who arrive home from work later in the day.
La Oficina del Ministerio Hispano quiere hacer la invitación a la participación del rezo del Santo Rosario diariamente, hagámoslo parte de nuestra jornada de Cuaresma. El objetivo es crear una “Red de Oración” en la comunidad y pedirle a Dios que nos ayude con esta situación a la cual somos vulnerables.
Cada persona/familia rezará de donde se encuentre en cualquiera de los siguientes horarios: 7p.m. o 9p.m., siendo así, habrá la facilidad para quienes deseen rezarlo con sus niños antes de acostarlos y más tarde para quienes lleguen de trabajar más tarde.
Resources for Parents