Rule of Benedict 4:20-21 — Your way of acting should be different from the world’s way; the love of Christ must come before all else.
Good afternoon. It’s been a few days since I’ve emailed you. That doesn’t mean that I have let up on my prayers for you, just a little reprieve from the emails!
First off, my thanks to all the Parish and School Staff and our Volunteers for keeping things running so smoothly. In strange times, some normalcy is certainly helpful.
Second, created in the image and likeness of God, we’re made for relationships. Please use the phone or computer to be in touch with loved ones for your own peace and theirs.
OUR FATHER, WEDNESDAY 5AM
Pope Francis has encouraged that the world over pray the Lord’s Prayer tomorrow, Wednesday, March 25, the Solemnity of the Annunciation. For us, in the central time zone, that’s at 5:00AM. If that time isn’t manageable for you, please pray the Lord’s Prayer for healing the world sometime tomorrow.
PARISH OFFICE CLOSED
Starting Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the parish offices will be closed. Staff members will continue to monitor voicemail and email, process mail, and prepare bank deposits, however there will not be regular hours. Probably the best way to contact the parish is email.
Phone extensions for (812) 425-3369
Kelley Coppens 151 Melanie McMinn 154
Kari Ford (812) 425-4596 Fr. Godfrey Mullen 153
Jeremy Korba 162 Sr. Pat McGuire 160
Youth Ministry will be handled via email.
EUCHARISTIC EXPOSITION & CONFESSION
Adoration and Confession will continue for now as scheduled. Remember, no more than 10 people in church at a time.
Adoration in the body of the church
Confessions in the sacristy
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday 9:45-10:45AM
Tuesday, Thursday 4:30-5:30PM
Friday, Saturday 12:00-1:00PM
Through the kindness of Jeremy Korba and Regent Promotions, we continue to live-stream Mass through our FaceBook page (Saint Benedict Cathedral & School). We are still exploring other possibilities for streaming outside of FaceBook as well.
Saturday, also at 4:00PM
May God bring healing and peace to the world. Let’s continue to seek unity with one another, pray for those who are ill and in harm’s way, and continue to trust and hope in our merciful God!
Again, count on my prayers.