UNITED IN MERCY - A dialogue to build a bridge within our community -
Bishop John Stowe, OFM Conv. (Catholic Diocese of Lexington),
Rabbi David Wirtschafter (Temple Adath Israel)
Ashraf Fahmy (Islamic Center)
Sts. Peter and Paul School Theater
(between St Paul Church and the Lexington Opera House on West Short Street)
Monday, August 29, at 6:30pm.
Building upon the relationships begun at United in Spirit,
fostering the "culture of encounter."
“We must create a “culture of encounter,” a culture of friendship,
a culture in which we find brothers and sisters,
in which we can also speak with those who think differently,
as well as those who hold other beliefs,
They all have something in common with us:
they are images of God; they are children of God.”
Diocese of Lexington - http://www.cdlex.org/
Saturday Vigil: 4pm
Sunday: 8am, 10am
Misa en espanol: 12:45pm & 7pm
Mass Tuesday - Friday: 10am
First Friday Eucharistic Adoration
Begins after morning Mass
Vespers and Benediction at 5pm
First Monday of the month: 10am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Wednesday: 5 - 6pm
Saturday: 3 - 3:45pm
Anytime by appointment
“May the Church
be a place of mercy and of hope in God,
where everyone can feel welcomed, loved,
forgiven and encouraged to live the good life of the Gospel.
And to feel welcomed, loved, forgiven, encouraged,
the Church’s doors must be open,
so that all may come
and that we can go out of those doors
and proclaim the Gospel!”
-- Pope Francis
Our historic church was built in 1865.
For 150 years,
we have welcomed people
of every race, language and way of life
into our diverse downtown community.
We celebrate and honor all abilities.