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  • Welcome to St. Gregory!

    About St. Gregory Parish

    The faith tradition of Saint Gregory is built upon the living stones of those who have gone before us. Beginning in 1845, many priests, deacons, religious sisters, lay faithful, teachers and families have contributed generously to the building and shaping of our parish community. We are forever grateful to God for their holiness and the heritage they have passed on to us. Today, that faith tradition continues to flourish through the many individuals and families of faith that now comprise our parish.

    St. Gregory’s mission shares in the work of the Archdiocese as we strive to be living examples of the following:

    “With Jesus Christ as our model, and inspired by the Word of God, we are called forth from the Altar to live Gospel stewardship, to welcome the stranger, to serve the needs of others and to nourish spiritual growth at all levels of human development.”

    While we hope you find the information provided here helpful, we know that nothing can take the place of personal contact. So we welcome you to call us, make a visit to Samuels and stop by our office or school and most certainly to celebrate Mass with us!

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  • Mass Times

    • Saturday: 5:00 PM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Sunday: 7:30 AM EnglishEnglishEN 10:30 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Tuesday: 8:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Wednesday: 8:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN when school in not in session 8:45 AM EnglishEnglishEN When school is in session
    • Thursday: 8:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Friday: 8:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick is offered after Mass on First Friday of the Month.
  • Confession Times

    • Saturday: 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM or by appointment
  • Adoration Times

    • 1st Friday: 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM
  • Calendar

    • December 5
      Join Pope Francis in "Sharing the Journey" through prayer and solidarity with the 65 million migrants and refugees who are trying to build better lives. Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D. will preach and preside at a prayer service to observe National Migration Week on Saturday January 6, 2018, 11:30 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Assumption, 433 South Fifth Street. The prayer service will be followed by a reception featuring foods from around the world. Questions? Call or write Mark Bouchard at Catholic Charities, 502-637-9786 or mbouchard@archlou.org.
    • December 5
      Journey of Hope is a unique 15-week divorce recovery ministry program addressing concerns of divorced or separated Catholics. The next 15 week session begins on Thursday, January 11, 2018 but participants can register all the way through February 1, 2018 and join the program in progress up until time. Sessions are 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at St. Joseph Church in Bardstown, KY in the Maloney Room and further information can be found at www.archlou.org/journeyofhope or email family@archlou.org or by calling 502-349-2922.