St. John The Apostle Church

515 Broadway Street, Brandenburg, Kentucky, USA

Weekend Masses
Saturday 4:30 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM

Weekday Masses
Parish Church: 8:00 AM
Adoration: Saturday 3:30 PM


Business Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 4:30 PM

Bulletin Deadline: Thursday, 4 pm (9 days prior to publication)

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Ministry

Devotional life of the Church. ... In its devotion the Church makes a distinction (Catechism of the Catholic Church, s2132) between respectful veneration on one hand and adoration or worship on the other. Adoration is due to God alone - this includes the Eucharist, since Christ is truly present.

News & Information

Are you new to the parish or did your address change?  Please introduce yourself to Father Kevin & fill out your Welcome packet. For changes, registration cards are available at the doors of Church or by contacting the parish office. Return them in the collection basket or to the parish office.

Bulletins

Parish bulletins often get ignored. We grab them after Mass, glance over them while we eat our donut and drink our coffee, and then usually get discarded a day or two later. However, parish bulletins are actually most common and frequent means a pastor has to communicate with his flock outside of the liturgy. As such, they provide many pastoral and catechetical opportunities that frequently go untapped. Please take a few moments and read them.

Are you New?

Please introduce yourself to Father Kevin & fill out your Welcome packet. For changes, registration cards are available at the doors of Church or by contacting the parish office. Return them in the collection basket or to the parish office.

Parish Pastoral Council:
Ed Kopp - Chairperson
Mike LaFrance - Vice-Chair
Jeff Kendrick
Anita Sullivan
Suzy Ashcrat
Renee Miller

Jennie Cooper is our new Service Chair Person!
She is interested in offering the following: welcome/potluck dinners for the parishioners, take-them-a-meal for new moms or people after hospitalization, and other get-togethers. She will be in charge of the reception after Confirmation and the dinner for our high school seniors in the spring. She asked, and it was passed on to provide an e-mail email address to her. She will email everyone when someone is needed and see who would like to help. Most of the time she will need someone to help decorate, someone to cut the cake or serve punch! She might ask for volunteers to take a meal to someone needing it.  

Parish Council Selection Process

Nominations are now open for (2) three year positions. All nominations are
subject to the approval of the pastor. Nominations are open until October 1.

The Parish Council is an advisory body to the pastor on areas of parish life. To serve on the Parish Council you must be at least 18 years of age; a fully initiated (Received the Sacraments of Initiation) registered member of the parish; and a Catholic in good standing.

The new members will be chosen using a selection process rather than an election process. To nominate yourself or someone else, please complete the form below and return to the Parish Office no later than Monday, October 1. If you nominate someone other than yourself, you must first obtain that person’s permission. Each person nominated will be contacted because each nominee must accept the nomination to be considered for the council.

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I nominate (Name) ____________________________(Phone #)____________________________
to be a member of St. John’s Parish Council. I received permission from this person, if other than myself, to have their name placed in the selection process.

Harvest Fest

Harvest Fest items need: If you are crafty or have a unique
talent, please consider making & donating an item to the
Live or Silent Auction. We also need Jar booth, Dollar Fest
& Dime Pitch items. Contact Debbie Jones 668-4326.

WLHN 95.3 FM Meade County Catholic Radio (MCCR)

 A non-profit radio station which broadcasts the EWTN radio signal to the citizens of Meade County located in Kentucky. MCCR does not receive any financial support from the Archdiocese of Louisville. It is able to stay on the air due to the generosity of the listeners and the support of the four local parishes: St. John the Apostle, St. Martin of Tours, St. Mary Magdalen of Pazzi, and St. Theresa of Avila.

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