Becomes involved in justice issues of our day .
An organization of men who minister to the community through acts of charity.
An organization who ministers to the community. They assist with food, clothing, furniture and basic living expenses.
Five (5) percent of church collections are used to fund assistance to the local community for a variety of needs.
Offers a meal following funerals held at Holy Name. Includes serving and cleaning up after the meal and/or supplying a dish to be served.
Enhance a Christ centered community by promoting the sanctity and joy of Catholic Family Life! Events include: Backpack blessings, Easter Egg Hunt, Trunk-or-Treat, etc.
This group meets monthly. They clean the church weekly on a monthly rotation, launders and irons the purificators weekly. They host receptions.
This ministry meets monthly. They attend noon day mass and meet in the parish hall for pot luck and a guest speaker.
Formed to educate and assist with health matters.
This committee plans social functions for the parish.
Volunteers help prepare mailings, answers phone, computer input, etc. Call the parish office if interested.
An international Catholic fraternal organization which supports charitable acts both locally and internationally.
This is a service provided through the Diocesan Office. Provides support and fellowship for those going through a separation or who are already divorced. Owensboro Diocese 270-683-1545.
A ministry which plans and recommends landscaping beatification of the church grounds.
Held for children ages 4 through 6th grade. Included are catechists (teachers), aides, musicians, child care and arts and crafts, etc.
Keeps in contact with college students, sending cards, letters, email, and care packages during exams.
Couples volunteering to help those preparing for marriage.
In depth look at Scriptures. And other faith formation books
Holy Name's Hispanic community is very active within the parish. They contribute to all parish functions, providing the food and entertainment at many. We offer a Spanish Mass each Sunday at 1:00pm.
Each Tuesday, 6:00pm in the Panis Angelicus Chapel the rosary is prayed
Includes liturgical education (both of members and of the Parish as a whole), environment and music, the training of ministers for specific roles and execution of tasks which are needed for the celebration of various Liturgies. Plus evaluations of all Liturgies in the Parish.
Each Saturday morning after 7:00am daily mass they meet for an in depth look at Scriptures. And other faith formation books