Online Resources

Social Services

LouieConnect: Available online at and as a smartphone app. It provides resources specific to your location, is available in English and Spanish, and at this time has a banner directing people on how to contact the health department regarding COVID-19.

Food Assistance: Find a Dare to Care distribution center near you by clicking here or call 502-966-3821. All distribution centers are currently operating as usual, while some pantries and kitchens are temporarily closed.

Dare to Care Kid's Cafe sites are providing Grab and Go meals for children 18 and under on weeknights.

JCPS is providing lunches to students during school closure. Click here for a list of pick-up locations.

The Metro March for Meals program will distribute up to 1,000 frozen meal packs per day to people 60 years of age and older at six locations throughout the community on a rotating schedule. Meals are available on a first-come, first-served basis from 10 am until Noon and are limited to one box per person and to five frozen meals per week. Older adults in need are advised to go to the center closest to their homes for assistance.

Monday: Shawnee Community Center

Tuesday: Beechmont Community Center

Wednesday: Sun Valley Community Center

Wednesday: East Government Center

Thursday: Wilderness Road Senior Center

Friday: Arthur S. Kling Center

Medical Care for the uninsured is available at Family Community Clinic, 1420 East Washington Street. At this time, they are operating as usual.

West Louisville Community Ministries: provides assistance with rent, utilities, etc.

Catholic Enrichment Center: click here to be directed to the website.

Parishioners Helping Parishioners

We encourage parishioners to stay connected and support one another in this challenging time. We are particularly concerned about the most vulnerable in our community. Do you know a parishioner who might need a check in phone call, someone to pick up their groceries, or food assistance? Please check in on one another!

Spiritual Communion

There are spiritual alternatives for those who cannot attend Mass. Reading the scriptures and prayers, or hearing the readings proclaimed and the Gospel preached by watching televised versions of the Mass offers the benefit of spiritual communion. These are available from many sources - online video streams, radio, and television. Please see the list below.


Christ Jesus,

I love You above all things,

and I desire to receive You.

Since I cannot at this moment

receive You sacramentally,

come spiritually into my heart.

I embrace You as if You were already there

and unite myself wholly to You.

Never permit me to be separated from You.


Televised and live-streamed masses

Sunday Mass live-streamed at 11:00am, found on the parish Facebook page (click the logo at the bottom of the page).

Archdiocese of Louisville - list of virtual Masses (Click here)

Mass of the Air, 10:30am Sunday on WHAS 11

Online Prayer resources

Apps: Download from the App Store:

iBreviary - Liturgy of the Hours, Mass readings and prayers

Laudate - Daily Readings, Saint of the Day, Daily Prayer, Rosary, Mass, Stations of the Cross, Liturgy of the Hours

Centering Prayer from Contemplative Outreach - resources, instructions, guidelines and timing for personal silent prayer

Online Daily Prayer

Give Us This Day, Living with Christ, and Magnificat are free online during COVID-19. Click on their names to be taken to their websites.