Please explore the opportunities below. In order to get involved or manage these opportunites…
- Parish Ministries
- Religious Education
- Mass Ministries
- Youth Ministry
- Outreach Ministries
- Groups & Clubs
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Our objectives are to:
- Enhance our own spirituality as individuals, women, and mothers
- Offer opportunities for socialization
- Provide spiritual, social, and developmental opportunities for our children and families
- Provide service to our community
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As companions on the sacred journey, it is the mission of the FLFFC to:
- Support each parishioner at any point on his or her faith journey
- Offer channels through which each parishioner can know God
- Provide opportunities for parishioners to celebrate spiritual milestones together
- Encourage parishioners to minister to one another in Christ’s unconditional love
5:30 Saturday evening Masses
Music ministries vary at the 5:30 Mass, as music is provided by small groups and cantors. Anyone interested in being a cantor for the 5:30 Mass should contact Carey Landry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-848-7538.
Each Sunday liturgy is supported by a different group of musicians. If there is a specific service that you are interested in partipicating in the music for, please contact Carey Landry at email@example.com or call 317-848-7538 and he will put you in contact with the musical coordinator for that liturgy.
- Morning Song: The morning song ministry began in 1998 with the intent of providing quality music at the Sunday 8:00 Mass. The group seeks to provide music for special liturgies (such as 8th grade graduation) as well as other activities in the parish. Anyone who likes to sing or play an instrument is encouraged to join. The group meets weekly on Monday evenings in the church. Anyone who is interested but cannot make weekly meetings is welcome on a part time basis.
- 9:30 Ensemble: This ministry was founded in 1988 when Cary Landry began leading the 9:30 liturgy. The group also provides music for weddings and special parish liturgies such as First Communion, etc.
- 11:30 Group: This sub group of the Music Ministry began in 2001 as a small ensemble and has grown to number 7 or 8 musicians as well as several vocalists. The group meets weekly at 11:30 for Mass and occasionally schedules extra rehearsals five or six times each year.
IHM Adult Choir
The IHM Adult Choir sings for Christmas Eve Mass and pre-Mass program, Holy Week liturgies and the Easter Vigil and other special celebrations during the year. With 25 members currently we are always looking for new members who love to sing. There are no “auditions” for the choir, only the desire to sing from your heart in praise of our God. Please contact Carey Landry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-848-7538 if you are interested.
IHM Children’s Choir
The IHM Children’s Choir leads the music for the 4:00 Christmas eve liturgy in the Activity Center. Children who are 8 years old and older are invited to join the choir. Parents should contact Lori Bisser if interested.
IHM Youth Music
The IHM youth Music is a group of teen vocalists and instrumentalists who support parish liturgies, which can include 11:30am Mass once a month and the Confirmation Mass. Please contact Kyle Murphy at email@example.com or call 317-257-2266 if you are interested in sharing your talents with the IHM Youth Music Ministry.
The Cathedral Soup Kitchen provides a brunch from 8:45 am to 10:00 am Monday through Friday and a noon meal on Sunday from noon to 12:45. The meals are open to everyone, and there are no eligibility requirements. Volunteers are needed on the 4th Sunday of every other month. Responsibilities include preparing, serving, and cleaning up after the meal provided for our hungry inner city neighbors. Contact Info
Growing Food for the Greater Good!
The community garden was founded in 2005 with the intent to celebrate the spirituality of gardening while generating quality produce for those in need. Gardening reminds us how precious God’s environment is and that small things can grow and thrive when nurtured. A strong emphasis is also placed on introducing children to gardening. Children and their families learn how to plant a seed, tend the garden and donate the harvest to help feed people in need. By delivering the produce to nearby food pantries, children and families can provide accessibility of fresh food, as well as experience the impact of giving back directly to the community around us. Having the ability to experience this right in our backyard is priceless. Click here for more information
The new pantry is located at 42nd and Boulevard Place. Any questions contact Trinda Metzger at 753-6837 or firstname.lastname@example.org