LIFE, LIFE, LIFE
This Sunday at the 11:30 Mass this Sunday the following three will be confirmed and come into full communion with the Roman Catholic Church
They are Jachimike “Jachi” Onuoha, Ronnie Withers and Jenny Millen.
They have waited a long time for this, especially with COVID-19.
Please keep them in your prayers.
Special thanks to Art Mize, who has help guide these wonderful people through the RCIA process and even during the COVID-19 quarantine.
Allday Family Update
Below is a picture of Gianna Allday in the NICU at UK. She is holding her own and is off the ventilator for the time being. The picture you see shows how small she is compared to her parent’s hands. I was blessed to be able to baptize her the other night on a Zoom baptism while many watched on.
Carrie the mom will be released from the hospital today!!!
Thanks for all your prayers!!! And keep them up!!!!
The Grace Family
Congratulations to Dr. Amanda and Josh Grace. Their arrival came early in the morning on July 7th. So meet Savannah Rose who weighed 8lbs and 8 ozs.
What great new life in our parish.
New Life in a different way!!!
Again, remember the Guiglia in your prayers.
There will be a graveside service on Friday and part of the obituary is below.
Dr. Theodore N. Guiglia., 88 of Lexington, KY passed away July 5, 2020.
Theodore was born November 5, 1931 to Wilma Dunn Guiglia and Dr. Alfonso N. Guiglia in Louisville, KY. He graduated from Louisville Male High School, The University of Louisville and University of Louisville College of Medicine. He completed his Internal Medicine residency while serving the U.S. Army. Retired as a Major in 1963. His post-military career was with the University Of Kentucky College Of Medicine in various roles including teaching and caring for patients. He retired from UK after 29 years, many of these spent as a faculty physician for UK Student Health Services.
He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Patricia Ann McDevitt Guiglia, daughter Dr. Mary C. Guiglia, daughter Elizabeth S. Crone (Stephen), granddaughter Mary Anne Farley (Cameron) and grandson Dr. Andrew S. Crone.
He was confirmed in the Holy Roman Catholic Church in the 1950s. He was a parishioner of both Holy Spirit Parish/UK Newman Center and Christ the King Cathedral for all of his 56 years living in Lexington.
He was extremely intelligent, always humble, always kind and extraordinarily generous.
He will be sorely missed.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations to Carmel Manor, 100 Carmel Manor Drive, Ft. Thomas, KY 41075.
Graveside services for family only. Memorial Mass for a future date.
WATCHING THE CURVE
Please be careful out there!!!
Cases are spiking in so many places and looking at our curve in Kentucky it is very difficult to tell if we are plateauing or getting ready for a spike.
Remember masks and social distancing!!!