About St. Albert
St. Albert the Great is a Christ-centered community of Disciples dedicated to inspiring people to love, serve, and know God and one another. Through our ministries, events, and programs our parish works to offer a dynamic, Christ-centered community that thrives on our shared Roman Catholic faith.
Founded in 1959, St. Albert the Great Catholic Community has become a pillar of the East End. With over 4500 parishioners, St. Albert continues to grow and serve. From our Parish School, to community-wide events such as our annual Fish Fry and Summer Picnic, as well as our numerous ministries, charity organizations, and social groups, St. Albert the Great truly seeks to share and show Christ’s love in everything we do! We are dedicated to sharing the legacy of our patron saint, educator and scientist St. Albertus Magnus (or St. Albert the Great, 1206-1280) through this mission.
We invite you to explore our website and learn about our community. When you're ready to get involved, let us know. We are happy to welcome you to the table!
St. Albert the Great: Pray for us!
Parish Office Summer Hours:
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 9-10am or by appointment
Holy Hour & Rosary:
Monday-Saturday, 9-10:30am in Adoration Chapel (behind altar)
The Church is open daily for private prayer.
Join St. Albert
An active, participating member of our parish is one who regularly participates in the liturgical life of the parish, who is committed to Stewardship of Time, Talent and Treasure as witnessed by completing their annual Stewardship Commitment Card, and who lives up to his/her commitment.
If you have questions about joining the parish or if you are a current member and have a change of address or phone number, call the Parish Office at 425-3940 Ext. 107.
Meet Our Staff
Our dedicated Parish Staff lovingly serves the St. Albert community by fostering lifelong faith formation and community connections. Learn about each of our devoted staff members via our Staff Directory.
Ministry to the Sick
Please call the Parish Office at 502-425-3940 when someone is hospitalized or homebound so that we can place their name on our intentions list, communion list, prayer chain and/or send a clergy or staff member to visit. For the Emergency Line, dial extension 106.
Grand Re-opening: August 15th!!
Our fully staffed nursery is offered Sundays during 10:30am Mass for children Infant to age 5 in the Sacred Heart Center.