Parish Office Hours
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Fr. Dave Harris,
University of Kentucky, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Kentucky, Master of Business Administration
Southern Seminary, Master of Divinity
St. Meinrad School of Theology, Master of Theological Studies
Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality, 2 year post-graduate certificate
Father Dave has lived in Kentucky all of his life. He grew up in southeastern Kentucky, attended the University of Kentucky in Lexington and has remained in Louisville since 1983. He is both a Wildcat and Cardinal fan. He is married and has two grown children and three grandchildren. Father Dave was ordained to the priesthood in 2008. He loves being a priest and particularly enjoys celebrating the Mass. Prior to coming to St. Albert he served at St. Aloysius parish in Pewee Valley and Pax Christi Collaborative in Louisville. He also continues to serve on the Priests Council for the Archdiocese and participates in Mass of the Air. Father Dave loves being the pastor of St. Albert. “It’s a great parish!” He has a deep love for people and is passionate about helping them to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ.
Fr. Albert Añover is originally from the Archdiocese of Palo in the Philippines. He was assigned to St. Albert the Great and the Archdiocese of Louisville in April 2017. His visa has been approved and he will be arriving at Louisville International airport on the morning of April 2, 2018! Please keep Fr. Albert in your prayers as he prepares to join us this spring. Fr. Albert is featured above celebrating the Sacrament of Baptism in the Archdiocese of Palo (Click the photo to enlarge).
Deacon Steve and his wife Marcia moved here from Clarkston, Michigan. They are both originally from this area and have family here but after college lived in Anderson, Indiana for 10 years and later in Michigan for 35 years. Deacon Steve was ordained for the Archdiocese of Detroit in 2000 after preparation at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. While assisting at Mass on the weekends and performing other diaconal ministries at St. Albert the Great when available, Deacon Steve’s primary focus of ministry will be to serve, encourage and be in community with incarcerated brothers and sisters and their families across the Archdiocese of Louisville.
University of Louisville, B.S. in Business Management
Larry has been in his current position with St. Albert the Great for the past 20 years. He attended grade school at St. Albert from 1st through 8th grade, and worked here while attending high school and college. All three of his children are St. Albert grads and will soon have a granddaughter attending. Larry is married to Marney Brunner and they live in the Graymoor-Devondale subdivision.
Human Resources/Finance Coordinator
University of Kentucky, B.S. in Accounting
Lisa has worked at St. Albert since 1992, handling the accounting and payroll responsibilities for the parish and school, as well as human resources and financial aid duties. She also helps coordinate Academic Team activities (Quick Recall and Governor’s Cup) at school, and is a league coordinator for the Catholic Schools Academic League (CSAL). Lisa is married to Tony, a St. Albert alumnus, and has 2 children, Joel and Lindsey, who also graduated from St. Albert. In her spare time, Lisa can be found in her garden, at the library, or playing trivia somewhere.
Finance Administrative Assistant
Sullivan University, B.S. Human Resource Leadership
Cheryl served in the Air Force where she met her husband Allen, who has been in 27 years. She joined St. Albert via our RCIA program several years ago. Cheryl and Allen adopted two wonderful children, both of whom currently attend St. Albert’s Preschool. Cheryl has spent the last 18 years working in many roles of business administration and brings a wide range of skills to her position here at St. Albert. Cheryl is excited to be here and is looking forward to many years ahead serving God and the St. Albert Community.
Communications Administrative Assistant
Indiana University, B.A. in English-Writing
Emily is a Louisville native with a strong desire to serve and minister to others. She graduated in May 2017 from Indiana University where she studied Written Communication. Emily’s experience with graphic design and media relations has led her here to St. Albert’s. Emily knows that with this experience, coupled with her passion for communication and desire to be a Servant-Leader, she will be an asset to the St. Albert Community. Emily is excited to be joining the St. Albert Staff and looks forward to learning and growing in the St. Albert Community.
Director of Lifelong Formation and Education (OLFE)
Loyola University- New Orleans, M.P.S. (Master of Pastoral Studies)
San Diego State University, B.A. in Fine Arts
Archdiocese of Louisville Ministry Formation Graduate
Master Catechist Certification, Archdiocese of Louisville.
Dawn has been ministering within the Archdiocese of Louisville since 1998, serving as a Director of Formation and Education, Theology Instructor, Retreat Director, and Master Catechist. She has served at St. Albert since 2003. Dawn is married and she and her husband have three adult children.
Associate Degree – Legal Administrative Assistant – LTI, Lexington KY 1978
University of Louisville – 1978-1982 Business
Associate Catechist Certificate – Archdiocese of Louisville – 2005
Debbie works in the parish office helping in all areas, with her main focus in Lifelong Formation. She has worked at St. Albert since 1998. Debbie and her family are parishioners at St. Albert. She is married and has three beautiful children and two grandchildren. Debbie loves working in ministry and enjoys all the different people she gets to meet while serving others.
Director of Youth Ministry and Children’s Formation
Elizabethtown Community College
Center for Ministry Development, Certificate of Youth Ministry Studies
National Federal for Catholic Youth Ministry, Washington DC, “For God and Youth” National Award
Archdiocese of Louisville, Certificate in Liturgy and Liturgical Music, Certificate in Leading the Assembly in Prayer, Master Catechist
With 20 + years Ministering with youth Cindy has found that young people fill our lives with a fresh spirit of service with their desire and compassion to help others in need and to make a difference in the world. Cindy feels a call to share her faith and to serve alongside teens as they develop in their faith journey.
What she finds the most exciting working with youth is their energy and enthusiasm; their sense of searching for something more – seeking a meaning/purpose for their life and helping them discover their gifts and talents. She feels truly blessed to be the Director of Children’s Faith Formation; ministering with the children and helping them prepare to receive the gift of God’s grace through the sacraments and to empower the catechists in PREP.
Cindy is more-than-happily married with two grown sons. Her oldest son, Fr. Sean, is a priest for the Archdiocese of Louisville and her son Ryan and his wife Lilly have two wonderful children! Cindy lives in Shepherdsville with her husband, Scott, and their border collie.
University of Louisville, B.S. – Business Marketing
Loyola University – Masters in Pastoral Studies
Laura left the Corporate world and came on staff here in 1999 overseeing the then “Shared Vision Campaign.” Her role shifted to more ministerial shortly after and she went back for her Masters to further enhance her skills and effectiveness in the unfolding new role. She very much loves the pastoral care work. She and her family live in the neighborhood and have been members of the Parish since 1985. Her three sons went through St. Albert the Great School graduating in 2002, 2006 and 2009.
Director of Music and Worship
Drake University, Bachelor of Music in organ and church music
Laura and her family moved to Louisville from Riverton, Wyoming in June of 2007 at which time she began to serve as a substitute organist and teacher in the Louisville area. Having lived in various cities across the Midwest and Wyoming, Laura has gained a wealth of experience from involvement with various church music programs. She has been at St. Albert Parish since July of 2009. Laura serves as Director of the local chapter of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians and is a member of the American Guild of Organists. Her family includes her husband, Joe, and four adult children, Molly, Kelly, Barrett and Maggie.