What is the New Albany Deanery?
The New Albany Deanery is of a group of parishes within the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. The Deanery contains the geographical counties of Clark, Floyd, and Harrison.
Who oversees the Deanery?
Rev. Eric M. Johnson, pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in New Albany, was appointed the dean of the New Albany Deanery in 2016. He supports the parish priests and communities, serving as a representative of the archdiocese.
What is the role of Catalyst Catholic?
This office provides opportunities for adolescents and young adults to encounter the living God through athletics, faith formation, and service opportunities. We seek to be a catalyst for the parish communities within the New Albany Deanery.
The parishes that are currently part of the New Albany Deanery are: