In June 1997, Joy Rolfsen joined an archaeological dig with some University of Maryland friends in the Holy Land at Caesarea. The group was excavating a church at an ancient port. Some of her reflections are akin to those of Fr. James Martin, SJ, in his book Jesus: A Pilgrimage. In Jerusalem, Joy visited the Church of…
To Our Visitors
Welcome to the Mother of God Church web site. We hope that you will browse through our pages and get to know us better.
Mother of God is a vibrant Roman Catholic parish located in the heart of downtown Covington, Kentucky. Our community is a diverse family of caring individuals who are dedicated to living the Gospel and supporting each other in that challenge.
At Mother of God, we emphasize good liturgy, hospitality, social outreach and appreciation of the unique gifts each of us has to offer. Those who worship here come from all areas of the Tri-state. Those who visit come from all over the world. We invite you to visit us as well. Tour our lovely Italian Renaissance church. Attend one of our Sunday liturgies.
Our Mission Statement can tell you more about what we believe our purpose is.
Whether you stay for a minute, a day or a lifetime, we are happy to have had the chance to welcome you.
Participate In Our Community
Our parish is a dynamic, joyful one thanks to the efforts of many of its members. To tell us that you would like to help it stay this way, please click the following link and volunteer now.
Parish on the Same Page
Join in the parish process in a small group discussion, following with reflections in the Sunday Bulletin and on the website and Facebook page.
You can purchase the book (Jesus: A Pilgrimage by Fr. James Martin, SJ) from Joseph Beth Booksellers using the coupon below. This is a special offer for Mother of God Parish. Study guides will be available for each chapter. The readings and discussions begin the first week of Advent. Sign-up November 2, 9, and 16 after Sunday Masses. Consider reading along with the parish.
Parish Council Elections This Sunday
This Sunday, November 16, the parish will hold elections for Parish Pastoral Council. You will have the opportunity to vote for up to five candidates after the 9:30 and 11:30 am Masses. Tables will be set up in the rear of church and downstairs in the undercroft. Brief bios and a photo of each candidate will be available to help you make your selections. Please take a few moments to read about these candidates and mark your ballot. Your voice is important. A special thanks to those who are running for council. We appreciate your willingness to serve our parish.