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From the Pastor: Happy Father’s Day

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We all want to offer a very Happy Father’s Day to all of our dads, living and deceased. You are all in our prayers and our thoughts today. We are very grateful to you for all that you have done for us, your children, and we pray that you will know every possible joy and […]

From the Pastor: Come, Holy Spirit!

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Today we celebrate the Feast of Pentecost, the day on which the Holy Spirit was poured out upon the Apostles, the Blessed Mother and the others gathered in the Upper Room. It was 50 days after the Resurrection of Christ on Easter, and nine days after his Ascension. Pentecost is an ongoing reality in the […]

From the Pastor: The Ascension of the Lord

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Jesus spent 40 days appearing to his disciples after his Resurrection from the dead. He did not live with them as he had before. At various times, he would appear to them with some kind of instruction. Saint Paul tells us that he appeared to over 500 disciples at one time. At the end of […]

From the Pastor: A Time to Remember

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Monday of this week is Memorial Day. It is a time to remember all of the men and women who have died defending our nation in its various wars and conflicts. Jesus taught that, “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” These men and women have lived […]

From the Pastor: Evangelization Weekend

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On the weekend of May 18 and 19, the Diocese of Covington is offering an Evangelization Weekend in all of the parishes. This is a weekend when all are encouraged to reach out to people in their lives who are not actively involved in any faith and to invite them to come to Mass. When […]

From the Pastor: He Is Risen! Alleluia!

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Without the empty tomb, there is no Christianity. Jesus would be just one more failed, false Messiah who raised the hopes of many and then dashed them. But he did rise from the dead validating everything that he had said and promised. If Jesus had not been raised from the dead, there would have been […]

From the Pastor: Holy Week

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Today we begin the most sacred week of the Church’s year–Holy Week. Through the liturgies of this week, especially those that make up the Sacred Triduum, we not only recall the saving events of Christ’s Passion, Death and Resurrection—we enter into those events and become part of them. I hope that as many of you […]

From the Pastor: Diocesan Annual Appeal

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Thank you to all who have already pledged or have contributed to the Diocesan Parish Annual Appeal. We are still waiting to get solid numbers for some have pledged through the parish and others have done so through the diocese. All money that comes in above the parish goal ($45,900) comes back to the parish […]

From the Pastor: The Prodigal Son

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This Sunday’s Gospel is the story of the Prodigal Son. This is the most well known of Jesus’ parables and tells us much about who our God is, who we are, and about how we are to relate to him. There are three primary characters in the parable—the father, the prodigal son, and the elder […]

From the Pastor: A Journey Into the Desert

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On the First Sunday of Lent, the Gospel is always that of Jesus going into the desert for 40 days to fast and to pray and to be tempted by the Evil One. Our Lenten season of 40 days is modeled on these 40 days of Jesus. Whether it is 40 days or 40 years, […]

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