Sacramental Preparation for Children

First Reconciliation and First Communion preparation for children in 2nd grade and older. Children attending public and Catholic schools are asked to participate in these sessions. Registration announced in the bulletin. Classes are usually held on Tuesday evenings.

Confirmation Preparation – for members of our parish in the junior high grades occurs every other year. Classes are usually held on Sundays between masses.

Baptism preparation for children in 2nd grade and older is handled individually upon request.

Contact the parish office at 859-291-2288

Children’s Liturgy of the Word

This ministry, which takes place at the 11:30 Sunday Mass, is all about sharing the message of the Scripture readings with children (preschool-fifth grade) in a way that is meaningful to them. Children are divided into two age groups, preschool-second grade and third to fifth grade.

The group invites anyone interested in volunteering to come downstairs with the children to observe. Parents are also invited to accompany their children at any time during the program.

Meeting frequency: Volunteers are contacted by the coordinator and agree to teach when they are available, usually for a month of Sundays at a time. Materials are provided to the volunteers.

Requirements: All volunteers must register for VIRTUS training before signing up to teach.

For more information: Contact the parish office at 859-291-2288.

Prince of Peace School

625 Pike Street, Covington, 431-5153
Sr. Suzanne Rose, SND, Principal

Catholic Montessori education K-8th grade. Understood as the “parish school” for Mother of God and three other parishes. Member of ACUE.

Prince of Peace is our Gifted Agency for July. We are collecting schools supplies needed by the students. Especially requested are
Dry erase markers – both thick and thin
Permanent markers – both thick and thin
Wide- ruled loose leaf paper
Colored pencils
Single-hole punches
Bring your donations in any Sunday of July. Thank you.

Alliance of Catholic Urban Education

ACUE consists of six elementary schools and three high schools in urban Northern Kentucky. This Consortium performs administrative and financial functions to produce greater efficiency and to study and recommend best educational practices.

Contact: Jim Kiger, 341-6235