From Father's Desk
There is a theme in the spiritual life of Justice and Mercy. God possesses both characteristics, though they seem to be contradictory. Justice is lousy defined as “delivering what is due.” Mercy is lousy defined as “forgiving what is owed.” Many times, in our spiritual life we find ourselves on one end of the spectrum; wanting mercy for what is owed, expecting mercy, craving what is due, and expecting it. That is enough to be confusing, peace is found in the middle. When we approach God, how are we doing so; what is our disposition? This week let’s ask ourselves before God, are we making demands, or are we following his lead?
Gospel Photo of the Week
2017 Diocesan Parish Annual Appeal
If you have not made a donation or pledge, please prayerfully consider doing so. Our parish makes up the difference if our goal is not met. 90.76% of our goal ($28,500.00) has been collected for the Diocesan Parish Annual Appeal. Any funds over our goal ($31,400.00) will be used for scholarships for the schoolchildren. (July 5, 2017 per www.covdio.org)
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Sunday: 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:15 PM (Spanish)
Monday: 8:00 AM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM
Thursday: 8:00 AM
Friday: 8:15 AM,
7:00 PM (First Friday of Month)
Saturday: 8:00 AM
7:00 PM Vigil, 8:00 AM, 7:00 PM
Adoration/Stations of the Cross
Adoration - Friday: 8:45 AM to 6:45 PM (8:45 AM to 6:15 PM during Lent)
Stations of the Cross - Friday: 6:15 PM during Lent
Sunday: 7:40 AM to 7:55 AM, 9:40 AM to 9:55 AM, 11:55 AM to 12:10 PM (Spanish)
Saturday: 4:40 PM to 4:55 PM
7:40 AM to 7:55 AM Holy Days
6:40 PM to 6:55 PM Vigil and Holy Days
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Daily Readings, Saint of the Day, Liturgy of the Hours, and Meditations. Click here!
Laudato Si': On Care for our Common Home
Pope Francis Encyclical Letter - Click here!
A church site of the Diocese of Covington
Farewell Fiesta for Fr Matt
Pro-Life Cross Display
Chili Cook-off/UK-KU Game
Prayer Blanket Ministry
Early this summer as our news across the country continued to be filled with our police men and woman being shot at, injured or killed. Teresa Winkler of our Prayer Blanket Ministry wanted to do something for our Taylor Mill Police Force. So after purchasing the material, Debbie Chiarelli, also of the Prayer Blanket Ministry, volunteered to embroider all the names and ranks of all the men and woman on the Taylor Mill Police force and 3 Kenton County Sheriffs onto the prayer blanket. The Prayer Blanket Ministry then met last week to assemble the Prayer Blankets making them with prayers for the men and woman who serve our city. Father Cushing then blessed the blankets and they were delivered to the Taylor Mill Police Department. The blankets were beautiful when completed.
Please continue prayer, not only for the Taylor Mill Police force, but for the safety of all of our men and woman who serve and protect us.
Would you like to submit a prayer request that will be prayed over by Fr. Josiah and members of the St. Anthony Prayer Line? Click here!
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Monday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- Father Josiah Booth, Pastor
- Kim Bailey, Administrative Secretary
- Lisa Bottom, School, ACUE
- Krista Braun, Recreation
- Judy Dornbusch, Evangelization
- Dianna Ferguson, Parish Council Secretary
- Brian Fischer, Faith Formation
- Mary Carol Heidrich, President
- Brad Knochelmann, Maintenance
- Mary Ellen McDaniel, Social Outreach
- Dan Pikar, Finance