Gospel Photo of the Week
“RETIREMENT FUND FOR RELIGIOUS”
COLLECTION: DECEMBER 15 AND 16, 2018
Support elderly religious. A donor writes, “Your flyer touched my heart – seeing the retired religious, such memories surfaced.” Do you remember the sisters, brothers, or religious order priests who made a positive difference in your life? Today, many are elderly and need assistance. Their religious communities struggle to meet retirement needs while continuing to serve the People of God. Please give generously to next week’s collection for the Retirement Fund for Religious.
2018 Diocesan Parish Annual Appeal
Saturday: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM
8:00 AM, 6:00 PM
Adoration/Stations of the Cross
Adoration - Friday: 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
(8:30 AM to 6:30 PM on First Friday)
(All Fridays temporarily suspended until further notice)
Stations of the Cross - Friday: 6:15 PM during Lent
By appointment only until further notice
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
St. Anthony 140th Anniversary
Pro-Life Cross Display
Dedication of New Flag Pole
Would you like to submit a prayer request that will be prayed over by members of the St. Anthony Prayer Line? Click here!
Need a bulletin from the last few weeks? Click here!
Monday through Friday: 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
- Father Thomas Robbins, Parochial Administrator
- Kim Bailey, Administrative Secretary
- Lisa Bottom, School, ACUE
- Krista Braun, Parish Council Secretary
- Judy Dornbusch, Evangelization
- Dianna Ferguson, Boosters, Foresters and Recreation
- Mary Carol Heidrich, President
- Brad Knochelmann, Maintenance
- Mary Ellen McDaniel, Social Outreach
- Dan Pikar, Finance
School Provides Chocolate for Sailors
2018 First Communion
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.