Holy Week
Schedule
 
Tuesday, Apr. 15 -
Chrism Mass (Cathedral) - 7PM

Thursday, Apr. 17 - Mass of the Lord's Supper - 7PM

Friday, Apr. 18 -
Stations of the Cross - 12PM
Confessions - 1PM-3PM
Celebration of the Lord's Passion - 3PM

Saturday, Apr. 19 - Easter Vigil Mass - 8:30PM

Sunday, Apr. 20 -
Easter Sunday Masses - 8AM & 10AM

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St. Anthony Parish at 485 Grand Avenue, Taylor Mill, KY 41015-1919 US - Other Parish News

Other Parish News

40 Days for Life Closing Prayer Hour of Thanksgiving
Join participants from Greater Cincinnati churches for the 40 Days for Life closing Prayer Vigil of Thanksgiving, Palm Sunday, April 13, 2-3 p.m. in front of Planned Parenthood, 2314 Auburn Avenue, Cincinnati, OH  45219. Fr. Matt will be leading the opening prayer and Divine Mercy Chaplet. The Spring 40 Days for Life campaign annually begins on Ash Wednesday and closes on Palm Sunday.  40 Days for Life is a peaceful, prayerful, and positive campaign for healing and conversion for all touched by abortion.  Parishioners who want to attend the closing vigil, but don't want to drive on their own, are welcome to meet at St. Anthony's, Sunday, April 13, 1:30 p.m. to carpool. All ages are welcome!

Sleeping Mats for Homeless - We will have our first Homeless Ministry Meeting on Tuesday, April 15th, at 7:00 p.m. in Fleming Hall. We will be making the plastic yarn that will be used to make sleeping mats for the homeless. If interested, please bring a pair of sharp scissors and any plastic bags you may have. Hope to see you there! Click here for more details!

Eat Wings and Raise Funds for St. Anthony School - this Wednesday, April 16th, from 5-9pm at Buffalo Wild Wings in Ft. Wright, dine in or carry out.  You must mention St. Anthony School in order for credit to be given.  We hope to see you there - Thank you very much for your support!!

It's Spring Cleaning Time! When cleaning out those closets, bag all those used clothing and shoes you no longer wear and save them to donate to St. Vincent de Paul Society. The St.  Vincent de Paul Truck will be parked here at St. Anthony’s the weekend of April 26th and 27th collecting all your no longer needed, gently used items.

Mass Intentions
We are once again in desperate need of intentions for our weekday Masses. Mass intentions are a wonderful way to pray for and remember a loved one; pray for someone suffering through an illness or celebrate a special occasion in life.


Job Opening At St. Anthony
Our beloved secretary Kathy Krech is retiring this year at the end of June. Her position of  Secretary/Bookkeeper will be opening up. This is a part-time position of 20 hours-perweek. If you or you know someone is interested, please contact the office at 859-431-1773 for more information or send your résumé to Father Matt’s email at frmattcushing@gmail.com.

If your address, phone number or email address has changed, please call the rectory (859 431-1773) or email (saintanthonychurch@fuse.net) to update your records and contact information.

Important!
The Messenger – Each family registered in the parish should be receiving the free weekly mailing of The Messenger. If you have not been receiving it, please call the Rectory office at 431-1773 and leave a message on the secretary’s line.

Remke/bigg's Caring Neighbor Gift Card Program: 
This is how it works:  See a Scrip person after mass and ask for a Remke/bigg's gift card.  Take the card to your favorite Remke/bigg's store to load under St. Anthony's name.  Every time you load the gift card, Remke/bigg's will track the amount and give 4% back to St. Anthony.  Please tell the cashier to load the card for you as a separate transaction.  If you would like to use the amount loaded on your current purchases, please tell the cashier before he or she starts your order.  The card loading transaction must be complete as a separate order.  Tell the cashier the amount you want to add.  Pay for the 'loaded funds' with cash, debit, or credit card.  Then pay for your groceries with your newly loaded gift card.  St. Anthony then gets 4% of what you reload.  This is a yummy way to help your parish and school!

Krogers Plus Cards: Each time you shop at Kroger and use your Kroger Plus Card, not only are you receiving savings, but also there is a way for the parish to earn rewards as well.  This is done by simply tying your Kroger Plus Card to St. Anthony Church online. Simply go to: http://www.kroger.com/mykroger/Pages/community_rewards.aspx and you will be able to create a free account.  Once you do, you will be able to scroll down to Community Rewards and search for St. Anthony Church. Then, whenever you shop at Kroger you will be helping the parish as well.  You will also be able to see your rewards and print out coupons for yourself as well.

You can now follow St. Anthony Parish on Facebook!

Parish Catholic Lending Libary
Now that we have your attention, we would like to reacquaint you with a service resource that the parish provides. We maintain a well-stocked Catholic Lending Library in the rear of church. There you can find books on the Holy Scripture, church history, lives of the saints, and application of Catholic principals to everyday living along with many, many other topics. Better yet, there are no library cards, dues, or due dates. Simply choose as many books as you wish and place them on any shelf when you return them. We will place them in their proper location. Please avail yourself of this free resource throughout the year.


Did you ever miss a bulletin because we ran out or when you went on vacation? No more worries!
Bulletins are now available online for viewing and printing from the parish website. Look for the “Bulletins” link! You can even set up a free subscription to CatholicWeb and get the latest parish bulletin delivered to your email inbox every Sunday morning! You can get other parish bulletins too if those parishes are in the CatholicWeb directory.

Bulletin Deadline: All items, articles, etc. for the bulletin MUST be submitted to the rectory by way of email, U.S. mail or hand delivery by 10:00 A.M. Tuesday mornings for publication the following weekend. Questions…call the rectory at 431-1773, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday mornings 8:30 to 12:30.

Inspiring and educational CD’s are available in the entrance of our Church. Now you can bring excellent Catholic speakers into your home, car, and office! Listen to your CD’s then share with your family and friends! “An evangelically mature person, or community, is motivated by intense missionary enthusiasm which spurs him to bear witness to Christ. The Church needs you and is counting on you!” Pope John Paul II. Click here to learn more.
 
If you would like to join the parish, please fill out a registration card and drop it in the collection, US Mail or stop by the rectory. Registration cards can now also be found, filled out and submitted at the parish website!

Don’t forget to pick up your copy of the new Living Faith in the entrance of the church. We also have a limited number of the Children’s version available.

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