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St. Anthony Parish at 485 Grand Avenue, Taylor Mill, KY 41015-1919 US - Diocesan Events or Items of Interest

Diocesan Events or Items of Interest

Young Adult Mass
A Mass for young adults in their 20s and 30s, married and single, will be celebrated on Thursday, April 24, 6:30 p.m. at St. Patrick Church, Taylor Mill, KY. Pastor Father Jeff Von Lehmen will be the celebrant. Fellowship and food (pizza and alligator meat?!?) will follow in the Old Rectory. The evening’s theme is “Divine Mercy and World Youth Day 2016.” All are welcome!

Divine Mercy Conference
Two great conferences on one very important day.  Join us for this special day!

Immaculate Heart of Mary Church is pleased to host a Divine Mercy Conference on April 26th, featuring a young adult/teen conference (ages 14-21) in the gym and an adult conference in the church. Cost is $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for teens/young adults. Lunch is included. Family and group rates are available. The day will consist of inspiring talks, praise and worship music with the emphasis on bringing hearts together to receive the love and mercy of God. We invite you and your loved ones to take advantage of the special Plenary Indulgence the Church offers us on the Feast of Divine Mercy with Mass at 5:00 p.m. and Confessions during the Conference. Register today and learn more about the Conference, featured speakers and schedule on the Conference website: www.April26Conference.com or call 859-689-5010.
Our Lord gave this beautiful message to St. Faustina: “My daughter, tell the whole world about My inconceivable mercy. I desire that the Feast of Mercy be a refuge and shelter for all souls, and especially poor sinners. On that day the very depths of My tender mercy are open. I pour out a whole ocean of graces upon these souls that approach the fount of My mercy. The soul that will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion shall obtain complete forgiveness of sin and  punishment. On that day all the divine flood gates through which grace flow are opened….” (Diary #699).

Family Nuturing Center
The Family Nurturing Center trains our children in our schools in the safe environment. They have a yearly fund raiser to help pay for these programs. Please support them by visiting City Barbeque on April 30 and presenting the coupon that gives The Family Nurturing Center 25% of your sale amount. The coupon may be downloaded here. Thank you.

Encountering Christ in the Psalms
The Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg are offering a weekend retreat for women, May 16-18, 2014. Begins 5:00 p.m. Friday; ends 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Retreat Team: Sisters Dorothy Schuette and Martha Walther, OSB. Cost: $175.00 (includes private room and meals). For more information, contact Sr. Dorothy Schuette at 859-281-2288; dorothy@mother-of-god.org.

Serra Club Fund Raiser
Serra Club for Vocations, Northern Kentucky, is currently selling tickets to the Florence Freedom game on Wednesday, June 4, to help raise money for their organization. Throwing out the honorary first pitches on June 4 will be Sr. Jean Marie Hoffman, SND, of the Diocesan Catholic Children’s  Home, Fr. Gerald Reinersman of St. Joseph Parish, Cold Spring, and Fr. Michael Hennigan of St. Catherine of Siena Parish, Ft. Thomas. Tickets are $10.00, and can be purchased through the Diocesan Stewardship Office or from individual Serra Club members. To purchase your tickets, please call Mike Murray at (859) 392-1500 or you may email mmurray@covdio.org. Thank you in advance for your support!”

The Pro-Life Advisory Board will host an Evening of Reflection for the Pro-Life Coordinators on Wednesday, August 6, 6:30pm - 9:00pm in Howard Hall, located at the Curia Offices, 1125 Madison Avenue, Covington.  Please mark your calendars.  More information will be sent out in late June.

Parish Kitchen needs your help! Each day, Parish Kitchen provides a nutritious glass of milk with lunch for our guests. We serve 84 gallons each week. We all know that the cost of milk keeps increasing. Please consider donating gift cards from any area grocery store to help us offset this cost. You can drop off or mail the gift cards to Parish Kitchen at P.O. Box 1234, Covington, KY 41012 or Catholic Charities, 3629 Church Street, Covington, KY 41015 in care of Milk Donation.

Catholic Charities, Dioces of Covington is looking for part-time and substitute Volunteer Receptionists at our Latonia agency office. Part-time – 1 day per week in one of three shifts: mornings (9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.); afternoons (1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) and evenings (5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.). Subs as needed in same shifts. Duties include: answer phones, sort mail, greet and sign in clients and visitors, operate door entry system, accept payments, and other administrative duties. Contact Theresa Bergmann at (859) 581-8974 or at tbergmann@CovingtonCharities.org or visit www.CovingtonCharities.org for position description.

Volunteers for Grounds and Building Maintenance
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is looking for part-time Volunteers for Grounds and Building Maintenance at our Latonia agency office. Part-time – twice a month for approximately a half-day. Duties include: a variety of general repair, troubleshooting, and proactive building maintenance tasks such as painting, minor plumbing repairs (running toilet, leaky faucet), changing light bulbs, and yard work. Virtus, Protecting God’s Children for Adults™ training and
compliance, and background check preferred but not required.
Contact Theresa Bergmann at (859) 581-8974 or at tbergmann@CovingtonCharities.org or visit www.CovingtonCharities.org for position description.

Associates of the Sisters of Notre Dame - Candidates for SND Association are Christian women and men, young and not-so-young, married and single, widowed and divorced. Candidates have a year of formation, followed by their covenant to live out the SND charism in their spirituality and ministry. If you would like to find out more information, especially about the inquiry session scheduled in early May, contact soon either Sister Mary Renée Nienaber at 835-1505 or stmarysrn@fuse.net or Sister Mary Luann Bender at 630-6336 or smluann@zoomtown.com.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR LIFE
(Volunteers Needed)
Opportunities for Life
needs YOU. A girl facing a difficult decision regarding the life of her unborn baby needs YOU. A baby whose mom is thinking about abortion needs YOU. YOU can help her AND her baby. Opportunities for Life, is the Kentucky Catholic Church’s ministry to abortion-vulnerable women and men. Volunteers offer hope and resources to callers who find the courage to seek our help. Helpline volunteers answer the helpline from their homes at times that are convenient for them. OFL will be offering training workshops in your Diocese to prepare volunteers for service in this life affirming ministry. For more information contact OFL at 1-888-496-3638.


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Volunteers are needed for direct service to children to share in family life activities. The DCCH Center for Children and Families has opportunities for you to share “home life” with the children in Residential as a surrogate family or mentor. You can share your time, personal talents, and life changing  experience as wise guides and mentors to children in need. You can also volunteer to do a one-day group project such as painting, yard work, or you can provide fun activities for Foster Care and Adoption Support Group once a month in the evening. Contact 859-331-2040 or www.dcchcenter.org to get information on volunteer options. Twitter and Facebook DCCH Center too!


You are invited to the Spiritual Motherhood of Priests
For our Diocesan Priests, Deacons and Seminarians
You can become a Spiritual Mother and adopt a Priest-Son!!! There are only three things required:
Eucharistic Adoration, weekly (If you already have a Holy Hour each week there is no need to do more).  Just add your Priest-Son to your prayers during your Holy Hour.
Three short prayers each day for your Priest-Son, a card will be given to you.
It is recommended to receive the Sacrament of Confession frequently.
That is all there is to it!!   So simple!!  So easy!!   No meetings and no cost!!
Your only meeting is once a week with God during Eucharistic Adoration as you pray for your Priest-Son.
A short ceremony will be available in the fall for those who choose to become Spiritual Mothers:  to pray the commitment prayer before the Eucharist, receive the blessing to carry this out, and receive their Priest-Son’s name.
If you are interested in becoming a Spiritual Mother or have any questions, all you need to do is call one of the numbers below for more information.
In Christ,
Mary Anne Gronotte      or   Teresa Pikar
859-341-6214                      859-415-0213
859-468-4732

DIOCESE OF COVINGTON – PRO- LIFE OFFICE
Would you like to stay up-to-date of Pro-Life events and issues in our diocese and local community? Email Peggy Piccola at ppiccola@covdio.org to receive our monthly newsletter. You can also “like” The Many Faces of Pro-Life page on Facebook. Both the newsletter and the Facebook page are excellent ways to stay up-to-date with what’s going on in our community to promote LIFE!

 
 

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