This Lent make peace with your past. Come back to God, who is love and mercy. All calls and emails are confidential. Phone (859) 392-1547, or email@example.com.
The Lenten Season is the perfect time for a retreat. It’s a time of reconciliation and prayer where you can quiet down and spend some time with the Lord in reflection. The retreat will be led by Fr. Rick Bolte and the theme will be “A Scriptural Faith Journey”. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity for spiritual growth and fellowship. All are welcome! The retreat is at St. Anne Retreat Center, Friday March 8 through Sunday, March 10. The cost will be $150 and includes all meals. Send your check to St. Anne Retreat Center, 5275 St Anne Drive, Melbourne, KY 41059, Attn: Karen Little. You can also reserve your spot by going to our website at www.stanneretreatcenter.organd go to the upcoming retreats tab.
New Beginnings Announcement
A ten-week session of New Beginnings, a support group for divorced and separated persons, will begin February 5, 2019. Meetings will be held on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. through April 9, 2019. In this faith-based group, participants will find a new understanding of themselves and their relationships and gain the courage to discover a new life. This group is sponsored by the Diocese of Covington and hosted by the Dept. of Catechesis and Faith Formation. Registration is required. For more information, please, visit our website at https://www.covdio.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/New-Beginnings-Schedule-2018-2019-PDF.pdf or to register, call 859-392-1500 ext. 1529.
St. Elizabeth Hospice volunteers needed
St. Elizabeth Hospice regularly hosts orientation classes for those who wish to volunteer. The classes explore issues on death and dying as well as the overall concept of hospice care. There is no cost or obligation to volunteer for those attending hospice training. Classes are held throughout the year. The first session can be completed on your own time and ending with a final day-long or evening session at the Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile Hospice Center at 483 South Loop Road in Edgewood. To register call Debbie Holloran, Hospice Volunteer Coordinator at 859 301-4622 or email at Debbie.Holloran@stelizabeth.com. Registration is required as class size is limited.
For the month of February the Food Pantry needs canned fruit. Please be generous.
Please make sure you read your February bulletin to keep your Virtus status current. Thank you to all who work to create a safe environment in our Parish.
In the gospel, Jesus calls us to love our enemies. In the first reading, we have a concrete example of David forgiving his enemy Saul. In the second reading, Paul contrasts the first and second Adam, the natural and spiritual man.
NOW IS THE TIME
Pass Scholarship Tax Credits in 2019
Ask your Representative to VOTE YES! ON HB 205!
TAKE ACTION and CALL your Elected Officials TODAY!
Call your legislators Monday-Friday with a short, simple and clear message…
“This message is for my Representative. My name is [INSERT NAME] and I am a
voter from [INSERT COUNTY]…”
“Please support Scholarship Tax Credits and vote YES on HB 205. A Scholarship Tax
Credit program will increase the financial aid available for students who can’t
otherwise afford a choice in their education. Donors receive a state tax credit when
they contribute to scholarship granting organizations. The donation is given to a
student in need in the form of a scholarship. Kentucky students need Scholarship
The operator will assist you with getting the message to your Representative.
PLEASE ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO GET INVOLVED.
WE NEED AS MANY CONTACTS AS POSSIBLE!
TALK ABOUT WHY HB 205 DESERVES SUPPORT
Private donations make the scholarships possible. No taxpayer money is taken from public schools
or given to private schools.
Additional scholarship funds mean more families can get their children into the right learning
environment. Income and zip code will no longer deter educational success.
A new poll shows 62% of Kentuckians support Scholarship Tax Credits. That’s bipartisan, majority
support! Prepared by the Catholic Conference of Kentucky
KY STUDENTS NEED YOUR HELP!
SUPPORT HB 205
The first reading contrasts the wicked, who place their trust in human beings, with the righteous, who place their trust in God. The gospel is Luke’s Sermon on the Plain, which also speaks about trust in God. The second reading emphasizes the centrality of the resurrection in the Christian life.