MASS TIME CHANGE
The mass on Saturday’s will likely be moving to 5:00 p.m. to be more consistent with true vigil. The exact date of change to be determined, but will take place in mid June.
Please return your Lenten collection containers. Containers can be placed on the display case in the vestibule. Thank you for your donations.
Please turn in your DPAA donation envelopes as soon as possible. Your generous gifts given in His name will give glory to our Heavenly Father. Each ministry is critical for the people we serve.
If you have a special prayer request that you would like to pass along to the prayer group, send a text request to 406-534-0958. Carol Miller is the group coordinator. You may also contact her with your request at 502-525-0384.
Fr. Michael Barth’s 25 Anniversary Celebration
The Parishioners and Staff of St. Paul Parish, Florence, invite you to attend a Mass of Thanksgiving celebrating the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Ordination of Father Michael Barth on Sunday, May 19, 2019, Noon mass at St. Paul Parish, 7301 Dixie Highway, Florence, KY. Informal stand-up reception following Mass in the Parish Carlin Center. Celebrate with Fr. Michael who served our parish in the past. Please R.S.V.P. by calling St. Paul Rectory at 859-371-8051 during regular business hours: Monday – Thursday 9:30-2:30, Friday 9:30-Noon.
14th Annual Cross the Bridge for Life
Join us on Sunday, June 2 for a family friendly, peaceful walk across the Purple People Bridge! Festivities begin at 1:00pm, program begins at 2:00pm. There will be music by Easter Rising, FREE face painting, FREE t-shirts, food for purchase and displays from life affirming agencies from Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati area. The event is located in Newport, behind Newport on the Levee along the beautiful Ohio River. We hope to see you on June 2!
Come back to God, who is LOVE and MERCY. Life is a gift from God, and so is His mercy. Tens of millions of Americans have been directly touched by abortion and have feelings of regret, guilt and grief. God’s healing love and mercy are always possible. Many Catholics want to help women and men who have experienced abortion, but some don’t know how to begin. The Diocese of Covington, in accordance with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishop’s, offer the Project Rachel Ministry, a confidential, compassionate journey to healing. Project Rachel help line (859) 392-1547 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For the month of May the Food Pantry needs canned fruit. Please be generous.
Please make sure you read your May bulletin to keep your Virtus status current. Thank you to all who work to create a safe environment in our Parish.
All three readings speak about “newness.” The first reading speaks of new converts; the second reading about a new heaven and a new earth; and the Gospel about a new commandment of love.