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Bulletin for Week of July 23, 2017

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MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, July 22

5:30 pm Joanne Tolle (Paul & Cheryl Fischer)

 

 

Sunday, July 23 Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10 am Parishioners, living & deceased

 

 

Monday, July 24

no Mass

 


Tuesday, July 25

noon                Roman Kuchem (Dan & Gail Westhoff)

 


Wednesday, July 26

noon                 For the Intentions of Catesby & Elizabeth Clay (Jeff Meyrose)


Thursday, July 27

noon Intentions of Craig Glosemeyer (Dan & Gail Westhoff)


Friday, July 28

noon For Garrett & Landen Spence (Allen, Paula, Mynor & Riley)

 


Saturday, July 29

5:30 pm Sheila Gasser (Sharon Brooks)

 

 

Sunday, July 30 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10 am Parishioners, living & deceased

 


Today- Collection for Inner-City Mission -

Alliance for Catholic Urban Schools (ACUE)

 

Monday & Tuesday - Office will be closed

 

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

offertory last Sunday .................... $4812

250 Club winner July 14 #774 - No Winner


2017/18 registration update

21 in ccd: 1 in second, 4 in fourth, 4 in fifth, 3 in sixth,

7 in seventh, 2 in eighth

27 in preschool

36 in school: 10 in kindergarten, 6 in first, 6 in second,

5 in third, 7 in fourth, 2 in fifth

We pray for those preparing for the Sacrament of Marriage on August 4 - Ethan Arthur & Macy Gasser We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Vonda Gaunce We pray for the homebound and those in care centers: Missy Giles, Rita Feix, Bob Grable, Theresa Martin, Karen Mattingly, Joe & Loni Zaragoza, Glenda Lang

Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford

Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook, Gert Landry,

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Roger and all bishops, Frs. Stoeppel & Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians, Srs, Francello, Immaculate, Norene and all sisters

 

 

 

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in our Lord Jesus Christ, This weekend, July 22nd through the 23,a, the Bishop has asked that all parishes throughout the Diocese of Covington conduct a second collection for the ACUE Schools of Holy Cross, Holy Family, Holy Trinity, St. Anthony, St. Augustine, and Prince of Peace. As you probably already know, ACUE (Alliance for Catholic Urban Education) was established several years ago to help provide monetary assistance so that these institutions could continue their mission in educating and forming young boys and girls in the Catholic Faith. This mission has never been more important and necessary than today for it is the continued presence of Holy Mother Church that allows for the preservation and growth of belief, culture and good society.

Because of Her inherent important, it is necessary that the Church be given every opportunity to thrive in every city, town and rural countryside. Whereas some communities have done well in recent years, others simply have not. At this time, our brothers and sisters in Bellevue, Covington, Dayton, Latonia, Newport and Taylor Mill need our help and assistance so that the Faith will find a home in the children taught within these communities.

I know it is not easy to sacrifice for others what is even difficult to provide for you own; however, I would also ask you to reflect on how important St. Edward School is to you and our community and how that same sentiment must be equally shared by parishioners and parents of ACUE Schools.

The survival of these institutions depends entirely on the financial contributions from people like you. Therefore, I echo our Bishop and ask that you give generously and pray our Catholic Schools here and in this Diocese and throughout the world may continue, by the grace of God and our good works, to educate young people for generations to come.

Yours Faithfully in Christ, Fr. Harry Settle

 

 

 

 

School News -

August 4: School Open House, 1:00 - 4:00

August 6: Virtus Training, 1:00 - 4:30

 

August 8: First day of school & preschool -

private transport

 

August 9:  Private transport

 

August 15: Feast of the Assumption - No School

The School Dress Code is now on Facebook and St. Edward website. The only school supply to purchase is a backpack and perhaps a lunchbox if needed- school supplies will be provided.

 


Preschool News

August 1: Back to School Day

10:00am-Noon & l:00pm-3:00pm


New Eucharistic Minister schedules through October are in the sacristy.


Servers Pool Party is Saturday, July 29, 1:00 - 4:00 at the Country Club. Will be serving pizza.

All Virtus trained volunteers remain current with their monthly training bulletins to remain an active volunteer. Email bulletins are sent on the first Sunday of each month, with a deadline of the first Monday of the next. Thanks for your cooperation with helping us create and maintain a safe environment.

 

Upcoming Virtus Trainings will be:

Sunday, August 6, 1:00 - 4:30

Sunday, September 17, 1:00 - 4:30

You must be Virtus trained and current with your monthly bulletins to participate in Parish and School activities.

 

 

 

 

 

On Saturday, September 16, the Spirit Sisters will be having a "Spirit Day" for the ladies of St.

Edward parish. The retreat will begin at 10:00am and conclude with the 5:30pm Mass.

If you are interested in participating, please contact Cheryl Anness (859-967-7374) by Wednesday, August 16.

Spiritual Adoption Prayer Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love you very much. I beg of you to protect the life of the unborn child that I have spiritually adopted whose life and health is in danger. Mary, our Mother in Heaven, pray for us and especially for your little ones. Because God loves every baby He creates, I promise to pray for my spiritually adopted baby for nine months. Amen.

The DCCH Center for Children & Families are having their 18th annual Flea Market, 75 Orphanage Road, Ft. Mitchell, KY - August 5, 8:00am-2:00pm and August 6, 11:00am - 2:00pm. Proceeds benefit victims of child abuse.

 


Regional Pro-Life Mass, Tuesday, August 1, 7:00 pm at St. Francis Xavier in Falmouth. All are welcome!! Please join the Pro-Life Community and Fr. Michael Norton for this Life affirming mass!

 


Fr. Harry would like to invite our middle school and high school servers to serve on weekends for Holy Mass. If you are interested, please call Sherri

@ the office so she can place you on the servers schedule. Also, if there are no servers at Mass, please volunteer to serve.

 

 

 

 

Liturgical Ministers - Sunday, July 30, 2017

 

5:30

Mass Intention:  Sheila Gasser (Sharon Brooks)

Altar Servers:     Skylar Hatfield, Camille Hatfield

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:  Mickiee Browning

Lector:               Mary Grable

Rosary Leader:    Mickiee Browning

 

 


 

 

10:00

Mass Intention:  Parishioners, living & deceased

Altar Servers:     Madison Jones, Jackson Ware

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:  David Klein, Paulette Klein, John Merz

Lector:               Gail Westhoff

Rosary Leader:    John Schreiber

 


 

Last Updated ( Friday, 21 July 2017 12:46 )
 

Bulletin for Week of July 16, 2017

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MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, July 15

5:30 pm David Gasser (Family)


Sunday, July 16 Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10 am Parishioners, living & deceased

 

Monday, July 17

no.Mass


Tuesday, July 18 Joseph Brooks (Family)

noon


Wednesday, July 19

·noon For the Intentions of Gert Landry

 

Thursday, July 20

noon Intentions of the Clay Family

 

Friday, July 21

noon Intentions of Sherri Sowder (RF)

 

Saturday, July 22

5:30 pm Joanne Tolle (Paul & Cheryl Fischer)

 

Sunday, July 23 Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10 am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

offertory last Sunday........... $ 7,152

 

250 Club winner July 7 #434 - No Winner

Congratulations to Aaron Brooks & Laken

Reffett who were married here Saturday.

May God bless your marriage,

2017/18 registration update

21 in ccd: 1 in second, 4 in fourth, 4 in fifth, 3 in sixth,

7 in seventh, 2 in eighth

27 in preschool

36 in school: 10 in kindergarten, 6 in first, 6 in second,

5 in third, 7 in fourth, 2 in fifth

.We pray for those preparing for the Sacrament of Marriage on August 4 - Ethan Arthur & Macy Gasser

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Vonda Gaunce

We pray for the homebound and those in care centers: Missy Giles, Rita Feix, Bob Grable, Theresa Martin, Karen Mattingly, Joe & Loni Zaragoza, Glenda Lang

Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford

Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook, Gert Landry,

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Roger and all bishops, Frs, Stoeppel & Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians, Srs. Francello, Immaculate, Norene and all sisters

 

 

 

You are called to help in the Lord's work of

Redemption

Looking at the state of the world today, it's easy to get discouraged, Rampant evil and injustice might even make us feel powerless to bring about change, But however impossible things may appear from a purely human perspective, the entire scene looks very different if we have a supernatural viewpoint.

God continues to work out salvation history, right now, in our midst! As disciples, this divine action involves us directly. We are commissioned to take up our role on the battlefield for the Kingdom - not in physical combat, but spiritual warfare on behalf of souls. Our weapons are spiritual too, chief among them prayer and penance. The faithful prayer and sacrifices of Disciples can and do move the world, one soul at a time, as well as in great events.

Whenever we think our efforts are wasted, recognize that as a temptation to deflect us and make us stop, We may never know in this life how we helped someone else who is struggling or in danger, Other times we may see startling results, especially through the power of prayer. This call to prayer and penance on behalf of souls, and reparation for sin, are key themes of Our Lady of Fatima's message, As the Church commemorates the

100th anniversary of the Blessed Virgin's apparitions to the three shepherd children at Fatima in Portugal, let us take to heart Mary's urgent pleas:

"Will you offer yourselves to God, and bear all the sufferings He sends you? In atonement for all the sins that offend Him? And for the conversion of sinners?"

"I want you to continue saying the Rosary every day. And after each one of the mysteries, my children, I want you to pray in this way: 'O my Jesus forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell. Take all souls to heaven, especially those who are most in need of thy mercy,"'

"Make sacrifices for sinners, and say often, especially while making a sacrifice: "O Jesus, this is for love of Thee, for the conversion of sinners, and in reparation for offenses committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.”

Our Lady's words inspire holy confidence that God honors our efforts!

 

---from EWTN's special Fatima page, https:ffwww.ewtn.com/fatima/

 

 

School News -

August 4: School Open House, 1:00- 4:00

August 6: Virtus Training, 1:00- 4:30 August 8: First day of school & preschool -

private transport August 9: Private transport

August 15: Feast of the Assumption - No School

The School Dress Code is now on facebook and St. Edward website. The only school supply to purchase is a backpack and perhaps a lunchbox if needed- school supplies will be provided. (Preschool news to follow next week)

New Eucharistic Minister schedules through October are in the sacristy.

Servers Pool Party is Saturday, July 29, 1:00 - 4:00 at the Country Club. Will be serving pizza.

All Virtus trained volunteers remain current with their monthly training bulletins to remain an active volunteer. Email bulletins are sent on the first Sunday of each month, with a deadline of the first Monday of the next. Thanks for your cooperation with helping us create and maintain a safe environment.

Upcoming Virtus Trainings will be: Sunday, August 6, 1:00 - 4:30

Sunday, September 17, 1:00 - 4:30 You must be Virtus trained and current with

your monthly bulletins to participate in Parish and School activities.

 

 

On Saturday, September 16, the Spirit Sisters will be having a "Spirit Day" for the ladies of St.

Edward parish. The retreat will begin at 10:00am and conclude with the 5:30pm Mass. If you are interested in participating, please contact Cheryl Anness (859-967-7374) by Wednesday, August 16.

Spiritual Adoption Prayer Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love you very much. I beg of you to protect the life of the unborn child that I have spiritually adopted whose life and health is in danger. Mary, our Mother in Heaven, pray for us and especially for your little ones. Because God loves every baby He creates, I promise to pray for my spiritually adopted baby for nine months. Amen.

The DCCH Center for Children & Families are having their 18th annual Flea Market, 75 Orphanage Road, Ft. Mitchell, KY - August 5, 8:00am-2:00pm and August 6, 11:00am - 2:00pm. Proceeds benefit victims of child abuse.

Regional Pro-Life Mass, Tuesday, August 1, 7:00 pm at St. Francis Xavier in Falmouth. All are welcome!! Please join the Pro-Life Community and Fr. Michael Norton for this Life affirming mass!

Fr. Harry would like to invite our middle school and high school servers to serve on weekends for Holy Mass. If you are interested, please call Sherri

@ the office so she can place you on the servers schedule. Also, if there are no servers at Mass, please volunteer to serve.

 

 

 


 

Liturgical Ministers - Sunday, July 23, 2017

 

5:30

Mass Intention:  Joanne Tolle (Paul and Cheryl Fischer)

Altar Servers:     Kate Gasser, Grace Sparks

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:  Pat Perraut

Lector:  Mickiee Browning

Rosary Leader:  John Schreiber

 

 

 

10:00

Mass Intention:  Parishioners, living and deceased

Altar Servers:     Addison Perraut, A.J. Perraut

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:  Edith Castillo, Kendra Cooper, Steve Cropper

Lector:  John Merz

Rosary Leader: Edith Castillo

 

 

 


 

Last Updated ( Friday, 14 July 2017 16:12 )
 

Bulletin for Week of July 9, 2017

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MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, July 8

5:30 pm Bill Curry (Pat)

Sunday, July 9 Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10 am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, July 10

no Mass

Tuesday, July 11 Flossie Gasser (St. Edward Staff)

Noon

Wednesday, July 12

noon For W.B.

Thursday, July 13

noon Ernest H. Pringle (Clay Family)

Friday, July 14

noon Katherine Price (Terry Box Family)

Saturday, July 15

5:30 pm David Gasser (Family)

Sunday, July 16 Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

offertory last Sunday ................ $ 5,630

250 Club winner June 16 #963 Winner: Veronica Hawn

EVENTS THIS WEEK

Monday Spirit Sister meeting 6:30pm Cafeteria

2017/18 registration update

20 in ccd: 1 in second, 4 in fourth, 4 in fifth, 2 in sixth,

7 in seventh, 2 in eighth

26 in preschool

37 in school: 10 in kindergarten, 6 in first, 7 in second,

5 in third, 7 in fourth, 2 in fifth

We pray for those preparing for Sacraments:

Marriage on July 15 Aaron Brooks & Laken Reffett

on August 4 Ethan Arthur & Macy Gasser

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham,

Pat Williams, Vonda Gaunce We pray for the homebound and

those in care centers: Missy Giles, Rita Feix, Bob Grable,

Theresa Martin, Karen Mattingly, Joe & Loni Zaragoza, Glenda Lang

Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford

Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook, Gert Landry,

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Roger

and all bishops, Frs. Stoeppel & Williams and all priests,

deacons & seminarians, Srs. Francello, Immaculate, Norene

and all sisters

 

You are called to help in the Lord's work of

Redemption

Looking at the state of the world today, it's easy to get

discouraged. Rampant evil and injustice might even make

us feel powerless to bring about change. But however

impossible things may appear from a purely human perspective,

the entire scene looks very different if we have a supernatural

viewpoint.

God continues to work out salvation history, right now,

in our midst! As disciples, this divine action involves us

directly. We are commissioned to take up our role on the

battlefield for the Kingdom - not in physical combat, but

spiritual warfare on behalf of souls. Our weapons are spiritual

too, chief among them prayer and penance. The faithful prayer

and sacrifices of Disciples can and do move the world, one soul

at a time, as well as in great events.

Whenever we think our efforts are wasted, recognize that as a

temptation to deflect us and make us stop. We may never know

in this life how we helped someone else who is struggling or in

danger. Other times we may see startling results, especially

through the power of prayer. This call to prayer and penance

on behalf of souls, and reparation for sin, are key themes

of Our Lady of Fatima's message. As the Church commemorates

the 100th anniversary of the Blessed Virgin's apparitions

to the three shepherd children at Fatima in Portugal, let us

take to heart Mary's urgent pleas:

"Will you offer yourselves to God, and bear all the sufferings

He sends you? In atonement for all the sins that offend Him?

And for the conversion of sinners?"

"I want you to continue saying the Rosary every day. And after

each one of the mysteries, my children, I want you to pray in

this way: 'O my Jesus forgive us our sins, save us from

the fires of hell. Take all souls to heaven, especially those

who are most in need of thy mercy."'

"Make sacrifices for sinners, and say often, especially while

making a sacrifice: "O Jesus, this is for love of Thee, for

the conversion of sinners, and in reparation for offenses

committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.If'

Our Lady's words inspire holy confidence that God honors

our efforts!

---from EWTN's special Fatima page, https://www.ewtn.com/Jatimal

 

 

 

New Eucharistic Minister schedules through October are in the sacristy.

Servers Pool Party is Saturday, July 29, 1:00-4:00 at the

Country Club. Serving pizza.

WANTED: We are making Fr. Doug a memory book.

Did Fr. Doug Baptize your baby? Was he the

celebrant at your wedding? Do you have any

old pictures of Fr. Doug at school, ice cream

social or Christmas? We (parish council) would

very much like to give him this gift to express our

gratitude and sincere thanks for his 12 years

serving St. Edward Church & School. If you have

anything to add to the memory book, please drop

them off at the church office or see Debbie Midden.

Thank you.

School Matching Challenge - Thank you to all who

contributed. We needed to collect an additional $15,000

beyond our ordinary Sunday offerings by June 30 to receive

the matching funds of $15,000 so we could catch up in our

offertory collections. In addition to the School Matching

Challenge, we had to use the 2016 DP AA rebate money

to close the offertory gap. Both of these projects amount

to $60,000. Your contribution(s) helped us meet our

financial obligations for the second half of the fiscal year.

Thank you for your generosity! WE MADE IT!!

Spiritual Adoption Prayer Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love you

very much. I beg of you to protect the life of the unborn child that

I have spiritually adopted whose life and health is in danger. Mary,

our Mother in Heaven, pray for us and especially for your little ones.

Because God loves every baby He creates, I promise to pray for my

spiritually adopted baby for nine months. Amen.

 

 

 

 

On Saturday, September 16, the Spirit Sisters will be

having a "Spirit Day" for the ladies of St. Edward parish.

The retreat will begin at 10:00am and conclude with the

5:30pm Mass. If you are interested in participating,

please contact Cheryl Anness (859-967-7374)

by Wednesday, August 16.

Spiritual Adoption Prayer Jesus, Mary and Joseph,

I love you very much. I beg of you to protect the life of the

unborn child that I have spiritually adopted whose life

and health is in danger. Mary, our Mother in Heaven,

pray for us and especially for your little ones. Because

God loves every baby He creates, I promise to pray for

my spiritually adopted baby for nine months. Amen.

All Virtus trained volunteers remain current with their

monthly training bulletins to remain an active volunteer.

Email bulletins are sent on the first Sunday of each month,

with a deadline of the first Monday of the next. Thanks for

your cooperation with helping us create and maintain a safe

environment.

New Beginnings is a faith based support group. It provides

separated and divorced individuals the opportunity for healing

and growth. In this group, participants find new understanding

of themselves and their relationships and gain courage to

discover new life. Registration is required.

Contact 1.859.392.1500 ext. 1529 for information.

When we have nothing to give -

let us give Him that nothingness.

When we cannot pray -

let us give that inability to Him.

... Let us ask him to pray in us,

for no one knows the Father better than He. No

one can pray better than Jesus.

St. Teresa of Calcutta

 

 

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, July 16, 2017

 

Mass: 5:30 p.m.

Mass Intention: David Gasser (Family)

Altar Servers: Volunteer

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: Debbie Henson

Lector: Mary Grable

Rosary Leader: Mary Ann Perraut

 

 

 

Mass: 10:00 a.m.

Mass Intention: Parishioners, living & deceased

Altar Servers: Calvin Heimlich, Resa Heimlich

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: David Klein, Paulette Klein, John Merz

Lector: David Klein

Rosary Leader: Dennis Witajewski

 

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