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Bulletin for the Week of April 9

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, March 31 Holy Saturday

8:30 pm Brian Judy

(Mike & Michele Gaunce)

Sunday,April 1 Easter Sunday

8:00 amIn Thanksgiving for Dr. Beth &

Choir (Helen Whitaker)

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, April 2 No Mass

Tuesday,April 3 No Mass

Wed., April 4 No Mass

Thurs.,April 5 No Mass

Friday, April 6 No Mass

Saturday, April 7

5:30 pm Jason Furnish (Mom)

Sunday,April 8 Second Sunday of Easter

Divine Mercy Sunday

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, April 9 No Mass

Tuesday, April 10 Intentions of Tony Perraut (Mom)

Wed., April 11 Craig Glosemeyer (Dan & Gail)

Thurs., April 12 Intentions of Family & Friends

(Dennis & Ann Witajewski)

Friday, April 13Intentions of Fr. Harry & His

Family (Darlene & Jerry)

Saturday, April 14 Margaret McCloskey

5:30pm (John Herrmann Family)

Sunday, April 15 Third Sunday of Easter

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,866

Events for the Week:

Father Harry will be away this week April 2 – 6. If you have an emergency please call: Fr. Michael Norton in Falmouth @859-654-8241, Fr. Fister in Paris @859-987-1571or Sherri @ 234-8383.

The office will be closed this week April 2-6.

Sunday, April 8- CCD @ 8:45am Monday, April 9 - Finance Meeting 7:0pm Tues., April 10 - Spirit Sisters meeting 6:30pm Wed., April 11 - Adoration – noon until 7:00pm Thurs., April 12 - Knights of Columbus Meeting 7:00pm

Welcome Home

It is my honor and privledge to announce that Clay Darnell, Kelly Uhl, and Stephen ‘Wes’ Mallory were welcomed into the Church at last night’s Vigil! I offer my prayers and blessings to them as they begin their life in Church. To all our parishioners, please extend your support and appreciation to the newest members of our family. Clay, Kelly and Wes, wecome home! ~Fr. Harry

Catechism of the Catholic Church

PROLOGUE

II. HANDING ON THE FAITH: CATECHESIS

4 Quite early on, the name catechesis was given to the totality of the Church's efforts to make disciples, to help men believe that Jesus is the Son of God so that believing they might have life in his name, and to educate and instruct them in this life, thus building up the body of Christ.

5 "Catechesis is an education in the faith of children, young people and adults which includes especially the teaching of Christian doctrine imparted, generally speaking, in an organic and systematic way, with a view to initiating the hearers into the fullness of Christian life."

6 While not being formally identified with them, catechesis is built on a certain number of elements of the Church's pastoral mission which have a catechetical aspect, that prepare for catechesis, or spring from it. They are: the initial proclamation of the Gospel or missionary preaching to arouse faith; examination of the reasons for belief; experience of Christian living; celebration of the sacraments; integration into the ecclesial community; and apostolic and missionary witness.

7 "Catechesis is intimately bound up with the whole of the Church's life. Not only her geographical extension and numerical increase, but even more her inner growth and correspondence with God's plan depend essentially on catechesis."

8 Periods of renewal in the Church are also intense moments of catechesis. In the great era of the Fathers of the Church, saintly bishops devoted an important part of their ministry to catechesis. St. Cyril of Jerusalem and St. John Chrysostom, St. Ambrose and St. Augustine, and many other Fathers wrote catechetical works that remain models for us.

Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

St. Edward Parish is in need of volunteers to serve as Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC). The primary time of service is at Holy Mass on the Weekends. If you are interested, please contact the Church Office at (859) 234-5444. Thank you for your service!

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Kim Garrison, Lyle Lacore, Kim Brooks, Mary Grable, Eden Carter , Ky Anderson, Dennis Witajewski, Billy Browning, Mike Duffy, Rogan Clifford, Dan Lisska, Paul Zint, John Noakes, Jr., Pat Perraut, Fr. Rick Frazier, Betsy Cook, Noel Phillips, Lewis Gaffin and Gracie Furnish.

We pray for the homebound and those in care centers: Missy Giles, Rita Feix, Bob Grable, Theresa Martin, Joe &Loni Zaragoza, Glenda Lang, Pete& Janet Cline. Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford. Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook. Karen Mattingly – The Willows in Lexington.

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Foys, Frs. Stoeppel& Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians and religious.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump, the Congress and our military at home and abroad , and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

The Paschal Candle towers over the Easter assembly, a symbol of the joy and glory radiated by the risen Lord. Its stature is both inspiring and pragmatic, for it will burn at every Easter Season Mass and every baptism and funeral rite during the year. This pillar of Christ is lowered into the baptismal font three times at the Easter Vigil in a symbolic relationship that gives birth to the baptized so they may “rise to the life of newborn children through water and the Holy Spirit.” The Paschal candle represents the “Lumen Christi,” “the light of Christ.” Thanks be to God.

Alleluia from the Hebrew word meaning “Praise the Lord.” Alleluia is a special acclamation of joy.

The renewal of Baptismal Vows The recitation of the Creed on Easter is typically replaced by a renewal of baptismal vows. Easter joy and glory are diminished if the faithful do not pledge to renounce sin and follow Christ. There is grace in this rite, for it has been inspired by the zeal of the newly baptized, just as the witness of the assembly in turn drew the catechumens to the church. The faithful attest to their spoken vows by holding candles lighted from the Paschal flame as they are sprinkled with the waters of baptism.

*Adoration is available every Wednesday from

8:00am – 7:00pm unless noted in the bulletin. Please come to adore the Lord.

*Confession is also available on Wednesdays during Adoration from 5:30pm – 6:30pm

 

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, April 8 & 15, 2018

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

5:30

April 7

Jason Furnish (Mom)

April 14

Margaret McCloskey

(John Herrmann Family)

April 7

Camille Hatfield

Skylar Hatfield

Kate Gasser

April 14

Grace Sparks

Madison Jones

Grace Lang

April 7

Mickiee Browning

April 14

Mickiee Browning

April 7

Mickiee Browning

April 14

Mickiee Browning

April 7

Mary Ann Perraut

April 14

Margaret Reed

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

April 8

Isaac Furnish

AJ Perraut

Addison Perraut

April 15

Grace Sparks

Madison Jones

Grace Lang

April 8

Paulette Klein

April 15

Dan Westhoff

April 8

Amanda Aldridge

April 15

Kayleigh Evans

April 8

Mike Aldridge

April 15

Edith Castillo

 


 

Last Updated ( Friday, 06 April 2018 12:20 )
 

Bulletin for the Week of March 12, 2018

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, March 10

5:30 pm Intentions of Beth Laytart

(Kim Brooks)

Sunday, March 11 Fourth Sunday of Lent

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, March 12

No Mass

Tuesday, March 13

Noon David Probus (Mary & Bob)

Wed., March 14

Noon Craig Glosemeyer (Dan & Gail)

Thurs., March 15

Noon John Dathan Mitchell (Amanda A.)

Friday, March 16

Noon In Thanksgiving – David Klein

(David & Paulette Klein)

Saturday, March 17

5:30 pm Intentions of Tom Vallandingham

(David & Paulette Klein)

Sunday, March 18 Fifth Sunday of Lent

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,771

Coming Events:

Sat., Mar. 10 - SPRING FORWARD

Sun., Mar. 11 - Easter Flower Collection

- CCD 8:45am

Wed., Mar. 14 - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am-7:00pm

- RCIA 7:15pm

Thur., Mar. 15 - Parish Council Meeting 7:00pm

Fri., Mar. 16 - Fish Fry 5:00pm-7:00pm

- Stations of the Cross 7:30pm

Sun., Mar. 18 - DPAA in pew commitment weekend

Mon., Mar. 19 -Ice Cream Social Chairperson Meeting

at 7:00pm in Brinker Hall. This meeting

is open to everyone. ~Fr. Harry

Wed., Mar. 21 - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am-7:00pm

- Last RCIA 7:15pm

Thur., Mar. 22 - Lenten Penance Service 7:00pm-8:00pm

Fri., Mar. 23 - Fish Fry 5:00pm-7:00pm

- Stations of the Cross 7:30pm

Sat., Mar. 24 - Diaconate Ordination in Covington, 10am

Sun., Mar. 25 - Palm Sunday. Breakfast Social after Mass.

Gert Landry contacted us to ask for prayers. She fell and broke her hip. She had surgery & is now in rehab. If you would like to send her a card, the address:

84 Township Road 1192, Protorville, OH 45669

Ice Cream Social

Planning has begun for our annual Ice Cream Social. The chairpersons are strongly encouraged to attend the first planning meeting on Monday, March 19th at 7:00pm in Brinker Hall. This meeting is also open to anyone interested in contributing their time and talent, or if they would like to offer helpful suggestions. Thank you! ~Fr. Harry

Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday

Sat., March 24th –Vigil at 5:30pm

Sun., March 25th –Mass at 10:00am w/Procession. Breakfast Social after Mass.

Tuesday of Holy Week (March 27th)

Mass at Noon

Chrism Mass at Cathedral at 7:00pm

Wednesday of Holy Week

Mass at Noon

No Adoration

Holy Thursday (March 29th)

No Noon Mass

Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7:00pm

Adoration till Midnight

Good Friday (March 30th)

Stations of the Cross at 12:00pm (Noon)

Confessions till 2:30pm

Passion of the Lord Service at 3:00pm

Holy Saturday (March 31st)

Easter Vigil begins at 8:30pm

Easter Sunday (April 1st)

Sunday Masses at 8:00am & 10:00am

Online Giving

It is now possible to donate to your parish online. Check out our website at http://www.stedwardky.org/, at the bottom of the page on the left click “Online Giving Contribution Link” and make your donation. It’s fast and easy – no more need for envelopes.

PLEASE Check out and SHARE

St. Edward School Facebook Page!!

Help us promote our school and get the word out!!

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Please keep in your prayers the soul of Margaret McCloskey, the mother of Peggy who passed away. May her soul and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen.

Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

St. Edward Parish is in need of volunteers to serve as Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC). The primary time of service is at Holy Mass on the Weekends. If you are interested, please contact the Church Office at (859) 234-5444.

Thank you for your service!

Lenten Fish Frys

Come to our Fish Fry this Friday (and all Fridays of Lent through March 23rd). Enjoy our homecooked food and the fellowship of our community. Bring your friends!

Call in orders for pick up are also available, please call (859) 234-2731.

Stay for the celebration of Stations of the Cross at 7:30pm. Confessions heard from 7:00-7:30pm

*Adoration is available every Wednesday from 8:00am – 7:00pm unless noted in the bulletin. Please come to adore the Lord.

*Confession is also available on Wednesdays during Adoration from 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Catholic Relief Service Rice Bowls are available at both entrances of the church. Please be generous. Bring them back at the end of Lent.

Lenten discipline the Catechism of the Catholic Church observes: “The interior penance of the Christian can be expressed in many and various ways. Scripture and the Fathers insist above all on three forms: fasting, prayer and almsgiving.” (CCC #1434)

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Kim Garrison, Lyle Lacore, Kim Brooks, Mary Grable, Eden Carter , Ky Anderson, Dennis Witajewski, Billy Browning, Mike Duffy, Rogan Clifford, Dan Lisska, Paul Zint, John Noakes, Jr., Pat Perraut, Fr. Rick Frazier, Betsy Cook, Noel Phillips.

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, Pete& Janet Cline. Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford. Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook.

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Foys,

Frs. Stoeppel& Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians and religious.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump, the Congress and our military at home and abroad , and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

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 are 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.

New Parishioners – Welcome! Please register at the Parish Office, email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or pick up a form after Mass – please introduce yourself to Father.

Sacrament of Baptism, please call the Church Office for scheduling and your “Baptism Request Form.”

Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, please call Fr. Harry for an appointment to begin Marriage Preparation at least 6 months before your desired wedding date.

“The fast of Lent has no advantage to us unless it brings about our spiritual renewal. It it necessary while fasting to change our whole life and practice virtue. Turning away from all wickedness means keeping our tongue in check, restraining our anger, avoiding all gossip, lying and swearing. To abstain from these things—herein lies the true value of the fast.”

~St. John Chrystostom

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, March 18, 2018

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

Intentions of

Tom Vallandingham

(David & Paulette)

Grace Lang

Skylar Hatfield

Kate Gasser

Debbie Henson

Mickiee Browning

Margaret Reed

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Kaitlin Barry

Olivia Barry

Toby Barry

Paulette Klein

David Klein

Mike Ravenscraft

 


 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 10 March 2018 13:44 )
 

Bulletin for the Week of March 5, 2018

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, March 3

5:30 pm Elizabeth Wright

(Paul & Cheryl Fischer)

Sunday, March 4 Third Sunday of Lent

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, March 5

No Mass

Tuesday, March 6

Noon Brent Baker (Aaron Brooks & Family)

Wed., March 7

Noon Intentions of Pat Williams

(David & Paulette Klein)

Thurs., March 8

Noon Helen Florence (Mike & Michele)

Friday, March 9

Noon Intentions of Karen Mattingly

(David & Paulette Klein)

Saturday, March 10

5:30 pm Intentions of Beth Laytart

(Kim Brooks)

Sunday, March 11 Fourth Sunday of Lent

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,341

Coming Events:

Sun., Mar. 4 - CCD 8:45AM

Mon., Mar. 5 - Finance Meeting at 7:00pm

Tues., Mar. 6 - CWBS 6:30pm (last one)

Wed., Mar. 7 - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am-7:00pm

- RCIA 7:15pm

Thur., Mar. 8 - KC’s meeting at 7:00pm

Friday, Mar. 9 - Fish Fry 5:00pm-7:00pm

- Stations of the Cross 7:30pm

- Extended Confessions

(12:00pm – 12:00am)

Sat., Mar. 10 - SPRING FORWARD

Sun., Mar. 11 - Easter Flower Collection

- CCD 8:45am

Mon., Mar. 12 - School Board Meeting at 7:00pm

Wed., Mar. 14 - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am-7:00pm

- RCIA 7:15pm

Thur., Mar. 15 - Parish Council Meeting 7:00pm

Fri., Mar. 16 - Fish Fry 5:00pm-7:00pm

- Stations of the Cross 7:30pm

Sun., Mar. 18 - DPAA in pew commitment weekend

Mon., Mar. 19 - Ice Cream Social Chairperson Meeting

at 7:00pm in Brinker Hall. This meeting is open to everyone. ~Fr. Harry

Ice Cream Social

Planning has begun for our annual Ice Cream Social. The chairpersons are strongly encouraged to attend the first planning meeting on Monday, March 19th at 7:00pm in Brinker Hall. This meeting is also open to anyone interested in contributing their time and talent, or if they would like to offer helpful suggestions. Thank you! ~Fr. Harry

Extended Confessions

In addition to our usual Lenten observances, it is customary for the Faithful to make a good confession before the Easter Celebrations. To help this process, confession will be available here at St. Edward on Friday, March 9, 2018 from 12:00pm (Noon) till 12:00am (Midnight). Visiting priests will be assisting Fr. Harry throughout this time. Please take advantage of this unique and helpful opportunity.

Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday

Sat., March 24th –Vigil at 5:30pm

Sun., March 25th –Mass at 10:00am w/Procession

Tuesday of Holy Week (March 27th)

Mass at Noon

Chrism Mass at Cathedral at 7:00pm

Wednesday of Holy Week

Mass at Noon

No Adoration

Holy Thursday (March 29th)

No Noon Mass

Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7:00pm

Adoration till Midnight

Good Friday (March 30th)

Stations of the Cross at 12:00pm (Noon)

Confessions till 2:30pm

Passion of the Lord Service at 3:00pm

Holy Saturday (March 31st)

Easter Vigil begins at 8:30pm

Easter Sunday (April 1st)

Sunday Masses at 8:00am & 10:00am

Online Giving

It is now possible to donate to your parish online. Check out our website at http://www.stedwardky.org/, at the bottom of the page on the left click “Online Giving Contribution Link” and make your donation. It’s fast and easy – no more need for envelopes.

PLEASE Check out and SHARE

St. Edward School Facebook Page!!

Help us promote our school and get the word out!!

https://www.facebook.com/St-Edward-School-734428053255522/

Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

St. Edward Parish is in need of volunteers to serve as Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC). The primary time of service is at Holy Mass on the Weekends. If you are interested, please contact the Church Office at (859) 234-5444.

Thank you for your service!

Lenten Fish Frys

Come to our Fish Fry this Friday (and all Fridays of Lent through March 23rd). Enjoy our homecooked food and the fellowship of our community. Bring your friends!

Call in orders for pick up are also available, please call (859) 234-2731.

Stay for the celebration of Stations of the Cross at 7:30pm. Confessions heard from 7:00-7:30pm

**WEDNESDAY EVENINGS**

Fr. Harry would like to invite everyone to participate, as part of your Lenten Journey, in the RCIA classes on Wednesdays @ 7:15pm. We will be studying the commandments and morality. These classes are very informative. What better way to spend your Wednesday evenings than learning more about your faith?

*Adoration is available every Wednesday from 8:00am – 7:00pm unless noted in the bulletin. Please come to adore the Lord.

*Confession is also available on Wednesdays during Adoration from 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Catholic Relief Service Rice Bowls are available at both entrances of the church. Please be generous. Bring them back at the end of Lent.

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Kim Garrison, Lyle Lacore, Kim Brooks, Mary Grable, Eden Carter , Ky Anderson, Dennis Witajewski, Billy Browning, Mike Duffy, Rogan Clifford, Dan Lisska, Paul Zint, John Noakes, Jr., Pat Perraut, Fr. Rick Frazier, Betsy Cook, Noel Phillips.

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, Pete & Janet Cline. Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford. Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook.

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Foys,

Frs. Stoeppel & Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians and religious.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump, the Congress and our military at home and abroad , and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

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 are 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.

New Parishioners – Welcome! Please register at the Parish Office, email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or pick up a form after Mass – please introduce yourself to Father.

Sacrament of Baptism, please call the Church Office for scheduling and your “Baptism Request Form.”

Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, please call Fr. Harry for an appointment to begin Marriage Preparation at least 6 months before your desired wedding date.

“The fast of Lent has no advantage to us unless it brings about our spiritual renewal. It it necessary while fasting to change our whole life and practice virtue. Turning away from all wickedness means keeping our tongue in check, restraining our anger, avoiding all gossip, lying and swearing. To abstain from these things—herein lies the true value of the fast.”

~St. John Chrystostom

 

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, March 11, 2018

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

Intentions of

Beth Laytart

(Kim Brooks)

Grace Lang

Skylar Hatfield

Kate Gasser

Mickiee Browning

Mickiee Browning

Mary Ann Perraut

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Addison Perraut

AJ Perraut

Avery Barnes

Kendra Cooper

Jim Ingram

Charles Koch

 

 


 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 03 March 2018 10:32 )
 

Bulletin for the week of February 12

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, February 10

5:30 pm Sis, Ollie, Jerry, & Michael Gasser

(Family)

Sunday, February 11 Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, February 12

No Mass

Tuesday, February 13

Noon Flossie Gasser (Quentin, Sidney & John)

Wed., February 14 ASH WEDNESDAY

Noon Intention of Clay Family

7:00PM Intentions of Dennis Witajewski

(students and staff)

Thurs., February 15

Noon Laverne Westhoff (Parish)

Friday, February 16

Noon Shelia Gasser (Terry & Charlotte Box)

Saturday, February 17

5:30 pm Tom Boland (Family)

Sunday, February 18– First Sunday of Lent

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,551

Coming Events:

Sun., Feb. 11 - CCD 8:45am

Mon., Feb. 12 - School Board Meeting @7:00pm

Tues. Feb.13 - Spirit Sister meeting 6:30pm

- CWBS 6:30-8:30pm

Wed., Feb. 14 - Ash Wednesday

Masses at 12:00 (Noon) & 7:00pm

Thurs., Feb. 15 - School Open House, 6:30-7:30pm

- Open Registration for Students

(Ends Feb. 28th)

Fri., Feb. 16 - Fish Fry, 5:00-7:00pm

- Confessions, 7:00pm

- Stations of the Cross, 7:30pm

- Fr. Harry’s Birthday

Sat., Feb. 17 - Server Training, 10:00am (in Church)

- First Reconciliation, 7:00pm

Sun., Feb. 18 - Rite of Election

Tues., Feb. 20 - DPAA Kick off Dinner

Wed. Feb. 21 - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am-7:00pm

-RCIA @ 7:15

Thurs., Feb. 22 - Parish Council Meeting @7:00pm

Fri., Feb. 23 - Fish Fry, 5:00-7:00pm

- Confessions, 7:00pm

- Stations of the Cross, 7:30pm

Sat., Feb. 24 - Lector & EMHC Training @ 10:00am

ALL SERVERS: There will be servers training for ALL servers on Saturday, February 17 @ 10:00am.

You’re Invited!

You are invited and encouraged to attend the DPAA Kickoff Dinner which will be held in Cynthiana this year at the Prizing House on Tuesday, February 20th at 6:00pm with dinner at 6:30pm. Please RSVP with Sherri in the office as soon as possible.

PLEASE Check out and SHARE

St. Edward School Facebook Page!!

Help us promote our school and get the word out!!

https://www.facebook.com/St-Edward-School-734428053255522/

Lenten Fish Frys

*Once again this year we will have a Fish Fry during the Fridays of Lent from 5:00pm-7:00pm. If you would like to volunteer to work at one or more of the Friday Fish Frys or make a homemade dessert, it would be very much appreciated. *Stations of the cross will be at 7:30pm

**WEDNESDAY EVENINGS**

Fr. Harry would like to invite everyone to participate, as part of your Lenten Journey, in the RCIA classes on Wednesdays @ 7:15pm. We will be studying the commandments and morality. These classes are very informative. What better way to spend your Wednesday evenings than learning more about your faith?

As a reminder the rules of fasting and abstinence are as follows: Catholics in the U.S., ages 18 to the day after the 59th birthday, are obliged to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Only one full meal is allowed on these days, with no eating between meals. Catholics in the U.S. from the age of 14 are obliged to abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday, the Fridays of Lent and Good Friday. Illness or other circumstances might make it necessary for an individual to practice ways of doing penance other than fasting and abstinence.

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.

New Parishioners – Welcome! Please register at the Parish Office, email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or pick up a form after Mass – please introduce yourself to Father.

For the Sacrament of Baptism, please call

Fr. Harry for scheduling.

For the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, please call Fr. Harry for an appointment to begin Marriage Preparation at least 6 months before your desired wedding date.

*Adoration is available every Wednesday from 8:00am – 7:00pm unless noted in the bulletin. Please come to adore the Lord.

*Confession is also available on Wednesdays during Adoration from 5:30pm – 6:30pm

How to Overcome Sin?

The Deadly Sins vs. Heavenly Virtue

To Overcome Pride Practice Humility

To Overcome Greed Practice Generosity

To Overcome Lust Practice Chastity

To Overcome Wrath Practice Patience

To Overcome Gluttony Practice Temperance

To overcome Envy Practice Charity

To Overcome Sloth Practice Diligence

Fight the Good Fight of the Faith (1 Timothy 6:12)

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Is your marriage hurting in anyway? Has your marriage grown cold, distant, unloving or uncaring? Then please consider Retrouvaille - a program designed to help heal and renew marriages. Retrouvaille is for marriages that have lost some of the spark, or having difficulty in communication. Call 1.800.470.2230 or www.retrouvaille.org.

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.

Many thanks for your kind donations towards this past Sunday’s tea party. A special thank you to the St. Edward students for the heart warming handmade valentines specially designed for the residents of Parkside Manor & Shady Lawn. The tea party was “a Blast” and plans are already underway for next year.

With Gratitude, The Spirit Sisters

 

 

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, February 18, 2018

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

Tom Boland

(Family)

Madison Jones

Camille Hatfield

Grace Sparks

Lois Judy

Mickiee Browning

Margaret Reed

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Ryan Cabrera

Calvin Heimlich

Resa Heimlich

Dan Westhoff

Gail Westhoff

Mike Aldridge

 

 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 10 February 2018 16:49 )
 

Bulletin for the week of Feburary 5

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, February 3

5:30 pm Intentions of Missy Giles

(Mike & Kim Brooks)

Sunday, February 4 Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased


Monday, February 5

No Mass


Tuesday, February6

Noon Rosemary Brooks (Family)

Wed., February 7 Dorothy Mooney

Noon (Gaunce Family)

Thurs., February 8 Craig Glosemeyer

Noon (Workman Family)

Friday, February 9 Nelson Hutson

Noon (Bob and Mary Grable)

Saturday, February 10

5:30 pm Sis , Ollie, Jerry, & Michael Gasser

(Family)


Sunday, February 11– Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased


STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,551

Coming Events:

Sun., Feb. 4 - St. Blaisé Blessing

- CCD, 8:45am

- No Altar Society Meeting

- Spirit Sister Tea for Shady Lawn Ladies @

noon

Mon., Feb. 5 - Finance Meeting @ 7:00pm (Brinker Hall)

Wed., Feb. 7 - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am – 7:00pm

- RCIA @7:15

Thurs., Feb. 8 - Knights of Columbus Meeting @7:00pm

Mon., Feb. 12 - School Board Meeting @7:00pm

Tues. Feb.13 - Spirit Sister meeting 6:30pm

Wed., Feb. 14 - Ash Wednesday

Masses at 12:00 (Noon) & 7:00pm

Thurs., Feb. 15 - School Open House, 6:30-7:30pm

- Open Registration for New Students

(Ends Feb. 28th)

Fri., Feb. 16 - Fish Fry, 5:00-7:00pm

- Confessions, 7:00pm

- Stations of the Cross, 7:30pm

- Fr. Harry’s Birthday

Sat., Feb. 17 - Server Training, 10:00am (in Church)

Sun., Feb. 18 - Rite of Election

Tues., Feb. 20 - DPAA Kick off Dinner

Wed. Feb. 21 -Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am-7:00pm

-RCIA @ 7:15

Thurs., Feb. 22 - Parish Council Meeting @7:00pm

Fri., Feb. 23 - Fish Fry, 5:00-7:00pm

- Confessions, 7:00pm

- Stations of the Cross, 7:30pm

Sat., Feb. 24 - Lector & EMHC Training @ 10:00am

ALL SERVERS: There will be servers training for ALL servers on Saturday, February 17 @ 10:00am.

You’re Invited!

You are invited and encouraged to attend the DPAA Kickoff Dinner which will be held in Cynthiana this year at the Prizing House on Tuesday, February 20th at 5:00pm. Please RSVP with the Diocesan Missian and Stewardship Office at (859) 392-1500 by January 30th.

Lenten Fish Frys

Once again this year we will have a Fish Fry during the Fridays of Lent from 5:00pm-7:00pm. Stations of the cross will be at 7:30pm

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Kim Garrison, Lyle Lacore, Kim Brooks, Mary Grable, Eden Carter , Ky Anderson, Dennis Witajewski, Billy Browning, Mike Duffy, Rogan Clifford, Dan Lisska, Paul Zint, John Noakes, Jr., Pat Perraut, Fr. Rick Frazier.

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, Pete & Janet Cline. Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford. Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook.

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Foys,

Frs. Stoeppel & Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians and religious.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump, the Congress and our military at home and abroad , and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

Winners of the Knight’s Cash Madness!

1st place- Jody Whitaker

2nd place-Chris Tanner

3rd place-Kendall Henson

Dear parents, I ask you to help your children to grow in faith. … Please go with your children to Church and take part in the Sunday Eucharistic celebration! You will see that this is not time lost, rather, it is the very thing that can keep your family truly united and centered. Sunday becomes more beautiful, the whole week becomes more beautiful when you go to Sunday Mass together.” Pope Benedict XVI

Spiritual Adoption

We will pray the following prayer for nine months and ask for protection for our unborn babies. Please complete the card from the front vestibule or in the pew with your baby’s name. We will keep those cards on the altar throughout these nine months. Thank you on behalf of all unborn children.

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.

New Parishioners – Welcome! Please register at the Parish Office, email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or pick up a form after Mass – please introduce yourself to Father.

For the Sacrament of Baptism, please call

Fr. Harry for scheduling.

For the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, please call Fr. Harry for an appointment to begin Marriage Preparation at least 6 months before your desired wedding date.

*Adoration is available every Wednesday from 8:00am – 7:00pm unless noted in the bulletin. Please come to adore the Lord.

*Confession is also available on Wednesdays during Adoration from 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Please remember to save: Box Tops for Education, Ken’s receipts, Snappy Tomato Pizza (Snappy guy on pizza box), aluminum cans. Don’t forget to sign up your Kroger Reward cards and purchase gifts cards from the church office for all your purchases and gift giving needs. These projects all benefit St. Edward School.

Gift Cards

These gift cards are great gifts and the school receives a percentage of the value of the card. Please consider shopping at St. Edward for your gift card needs. If you would like to purchase gift cards, please see Sherri with your list to place your order. Thank you!

Project Rachel – If you have an abortion experience in your past, please don’t run from God’s love. Let Him heal your wounds. Contact Project Rachel for information on our healing sessions. All correspondence is confidential. Call 859-392-1547 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Is your marriage hurting in anyway? Has your marriage grown cold, distant, unloving or uncaring? Then please consider Retrouvaille - a program designed to help heal and renew marriages. Retrouvaille is for marriages that have lost some of the spark, or having difficulty in communication. Call 1.800.470.2230 or www.retrouvaille.org.

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.

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, February 11, 2018

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

Sis and Ollie, Jerry & Michael Gasser

Camille Hatfield

Skylar Hatfield

Grace Sparks

Mickiee Browning

Mickiee Browning

Mary Ann Perraut

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Isaac Furnish

AJ Perraut

Addie Perraut

Paulette Klein

Gail Westhoff

Dennis Witajewski (can someone please volunteer)

 

 


 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 03 February 2018 11:06 )
 
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