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ANNUAL WHITE MASS
Bishop Foys invites all healthcare professionals to the Annual “White Mass” to be held at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption on Thursday, October 27th at 6:30pm. The annual “White Mass” gathers the
faithful to pray for God’s Blessing upon all who labor in the healing ministry of the Church, such as physicians, nurses, compassionate care ministers, Hospice Care, chaplains, metal healthcare workers, and all men and women religious and Catholic laypersons serving in the healthcare profession. Please prayerfully consider joining together with your fellow Catholic physicians and other health care professionals to celebrate the Eucharist. Reception following Mass in Bishop Howard Memorial Auditorium. The annual “White Mass” is being hosted by the Sts. Teresa of Calcutta and Faustina Guild of the Catholic Medical Association (CMA) and more information on the CMA and joining the guild in the Diocese of Covington will be available at the reception.
MASS AND PRAYER VIGIL FOR LIFE
On October 29th, the 5th Saturday of October, Bishop Foys of the Diocese of Covington will celebrate the 8am Mass at Holy Name Catholic Church on Auburn Avenue near Christ Hospital. The fifth Saturday Masses and Prayer Vigils for Life are sponsored by Life’s 5th Quarter. Its goal is to tap into the enthusiasm that our youth demonstrate each
January for the March for Life In Washington DC and to teach our youth the power of the best spiritual weapon available to us, outside the Eucharist, - THE ROSARY. Life’s 5th Quarter is challenging our Youth to take ownership of this 5th Saturday along with adult support to give just two hours during this school year by attending one of the prayer vigils on a 5th Saturday. Jesus Christ tells us to take up our cross and follow him. Will you? Please see www.facebook.com/lifes5thquarter for details.
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There are some moments that are quintessentially Catholic. At Dynamic Catholic we are committed to producing world-class learning systems for each of these moments. This work began in 2009 with an assessment of all current programs and the needs of the Church in these areas. At that time it was determined that the largest immediate need was in the area of Confirmation. Each year one million young Catholics are Confirmed in the United States. 85% of them will stop practicing the faith within seven years of being Confirmed.
In May 2014, we launched the first of our major programs for Confirmation. This program is unique in many ways, from its engaging
content, high level production, and the use of technologies that have
never been used in Confirmation Preparation before. But it is also
unique in that this program is available to every parish in the United
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Saint Therese Parish was founded in the year 1927. We celebrated our 85th Anniversary in 2012. The parish and school were named after St. Therese of Lisieux, who lived in Lisieux, France during the late 19th century. St. Therese Parish is a member of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington, Kentucky.
Saint Therese Parish is a church and school situated in the northern region of the Commonwealth (state) of Kentucky in the City of Southgate in Campbell County. The church and school are considered part of the Greater Cincinnati, Ohio / Northern Kentucky metropolitan area, just south of the Ohio River in the mid-west United States.
We welcome visitors to come and join our vibrant, faith family. Saint Therese Parish serves all those who seek the love of Christ. Come and worship with us and feel at home.