St. Patrick Church

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Cathedral Basilica 07/13/2021

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Timeline Photos 07/13/2021

Big news out of Rome today! Our Diocese will welcome a new shepherd on September 30, Bishop-Elect John C. Iffert! For the past 19 years, Bishop Foys has been a tremendous gift to the Diocese of Covington and has been a true father, brother, friend, and shepherd to the people of the Diocese of Covington. Now that he has earned a much deserved retirement, we am excited to see what the Lord has in store for the future of our Diocese under the leadership of our new bishop!

Let’s pray each day for many blessings upon Bishop Foys as he retires and for many blessings to be bestowed upon Bishop-Elect Iffert as he prepares to be consecrated a Bishop and to take up the task of being the chief teacher and shepherd to our wonderful Diocese!

Thank you, Bishop Foys! Welcome, Bishop-Elect Iffert! Ad Multos Annos!

#PopeFrancis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Roger J. Foys, 75, from the pastoral governance of the Diocese of Covington and has appointed Father John Iffert, a priest of the Diocese of Belleville as Bishop-elect of Covington: http://ow.ly/2C4050FuPgS

06/23/2021

Due to an outage in our phone service provider, the phone line for the Parish Office is currently not in service. If you need to contact the parish office for any reason, especially an emergency, please call the school number (606) 564-5949 and follow the prompts to reach any member of our parish staff. We hope to have our regular phone service restored as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause in the mean time. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to resolve this issue.

Due to an outage in our phone service provider, the phone line for the Parish Office is currently not in service. If you need to contact the parish office for any reason, especially an emergency, please call the school number (606) 564-5949 and follow the prompts to reach any member of our parish staff. We hope to have our regular phone service restored as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause in the mean time. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to resolve this issue.

Photos from St. Patrick Church's post 06/13/2021

We were honored to have Bishop Foys with us last night for Mass to solemnly bless and dedicate our new Heating and Air Conditioning System! It has been an incredible project that took the work of many people coming together to make this dream a reality! We are so incredibly grateful to Jerry Lundergan and the Lundergan family for their tremendously generous gift of this new HVAC system in memory of Eugene, Thelma, and Thomas Lundergan! Thank you to everyone who has a part in the designing, planning, construction, and completion of this project! We hope this new system will allow us to give fitting praise to Almighty God without the distractions of extreme heat or extreme cold for generations into the future! Here are a few images of the progression of the project to bring this system to life and maintain the beauty and grandeur of our church!

06/02/2021

When we resumed public worship in May 2020, Bishop Foys issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass for all people of our Diocese. This dispensation was meant to allow people to return to Mass as they felt comfortable and as their health and safety needs required. Bishop Foys has decided to lift the dispensation from attending Sunday Mass effective next Saturday, June 12, 2021. Once the dispensation is lifted, the obligation to attend Sunday Mass each week will be back in force. Attending Mass each week is a Precept of the Church that carries with it the weight of mortal sin. As always, however, those who are ill, caring for those who are ill, or are otherwise legitimately impeded from attending Mass by no fault of their own, do not incur mortal sin by not attending Mass. Those in these situations should spend extra time in prayer or can make use of the livestream to honor the Lord’s Day as best they can. Please do not hesitate to contact the parish office with any questions or for further clarification. See you at Mass!

When we resumed public worship in May 2020, Bishop Foys issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass for all people of our Diocese. This dispensation was meant to allow people to return to Mass as they felt comfortable and as their health and safety needs required. Bishop Foys has decided to lift the dispensation from attending Sunday Mass effective next Saturday, June 12, 2021. Once the dispensation is lifted, the obligation to attend Sunday Mass each week will be back in force. Attending Mass each week is a Precept of the Church that carries with it the weight of mortal sin. As always, however, those who are ill, caring for those who are ill, or are otherwise legitimately impeded from attending Mass by no fault of their own, do not incur mortal sin by not attending Mass. Those in these situations should spend extra time in prayer or can make use of the livestream to honor the Lord’s Day as best they can. Please do not hesitate to contact the parish office with any questions or for further clarification. See you at Mass!

05/25/2021

Last night, 8th grade students from our Parish School and CCD, through the laying on of hands and anointing with Sacred Chrism by Bishop Foys, were confirmed in the Holy Spirit at the Cathedral Basilica in Covington.

Praise God for the grace of this Sacrament!

Come, Holy Ghost!

Last night, 8th grade students from our Parish School and CCD, through the laying on of hands and anointing with Sacred Chrism by Bishop Foys, were confirmed in the Holy Spirit at the Cathedral Basilica in Covington.

Praise God for the grace of this Sacrament!

Come, Holy Ghost!

05/23/2021

We are excited to announce the hiring of Mr. Logan Haire as our new Director of Religious Education (DRE) for our parish! Logan has his Master’s Degree in Catholic Theology from the Saint Meinrad Seminary School of Theology. He moved to Maysville about a year ago with his wife, Dr. Kathryn Haire, and has an extensive history working in various ministry positions. He served as the Assistant to the Coordinator of Religious Education in his home parish of Our Lady of Lourdes in Owensboro, KY, from 2014-2016 and then worked as the Vocation Program Coordinator for the Vocations Office of the Diocese of Lexington from 2016-2020. In his DRE role at St. Patrick, he will be working with our CCD Program, RCIA Program, and Youth Group. He will also be working to support Adult Faith Formation in the parish through coordinating Scripture and Catechism studies and he will be working to establish and support a Young Adult Ministry. We are excited for the expertise, excitement, and talents that Logan will bring to our parish as DRE!

We are excited to announce the hiring of Mr. Logan Haire as our new Director of Religious Education (DRE) for our parish! Logan has his Master’s Degree in Catholic Theology from the Saint Meinrad Seminary School of Theology. He moved to Maysville about a year ago with his wife, Dr. Kathryn Haire, and has an extensive history working in various ministry positions. He served as the Assistant to the Coordinator of Religious Education in his home parish of Our Lady of Lourdes in Owensboro, KY, from 2014-2016 and then worked as the Vocation Program Coordinator for the Vocations Office of the Diocese of Lexington from 2016-2020. In his DRE role at St. Patrick, he will be working with our CCD Program, RCIA Program, and Youth Group. He will also be working to support Adult Faith Formation in the parish through coordinating Scripture and Catechism studies and he will be working to establish and support a Young Adult Ministry. We are excited for the expertise, excitement, and talents that Logan will bring to our parish as DRE!

Photos from St. Patrick's Saints GO GREEN!'s post 05/21/2021

¡¡¡Muchas Gracias!!!

05/02/2021

Congratulations to our First Holy Communion Class of 2021. May the joy and excitement you experienced today only grow in every Holy Communion you make as you continue your growth as Disciples of Christ.

Congratulations to our First Holy Communion Class of 2021. May the joy and excitement you experienced today only grow in every Holy Communion you make as you continue your growth as Disciples of Christ.

04/25/2021

112 years ago!

112 years ago!

04/23/2021

The Saint Joseph relic has arrived! We will host this relic of the cloak of Saint Joseph for the next week! This small piece of Saint Joseph’s cloak was entrusted to our Diocese by Pope Pius XII in 1950 and is part of the cloak brought to Rome from Jerusalem by Saint Jerome. This cloak was owned by Saint Joseph and certainly touched by Jesus Christ Himself! As we celebrate this special Year of Saint Joseph, called for by Pope Francis, take a few minutes to experience this relic and pray through the intercession of Saint Joseph to love Our Lord as much as he did!

The Saint Joseph relic has arrived! We will host this relic of the cloak of Saint Joseph for the next week! This small piece of Saint Joseph’s cloak was entrusted to our Diocese by Pope Pius XII in 1950 and is part of the cloak brought to Rome from Jerusalem by Saint Jerome. This cloak was owned by Saint Joseph and certainly touched by Jesus Christ Himself! As we celebrate this special Year of Saint Joseph, called for by Pope Francis, take a few minutes to experience this relic and pray through the intercession of Saint Joseph to love Our Lord as much as he did!

04/22/2021

This weekend we will host a second-class relic of St. Joseph. This relic is a piece of the cloak of St. Joseph and was given to our diocese by Pope Pius XII in 1950. This item, owned by the foster-father of Jesus is a tangible reminder that the Saints are real people who lived lives of holiness and are now in Heaven. We too can be holy and we too can fulfill the mission Christ gives to each of us, like Saint Joseph did so triumphantly! The relic will be on display throughout the weekend and next week. Stop by sometime and visit our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and pray for the grace to live this life with the level of virtue, devotion, and love for Christ that Saint Joseph did 2,000 years ago!

This weekend we will host a second-class relic of St. Joseph. This relic is a piece of the cloak of St. Joseph and was given to our diocese by Pope Pius XII in 1950. This item, owned by the foster-father of Jesus is a tangible reminder that the Saints are real people who lived lives of holiness and are now in Heaven. We too can be holy and we too can fulfill the mission Christ gives to each of us, like Saint Joseph did so triumphantly! The relic will be on display throughout the weekend and next week. Stop by sometime and visit our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and pray for the grace to live this life with the level of virtue, devotion, and love for Christ that Saint Joseph did 2,000 years ago!

04/08/2021

Bishop Foys will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to adults at 10:00 AM on the Solemnity of Pentecost (May 23,2021) at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption in Covington.

If you are an adult who has not yet received this incredibly important sacrament, please call Fr. Andrew as soon as possible to register for this event. Only those who are registered in advance will be allowed to receive the sacrament and the deadline is at the end of April. Don’t delay! Call Fr. Andrew at the parish office - (606) 564-5949 - and he will give you all the details.

Bishop Foys will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to adults at 10:00 AM on the Solemnity of Pentecost (May 23,2021) at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption in Covington.

If you are an adult who has not yet received this incredibly important sacrament, please call Fr. Andrew as soon as possible to register for this event. Only those who are registered in advance will be allowed to receive the sacrament and the deadline is at the end of April. Don’t delay! Call Fr. Andrew at the parish office - (606) 564-5949 - and he will give you all the details.

Photos from St. Patrick Church's post 04/04/2021

Our Easter celebrations were made all the more special this year thanks to the incredible talents of Nacho, Silvia, and Mya who helped us to restore to full view our gorgeous Resurrection window for the first time in 49 years! We even found a small piece of the original detail work on the walls of the church!

In 1972, the Reconciliation Room was built at St. Patrick Church. Over the years, however, the room fell into need for many repairs and after consulting with the Bishop, we decided to retire this structure and restore that portion of the church to its original intended look. Nacho and his work crew were able to dismantle the room while Silvia and Mya painted the walls and columns to match the surrounding church. Don’t worry, Confessions are still available at all our regular times and any time by request. We will be using the smaller Confessional in the church for now and hope to replace the Reconciliation Room soon with something smaller and more fitting the architecture of our church.

Thank you to everyone who helped with this project to restore this fantastic window that has been mostly hidden for almost half a century!

Happy Easter! Christ has risen! Alleluia!

An Ancient Homily on Holy Saturday 04/03/2021

An Ancient Homily on Holy Saturday

Today is Holy Saturday. Today we wait with the Lord in His tomb. Today Christ descends to the dead and victoriously leads the holy souls to Heaven! Tonight the final victory over sin and death will be won as Christ rises from the dead and the holy Season of Easter begins! Here is an ancient reflection on what happened on Holy Saturday. Take a few minutes to reflect on these beautiful words and consider joining us for the most solemn and glorious Mass of the year, the Easter Vigil, tonight at 8:30 PM!

https://youtu.be/h-Iq4o0uw_g

An Ancient Homily on Holy Saturday A reading of the ancient homily on Holy Saturday found in the Office of Readings for Holy Saturday. The homily synthesizes and proclaims the salvific action ...

04/02/2021

O Ave Crux, Spes Unica

O Ave Crux, Spes Unica

04/02/2021

Today is Good Friday, the day Our Lord Jesus Christ suffered and died for us to set us free. Join us today for these opportunities to set aside time today to honor the gift Christ gave us of Himself on the Cross.

Stations of the Cross: Noon, 1:00 PM (Spanish), and 7:00 PM.

Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday: 3:00 PM

Confessions: Noon-2:00 PM, following the Good Friday Liturgy as long as needed, and 7:00-8:00 PM.

Also, please remember that today is a day of obligatory Fasting (one meal with two small snacks permitted - ages 18-59) and Abstinence (no eating meat for anyone age 14 and older). Christ suffered so much for us today, these small sacrifices of food give us one small way to show the Lord our gratitude for all He has done and continues to do for us.

Today is Good Friday, the day Our Lord Jesus Christ suffered and died for us to set us free. Join us today for these opportunities to set aside time today to honor the gift Christ gave us of Himself on the Cross.

Stations of the Cross: Noon, 1:00 PM (Spanish), and 7:00 PM.

Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday: 3:00 PM

Confessions: Noon-2:00 PM, following the Good Friday Liturgy as long as needed, and 7:00-8:00 PM.

Also, please remember that today is a day of obligatory Fasting (one meal with two small snacks permitted - ages 18-59) and Abstinence (no eating meat for anyone age 14 and older). Christ suffered so much for us today, these small sacrifices of food give us one small way to show the Lord our gratitude for all He has done and continues to do for us.

04/02/2021

Adoration on this Holy Thursday will continue until 9:30 PM

Adoration on this Holy Thursday will continue until 9:30 PM

03/23/2021

Come experience God’s mercy TONIGHT at our Deanery Lenten Penance Service starting at 6:30 PM! We will have 4 priests in attendance and they will stay to hear confessions for as long as needed. This is a great opportunity to be prepared for Easter through making a good, thorough, and honest confession! Let the Lord take away any burdens you are carrying and experience His peace! Hope to see you tonight!

Come experience God’s mercy TONIGHT at our Deanery Lenten Penance Service starting at 6:30 PM! We will have 4 priests in attendance and they will stay to hear confessions for as long as needed. This is a great opportunity to be prepared for Easter through making a good, thorough, and honest confession! Let the Lord take away any burdens you are carrying and experience His peace! Hope to see you tonight!

Downing Academy Performances - "Danny Boy" 03/18/2021

Downing Academy Performances - "Danny Boy"

As the day draws to a close on this Feast of Saint Patrick, enjoy a beautiful rendition of Danny Boy recorded in our beautiful church!

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Good Saint Patrick, pray for us!

https://youtu.be/Bh6zZ4kOsxs

Downing Academy Performances - "Danny Boy" Downing Academy voice teacher Kortney Carver Mills performs the traditional Irish ballad, Danny Boy. She is accompanied by her sister, Kacey Mills. They were...

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