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ACUE Campaign Ends On Track for Record Donations

The 2015 ACUE (Alliance for Catholic Urban Education) campaign for Northern Kentucky schools ended yesterday on track to break records as donations continued to come in just days before the deadline. – See more at: http://thecatholicbeat.sacredheartradio.com/2015/07/acue-campaign-ends-on-track-for-record-donations/#sthash.4jMgPQHy.dpuf

Wedding Anniversary Vespers

Wedding Anniversary Vespers – 2015

The annual Wedding Anniversary Vespers are on Sunday, September 13, 2015. The vesper service, presided over by Most Reverend Roger Foys, D.D., Bishop of Covington, is at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption at 3:00 p.m. Following is a reception at Covington Latin School.

This is a celebration for couples who are observing 1, 25, 50, or 50 plus years of marriage during the 2015 year. Couples and family members are welcome, but registration is required.

Reserved seating is available for anniversary couples only. Seating for their guests is on a first come, first served basis.

Invitations have been mailed for this event. If you are celebrating an anniversary for the years listed above and would like to attend the vespers, but have not received an invitation, contact the Department of Catechesis and Formation. Responses must be returned by August 28, 2015


10 years of Crossing the Bridge for Life June 7

On June 7 more than 4000 tri-state residents are expected to Cross the Bridge for Life between Newport and Cincinnati. The event, celebrating its 10th anniversary, is a joyful, family-friendly show of support for the sanctity of human life at every stage. Festivities begin at 1 p.m. at Newport’s Riverfront Row festival area along the riverbank north of Newport on the Levee. After a brief program at 2 p.m. led by Bishop Roger Foys the walk commences across the Purple People Bridge to Cincinnati and back. For more information please visit CrossTheBridgeForLife.com. Co-sponsored by the Diocese of Covington Pro-Life Office.

You’re invited May 16, 2015

With praise and thanksgiving to the Eternal Triune God the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington requests the honor of your presence at the Ordination to the Sacred Priesthood of Jesus Christ of Michael Black, Eric Boelscher, Daniel Kluge and Andrew Young, through the power of the Holy Spirit and the imposition of hands by the Most Reverend Roger J. Foys, D.D., Bishop of Covington, on Saturday, May 16, at 10 a.m. at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Covington. Reception will follow at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center, Covington.

You are invited to the Chrism Mass

Bishop Roger Foys celebrates the annual Chrism Mass March 31 at 7 p.m. in the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Covington. At the Mass Bishop Foys blesses the Holy Oils which representatives from all parishes and ministries in the diocese take back to their parishes for sacramental use throughout the year. The Chrism Mass is a sign of unity of the entire clergy and faithful of the diocese. All are welcome!


TenMarks http://www.tenmarks.com/  is a online math program for students to practice and attempt mastery of math concepts covered in grades 1 through 12; covering concepts as advanced as algebra and geometry.  It is best used as a supplementary tool to reinforce math lessons taught in class or at homes. Teachers can assign different problem sets to individual students or entire classes based on students’ skill level. The web-based program is accessible anytime, anywhere from schools and homes.

Videos and hints assist students who have difficulty with the subject. A comprehensive reporting system provides instant feedback to teachers on class and individual student progress.

There is a free version for teacher/student use and a paid subscription.

Penny War at Holy Trinity


Students at Holy Trinity School (Newport, KY) collect pennies for their Penny War fundraiser. Photo courtesy Holy Trinity School; click to enlarge.
Students at Holy Trinity School in Newport (KY) collect pennies for a Penny War between classes. Grade two won the contest, which raised $1052.36 overall for the Diocesan Annual Appeal benefiting ACUE schools.