Our thrift stores are open and we are accepting donations again as of June 1st! You may drop off your donations during our thrift store hours, Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 7 pm and Sunday, 12 pm to 5 pm. If you have a donation pickup please call 859-446-7719 to schedule a day and time for pickup. Car Vehicle donations may be made Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm at our Erlanger location, please ask for Vicki Dinterman. If you have questions regarding car vehicle donations please email or call Vicki Dinterman at email@example.com or 859-446-7716. Thank You!
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From the Deacon’s Desk: Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts May 3 – Fourth Sunday of Easter This week we hear about a voice that is truer and sweeter, more powerful and strong, steadier than any other voice – the voice of the Good Shepherd – the voice of our Lord Jesus Christ. He is the Good Shepherd. Our
From the Deacon’s Desk: Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts May 10 – Fifth Sunday of Easter May 10 – Mother’s Day This Sunday we celebrate Mother’s Day. It comes just a little more than a week after the Bishops of the US and Canada consecrated our countries to Mary, the model for all mothers and the Mother of us
From the Deacon’s Desk: Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts May 17 – Sixth Sunday of Easter As we come to the end of the Easter season, fear and uncertainty are replaced by hope and confident love. The significance of Easter is that we have reason for hope. Hope that is born out of the love of God. Hope
From the Deacon’s Desk: Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts July 12 – Fifteenth Sunday Ordinary Time “The sufferings of the present time are nothing compared to the glory to come.” Suffering – and the picking up of the cross – are part and parcel of our human experience. Jesus tells us repeatedly we must pick up our cross
From the Deacon’s Desk: Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts April 5 – Palm Sunday Palm Sunday has arrived. Things are moving and changing so quickly and yet time seems to be moving so slowly. We go from our Lord’s jubilant entry into Jerusalem to less than a week later hearing the cries of “My God, my God, why have
From the Deacon’s Desk: Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts April 12 – Easter Sunday At the Easter Vigil we transition from total darkness, gradually into light; a light ushered in by the Paschal Candle and the Easter Proclamation known as the Exsultet. “Be glad, let earth be glad, as glory floods her, ablaze with light from her eternal king.
April 19 – Divine Mercy Sunday “Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed.” It is a clarion call to have faith, to believe, even in the face of serious doubts. We find ourselves in challenging times as we struggle with the fear and uncertainty bred by this horrible pandemic. As we enter into the season