Saint Therese Parish was founded in the year 1927. As we look to our centennial, we will continue to bringing the Good News of our Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ, to the world. 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.
news in our parish
Introducing Fr. Michael Grady
Sanctuary Enhancement Project completed
St. Therese Brick Pavers
We are once again selling brick pavers to be placed in the St. Therese Garden Path, located at the side entrance of the church across from the grotto.
Consider purchasing an engraved brick paver to:
Create a permanent place in the Garden Path for yourself, your children or grandchildren
Remember a former St. Therese parishioner
Memorialize a lost loved one
Honor a soldier or service person with a patriotic thank you
Promote your business and show your support to St. Therese
Whatever you prefer, your brick paver will become a permanent part of the St. Therese Church Garden Path.
CLICK HERE to obtain an order form, or contact the parish office - 859.441.1654 with any questions.
ONLINE GIVING There is a new way to do online, electronic giving at St. Therese Parish. You can set up a secure weekly donation or give a one time gift by clicking here. For other ways to donate, click Support St. Therese Parish.
PARISH FINANCE COUNCIL YEAR END REPORT
We THANK those who shared your gifts of time, talent and treasure this past fiscal year. Your stewardship is very much appreciated and needed for the operation of our parish and school which helps us to live our faith and share the Gospel! This report exhibits how your financial contributions were used the past fiscal year and next year’s budget. We hope you find it helpful in understanding the financial story of our parish.
Unfortunately, we experienced a deficit of $212,200. With one-time sources of revenue, namely: $159,100 from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and a final school transfer of $161,000, we had a surplus of $108,100. FYI: During the coronavirus shutdown, all parish and school employees were kept on payroll with the PPP.
To stay on top of our expenses for the new fiscal year, we have budgeted $15,600 for our weekly Sunday offering. This amount is needed to operate our parish and school. Your weekly commitment is important to the financial well-being of our parish.
In light of our financial situation this past year, there are four parts to our recovery plan for 2020/21:
We believe this plan will help us match revenue with expenses. As you can imagine, we had to make difficult decisions in decreasing expenses. It was necessary for us to have a balanced budget. We understand not everyone is happy with the cuts and some may disagree with the decisions that were made. We now know that an increase in fundraising is questionable for the foreseeable future. We will probably need to use some/most of our surplus to cover expenses this year. If you have any questions or comments about this report please contact any member of the Finance Council: Mary Brunsman, Elise Fields, Steve Kenkel, Ron Rawe, Tony Roderick, Andy Venneman.
St Therese Parish app is now available
The new St Therese mobile app is now available for Android and iPhone. To download the app:
Txt App to 88202
Download myParishApp, select St Therese after opening
This is a great way to keep up to date with today's scripture readings, daily gospel reflections, our church bulletin, parish messages, traditional Catholic prayers, the pope's daily message, Fr Jerome YouTube videos, and 3 minute theology.
Take the time to install the app and stay up to date with what is happening at St Therese and the Catholic Church.
PARISH COUNCIL GUIDELINES
The Parish Council guidelines are available on the Parish Council web page.
CALLING ALL SAINT THERESE ALUMNI!
We are hoping to build an alumni database, and we would love if you would fill out the form at the link below. Please share with any of your friends & family who do not currently have children at St. Therese. If you are the parent of an alum, we'd love to hear from you, too! Click here to reach the Alumni Page.
The Diocese of Covington is offering a weekly walk-in clinic for Substance Use Disorders counseling and evaluations. Every Wednesday from 8:30 am – 11:00 am at 3629 Church Street, Latonia, KY. Please check out our website for more info www.covingtoncharities.org. For more information call Client Care at 859-581-8974.
KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS
Attention Kroger Shoppers: please sign up and help support St. Therese Parish.
What to do:
Sign in using your email address and password. If you have forgotten your password, just click on “forgot password” and a link will be sent to your email to change your password.
Enter WB147 or the first three letter of our Parish name, click search.
Select your organization by clicking on the circle to the left of your organization’s name.
If you shop at Kroger this is a great way to help support our Parish.
Make peace with your past. Come back to God, who is Love and Mercy! If you or someone you know has had an abortion experience, please call our confidential hotline today 859-392-1547 or confidential email email@example.com. Peace and forgiveness await you. Contact us today.
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The Easter Apologetics Trifecta by Jimmy Akin
Three Benefits to Abstaining from Meat on Fridays—Even After Lent by Todd Aglialoro
Why Are the Bible’s Easter Accounts Different? by Cale Clarke
Love Before Understanding by Fr. Hugh Barbour
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