Saint John & Saint Ann

Serving the Catholic Communities of Covington Kentucky


Pastor:  Rev. G. Michael Greer


Deacon Steve Durkee

(Home) 859-360-1059

(Office) 859-292-4191
Main Office:  Linda O'Bryan

Music Director  :  Daryl Sandy 

Prince of Peace School
Principal:  Sr. Mary Suzanne Rose 


Saint John - 627 Pike St

4:30 PM | Saturday

9:00 AM | Sunday

 Saint Ann- 1274 Parkway Ave

 11:00 AM | Sunday


Saturday: 3:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Saint John the Evangelist - 627 Pike St

Daily Mass

Monday: 8:45 AM
Saint Ann - 1274 Parkway Ave

Tuesday: 8:45 AM
Saint Ann - 1274 Parkway Ave

Wednesday: 8:45 AM
Saint John the Evangelist - 627 Pike St

Friday: 8:45 AM
Saint John the Evangelist - 627 Pike St

Our Parish Council Members


Saint John Representatives


      Don Hemmer

​      Pat Hatifield

     Jane Moore

      Beth Raum

      Carol Wolking


Saint Ann Representatives

      Jeanie Craig

      Joe Wheatley


Staff Representative

      Fr. Michael Greer


Diocese Liaison

      Mike Boczek 

From The Pastor's Desk

November 18, 2018  7:30.

Type your paragraph here.

"Learn a lesson from the fig tree.  When its branch becomes tender and sprouts leaves, you know that summer is near." 

Mark 13:24-32

Jesus used images from everyday life: workers in the fields; the birds in the air; the vineyard; shepherds tending their flocks, that people knew well and understood to teach many truths.  In today's Gospel Jesus uses images about interpreting the signs of the times.  He was not warning about a cataclysmic end of the earth.  He was teaching his disciples to be diligent in observing the world in which they live; to recognize the ways in which they were not treating each other the way God intended, and the need to change.  We do not like to change; to be told to change; or the person who calls us to change.  There can be a dark times and tribulations when we realize we must change, and when we challenge others to change.  But, if we want to be all that God created us to be, and the world to be all God intended it to be, we must constantly look for the signs that call us to change, like when the branches of the fig tree become tender and sprout leaves, you will know summer is near.

Let us continue to pray for each other.  May the Good Lord bless you and keep you close to Himself.  

Your servant in Christ,

Fr. Mick Greer