Saint John - 627 Pike St

4:30 PM | Saturday

9:00 AM | Sunday

 Saint Ann- 1274 Parkway Ave

 11:00 AM | Sunday


Confession
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



Serving the Catholic Communities of Covington Kentucky

From The Pastor's Desk

MASS AND CONFESSION TIMES​

Our Parish Council Members

 

Saint John Representatives

     

      Jane Moore - Chairperson

​      Pat Hatfield

     Beth Raum

      Tim Bartlett

 

Saint Ann Representatives

      Jeanie Worth

      Teresa Schumacher

 

Staff Representative

      Fr. Michael Greer

 

Diocese Liaison

      Mike Boczek 

Pastor:  Rev. G. Michael Greer

(859)-431-5314 

Deacon Steve Durkee

(Home) 859-360-1059

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

(859)-431-5314 
Music Director  :  Daryl Sandy 

513-385-7190 
Prince of Peace School
Principal:  Mr. Anthony Barkley

859-431-5153 

Saint John the Evangelist


627 Pike St.

Covington, KY.  41011

(859) 431-5314

Saint Ann


1274 Parkway Ave.

​Covington, KY.  41011

​(859) 261-9548


"What have you to do with us, Jesus of Nazareth?"

Mark 1:21-28


Capernaum was a small town on the northeastern shore of the Sea of Galilee where Simon [Peter] and his brother Andrew operated their fishing business in partnership with Zebedee, father of James and John.  Archaeologist have found what they believe to be the synagogue in the town, and next to it, the home of Simon.  When confronted by Jesus the "unclean spirits" in the man in that synagogue challenged him to declare and reveal his identity and authority.  Jesus was reluctant to do that, but he commanded the "unclean spirits, "Quiet, come out of him."  The people were amazed.  Do we harbor "unclean spirits" such as ingratitude to God for all he has given us and failure to demonstrate our appreciation for all that we are, all that we have, and all that we ever will be by using everything to the best of our ability for ourselves and for others?  Despite all God has revealed to us through Scripture and Tradition, do we demand that Jesus further reveal himself to us before we let him drive out those "unclean spirits?"  If we would only let Jesus heal us, people would be amazed.  We would be amazed.


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