From whom the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love.  Ephesians 4:16       

Catholic Conference of Kentucky

Register Now! Catholics @ the Capitol 2018

Catholics @ the Capitol will be held on February 13, 2018. This is a great opportunity to connect with your legislators, especially if you have not done so before or if you often feel unprepared to reach out to your representatives. CCK staff will provide a full morning briefing on the main issues of concern for the Catholic Church in this year’s session of the General Assembly and will provide assistance in connecting you with your state senator and representative. 

For the day's agenda, please follow the link below. Also, use the registration form if you'd like to attend. Registration is due by February 6.

Thank you for your continuing commitment to Faithful Citizenship!

Catholics @ the Capitol 2018 Agenda

Catholics @ the Capitol Registration Form

2018 March For Life

The Students of St. Philip made posters for the 2018 March for Life. These posters were carried in the walk by St. Philip teachers, Mrs. Jennifer Twehues and Mrs. Jenny Dee, and St. Philip alumni, Rachael Twehues and Carolyn Dee as well as other students from Newport Central Catholic.
 

Saint Philip Church and School

St. Philip Parish, Melbourne Kentucky | Parish Office: (p) 859-441-8949; (f) 859-442-0290 | School Office: (p) 859-441-3423; (f) 859-441-2611

Welcome to Saint Philip Parish, a Roman Catholic Church, and a very active rural parish located in Melbourne, Kentucky, a small city nestled among the rolling hills along the Ohio River in Campbell County Ky.  St Philip is a member parish of the Diocese of Covington and has about two hundred families registered.  Saint Philip School is sponsored by the church, and has been in existence since 1909.  It was begun and staffed by the Siste
rs of Divine Providence, who still reside on the property to this day.

Our Pastor, Father Robert Rottgers, is a Campbell County Kentucky native.  He is a generous and kindly man, willing to serve in any way he can as shepherd of the parish.  He has his "feet on the ground," and is "comfortable to be with." 

Parish Life at St. Philip offers something for everyone.  You can be as active within the parish as you like.   To learn more check out one of the many organizations Saint Philip has to offer, from the Altar Society to the Worship Committee, or Boosters to the Board of Total Catholic Education (BOTCE).  There's something for you!  
Please come and attend one of Saint Philip's masses in our beautiful church and feel free to contact the school for more information on classes and registration.  All are welcome. 
Saint Philip Church, St. Philip Parish, St Philip School, St Philip Parish Center


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Important Dates

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Product Survey - March 7 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm  in the Parish Center.  For more information see our Opportunities to Give page.  To sign up for a time click HERE 

The Snow White Variety Show - A performance by St. Philip students will take place March 2 at 7:00pm and March 3 at 6:00pm in the Parish Center.  Adult tickets are $6.00 and children (6-18) are $4.00 (children under 5 are free).

More

Memorial Ribbons

If you would like a ribbon with the name of a loved one who has passed hung in church during the Easter seasons, complete the form and place it along with a donation of $10 in an envelope marked "Alter Society" in the collection basket.  Forms are also available in the church and Gerri Cunnigan (441-2909), Debbie Feinauer (781-5320) or Theresa Frilling (635-3849) can be contacted for more information. 

Service Learning Project with the "Bag Lady"

You've never heard of "Plarn"?  Ask a St. Philip student!  They'll be able to tell you how Shari Petrie, "The Bag Lady" uses "Plarn" to recycle plastic bags saving them from ending up in a landfill, while at the same time helping local homeless people stay warm.  Check out the St. Philip student's service learning project featured on the Children's Inc. blog.