Retreat Center Director

Nazareth Retreat Center seeks a full-time Director responsible for all administrative and operational aspects of the ministry. Qualified applicants will have a Master’s degree in Theology (preferred) or Bachelor degree in related field (required), understand non-profit administration, experience with retreat center (preferred). Submit cover letter and resume to: Michelle Grgurich, SCN, Director, Office of Congregational Ministries, PO Box 247, Nazareth, KY 40048, or send your information via email to Nazareth Retreat Center is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. For Job Description, visit the Nazareth Retreat Center website at

World Youth Day 2019 Invite

Dear friends in Christ Jesus,

Are you ready to participate in a life changing adventure?

Please, join our bishop, the most Reverend Roger J. Foys, and some of our priests from the Diocese of Covington for World Youth Day in Panama.

Make the choice of a lifetime to spend a week and half away seeking to know and love the Lord Jesus Christ more deeply and intimately by joining our Holy Father, Pope Francis and our Bishop at World Youth Day 2019, in Panama.

You will not be alone. Thousands of bishops, priests, religious and the lay faithful from all over the globe will come together in Panama to sing, pray, worship and learn about their universal Catholic faith.

Typically side trips are arranged by the travel agency, and are included in the cost of the trip. Those details are not yet available for Panama.

The Department of Catechesis and Faith Formation has created an excellent and cost-effective program with our Pilgrimage partner, Faith Journeys.

We will have a flyer listing the itinerary for the trip. There will also be a brochure with more information about the trip, including what is and is not included in the cost, a payment schedule, terms and conditions of Faith Journeys (the travel agency we are using) and travel insurance. There will be a registration form to complete and return to the Department of Catechesis and Formation. Those who attend World Youth Day must be at least 16 years old at the time of the event.

I pray that you seriously consider attending World Youth Day with our bishop and other pilgrims from the diocese of Covington.

You can count on my prayers for you.

May the Lord Jesus Christ bless you in everything you do in His name,

Isaak Abraham Isaak

Department of Catechesis and Formation

Elementary Principal – St. Catherine of Siena

St. Catherine of Siena parish in Ft. Thomas, Ky. ( seeks a dynamic principal for our elementary school of 170 children.  We are committed first to helping our parents raise their children in the practice of the faith.  Our children learn the objective elements of the faith, and also are led to grow closer to Christ and to be His witnesses in the world by word and service.  We are also committed to the development of the whole person: spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical and social.  St. Catherine of Siena is a sought-after school with an experienced, talented and committed staff, and engaged and enthusiastic parents. The successful candidate will be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church and supportive of her teaching and mission.  She or he will hold or be eligible for Kentucky principal certification.  We prefer a candidate with experience in Catholic school administration as well as at least three successful years as a classroom teacher. Interested individuals should send at least a resume or C-V along with a cover letter and five references with contact email addresses to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR, by email, fax 859/392-1589, or mail to 1125 Madison Avenue, Covington, KY 41011-3115.

Guidance Counselor – St. Henry District High School

St. Henry District High School is seeking a full-time Guidance Counselor for the 2018-2019 school year. Interested candidates should send a resume to David M. Otte at or call 859.525.0255 for more information. Please see job description below:

Grade Level Assignment: 12

• Proven experience as a high school counselor
• High School Guidance Counseling credentials

Primary Responsibilities:
• Prepare seniors with information concerning career, college and scholarships.
• Organize, administer, and interpret standardized test scores to students, faculty, and parents.
• Efficiently maintain information and records.
• Communicate with students, parents, and peers one-on-one and in large groups.
• Keep accurate records in all facets of the guidance program.
• Be proficient in all facets of the college application process, scholarships, and financial aid programs.
• Attend professional conferences, seminars, and meetings to stay current on topics of working with students and parents.
• Conduct student and parent informational meetings on important topics.
• Develop and maintain a rapport with agencies and college representatives.
• Meet every student on your case load on a one-on-one basis and through group guidance sessions.
• Stay up to date on computer technology needed to perform daily guidance tasks.