Spanish teacher

Holy Cross High School is seeking:

A full time Spanish Teacher for the 2019-20 school year. The ideal candidate would be an experienced teacher, have a bachelor’s degree, and be certified by the State of Kentucky to teach Spanish. Please send cover letter and resume to Principal Mike Holtz – subject Spanish Position at [email protected]


Second Grade Teacher – St. Timothy

St. Timothy Catholic School in Union, Kentucky is seeking an elementary certified teacher.  Position Requirements:

  1. Practicing Catholic
  2. Experience working with elementary students
  3. Dedication to working with a team.
  4. Ability to effectively communicate with students, parents, staff, support teams.
  5. Ability to teach the spectrum of learners to include remediation and enhancement.
  6. Ability to assume extra duties as necessary.

This teacher must have a valid Kentucky Teacher Certificate in Elementary Education.  Please email cover letter and resume including three professional references to [email protected] or mail to Debra Thomas 10268 US 42, Union, KY 41091.

Middle School Language Arts Teacher – St. Joseph, Cold Spring

St. Joseph School in Cold Spring, KY is seeking a full time language arts teacher for grades 6-8. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Sue Greis at [email protected].


The Diocese of Covington in Northern Kentucky has an immediate need for Full-Time Groundskeepers at the Diocesan Cemeteries.  Primary responsibilities include the many labor-intensive tasks associated with interments, maintenance, repair, construction, cleaning, and operation of the Cemeteries’ facilities and grounds.  Previous experience operating power equipment is preferred.  Interested individuals should contact Stephen Koplyay, SPHR, by email at [email protected] , or by fax at (859)392-1589.  EOE.

Childcare Teachers & Assistants – St. Cecilia

St. Cecilia School’s Early Learning Center is seeking childcare teachers and assistants to work with children ages 1-5.  The Early Learning Center will open on August 26th, 2019.  Candidates must:


  • Implement the practices learned in the Orientation class
  • Plan/Assist in planning and implementing of the schedule of activities
  • Assist in preparing and serving snacks and/or lunch
  • Actively supervise and engage children
  • Coordinate with the Early Learning Center Director on licensure and STARS
  • Attend appropriate staff meetings, professional development and inservice trainings
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment for the children
  • Fulfill  further duties as assigned
  • Experience in working with young children is preferred



Please submit a cover letter and resume to Director Kim Murphy at [email protected] or call 859-363-4311 for more information.

Afterschool Program Teachers – St. Cecilia

St.Cecilia Elementary School in Independence is seeking applications for Afterschool Program teachers for the 2019-2020 school year. This is an ideal job for a high school student.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assistance with homework and actively supervising and engaging children ages kindergarten through eighth grade. Hours are from 2:00-6:00 five days a week with flexibility in the hours.  To apply please submit a resume and references to Director Kim Murphy at [email protected] or call 859-363-43141 for more information.

Junior High Social Studies/Language Arts Teacher – St. Agnes

Saint Agnes School, a K-8 school in Fort Wright, Kentucky, is currently seeking a Junior High Social Studies/Language Arts teacher for the 2019-20 school year. This is a full-time, contracted, position teaching Social Studies to 7th and 8th grade students and Grammar classes to 7th grade students. If interested in the position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and references to Principal Erin Cappy at [email protected].

Assistant Principal – St. Agnes

Saint Agnes School, a K-8 school in Fort Wright, Kentucky, is currently seeking an Assistant Principal for the 2019-20 school year. We are seeking applicants who are practicing Roman Catholics, have demonstrated successful teaching experience, have provided strong leadership within a Catholic school setting, and either have their educational administrative license or are working towards it. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and references to Principal Erin Cappy at [email protected].

New hymn composed for Blessed Sacrament centennial celebration

By David Cooley.

In honor of its centennial celebration, Blessed Sacrament Parish, Ft. Mitchell, commissioned Father Ricky Manalo, C.S.P., and Gerard Chiusano to compose and arrange, respectively, a new hymn entitled “O Sacrum Convivium.”

The idea began with Blessed Sacrament’s music director Matt Spencer and was vindicated by the Centennial Planning Committee.

“We were performing a piece in the hymnal by Father Manalo and Gerard Chiusano and Father Vogelpohl really liked the piece so I contacted them and asked them to take up this project,” said Mr. Spencer.

Mr. Spencer had met Father Manalo and Gerard Chiusano, who live in San Francisco, California, previously at the National Pastoral Musicians Association Convention.

“I am familiar with their work through what I have been doing at Blessed Sacrament and they have very good arrangements,” he said. “I asked them if they would be interested in a commission for our 100th anniversary and they agreed. We simply requested that the text be a paraphrase of O Sacrum Convivium and left all the musical aspects up to them.”

The phrase “O Sacrum Convivium” comes from Evening Prayer II (Liturgy of the Hours, vespers) on Corpus Christi Sunday.

“I couldn’t be happier with the piece,” said Mr. Spencer. “I really think it is going to be one of those hymns that quickly becomes a staple for a lot of the parishioners, and especially for the choir.”

Father Manalo, a member of the Missionary Society of St. Paul the Apostle, better known as the Paulist Fathers, studied at the Manhattan School of Music in New York, N. Y. Over the last 25 years he has composed somewhere between 150 and 200 pieces, mostly for the Oregon Catholic Press. The Paulist Fathers are a religious community that was founded in New York City in 1858.

Although Father Manalo was not able to be present at the centennial Mass he was able to hear the piece performed through the power of modern technology.

“I was extremely happy with the piece. It is always one of the greatest joys for a liturgical composer to hear an assembly sing your hymn,” Father Manalo said. “I was very happy with how the choir sounded. It was wonderful to see everything come together. It is one thing to write something but there is a lot to be said about the actual ritual action that is going on.”

“I was a composer before I became a priest,” he said. “When I joined the priesthood I specifically joined a religious community, within which I was able to be a priest as well as a teacher and a liturgical composer. All these roles compliment each other — I have my religious community identity with the Paulist Fathers, I have my clerical identity as a priest, I have a sort of geeky academic identity at Santa Clara University and there is also this musical, artistic side of me. It is all interrelated; all of these roles feed off of and inform each other.”

While “O Sacrum Convivium” was produced in time to be sung at the centennial Mass it is not completely finished. It is still being developed, with different aspects of the piece being modified and tweaked. The hope is that it will be sent off to the publisher soon.

To hear the audio recording of the hymn being performed at the centennial Mass click below!


Coaches: Girls Soccer, Girls Volleyball, Boys Soccer – Covington Latin

Covington Latin School is seeking varsity coaches for the 2019 season.  The coaching positions include Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, and Girls Volleyball.   The ideal candidate will have experience and a passion for helping youth.  Candidates should submit a letter of interest and a statement of qualifications to [email protected]