SVdP Part-Time Positions

We have part-time positions available at both our Florence and Erlanger stores. Applicants must have the ability to run a cash register and lift heavy objects when working with donations. This person needs to have flexibility to cover morning or afternoon shifts. We will train on site or improve their current skills for this position. Please go to the Northern Ky site ( and search for the Part-time notice.  From there you can download the application and bring it to either our Florence or Erlanger stores.

St. Vincent de Paul Food Drive & Bundle Sunday

Conference members will collect items/bags on June 10 & 11.
Needed Items: Fruit, Boxed Tuna or Chicken Helpers (no Hamburger), Spaghetti, Cereal, Instant Potatoes, Toilet Paper. 
Our Bundle Sunday is schedule also the weekend of June 10 & 11.  A SVdP truck will be at church and we will collect small household items and clothing.  So if you are doing any spring cleaning remember SVdP! 
NOTE:  SVdP cloth grocery bags were donated to our conference for use with our food drive.  We ask that you please return these with your items so we continue to reuse the bags.

Patriotic Rosary

May 29: 10:00 a.m. in the Church

Join St. Paul Parish for a Patriotic Rosary as we come together to ask for God’s blessing on our nation and to honor those who serve or have served our country.

HUSH Screening

Thursday, April 6 at 7 p.m.

Join the Diocese of Covington for a special screening of ‘HUSH,’ the documentary at Bishop Howard Memorial Auditorium (1125 Madison Ave. Covington). Free admission.

View the film Trailer: 

For more information, contact the Diocese of Covington Pro-Life Office at 859-392-1500 or email Faye Roch at

Joy’s “A Night for Sight” Benefit

Saturday, March 25

7 p.m. – 12 p.m.

Jolly Event Center

101 Beacon Dr. Suite 1

Wilder, Kentucky 41071

The families of Joy Raniero Ash are hosting a “Benefit” on her behalf. They are seeking donations for the event; any donation would be greatly appreciated!

Joy was diagnosed in the fall of 2014 with an eye disease called Stargardts. This disease is a genetic mutation in the ABDA4 gene, which can declare a person legally blind. This disease attacks your central vision, leaving your peripheral vision intact with no certainties, that it too can be affected.

Due to this disease and the debilitation of her vision, Joy can no longer drive and her seeking of fulltime employment has become challenging and an impossibility. This disease has required Joy to become more dependent on her husband and family. With the decrease in her household salary and the out of pocket expenses of medical bills, medical/research trials, specialist and traveling Joy and John (husband) had to make the decision to sell their home and move in with her parents. Despite everything, Joy has endured in the last two years and the unknown future, Joy continues to remain hopeful and positive through this new and changed journey of her life.

“A Night for Sight” Benefit will consist of a spaghetti dinner, raffles, door prizes and split the pot. The money raised at this benefit will go toward Joy’s medical, clinical trials and traveling expenses.

For those of you that would like to make a monetary donation, there is an account set up for Joy at the Heritage Bank in Kentucky under “Joyashbenefitfund.”

We would like all donations collected by March 15.

If you have any questions or concerns, or have any donations, that need picked up, please call: Meg  859-466-9323, Marybeth 513-787-6335, Jeanette 859-803-0917 or Missy 859-380-1120