Families for Life

St. Paul’s Families for Life promotes the Gospel of Life and is committed strongly to human being’s right to life. They work toward that goal and supports the Diocesan works as well. On pro-life Sunday, they help sell pro-life items and take signatures for the right-to-life newspaper ad. They also pray the rosary for different life issues and attend the Pro-Life Mass. If you would like to join the Families for Life, contact the Parish Office office.

Main Projects

  • January – Prayer service coincides with the Washington March for Life
  • May/June – Baby Bottle Campaign (collect money for Care Net in Northern Kentucky)
  • June- Crossing the Bridge for Life event
  • October – Pro-Life Month with Pro-Life Sunday and the collection of signatures for right-to-life newspaper ad.

How to Join

If you would like to join Families for Life or want more information about us, send us an email!

Upcoming Events

Baby Bottle Campaign – All money collected will go to Northern KY Care Net Pregnancy to help with their ministering to women and men who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.

Catholic Medical Association Meeting – The St. Teresa of Calcutta and Faustina Guild of the Catholic Medical Association, Diocese of Covington, monthly meeting for all healthcare professionals is held the 4th Thursday at Divine Mercy Parish, Bellevue, beginning with Mass, 5:30 p.m.; dinner and meeting follow. The Catholic Medical Association is a growing professional organization that is committed in supporting physicians and healthcare professionals in offering health care in conformity to Christ the Divine Physician.  As Catholics we are called to integrate the teaching and principles of our faith into our personal and professional lives.  The Catholic Medical Association provides an excellent opportunity to grow in the knowledge and practice of your Catholic faith and at the same time to give support as well as receive support from other Catholic physicians and health care professionals.  For more information visit www.cathmed.org