United Catholic Movement

Bringing All Catholics Together

 

How many non-practicing Catholics do you know? What would it mean to you if you played a role in them returning to the regular practice of the faith? What would it mean to them? That is what the will be accomplished by the United Catholic Movement.

In October, 2016, at the Diocese of Covington priest retreat, Bishop Roger Foys asked seven priests to meet with a facilitator to develop a plan to help non-practicing Catholics come back to Mass. The first meeting of these priests along with a facilitator took place in January, 2017. The result of several meetings and many hours of discussion and planning was a strategic plan with the mission statement: Bringing All Catholics Together

By joining the United Catholic Movement, you can play an important role in helping to bring non-practicing Catholics back to Mass. A simple invitation to share mass with you can make a significant difference. Our shared efforts will successfully engage all Catholics to be joined in the Catholic faith and community.

IHM Leadership Committee

  Fr Nicholas Rottman (nrottman@ihm-ky.org)
Leadership: Rick Bose (rickbose47@gmail.com)
Team Building: Lisa Mueller (tim.lisa.mueller@twc.com)
Training: Theresa Nilles (ttbyrd33@gmail.com)
Motivation: Chris Freihofer (freihofercj@aol.com)
Communications: Stacie Earls (searls@ihm-ky.org)
Resource: Patrick Cummings (cumminp.student@shdhs.org
Marketing: Katie Wells (katherinelwills@yahoo.com)
Retentioin: Lauren Shelton (lwdesigns@gmail.com)
  Scott Shelton (scott.shelton@schneider-electric.com)

 

 

For just as we have many members in one body and all the members do not have the same function, so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.     Romans12:4-5

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