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Please support our current 7th grade class as they fundraise for their 8th grade trip to Washington, DC in the fall of 2020. 

Because of Labor Day, OLPH over 50 club, Prime Timers, will meet on Sunday, September 8, at 1:00 p.m. in Wagner Hall. Bill and Margaret Hess will host and serve sloppy joes. All over fifty are welcome to attend and are asked to bring a vegetable, salad, other side dish, or dessert. Enjoy yourself and meet new friends. Bring a Door Prize and win one. Fifty/Fifty Drawing and games too. Please call Co- President Bill Hess at 812-945-8667 for further information. 

Do you have fond memories of the family camp outs at Mt. St. Francis in the 1990s? Are you looking for a fall get-away, close to home? We are so excited to announce a family camp out coming this fall hosted by Catalyst Catholic!  Weekend Activities will include: 5k Run/Walk (optional), Food truck lunch options, Guided hikes and hayrides (including a night hike), Kids' fun zone (including crafts and inflatables), Weekend long scavenger hunt, Canoe races across the lake, Outdoor games for all ages, Fellowship & worship, Sunday morning Mass

Tent, camper, RV camping is available throughout the weekend. For more information or to register, go to https://catalystcatholic.org/fam-jam .

 

Our Lady is pleased to announce that Evonne Corrales has been hired as Director of Youth and Childhood Ministries at Our Lady! She will begin working the week of July 22. We are grateful to our search committee members for all their hard work this past year. Please join us in welcoming Evonne as our parish's newest staff member!

Save the Date - Saturday, October 5, 2019 - for the annual Indiana Catholic Men's Conference in Indianapolis! You can find more information here: http://mariancenterofindianapolis.com/mensconference/ Our parish Men's Group welcomes any men of the parish to join them in attending the conference. Stay tuned for more information!

We have received several inquiries asking about when our parish pictorial directory will be out to parishioners. We apologize for the long wait. We have been doing all we can to communicate with the directory company and are waiting to receive the pictorial directories. We will continue to contact the company and make an announcement to parishioners when the directories are received. Thank you so much for your patience!

Our Lady of Providence High School Athletic Department is pleased to announce Ryan J. Miller ‘99 as head of the boys’ basketball program with Lance Stemler as associate head coach.

Coach Miller played basketball at Providence and collegiately at Eastern Kentucky University. He was assistant coach, as was Coach Stemler, at Providence under former head coach Lou Lefevre. During Miller’s five years as assistant coach at Providence, the boys’ program experienced levels of unprecedented success, with a No. 1 state ranking, three sectional titles, and two semi-state appearances. The program also led the state in lowest defensive points-per-game allowed in Class 2A.

Coach Miller also was assistant coach at Floyd Central High School for five seasons. During that time, the Highlander program was consistently ranked in the top 10 in Class 4A. Coach Miller said he is grateful for the mentoring he received from both head coaches.

Coach Miller and his wife, Danielle (Himmelhaver) Miller '99, and their three children are members of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, where their children also attend school.

Coach Stemler played basketball at Gibault Catholic High school in Waterloo, Ill., and collegiately at Indiana University, where he was the team captain on a Top 10 nationally ranked team, and was recently inducted into the Illinois Basketball Hall of Fame. He is married to Amanda (Loi) Stemler ‘05, and they have two sons. The family also are members of OLPH, and the boys attend OLPH School.

Coach Miller said he is excited to return to his alma mater as head coach, noting that his extended family -- from his parents to their siblings and his own siblings – all our Providence graduates.

“Providence is our community,” Coach Miller said. “I’m just glad to be back here. I have a great deal of pride for the entire New Albany Deanery and Providence.”

Coach Miller and Coach Stemler are looking forward to coaching together again and leading the boys’ basketball program.

“We look forward to bringing a great sense of pride for our players and the community and how we play and represent the program,” Coach Miller said.

The parish staff, school faculty, and parishioners of Our Lady of Perpetual Help would like to extend a warm welcome to our new parishioners. 

Christopher and Taylor Broadus
Everett and Lucas Deckard
Joshua, Heather, Finn and Rory Gilland
Larry, Lenie, Ashley, Cecelia, and John Zeller

                                                                                                                          
Thank you for choosing Our Lady!

Our Lady is offering a basketball open gym for young adults (ages 16-30)! It is scheduled from 8:00-10:00 pm in the school gym every Thursday.

We are also offering an open gym for adults 30+ on Tuesday evenings from 8:30-10:00 pm.

Please enter through the pedway.

For further information contact Alli in the Parish Office.