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Hello, my name is Bill Frantz and I am beginning a new role as Pastoral Associate.  This is my sixth year at St. Veronica, and I feel truly blessed to be part of this great parish.

As the Pastoral Associate at St. Veronica I oversee all facets of Faith Formation in the parish, direct the development of Small Groups, Parish Renewal and Youth Ministry.  I also serve as staff liaison to the Faith Formation Commission,  and oversee the Coordinator for Children's Faith Formation and the Coordinator for RCIA.

I have been in parish ministry for 27 years.  I have been a Pastoral Associate, a Business, Manager, a Parish Administrator, and a Director of Religious Education.  I hold a bachelor's degree in Psychology  and a Masters degree in Theology from the University of Dayton. In 2012, I completed a Certificate in Pastoral Administration from the Athenaeum of Ohio.

I grew up in Sidney, Ohio and attended Holy Angels grade school and Lehman Catholic High School.  I am married to Jane, my wife, best friend and gift from God for 26 years.  We have 3 children.  Jacob who is beginning his teaching career at Christian County High School in Hopkinsville, KYy.  Lillian, a sophomore at the University of Kentucky, and Katherine, a sophomore at Holy Cross High School in Covington, KY.

I live in Taylor Mill, KY and my family and I are parishioners at St. Francis De Sales Parish in East Walnut Hills.

In my free time I like to golf, attend my children's cross country races, read, hang out with my family, and root for the Reds.

My dream for St. Veronica Parish is to become a vibrant parish, filled with people seeking to become intentional disciples of Jesus Christ as we live, teach and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
 

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10 Things Parents of Athletes Need to Know

You may be aware that there's a kind of revolution afoot here in the Archdiocese, and it's "revisioning" youth athletics as a Catholic youth ministry.  If you're among the many who have grown concerned about the effect of youth athletics on faith and families, we invite you to partner with the Archdiocese in working to make Catholic youth athletics an experience that will build up faith and families.

This flyer appeared in the bulletin, but I am posting it here for you to see also.

It's entitled: 10 Things Parents of Athletes Need to Know.