Thursday, September 5, 2019

  Students may come wearing a St. Veronica spirit wear top with uniform bottoms.
Spirit Wear Days are the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month. 
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FROM THE DESK OF MS. BRESLER...                                 
Dear Parents,
     Wednesday we experienced our first Morning Prayer as a school community. It was also the first Morning Prayer that I had ever attended. We started by asking God to come to our aid, with haste. There were lovely psalms and songs, a reading from the Bible, an informative homily about Morning Prayer, and wonderful petitions. All of this was focused on asking for God's blessing and dedicating our day to God. For me, it was a calming time which really started my day in a place of security and the knowledge that whatever came my way that day, it would be tempered with the knowledge that God would be with me.
We will be doing Morning Prayer on the first Wednesday of each month. I would encourage everyone to give it a try, at least once. While it is different from the Mass, it is a public prayer of the Church, and that is a good thing.
     Same Sacred Mission, Bold, New Look: Living, Teaching, Proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
     Next Wednesday, September 11 after Mass, our 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades will be presenting how we can "Live" the Gospel. Please join us if you can. I look forward to what they will share with us.
When I think of Living the Gospel, the following three things come to mind.
Prayer - Being a Christian is hard work and you must give yourself the tools you need to succeed! When faced with a tough situation, even Jesus went to God in prayer. Why do we think we can do it alone? As Christians we should spend time in prayer every day. It could be 5, 10, 15, or even 20 minutes of quiet time with God. It could also be a hurried cry of "Help me get through this day" as you are heading out the door. Take time to talk with God.
Mass - Attending Mass each week, and worshiping God with fellow believers, and receiving the Body and Blood of Christ is the fuel we need to keep doing our job as Christians. Make the effort to attend and participate in Mass - sing along, say the responses, listen to the readings and the homily - it will open our heart to God. We get out of the Mass what we put into the Mass.
Corporal Works of Mercy - As outlined in Chapter 25 in the Gospel of Matthew, the Corporal Works of Mercy are those that tend to the bodily needs of others. The works include: Feed the hungry, Give water to the thirsty, Clothe the naked, Shelter the homeless, Visit the sick, Visit the imprisoned, and Bury the dead (which comes to us from the Book of Tobit).

Students may come to school out of uniform ( school appropriate attire)
Look for order forms to come home soon! 

St Veronica Class of 2020 
 Car Wash Fundraiser 
St Veronica parking lot from 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Come see your 8th graders hard at work !!
Donations accepted!!


We offer a number of unique musical ensemble opportunities at St. Veronica that many students find enriching, entertaining, and a great way to expand their knowledge in the exciting world of music.  Here are a few of the musical opportunities beginning soon that you won't want to miss:
Advanced Band is starting up and we have a great year planned! Rehearsals will take place on Tuesdays after school until 4:30PM in the music room. Our first rehearsal is next week on Tuesday, September 10. Anyone in grades 5-8 can join the band as long as they have some experience on their instrument of choice. Registration forms and payment are due Monday, September 9. You can find the form by clicking HERE. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Gardner (

Beginning Band will be starting up soon. More information will be coming in the next week or so regarding this exciting opportunity for our 4 th grade students.
Vocal Ensemble is our after school choir for students in grades 5-8. VE is a great team opportunity experience for children who enjoy singing. Rehearsals will take place on Mondays after school until 4:45PM in the gym.  Our first rehearsal in on Monday, September 16.  Registration forms and payment are due by Thursday, September 12.  You can find the paperwork by clicking HERE.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Gardner.
Liturgy Choir: Any student in grades 4-8 is eligible to participate in our Liturgy Choir - the group who sings at the Wednesday School Liturgies. There is no sign up needed - just show up to our Tuesday morning rehearsal at 7:35AM in the music room with Mr. Bresciani/Mr. Gardner and you will be able to sing at mass the following day!  If you can't make it on any given Tuesday, that's OK.  You will only sing at mass on the week you come to rehearsals.  Any questions, please contact Mr. Gardner (


Please join us next week on Thursday, September 12 for the first PTO Information Sharing Session of this year!
Plan to arrive at 6:30 PM and have refreshments while mingling with friends and fellow parents in the John XXIII gathering space at the St. Veronica Parish Ministry Center across the street from school.  The group will move into the Our Lady of Mt Carmel Room at 7:00 PM as we converse about:
  • A review of this year's budget
  • A review of events for the year
  • An update from our principal, Ms. Bresler
  • How to get involved and have fun
Need a sitter and don't have one?  No worries!  Babysitting will be provided during the session.
There will be a random gift card drawing including everyone who attends!  We hope to see you there!



Each year the girls volleyball teams support Breast Cancer Awareness Month during a "Pink Out" weekend. Our Pink Out weekend will be Sept. 28-29. Order your Pink Out t-shirt, and come support all the girls volleyball teams playing at home that weekend. Proceeds from the t-shirt sales will be donated to a charity supporting breast cancer awareness and research. Orders must be submitted by September 15th.


Once again, St. Veronica School will offer a High School Placement Test prep class after school.  The class is every Tuesday, October 29 - November 19, from 3:30 -5:30.   

Cub Scouts is a great organization building leadership and excellent character traits. Scouting provides kids in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade with many opportunities to explore new adventures, experience good life lessons, and have fun while doing it!  Canoeing, camping, and fishing, plus trips to museums, air force bases, police and fire stations, the Loveland Castle, Cub World, skating, and many more fun activities are already being planned for the upcoming year. 
For more information, please contact Jason Schuster, Cubmaster at 513-313-3491 or

This weekend (Aug. 31 and Sept. 1) and next (Sept 7 & 8) after all Masses we will be handing out the book "Letter to a Suffering Church" by Bishop Robert Barron. Fr. Del will be facilitating listening sessions on:
September 16:  10:00 am/Parish Ministry Center
September 18:  7:00 pm/School Cafeteria
September 19:  1:00 pm/ Parish Ministry Center
September 21:  5:00 pm/ Church/Chapel
September 29:  12:45 pm/Church/Chapel
Come to one, all or some of these open discussions on the Church's sexual abuse crisis.

New Altar Server Training will be held in church (immediately following Masses) on:

Sat., Sept. 7, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sun., Sept. 8, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Sat., Sept. 14, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sun., Sept. 15, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

All students grades 5-8 who wish to become an Altar Server are encouraged to attend. Please contact with any questions.