St. Stephen's Church, Newport
|St. Stephens priest missing, and accused of being “on terms of criminal intimacy” with parishioner. More here.|
“St. Stevens” Cemetery, established May 20, 1860. (in Fort Thomas, near I-471)
|“The Right Rev. Bishop Carrell of Covington, yesterday consecrated the St. Stephen's Catholic Cemetery, on the Alexandria Pike, about three miles distant from this city. A procession, formed of the St. Joseph, St. Stephen, and other Catholic benevolent associations, proceeded by bands of music, and accompanied by a large concourse of citizens, proceeded to the grounds and witnessed the consecratory ceremonies.”|
St. Frances De Sales, Cote Brilliante, Erected in 1911, bulldozed in 2008 for a driveway to Kroger's
A German-American Catholic Congregation.
|The Rev. Paul Ryan published a comprehensive history of the
Covington Diocese in 1954, and had
special sections on each of the churches in the Diocese, including these in Newport:
|St. Stephen is here.||St. Vincent de Paul is here.||St. Francis de Sales, is here.||His history of the Sisters of Divine Providence, is here.|
|Newport Catholic Church
Difficulties in 1851, here.
|In 1926, the US Census Bureau counted church
denominations and their members. The Newport results are here.
|. . . and then there was the priest that had his own ponzi scheme going. The story's here.|