Fr. Raymond Enzweiler Pastor

Fr. Enzweiler is a native son of St. Thomas. He attended school here, Newport Central Catholic High School, and Thomas More College. Fr. Enzweiler remained in the parish while doing his graduate studies at the University of Cincinnati, earning a Ph.D. in Physics. He taught for three years in central New York at SUNY College at Cortland and then returned to the parish when he became a faculty member of the NKU Physics and Geology Department. After eleven years, he began seminary studies for the Diocese of Covington and completed a Pre-Theology program at Mundelein Seminary in Chicago, where he was offered the opportunity to study in Rome. Living at the Pontifical North American College, he studied at the Gregorian University. Fr. Enzweiler was ordained a deacon by Bishop Foys on March 19, 2005, and a priest on June 23, 2006. 

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Deborah Flamm Principal

Ms. Flamm holds a Bachelor of Art. from Thomas More College; Master of Art from The University of Cincinnati; and a Master of Education in Administration and Leadership from Xavier University.  Before entering academics, she traveled three continents and studied the language of Japanese when considering an expatriate position in Nagoya, Japan.  The past twenty years have been focused on Catholic education as an educator.  She loves to travel and is committed to continuous learning.

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Fr. Ross Kelsch Parochial Vicar

Fr. Kelsch was ordained two years ago in 2017 by Bishop Foys, and has lived in Northern Kentucky most of his life.  He grew up in Augusta, KY with his parents and two younger brothers where he attended Saint Augustine Elementary and Augusta High School.  He then lived in Cold Spring for several years and earned a BA in Business and Technology from NKU.  During his time in Cold Spring, he worked for a local bank and was a music director for a local parish.  At this time, he felt God asking more of him.  After a series of failed negotiations, he “decided” to try out seminary and entered Saint Vincent in Latrobe, PA., which eventually led to today!

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Fr. Albert Ruschman Priest in Residence