Leadership Message

Hello Aces family,  The following Scripture verse has served as an ever-present source of inspiration throughout my adult life:    “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks, finds; and to the…

OCS Announces New Chief Administrative Officer and Director of Advancement

The Owensboro Catholic School System announced today that Keith Osborne has been named the Chief Administrative Officer and Natalie Hayden has been named the system’s Director of Advancement.  Osborne has been with the system for 21 years and served in various leadership capacities.  He is a 1981 graduate of Owensboro Catholic High School.   Osborne’s…

Lives Are More Important Than Numbers!

I like numbers because they aren’t subjective. It’s amazing how many times we use anecdotal evidence or isolated incidences to make decisions that really don’t reflect what the numbers may be teaching us. Sometimes the answer to the question regarding budgets, enrollment or academic performance has little to do with anecdotal or isolated incidences.  There…

Prayer Petitions Travel to Italy with Tom Lilly

Walking the streets of the early Church was a huge bucket list item and a blessing! Hundreds of your prayer petitions followed me every step of the way  “Lord, make me an instrument of your peace…” -St. Francis of Assisi My first overseas journey took place 30 years ago. I was only a couple of…

President’s Message – An Invitation to the Dinner/Auction

The Owensboro Catholic School System is a very busy world. Even during the summer there are buildings that open at 6 a.m. and don’t shut down until 10 p.m. We’re a reflection of the crazy schedules that drive many of our parents! That’s why sometimes we should choose to take a little time off from…

HB 205 – Who Has Time To Help?

We Need Voices!  Please Act Now! We are very busy people, so we are trying to make this as easy as possible. Cut and paste a variation of the letter below or write one in your own words. You can cut and paste the email address as well. Attached is the most pertinent information about…

OCMS Students in D.C.

Our students laid a wreath on the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and visited the John Paul II shrine. They are in D.C. for the annual Right to Life March.