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We will celebrate the Bicentennial of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati after all Masses on June 19 & 20 with refeshments and fellowship.


From Fr. E.J. - - 

     This is the weekend each year to wish “Happy Father’s Day!” to our fathers. Unlike last year, Covid vaccine shots have now helped greatly to reduce Covid infections. Societal restrictions are increasingly becoming a thing of the past. I am looking forward to seeing our parish families joining Dads in church for Mass as part of their celebration. Maybe a home-cooked meal, dining out, or grilling out is your traditional way to celebrate Father’s Day. You might be travelling to where Dad is. Celebrate well! I am mindful that many fathers dealt with serious sickness this past year, and some still are. We prayerfully remember them and all our fathers who have passed away, particularly those who have died this past year.

     Toward the end of Mass on Father’s Day, I traditionally offer a special blessing to fathers. This year I will be presiding at all our Masses but there are some fathers I might not see this weekend. I would like to offer a blessing to you fathers who will be reading this bulletin or looking at our parish website and Facebook page:

Eternal and Good God, we pray to you through the intercession of St. Joseph, the foster-father of Jesus. We ask you to bless our fathers with all the gifts of your Holy Spirit. Bless our fathers who have died with the gift of being in the company of St. Joseph. Bless our fathers who are sick or feeble in old age with the gift of healing and strength. Bless our fathers who are anticipating the birth of a new child. Wherever fathers and their children are estranged from each other, please grant the gift of reconciliation. This we ask you, Almighty God, through Jesus Christ our Lord and the intercession of St. Joseph. Amen.

     Happening at the Masses this weekend, you might notice some things are different. This is because all the parishes of the Archdiocese are beginning a year-long celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Founding of the Diocese of Cincinnati. At the invitation of Archbishop Schnurr, all our June 19-20 Masses will feature (1) special prayers, scripture readings and liturgical music focused on themes of Church and thanksgiving; (2) the nicely framed Archbishop’s Decree, hanging on the outer wall of the confessional in the Commons area, celebrating the BICENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE DIOCESE OF CINCINNATI and explaining the granting of a partial indulgence to the Faithful; (3) and in the Commons area of church, display copies for your review of the specially commissioned Bicentennial Books entitled Seeking the Lord and Treasures of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati along with an invitation to purchase them for your home or as a gift to a family member, friend or loved one.

We will also have refreshments and fellowship after all the Masses in honor of the 200th birthday of the Archdiocese.       

Enjoy the festivities!

May God bless you all! Fr EJ