Weekly celebration of Sunday Mass is the Saturday Vigil Eucharistic Liturgy at 4:00 pm, Sunday at 9:30am and 12:30pm in Spanish.  All Masses are live streamed on Facebook at the scheduled time and archived on our pairsh Facebook page or YouTube


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                                                 THANK YOU TO ALL WHO MADE OUR FESTIVAL A SUCCESS!!

UP COMING EVENTS

Blessing of catechists (relgion teachers), parents, guaridans, grandparents, and all who pass on our faith to others, especially children at Masses this weekend.

Transitus, celebrating the passing life of St. Francis into God's heavenly kingdom at St. Clement Church at 7:00pm, October 3 with refreshments to follow.  All are welcome!

Pet Blessing in honor of St. Francis of Assisi's care for all of creation on October 4 from 5:00PM until 6:30PM in front of Church. All Pets are welcome.  Please bring them on a leash or in the appropriate carrier for safety.  

 

From Fr. E.J. - - 

 Since 1934, there has been a tradition, now national in scope, that some of us are familiar with and others might be learning about for the first time. The Cathedral of Saint Peter in Chains extends an invitation to all Greater Cincinnat are Police, Fire, and Public Safety personnel as well as to the whole community to attend the 17th Annual BLUE MASS Celebration on Sunday, September 26. Our Archdiocesan Chancellor and Police Chaplain, Rev. Steve Angi, will be the Presider at this Mass. The blessing and procession begin at 10:45 a.m. with Mass at 11:00 a.m. followed by a reception. Police, Fire, and Public Safety personnel – all in dress uniform - their families and friends, and people of all faiths are invited to come together at this Blue Mass to pray for the men and women whose dedicated service makes our communities safe, and to honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to save others. I have always enjoyed participating in this Mass in other dioceses where I have served. Although I wont be there this year because of Sunday Mass responsibilities, I do recommend it. For more information, please call the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains at (513) 421-5354.

 

A BIG FESTIVAL THANK YOU!! Today is the day after Festival 2021. A great day! I am at my desk writing this message, feeling tired and a little numb from all the activity of the past three days. But evenmore, I am feeling overwhelming gratitude for the experience of our festival. So many of us were really ready for it, having missed it last year because of Covid. In fact, Covid has been a burden for manypeople for too long. So to have a fun festival among family and friends was something we could all appreciate. I am glad to have met and shared stories with folks I hadn’t seen for years. It was a gift to meet new people I could get to know better. The crowds were impressive.

I want to thank everyone who came to our festival. I’m very grateful to all the many volunteers who gave so much of their time and worked so hard to make our festival a success. The parish spirit and participation were inspirational! Thanks especially to all the members of the Festival Committee. Your ability to take a million moving parts and keep everything flowing is outstanding! Barb, Joan, Sean, Keith, Darcy, Andy, Kay, Joe – you are all The Greatest! Thanks a million to all the vendors, sponsors, and booth chairpersons, and a sincere thanks to the Village of St. Bernard for all their assistance.

As soon as all the bills are paid, we’ll let you know the financial results of the festival. Again, many, many thanks to everyone!

 

God bless you all! Fr. EJ