This non-partisan movement is a call for all of us to help change
the tone, follow our faith, and quiet the quarrels in our
day-to-day lives. It’s not about winning the debate. It is about
witnessing the love that is at the heart of our faith.
Hold firm, fast, pray, and insist upon what belongs to you by
right - our first, most cherished liberty: our freedom to
practice our religion.
Join us for our 7 PM Monday night rosary and Divine Mercy chaplet. During October, we will be praying for our country and for the upcoming election, that everyone will remain civilized and vote with conscience of faith. All are welcome, including children!
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Our Thanksgiving Tradition...
Once again, the Demasi family is organizing "Helping Hands for Hope". This has always been a significant opportunity for our community and a significant blessing for the 600+ families who benefit from the program. Find out how you can be part of this great tradition.
You're a Peach for Helping Out!
We did such a fabulous job collecting colored pencils for Mt. Healthy Food Alliance's school supply drive, that we will most certainly rise to the occasion for the next challenge: 200 cans of peaches for their Christmas basket project. You can bring your donations to the parish office or leave them in the marked containers in the church vestibule (lobby). Thank you!
Special Seminary Video
A graduate student at Northern Kentucky University, Ann Herbert,