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LENT BEGINS ASH WED. FEB. 26

 

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Ash Wednesday Services

 

                        8AM School Mass at St. Vivian

                                   8AM Mass at St. Bartholomew

                                   9:30AM JPII School Mass at St. Bartholomew

                                   Noon Mass at St. Vivian

                                   7PM Mass at St. Bartholomew

                                   Ashes will be distributed at all Masses.

                               (We welcome all to attend Mass in our church.

                                           We don't offer drive-by ashes!)

 


Ash Wednesday Soup Supper

 

Wednesday, Feb. 26, 5PM in the Krumpe Activity Center

Bring a soup to share or a side

(cheese & crackers, fruit, veggies, etc. but no desserts!)

Madeline Lees & Patrick Reynolds-Berry from Catholic Charities will speak on the importance of maintaining good mental health and where to get help if needed. 

 


 

"He, loving us, invites us to be reconciled with God and to return to Him, in order to find ourselves again."

(Pope Francis) 

 

Opportunities to Grow During Lent

         

          *   Stations of the Cross: Monday nights at 7PM at St. Bart's  

                                                followed by rosary

                                                Friday nights at 7PM at St. Vivian

 

          *   Reconciliation: Saturdays, 2:30PM at St. Vivian

                                                        4:30PM at St. Bart's

                                       Wednesdays, 11:15-11:45AM

 

          *   Lent Book Study on Mary: Friday mornings March 6 - April 5, 10-11:30AM. (Click here for details /media/1/Lent%20Book%20Study.pdf)

 

          *   Get involved in the Right to Life Movement

              (click here for details /media/1/40%20days%20for%20life.pdf)

 

          *   Lenten Diaper Drive: There is a playpen in the narthex to collect diapers (any size) and wipes for Old St. Mary's pregnancy Center in Over-the-Rhine.

 

          *   CRS Rice Bowl: Pick up a Rice Bowl kit from the shelves behind the last row of pews to engage with the spiritual pillars of Lent - prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Read stories of hope and daily reflections to inspire your Lenten journey. Sacrifice some of your treasures for Catholic Relief Services, providing assistance to some of our poorest brothers and sisters in over 100 countries of the world.

 

          *   Sign up to bring the Traveling Chalice to your home to pray for all vocations: religious life, married life, single life.

 


 


 

TRINITY MEMORIAL GARDEN

 

Are you looking for a unique keepsake to honor your special family member or friend? You can purchase a brick for our Trinity Memorial Garden for just $35. The garden is located along the sidewalk leading to the parish office and the church. it is paved with the memorial bricks and professionally landscaped with benches and lovely flowers. Attached is a form to submit your signage. If you have any questions, call the parish office (522-3680). Click below for a form.

/media/1/Holy%20Trinity%20Memorial%20Garden.pdf

 


 

DEC. 24: 5pm

Special Seminary Video

 

A graduate student at Northern Kentucky University, Ann Herbert, produced this very fine video history of

Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West.

 

It is slightly over an hour long and a delightful look at this great jewel of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

 

Enjoy!

 

 

(Once you click on the image above, you'll be able to click the icon in the lower right corner of the video to make the image as large as your screen allows.)

 


 

Remembering Your Loved One

 

Consider having the red sanctuary candle by the

tabernacle lit "in honor of" or "in memory of" your loved

one. The suggested donation would be $5, and the candle would burn for one week. Your loved one would be mentioned in the bulletin and during the weekend

intentions. If you are interested, contact Joanne at the

parish office (522.3680).

 

 


 

Headed the Right Way?

 

If you've been away from Christ and/or His Church

and are ready to turn your feet

and your life back to Him,

we would love to help you

take those important steps!

 

For Catholics hearing the call to return...

For those who are new to Catholicism...                                                         

   

 

Mass Times 

Join us for the celebration of God's presence in  the Word and in the Eucharist.

 

  • Mon & Tues: 8 AM at St. Bart
  • Thurs & Fri: 8 AM at St. Vivian
  • Sat. Vigil: 3:00 PM at St. Vivian
  • Sat. Vigil: 5 PM at St. Bart
  • Sunday: 9:30 AM at St. Vivian
  • Sunday: 11:15 AM at St. Bart 
  • Holy Days

 

Communion Service 

Mon-Fri, 6:15 AM at St. Bart

Eucharistic Adoration 

  • 8:30 AM - 4:45 PM, Tuesdays at St. Bart
  • 8:30 AM  - 8 PM First Thursday of the month at St. Vivian

Reconciliation 

  • Saturday, 2:30 PM at St. Vivian
  • Saturday, 4:30 PM at St. Bart

 

More about the Sacraments...

 


Parish Office Hours 

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, M-F


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