Thursday, July 18 - St. Camillus de Lellis
St. Camillus de Lellis initially followed in
his father's footsteps, living a dissolute
lifestyle. Camillus was shaken by the
ordeal, thus beginning his journey to
sainthood. He devoted his life to the care
of the sick and was ordained to the
priesthood at the age of 34 years. He
founded and order of priests to carry
carry on his mission.
Friday, July 19 - Ex 3:1-6, 9-12
Ps 103:1-4, 6-7 - Matt 11:25-27
Don't fall short of God's greatest plans
for you. Go to Holy Mass. Live the Holy
Mass. Center your lifew on the Holy
Sacrifice of the Mass.
Saturday, July 20 - St. Apollinaris
St. Apollinaris' life was exemplary
for persistence.As bishop of Ravenna,
Italy, he was expelled from the city
an astounding for times! His final
beating earned him a martyr's crown.
Sunday, Gen 18:1-10 - Ps 15:2-5
Col 1:24-28 - Luke 10:38-42
Before we become committed to
the Lord, we naturally choose to
live a life of maximum pleasure
and minimum pain. Because true
love often entails pain, the life of
maximum pleasure and minimum
pain amounts to a life of maximum
selfishness and minimum love.
Monday, July 22 - St. Mary Magdalene
St. Mary Magdalene loved Jesus
and she stood at his crucifixion,
faithfully to the end. She was the first
person recorded in the Gospel
to see the risen Lord.
Tuesday, July 23 - St. Bridget of Sweden
St. Bridget of Sweden was a wife
and mother of 8 children. Her holy witness
led to the canonization of her daughter
St. Catherine of Sweden
VBS, July 8-14, 9am--noon. Parish Hall. Contact Pam Hurley (513)374-0332
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CATHOLIC? - Contact Deacon Larry Gronas (513) 502-6266. Classes begin Tuesday, August 20 at 6:30pm in the church basement
FOR YOUTH GROUP MINISTRY, CONTACT Pam Hurley (513) 374-0332
We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe
We remember how you loved us to Your death,
and still we celebrate, for You are with us here.
And we believe that we will see You when You come in Your glory, Lord,
We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe.