Monday, August 13 - Pope St. Pontian  and

St. Hippolytus.

Pope St. Pontian remained faithful to the Lord

and the Church through exile and eventual

martyrdom. He forgave St. Hippolytus, a rival

anti-pope who dedicated himself to discrediting

Pontian. Hippolytus humbled himself and

wrote his followers to support Pontian, the

true Pope.


Tuesday, August 14 - St. Maximilian Mary Kolbe

Be a Christian in the fullest sense os the word. Seek

first the Lord's kingdom share your faith; suffer for

Jesus; grow in holiness; let the zeal for God's house

consume you; be the light of the world. Be the best

priest, sister, brother, wife, daughter that you can be.

St. Maximilian gave his life in concentration camp

for the Lord.


Wednesday, August 15 - THE ASSUMPTION OF


Pope Pius XII  authoritatively recognized Mary's

Assumption, which had been preached and taught for

many centuries. Because Mary already shares in

Christ's victory over death, she is a sign of hope

for us. Today is a special day of HOPE.


Thursday, August 16 - St. Stephen of Hungary

Though King, St. Stephen, made certain he was

accessible to the poor and oppressed, and strove

to provide justice for them.









                                                                                                                                                   We are a Roman Catholic church filled with the love of Christ.

                                                                                                                                                We are centered on the Eucharist and the love of our Mother. 

                                                                                                                                                           We are here to serve all in the name of the Lord




INTERESTED IN BECOMING CATHOLIC?    Call Deacon Larry Gronas (513)502-6266   or call the office 988-6335. 


Youth Group:   Contact: Pam Hurley (513) 374-0332


RELIGOUS EDUCATION CLASSES: will begin Wednesday, September 5,   6:30-7:45pm. Please consider volunteering:

We are in need of at least two new teachers.  Contacts: Kathy Menninger (513)222-3039  -  Pam Hurley: (513) 374-0332.






The most efficacious form of prayer is prayer in the Presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Why? Because it releases the power, the blessings, and the graces

of God, upon you, your family, your parish, your diocese, the priesthood, and the world. "You will be," like St. Therese said, "a missionary without ever going to the missions."


Please consider one hour of adoration. Bishop Sheen said: "the difficulty finding time in today's busy world makes your holy hour that much more precious and meritorious

in the eyes of God." May the Lord help us increase the number of Eucharistic adorers. (see schedule). We'd like to have 800 at each hour, but we settle for two or three.

especially where there is only one adorer.


The Church and the world have great need of Eucharistic Adoration. Our Lord revealed to Blessed Dina Belander the power of the holy hour in making reparation. One

form of reparation is the ability to make up for what is lacking in the life of another. One day before her holy hour, Jesus showed Dina a multitud of souls on the precipice

of hell. After her holy hour, Jesus showed the same souls in the hands of God. He told her that through holy hours of prayer a multitude of souls go to heaven who 

otherwise would have gone to hell as one person can make up for what is lacking in the lives of others by winning precious efficacious graces for their salvation. In other

words, Eucharistic Adoration is the outpouring of God's Mercy on the world.


Contemplative vocations that were once plentiful among religious are now given to lay people. A holy hour can be done before the Tabernacle when Exposition is not available.


Fulton Sheen:  "I am convinced that if it were humanly possible to fully understand the value of a holy hour, everyone would either find time or make time to do it."

Benedict XVI: " The first condition for the new evangelization is adoration. It is time to reaffirm the importance of prayer in the face of the activism and the growing secularism."




















Sunday Vigil 5:30pm
Sunday 8:00am 10:30am
Daily Mass at Holy Name
Monday 9:00am
Wed. Thurs. 9:00am
Our Lady of Sorrows
Mon. Tues. 9:00am
Fri. 9:00am
Holy Days
see bulletin
Adoration at Holy Name
Monday 9:30-7:00pm
Wed. & Thurs. 9:30-9pm
Friday 2-9pm
Monday 6:45pm
Sat. 4:30 - 5:00pm
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