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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          Haga clic arriba para ver la misa dominical en vivo y a pedido y otras celebraciones litúrgicas en la iglesia.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

May Crowning recorded on the livestream link above or on our Facebook page. May Crowning grabado en el enlace de transmisión en vivo de arriba o en nuestra página de Facebook

Vivo en el Espíritu, miércoles 26 de mayo en español en la iglesia con Juana Mendez, S.C.

Alive witht he Spirit, Thursday, May 27 in Englisn in church with Sr. Juana Mendez, S.C.

Dress in RED for Mass on Pentecost, May 22nd and 23rd - Vístase de ROJO para la Misa de Pentecostés, 22 y 23 de mayo

 

From Fr. E.J. - -  

This past Wednesday evening, May 5, the Parish Festival Committee members had their second meeting in the festival storage   area below church. We met while enjoying appropriate snacks to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. In an effort to learn from other parishes, we reviewed a report describing how 15 area parishes are approaching festivals. (Meanwhile, thanks to everyone who helped the Furniture Sale to be a big success.) Committee members began a new plan for lay-out of booths so they could be spread a little further apart in this Covid-19 time; and discussed how to help those who want to participate in the festival but are leery about coming onto the festival grounds during pandemic time. We also prepared the   necessary letters, envelopes, labels, and Grand Raffle tickets so they could be mailed to all    registered parishioners and Roger Bacon alumni. GRAND RAFFLE TICKETS WILL ARRIVE IN YOUR MAIL VERY SOON! Please circle the dates on your calendar: ST. CLEMENT FESTIVAL ON FRIDAY-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10-12.

            Last Friday brought beautiful sunshine, pleasant temperatures, highly energized students, and enthusiastic faculty/administration together for the annual St. Clement School Walk-A-Thon. Everyone had fun as we walked our       way around St. Bernard for a couple of miles (about one mile for the                      kindergarteners.) The whole event was well organized by the Teacher-Parent Club along with St. Bernard Police and Health Officials. A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL! Our goal of raising $20,000 was far exceeded: we raised at least $24,000. I walked with one of the 4th grade classes. It is hard to believe I once had that much energy. I would like to thank all the Walk-A-Thon sponsors: Roger Bacon High School, Scherpies Produce and Deli, Gerke Electric, LaRosa’s Family Pizzeria, Dairy Queen, Farmers Insurance, Wiedemann’s, Molloy Roofing Company, Underground Detective, Mount Notre Dame High School and I Am Coffee.

            The Ohio Bishops and State Health Officials are in constant contact about easing Covid restrictions in churches. Last Monday, our parish Worship Commission discussed this same topic. On Thursday, this same issue was at the forefront of the Deanery agenda at our monthly meeting of priests. It seems like change will happen in little steps as we follow health guidelines being gradually adjusted. The Worship Commission talked about investigating with Village of St. Bernard officials and others the possibility of our safely having a Sunday, June 6th Corpus Christi Procession with two stops for prayer. Whether we can have a procession this year is uncertain. Meanwhile, we would like to pursue the possibility of bringing back the ministry of Altar Servers. The Bishops of Ohio have already okayed returning missalettes and songbooks to the pews.  Very soon we will no longer have to make paper music and readings Worship Aids for every weekend.  That will help us to save money on paper and ink, plus the cost of running the copy machine.  It will also help us to be more environmentally friendly      because of not using so much paper.  

Everybody, have a good week!  God Bless You! – Fr. E.J.