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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Rest in Peace Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI 


DISCIPLE MAKER INDEX Help our parish serve you and the community by completing the Disciple Maker Index. This can be done on line at https://portal.catholicleaders.org/d/ytabg3 . Your thoughts and opinions are greatly needed. It only takes 10-15 minutes. Responses are anonymous. If you do not have access to completing the index on line, paper copies are available at the entrances to church, in the parish office, or can be mailed. For questions or information call the parish office at 513-641-3176.

JANUARY 22 xBlessing Ritual for First Communion Candidates this Saturday and Sunday Masses and Parent-Child Preparation Session on Sunday only in the School Cafeteria from 10:30-11:30.

RCIA for the unbaptized, those baptized in another faith tradition, as well as those baptized Catholic as an infant without celebratig First Communion, First Reconciliation and Confirmation meets in the School Library on Sundays from 10:45am-12:15pm (betwen the 9:30 adn12:30 Masses).  If you are interested and want more information or you want to volunteer as a companion to our seekers contact Colleen Gerke by phone at 513-641-3176 ext. 106, cgerke@stclement.or, or by text  at 513-394-7045.

FOOD PANTRY - JANUARY 23 from 4:30-6:30pm

OPEN HOUSE at St. Clement School, January 29 from 11:00am - 1:00pm

From Fr. E.J. -

Father Al Hirt OFM and I are excited to announce that today begins our Family parishes’ participation in the Disciple Maker Index Survey. The opportunity for each parishioner 15-years-old or older to complete the survey will continue until February 27. We need everyone to help in completing this survey in order to get good, helpful results for each parish and for both parishes together. Both Father Al and I are looking forward to taking this survey.
The survey will ask you to reflect on your own spiritual growth. Each person will be able to provide feedback on what efforts the parish is making to help you grow. The survey will help develop increased parish engagement in the church’s mission among all disciples. All responses will be confidential, and the parishes will only receive information about the faith community as a whole.
How do I take the survey? To complete the survey online, please go to the parish Facebook page or to the survey link I will announce today at Mass. The link is also on a paper notice you can take home from the tables by the doors of church.
If you prefer a paper copy of the survey: You can pick up a paper copy of the survey anytime until February 27. Surveys will be located on the tables by the doors of church and in the parish office. A printable version of the survey is also available for download at the survey link I will announce today at Mass and on the parish Facebook page. This link is also on a paper notice you can take home from the tables by the doors of church.
How do I return my completed survey? To submit the completed paper survey, please drop it in the collection boxes on the walls of church, place it in the special trays on the tables near the church doors, drop it off at the parish office, or mail it to the parish office. To make special arrangements for getting or returning a paper survey, please contact the parish office at (513) 641-3176.
Please take 10-15 minutes to complete the 75-question survey. The results will be valuable and useful to me, the staff, and parish/school leaders as we seek the best ways to support everyone in our parish in their discipleship journey. Please do not be afraid to contact the church with questions or observations you may have. We really need your help and participation in making this a success! God bless you for all your efforts.
We are right in the middle of the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Let us pray: Lord Jesus Christ, at your Last Supper, you prayed that all should be one. Send your Holy Spirit upon all who bear your name and seek to serve you. Strengthen our faith in you and lead us to love one another in humility. May we who have been reborn in one baptism be united in one faith under one Shepherd. Amen.
Have a good week everyone! Fr. EJ