Thursday, March 15 - Ex 32:7-14

Ps 106:19-23  - John 5:31-47

In a little over 2 weeks, we will

be asked 6 questions. We have been

praying and fasting for about 30

days in preparation for answering

these questions and making the

greatest of all decisions from the

heart. The key to the baptismal

promises and the one question that will

help make the other promises is the

5th question: "do you believe in Jesus

Christ, His only Son, our Lord?"

If  you say "I do", how will yo live your

new life?


Friday, March 16 - Wis 2:1, 12-22

Ps 34:17-21, 23 -  John 7:1-2, 10, 25-30

If we want to live a godly life, we will

be persecuted. We don't know the severity

of this persecution, but we do know

the certainty of it.

Father, in life may I lead many people

to You. In death, may I lead many

more people to You.


Saturday, March 17 - St. Patrick

St. Patrick's commitment to Jesus

was so extreme that he endured 

grave hardships, and was willing

to suffer imprisionment or even

death if God so required.


Sunday, March 18 - Jer 31:31-34

Heb 5:7-9  Ps 51:3-4, 12-15 - 

John 12:20-33 

When we think of Jesus' cross

and our daily crosses our souls

are troubled. We are tempted to

pray that we will be saved from

the cross rather than saved by

the cross. Yet the cross is our

salvation because it is under

the cross that we find treasures

like fortitude, sanctification,

wisdom, obedience, purification.

Therefore, let's embrace the cross. 


Monday, March 19 - St. Joseph

For the  task of safeguarding the

Child Jesus, God chose a man who

excelled in hearing and obeying.

St. Joseph the man of faith, must

have spent a lot of time on his

knees in fervent prayer for help.

Let's immitate St. Joseph in

turning to God in prayer, hear

His voice and obey Him.










                                                                                                                                                   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 meets on Sundays from 2-4 in the church basement.  Contact: Pam Hurley (513) 374-0332


FISH FRY DATES: 2/16  & 23;   3/2, 9, 16 & 23.    --5-7pm

Cost:    Adults and children over 12:  $9 -   under 12:   $3  and under 5:   free.

Menue: baked and breaded fish, green beans, baked potatoes, mac'n cheese, cole slaw, dessert and drinks.

******    There will be a special $25 rate for families in the parish with 3 or more children. Please contact

             Pam Hurley for coupons (513) 374-0332


8th Annual Memorial Father George Klein 5K RUN/WALK  is scheduled for Saturday, June 16, 2018.

At the Trenton Community Park.

8:00am registration  -  9:00am race starts.  registration form will be available later.









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Daily Mass at Holy Name
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Our Lady of Sorrows
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Fri. 9:00am
Holy Days
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Adoration at Holy Name
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