Sunday Mass Schedule:
Saturday: 5:30 pm
Sunday: 8:45 am and 11:15 am
Daily Mass Schedule:
Monday & Wednesday: 7:00 am
Tuesday & Thursday: 9:00 am
Holy Day Schedule:
Masses: 7:00 am, 9:00 am, and 7:00 pm
*Please consult the Parish Bulletin
Saturday: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Or by Appointment (Call 740.653.0997)
Catholic Kids Camp
August 6-10, 2018
6 – 8.30 pm
Take flight with your copilots, Juan Diego, Brigid of Ireland, Martin de Porres, Nicholas of Myra, and Kateri Tekakwitha on a five day adventure!
Let the wind propel you and DISCOVER the timeless virtues of faith, hope, and love at each DESTINATION! Sensational skits, exciting Bible stories, creative crafts, amazing music, and a Mystery Key-Hunt are guaranteed to be a hit! Come fly with Around the World with the Virtues featuring the assorted saints and earn your pilot’s certificate!
After completing this program children will gain an understanding of the virtues of faith, hope and love and welcome Saint Juan Diego, Saint Brigid of Ireland, Saint Martin De Porres, Saint Nicholas of Myra and Saint Kateri Tekakwitha into their hearts. These saints are diverse in race, culture and economic background which supports the message that all are called upon to be saints. Children will participate in a variety of drama skits, role-play, games and Bible verse memory activities. Sensational, easy-to-make crafts reflect each day’s theme. Songs from the Assorted SaintsMusic CD are upbeat, lively and the lyrics and song actions enrich the overall program.
Lesson 1: The Virtue of Faith- Juan Diego
Lesson 2: The Virtue of Hope- Saint Brigid
Lesson 3: The Virtue of Love-Saint Martin De Porres
Lesson 4: The Greatest Virtues- Saint Nicholas of Myra
Lesson 5: Be a Missionary- Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
Additional adult chaperones are needed to assist with the week; please contact Rachel McAnespie or sign-up on your child’s registration form.
Contact Rachel McAnespie with any questions.
“Dug addiction is a ‘new form of slavery’ and a ‘wound in our society’ which should be combatted with education and rehabilitation.”
— Pope Francis
For resources and suggestions for families, schools, and parishes to respond to the opiate addiction epidemic in Ohio, visit the Diocese of Columbus’ Website ( here ) or contact the Social Concerns office at 614.241.2540.
If your child is entering 3rd- 12th grade this coming year and would like to sing in the children’s choir of our parish, we have quite an opportunity for them! From Monday, 2 July – Friday, 6 July, we will have a Choir Camp in the afternoons from 12.30 – 3.00 pm. Choir students will sing together, play games, learn the language of music, prepare a song or two, share snacks and fun, and build up skills and enthusiasm for our beautiful choir program at our parish. For details and registration form, please contact Sharon Silleck, Music Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org . This program is provided by the parish and is completely free of cost to our children.
Calling people of science, medical professionals, families, priests, and religious! Come to an afternoon conference to revisit Pope Paul VI’s famous encyclical Humanae Vitae. We will learn about its historical development, its prophetic message and what it means for us now 50 years later.
Speakers for the day are:
- Dr. Renee Mirkes – director of the Center of NaProEthichs, Omaha NE
- Dr. Ashley Fernandes – President Trustee of Ohio Right to Life; Assoc. Director of the Center of Bioethics and Medical Humanities at The Ohio State University
- Dr. Alicia Thompson, DO OBGYN at Westar OB/GYN and Medical Consultant for Creighton Model FertilityCare and NaPro Technology
- Fr. Adam Streitenberger OFS – priest of the Diocese of Columbus
The event is scheduled from Noon to 5:00 on Saturday, July 7. Registration begins at 11:30 with lunch available at noon. The cost is $20 per person and $35 per family. Pre-registration should be completed by June 25. More information and to register – click ( here).
As part of the national Religious Freedom Week, a Mass and Holy Hour for Religious Freedom will be celebrated Wednesday, June 27, at 5:15 PM, at Saint Joseph Cathedral. Holy Hour will include the rosary, adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and Benediction. All are welcome. For information, contact Social Concerns at 614.241.2540. For information about religious freedom issues online, click ( here ).
My name is Gordon Mott. I am 36 years old, and a life-long resident of the West side of Columbus. I am one of three boys. My mother is an office manager, and my father (now passed) was a mechanic. I am a two-time cancer survivor, and in fact am one of the first people to have survived acute lymphocytic leukemia, and one of the first seven to have survived the kind of relapse I had. I graduated from high school (Franklin Heights) in 1999, and immediately went on to become a computer programmer. I started my consulting business at 20, where I went on to write a piece of software used by a number of housing authorities in the US. I am an adult convert to the faith, and am a son of St. Agnes parish on West Mound Street. I’m a bit of a serial reader, a tinkerer/inventor, and I’ve recently started learning how to play guitar. I’m always excited to learn new things, and meet new people, and I look forward to a richly blessed summer with all of you.