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News & Events
YOUTH MINISTRY UPDATE
We’ve got teens, you’ve got skills! If you missed mass this weekend and didn’t have a chance to introduce yourselves to our new Co-Directors of Youth Ministry then please visit the bulletin board in the Narthax to learn more about Allison and Chris, pick up information about the many ways you can help out, and sign-up! They are excited to serve our youth this year and invite you to join in their efforts. Or please contact Allison and Chris by email (click on their names) or by calling 513-745-4224.
Here is a copy of the examen that the parish is using. To submit your responses, click on the link in the upper right corner of this page.
SUNDAY MORNING FAITH FORMATION
Our Sunday Morning Adult and Children’s Faith Formation will begin with the first session on September 8. Please fill out both of the registration forms for each child. Families in our GIFT program will gather on August 25 for our beginning-of-the-year pancake breakfast 10:00- 11:30 AM on the 4th floor of the Conaton Learning Center.
GIFT Registration 2019-2020
Medical Release form 2019-2020
INVITATION TO INQUIRY
Our RCIA ministry has produced this new video inviting people to “take the first step” and come to our Inquiry sessions. Several recent “neophytes” and “newly confirmed” tell the stories of what moved them to come and why they continued. Only 8 minutes long, it can now be accessed here on our parish website or on YouTube . Please take a few minutes to watch it, then consider to whom you could send the link, or refer them to our website. Help us spread this invitation!
Weekday: 8:00am, 12:00pm, 5:00pm*
Sunday: 9:00am, 11:00am, 4:00 PM*, 7:00pm, 10:00 PM*
*when XU classes are in session
Tuesdays 4 - 5 PM
Saturdays 11 AM - Noon
By appointment at 513-745-2950
Bellarmine Chapel is a Catholic faith community that strives to live out the teaching and example of Jesus Christ in the spiritual tradition of St. Ignatius of Loyola. We seek to be a parish where lives are transformed by the new and creative ways of the Holy Spirit. Nourished at the table of the Eucharist, we are sent on mission to make disciples, serve those in need, work for justice, and welcome all with love.
To learn more about our new mission statement and the process for creating it, and the meaning behind each part of it, read our Mission Statement Explication .