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UPCOMING EVENTS 

ASH WEDNESDAY

FEBRUARY 14

MASS TIMES:

7:55 AM

12:10 PM

6:00 PM (SPANISH)

7:15 PM

 

 

  


 

BILINGUAL STATIONS OF THE CROSS

VIA CRUCIS BILINGÜE

FRIDAYS DURING LENT

7:00 PM

 


ANNUAL DAY OF CARING

PANCAKE BRUNCH

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2024

10:30 AM TO 2:00 PM

SCHOOL CAFETERIA

This event is sponsored by DAY OF CARING 365 

All proceeds benefit St. Clement Food Pantry

Adult Tickets: $7 | Senior & Child Tickets: $5 | Or Goodwill Donations!

Menu:

Pancakes, toppings include homemade mixed-berry syrup, sausages, freshly made scrambled eggs, yogurt, fresh fruit, coffee, orange juice, and water. 

 


 

 

SACRAMENTAL PREPARATION

 

 To register for sacramental preparation, contact the Director of Faith Formation:

Maria Clay

by office phone at 513-641-3176 ext. 163, by email mclay@stclement.org, or by mobile at 513-445-2564.


 

  • Preparation for First Communion: January to March

  • Preparación para la Primera Comunión: de enero a marzo.

 


 

  • Preparation for Confirmation (Adults Only) March to May.

  • Preparación para la Confirmación (Adultos Solamente): de marzo a mayo.

 


 

  • Preparation for Baptism takes place every month on the 2nd Saturday of the month, from 9:30 to 11:30. Registration is required.

  • La Preparación para el Bautismo se hace todos los meses, el segundo sabado del mes, de 9:30 a 11:30 am. Es necesario registrarse.

 


  • Order of Christian Initiation for Adults (OCIA)    

      (Process of formation to receive the sacraments of initiation into the Catholic Church)

      (Proceso de formación para recibir los sacramentos de iniciación en la iglesia Católica)

 

In English - Saturdays  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Parish Conference Room

 

In Spanish - Sundays 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | St. Clement School Library

 

 


WEEKLY MESSAGE FROM FATHER E.J. -

 

UPDATE ON THE BEACONS OF LIGHT

Our family pathway team has reached a point where we have temporarily suspended our meeting together. Before continuing, St. Clement Parish is to organize its own Parish Pastoral Council and have it operate cohesively for 6 to 12 months before our Beacons of Light process continues. The three St. Clement parishioners of the Family Pathway Team and I have begun forming the process of bringing together our Parish Pastoral Council. A bi-lingual nominating ballot has been produced and nominations will be occuring the first two weekends of February 2024. We agreed together that as the process progresses along, we don’t have to wait until Pentecost to install a Parish Pastoral Council. It can, and hopefully will, happen before Pentecost. To help us prepare for the nomination process the next two weekends, it may be helpful to review the function, purpose, and qualifications of membership for our Parish Pastoral Council.

 

The function and purpose of the St. Clement Parish Pastoral Council is described in its most up-to-date 2013 Constitution and Procedures: “The Council is a consultative group that is led by the pastor and charged with prayerfully discerning parish needs, setting pastoral priorities, and empowering parishioners to participate in the mission of Christ. It is the primary visioning body of the parish. Together with the Pastor and the parish staff it charts the future of the parish. Pastoral planning is its most important task.”

 

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati offers some additional guidelines for Parish Pastoral Councils:

(1) The Parish Pastoral Council is a consultative body that assists the pastor in matters of pastoral activity, and deliberates on matters of importance to the parish.

(2) The Parish Pastoral Council works in a spirit of prayer and discernment as a sign and witness to the parish.

(3) The Parish Pastoral Council is the primary means by which the voice of the parish membership is represented.

 

What qualifications would be true of a member of St. Clement Pastoral Council? All members must be baptized Catholics who are registered with the parish and at least 18 years of age and active in support of the parish. Qualifications for membership should include: possession of time and energy, ability to listen to people with diverse views, desire to grow in spirit, openness to study, reliability, willingness to empower others for action, and a commitment to work collaboratively.

 

It is important that the whole parish keep the forming and practice of our Parish Pastoral Council in prayer so the Holy Spirit’s guidance is always present and well responded to

 

Come Holy Spirit and fill the hearts of the faithful!  Fr. EJ


 

 IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION 

         ST. BERNARD PUB PARKING LOT

PARISHIONERS ATTENDING MASS OR SCHOOL FUNCTIONS CANNOT PARK IN THE ST. BERNARD PUB LOT at 4537 Vine St, across from church.  THE VILLAGE OF ST. BERNARD NO LONGER HAS ACCESS TO THE LOT. IT IS NOW THE PRIVATE PROPERTY OF THE PUB.  OWNERS CAN TOW YOUR VEHICLE IF NECESSARY.  WE ASK THAT YOU USE THE VILLAGE PARKING LOT BEHIND LAROSA ’ S (entrance on Martin Street). THANKS FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND COOPERATION.