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New Parish Vision and Mission


Click here to read strategies on the implementation of the new Parish Vision and Mission.

 
Parish Fundraising Events

The 6th Annual Chicken Dinner is Sunday, June 28 from noon until 6:00 p.m. BIG Raffle tickets will be mailed soon. Be sure to get yours in early, because a $200 Early Bird drawing will take place at the Chicken Dinner. The seller will receive $50, as long as her/his name on is on the ticket as the seller.

Mark your calendars for the 3rd annual Oktoberfest, on Sunday, October 25 from noon until 6:00 p.m.

 
Join us at Outpouring 2015

“Outpouring 2015” is Sunday, May 31, from 3-5:00 p.m. at the Cincinnati Gardens. Catholic, Protestant, Evangelical and other Christian denominations will hold a unique and powerful prayer service and will ask the Holy Spirit to foster unity in the Body of Christ and peace and justice in Greater Cincinnati. Please join Little Flower’s delegation, which will be leaving from the church parking lot at 2:15 p.m.

 
Save Time and Donate Online!
Online Giving is now available for parishioners with WeShare, an easy and convenient way to save time and support the church. Donating is simple, safe, and completely secure. 

With WeShare, you can set up a recurring weekly or monthly transaction using your checking, savings, or credit card account. You can decide how much to give to any collection and make changes any time, day or night. Plus, you can leave your checkbook at home on Sundays.

If you would like to enroll in Online Giving, please click on the “Give Online” link on the homepage. If you have any questions or concerns about the program or would like help setting up your account, please call the Parish Office at 541-5560.

 
Welcome

Mission Statement:

We are a community of evangelizing disciples being transformed by the Gospel in order to transform our parish, our neighborhood and our world.

We will do this by cultivating faith formation, participating in spirit-filled worship, fostering stewardship, and reaching out in the name of Jesus to those in need.

Vision Statement:

St. Therese Little Flower Parish is the sacramental presence of Jesus . . . the mind and heart, the hands and feet, the words and deeds . . . the incarnate and living Body of Christ for our own place and time.


Pentecost 2015
Confirmation 2015
First Communion 2015

Welcome to OLG's new principal!

Mrs. Mandy Kirk has accepted the position of principal at Our Lady of Grace School starting July 1. Mrs. Kirk comes to OLG with 17 years of experience in education as a teacher leader in grades preschool through high school. She has shown a strong commitment to Catholic education in her current roles as mentor, Leadership Team member, and middle school English and Reading teacher at Cardinal Pacelli School. Mrs. Kirk is a graduate of Xavier University with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Master of Education in Reading with an additional graduate certification in Educational Leadership.

In addition to her professional experiences, Mrs. Kirk joins Our Lady of Grace School while serving on the athletic booster and youth football executive boards in her hometown of Milford, Ohio. She also volunteers in the Parish Religious Education Program at St. Andrew the Apostle Church. Mrs. Kirk and her husband Steve have three children, Shelby, Danny, and Eli. 
   Mrs. Kirk is looking forward to working with the students, parents, and staff to help fulfill the spiritual, academic, social, artistic and physical potential given to them by God.
Mrs. Kirk meets OLG students

Mandy Kirk, OLG's new principal, met some OLG students who were participating in a track meet in Milford.

Most Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About...Consecrated Life
The Year of Consecrated Life

Pope Francis has set aside November 30, 2014 through February 2, 2016 as the Year of Consecrated Life.  Our Archbishop has set the objectives for this celebration in our Archdiocese: to increase the visibility of religious life/consecrated life, to express appreciation, to highlight the joy experienced in this vocational choice, and to educate on the importance of on religious life/consecrated life to the Church.  As one means of learning more about religious life/consecrated life, our website will periodically have an educational component in the form of a question and answer. It is our hope that you will not only read the entries but discuss them your family, friends, co-workers.  And perhaps share stories about the influence of consecrated women and men in your life. 

Why are there so few Sisters, Brothers and Priests in schools and hospitals today?

One of the very obvious reasons is the fact that there are simply fewer religious today compared to the total population and to the number of Catholics. However, two other reasons also affected the move away from these two important ministries.  In the 1960s men and women religious were asked by the Church to study their founding charisms.  In doing so, and applying them to the contemporary world and its needs, many discovered that it was an historical shift that moved them from their original reason for being founded to meeting the needs of Catholics in the US through Catholic hospitals and schools.  Following the Church’s mandate many religious congregations returned to working with the poor, the alienated and the marginalized just as their founders and foundresses had done.  At the same time, laity were being encouraged to take their rightful place in the ministries of the Church and more and more lay men and women were training for ministries that had been traditionally been those of men and women religious.   This shift shows that it is not the ministry of teaching or health care that defines religious life, but rather vows or promises and the communal life undertaken to meet the needs of God’s people in an ever changing world.

More information on Consecrated Life will be posted periodically, so check back often!
Contact Info

Parish Office

513-541-5560

Parish Email

ParishOffice@LittleFlower-church.org

Parish Name

St. Therese Little Flower Parish

5560 Kirby Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio 45239

(Mt. Airy)

Map to Little Flower

Emergency Contact only:

513-541-7819

Parish Office Hours

Monday - Thursday

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Friday

8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Precious Blood Lamb

This plaque adorned the altar at St. Richard of Chichester, which merged with Little Flower on January 19, 1992.

Mass Times


Weekend  Saturday
  4:30 p.m.
  Sunday
  9:00 a.m. &
11:00 a.m.
   
Weekday Monday-Thursday
  8:30 a.m.

Confessions    Most Saturdays 
  3:00 p.m. until finished
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