Mass

On April 28th, the Catholic bishops of Ohio announced an extension and all publicly celebrated Masses and Liturgies are suspended through Friday, May 29th. We hope to begin once again celebrating public Mass together beginning with the Solemnity of Pentecost the weekend of May 30/31. During the suspension, Catholics unable to tend Sunday Mass can tune in and watch online Mass live-streams from St. Margaret of York or the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains. Daily Mass is also streamed each morning from the cathedral.

Although we cannot meet together to celebrate the Eucharist which is the "source and summit" our faith, we need to keep in mind the advice of Pope Francis: While “social distancing” may be necessary during this time of pandemic, it needs to be countered by an increase in “spiritual closeness” with Jesus and each other.

St. Margaret of York

Sunday Mass

10:00am EST

Watch it via our parish Youtube Channel

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St. Peter in Chains Cathedral

Sunday Mass

11:00am EST

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9:30am EST

Daily Mass (Monday - Saturday)

8:00am EST

Watch via Archdiocese of Cincinnati's Youtube ChannelFacebook Page, and Website.

Confession

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is still available at our regular time in the Day Chapel or by appointment. If you are leery about coming into the chapel, we are also perfectly willing to meet you at other times at the new entrance for a drive-through confession. Our new overhang will keep us dry even if it’s raining. Just call ahead to set it up.
 
Fr. Bedel | 513.697.3101
Fr. Pasala | 513.697.3102

Scheduled Confession Times

Monday: 

6:00 - 6:45pm

Saturday: 

8:45am until the last Confession is heard.

3:00 - 4:00pm

Mass Intentions:

Fr. Bedel and Fr. Pasala will offer private Masses for the intentions already scheduled, however, if you would like to reschedule your Mass intention for a later date when you’ll be able to participate, please contact Kathy McGaughy 513.697.3109 | kmcgaughy@smoy.org

Prayer Life:

We are encouraging everyone to stay home and pray as a family. However, access to the church will remain available for individual private prayer. Key card access may be required to enter. The tabernacle has been moved from the Eucharistic Chapel into the Church to allow adorers to spread out. 

As you visit and pray, for your safety and the safety of others, please join us in following the CDC’s current social distancing guidelines maintaining a distance of 6 feet in all directions from others.


Blessings of Covid

God always brings the good out of everything. We want to share the good you have received during this Covid isolation. You can share your blessings anonymously and we’ll share them with SMOY so that we can all fill our hearts with gratitude.

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First Communion and Confirmation for Youth

Reception of the Sacrament of First Communion and Confirmation for our youth has been delayed and will be rescheduled for a later date yet to be determined. 

When Is Are the RCIA Candidates Receiving Their Sacraments?

The current plan is that they will receive their Sacraments during the Pentecost Vigil on May 30th. 


Covid-19 Updates

We will continue to update this page with the latest updates and information.

Thank you for your understanding.

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