3172 South Road

Cincinnati, OH 45248

(513) 922-2056

 

 


 



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Events


Every Thursday

Every Thursday

Adoration 1-4PM
in Church
Unless pre-empted by funeral



Announcements


Outreach collection September 11 & 12

Outreach collection September 11 & 12

To help those severely affected by the recent earthquake in Haiti and those affected by Hurricane Ida in Louisiana, our Outreach Ministries second collection on September 11th and 12th will go to the U-S Bishops Emergency Disaster Fund and Catholic Charities USA. As usual, a quarter of our Outreach Ministries collections go to our Covenant Partner, St. Leo’s. Make checks payable to "Our Lady of the Visitation."




Help an Afghanistan Family

Help an Afghanistan Family

Catholic Charities of SW Ohio says it is helping a family fleeing Afghanistan to resettle here in the Cincinnati area. It's a married couple with six children. Catholic Charities is asking for help in finding permanent or temporary housing for the family. 

To donate or offer help, click

https://www.ccswoh.org/get-involved/donate/ or call 513-241-7745.

There are also many types of service opportunities with Catholic Charities such as helping to set up housing, welcoming families when they arrive, teaching classes, mentoring youth and young adults, picking up donations, and driving families to and from medical and other appointments. Explore these options at ccswoh.volunteerhub.com.




With Malice Toward None

With Malice Toward None

We live in divided times, and our faith calls us to rise above the vitriol and harsh language and be people of compassion and healing. To aid us in this work, we are partnering with Braver Angels and their With Malice Towards None program.

Prior to the election, we had two sessions: one w/ Prof. Marcus Mescher (XU) on The Ethics of Encounter and one w/ David Lapp from Braver Angels on the Compassionate Listening & Speaking. We also encouraged everyone to do a little work on your own on Depolarizing Within. If you haven't yet, please check these out.

The next step has two parts. First, we are bringing together those who are delighted by the results of the election, and we're bringing together those who are distressed by the results of the election. Since almost everyone is a mix of both delight and distress, we will - for simplicity's sake - base this on the presidential election results.

On Tuesday, January 26, at 7:00pm, we will have the session for those delighted, and on Wednesday, January 27, at 7:00pm, we will have the session for those distressed.

Each of these sessions will take about one hour.

To register for the Tues. 1/26 7:00pm Delighted session, please click here.

To register for the Wed. 1/27 7:00pm Distressed session, please click here.

On Wed., 2/3, at 6:00pm, we will have the joint session. This session will take about three hours. We're hoping to have an equal number of delighted and distressed folks so if you're interested in participating and know someone from the other side of the proverbial aisle, please invite them to join w/ you.

To register for the Wed. 2/3 6:00pm joint session, please click here.

If you have any questions, please contact Andrew Musgrave, amusgrave@catholicaoc.org




Covenant Corner - St.Leo Parish

Covenant Corner - St.Leo Parish

Looking for a way to help St. Leo Parish? Perhaps consider donating your COVID Relief stimulus check.

St. Leo the Great Food Pantry is always in need of items to help fulfill their increasing needs which have been demanding since the start of the pandemic. You can look for their needs posted on their Amazon Wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1Y6S276N39W08?ref_=wl_share.

These are just ideas but the Pantry is always in need of canned food items, boxed food, personal hygiene items, household cleaning supplies, etc.

You can also help with a monetary donation to help supply items needed daily, or to cover the monthly operating cost. The Food Pantry is also in need of volunteers to help serve on Monday, Wednesday, and especially Fridays to help serve the community from noon - 4 p.m. Please contact 513-921-1044 if you are interested or would like to learn more. 




Pray A Minute Movement

Pray A Minute Movement

Pray A Minute: One Million Hours of Prayer for Peace, Justice and Goodwill The world feels heavy these days. News headlines are filled with injustices and unrest. It seems as though everywhere we turn we find division and disharmony in our country. The world desperately needs Christians united in prayer. A million hours of prayer may sound impossible, but if you divide that prayer time among all of the Catholics in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, it is just one minute of prayer a day. Just one minute. From now until January 1, the World Day of Prayer for Peace, you are invited to pray one minute more than you already do, every day, specifically for the intention of peace, justice and goodwill in our country. One more minute might not sound like much, but together with our brothers and sisters in faith, that minute can help change the world. Commit to praying at www.PrayAMinute.com. _________________________________________________________________________________ Pray A Minute: One Million Hours of Prayer for Peace, Justice and Goodwill Do you believe in the power of prayer? What might happen if every Catholic would pray just one minute more than they already do, every day, for the specific intention of peace, justice and goodwill? From now until January 1, the World Day of Prayer for Peace, Catholics from across the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are invited to unite in prayer for the spiritual renewal of our country. Together, we will pray one million hours! Learn more and commit to doing your part at www.PrayAMinute.com.

You may also visit Food for the Soul on our website for other ways to pray.




Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio

Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio

Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio is looking for help in providing housing to incoming refugees who are being sent here throught the Archdiocese  "Refugee Resettlement Program". They are putting out a general request to contact the Catholic Charities office if you have any connections for rental/permanent housing of any size for refugee families. If you would like to inquire further, please contact LaTonya in the Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement Program at 672-3722.




Prayer Wall

Prayer Wall

Prayer has divine power and Visitation has a Prayer Wall on the parish website for anyone to post prayer requests.

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