Our Lady of Grace Transition News
Upcoming Mass Schedule Changes
June 7 2015: Feast of Corpus Christi "Unity Mass", 9:30 AM at Corpus Christi Church. There will be no Mass at Our Lady of Mercy Church that particular weekend.
First Sunday of the Month beginning July 5: 9:30 AM Mass at Corpus Christi Church. 4:30 PM Saturday Vigil Mass at Our Lady of Mercy Church.
Second through the Last Sunday of the Month: No Change - 4:30 PM Saturday Vigil Mass at Corpus Christi Church and 9:30 AM Sunday Mass at Our Lady of Grace.
September 20, 2015: Our Lady of Mercy Patronal Feast Day "Unity Mass" at Our Lady of Mercy Church. There will be no Mass at Corpus Christi Church that particular weekend.
Mass Schedule Calendar PDF Downloads:
Mass Schedule Calendar for June 2015
Mass Schedule Calendar July-December 2015
Our Lady of Grace Featured in the Catholic Telegraph
The founding of Our Lady of Grace Parish was recently featured in the January 2015 edition of the Catholic Telegraph. Click the link below to for the full article on the Catholic Telegraph website.
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Our Lady of Grace Parish Officially Decreed!
Most Reverend Dennis M. Schnurr, Archbishop of Cincinnati, has officially decreed the formation of Our Lady of Grace Parish to be effective Monday, September 15, 2014. This decree officially merges Corpus Christi Parish and Our Lady of Mercy Parish into one Canonical Parish - Our Lady of Grace. It has also been decreed that both Corpus Christi and Our Lady of Mercy will serve as two coequal parochial churches, retaining their original names, as the Our Lady of Grace worships sites for the proper celebration of all Catholic liturgical rites and reservation of the Blessed Sacrament.
A transition team has been assembled by Parish Council to facilitate the merger. The Our Lady of Grace Transition Team has prepared and sent a letter via the US Postal Service along with a copy of Archbishop Schnurr's Decree to all current parishioners of Corpus Christi and Our Lady of Mercy. You may also view the letter and the Decree by clicking the link below. A full operational transition may take several months and the Transition Team is committed to keeping you informed via, at a minimum, the weekly bulletin, Sheep & Goats Gazette, Facebook, pulpit announcements and this website. Stay tuned as more details are worked out and become available.
Click here to read the Transition Team letter and the Archdiocesan Decree.