St. Frances Cabrini Church

Colerain, Ohio


Welcome to St. Frances Cabrini Church's website. We are excited to be able to communicate widely with our parishioners and visitors from just about anywhere. Please take a few minutes and explore our homepage and open some of the links using the bar above. We make changes to our website frequently, and your suggestions are welcome.

Schedules for the Holidays

  • 4th Sunday of Advent, Saturday, December 23 Mass at 5:00pm
  • 4th Sunday of Advent, Sunday, December 24 Mass at 9:00am
  • Christmas Eve, Sunday, December 24 Mass at 5:00pm
  • Christmas Day, Monday, December 25 Mass at 9:00am
  • Holy Family, Saturday, December 30 Mass at 5:00pm
  • Holy Family, Sunday, December 31 Mass at 9:30am
  • Mary Mother of God (New Years) the only Mass will be Monday, January 1, 2018 at 9:30
    • New Years is not a Holy Day of Obligation in 2018

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Office Hours

Pastor: Please feel free to call before you stop by.

Secretary present:
Tuesdays 9:00 to 3:00
Fridays 9:00 to 4:00


Mass Times

Saturdays at 5:00pm
Sundays at 9:30am

Confessions are one half hour before weekend Masses. Appointments are most welcome.

Online Giving

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What is on Father's mind?

Pray for Vocations

Today is the World Day of Prayer for Vocations. Praying for vocations is very ... Read More »

The Prodigal Song

When I was first ordained I was assigned to  teach at Catholic Central High ... Read More »

The Feast of Feasts

I love the Easter Vigil. I know it is longer than the typical Mass, ... Read More »



  • May 29 2018  8:30 am - Mass
  • May 30 2018  6:00 pm - Mass
  • May 31 2018  8:30 am - Mass

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National and International Church News

What Catholic communities can do to support foster children

Washington D.C., May 27, 2018 / 04:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- As the opioid crisis has left nearly half a million children in need of homes, Catholic leaders are calling their families and parishes to a work of mercy that is both pro-life and fruitful: supporting vulnerable children in foster care.

"Foster care and adoption is another way that God is calling couples to be open to life, and not just infertile couples, but couples that have biological children who can welcome another child into their family," said Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City in Kansas at an event on foster care after the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast.

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God is not indifferent – he's close and personal, Pope Francis says

Vatican City, May 27, 2018 / 05:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis marked the feast of the Holy Trinity stressing the personal love and interest God has in each one of his children, saying the Lord is not ever far away, but is an attentive and loving Father to all.

“God does not want so much to reveal to us that he exists, but rather that he is the 'God with us,' that he loves us, is interested in our personal story and cares for each person, from the smallest to the greatest,” the pope said May 27.

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Pro-refugee sentiment drops, especially low among white Evangelicals

Washington D.C., May 27, 2018 / 04:43 am (CNA).- Americans’ belief in a duty to accept refugees has dipped, according to a survey showing that white Evangelicals are among the least favorable to refugees.

While 50 percent of Catholics said they think the U.S. has a responsibility to accept refugees, only 25 percent of white Evangelicals did. The white Evangelical response was statistically identical to the percentage of Republicans who saw a duty toward refugees.

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