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.

Summertime can be rather challenging in our office because cashflow can be tough to deal with because many people are away on any given weekend. Please don't forget your parish when you are away. Please send in your contribution early or make it up when you get home.

"Give God your first-fruits, not your leftovers."

Thank you,

Fr. Tim

 

Catholic News Headlines

Please go to the bottom of the page for national and international Catholic headlines.

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Publications


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Staff

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

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Mass Times

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

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

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What is on Father's mind?

My Nightmare

Most of you know about some of the medical issues I have had to ... Read More »

Nuns and Birth Control

This past week’s Supreme Court decision concerning religious liberty and the recent rescinding of ... Read More »

Sad for a Brother Priest

You may have read about a priest from our diocese who has been suspended ... Read More »

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National and International Church News

Tucson bishop: US policy puts migrants at risk of violent crime

Tucson, Ariz., Dec 5, 2019 / 03:59 pm (CNA).- The U.S. government’s “Remain in Mexico” policies put vulnerable migrants at risk of kidnapping, rape, cartel violence, gang activity, and other dangers across the border, the Catholic Bishop of Tucson, Arizona said this week.

“The Migrant Protection Protocol is a policy that does not provide protection to these most vulnerable people and in fact has placed them in significant danger in cities that cannot adequately assist them,” Bishop Edward J. Weisenburger of Tucson said Dec. 2. For these reasons I call on others of good will to oppose this policy and to join me in communicating this opposition to our congressional delegation.”

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'If we give up our Christianity, we lose our identity,' says Hungarian minister

Washington D.C., Dec 5, 2019 / 02:00 pm (CNA).- Hungary is promoting pro-family policies because its Christian identity is at stake, the country’s family minister told CNA in an interview.

“If we give up on our Christianity, then we will lose our own identity, as Hungarians, as Europeans,” Katalin Novák, Hungary’s Minister of State for Family Affairs, told CNA in an interview on Wednesday.

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Pelosi fumes: 'I don't hate anybody. I was raised Catholic'

Washington D.C., Dec 5, 2019 / 01:00 pm (CNA).- Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on Thursday rejected the suggestion that she “hates” President Donald Trump, and said that her Catholic faith prevents her from hating anyone. 

"I don't hate anybody. I was raised in a Catholic house, we don't hate anybody—not anybody in the world,” said Pelosi. She had been asked by a journalist during her weekly press briefing if she “hates President Trump.”

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