MASSES WILL RESUME ON
MONDAY, MAY 25!!!


On May 8, the Bishops of Ohio informed us that,
while respecting the spirit of the governor’s “Responsible Restart Ohio Plan,”
the public celebration of Mass will again be available!

Public Masses will begin in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on Monday, May 25th.

Weekend masses at St. Thomas More will be
4:00 pm on Saturday and 10:00 am on Sunday .

This is not “a return to normal.”
Health and safety requirements and recommendations require:
Social distancing, wearing of face masks by all attending,
and care for the most vulnerable.

Click below to read a summary of the Mass Guidelines we must follow:



Click below for a letter from our Archbishop regarding Masses returning:

FAITH RESOURCES TO DO AT HOME

PRAY THE PENTECOST NOVENA
(prayers said once-a-day for 9 days)
STARTING MAY 22!!
Let us pray like we have never prayed before!
 The Pentecost Novena, honoring the Holy Spirit, is the oldest and first novena,
made at the direction of Our Lord Himself when He sent His Apostles to Jerusalem to await the Holy Spirit's coming on the first Pentecost. It remains the only novena officially prescribed by the Church. Addressed to the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity,
it is a powerful plea for the light, strength, and love so sorely needed.
Click on link below for novena:
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FREE COURSE TO LEARN MORE
ABOUT MARY
The Holy Spirit empowered Mary
to live her entire life in complete surrender to God's Will.
She prefigured and revealed the Church's mission, the Mystical Body of Jesus Christ.
She teaches us about our own vocation.  
Discover more about our Blessed Mother, and her role over all other only-humans,
in the newly released course on Mary, the Mother of the Lord.
Click on link below for the study:
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CATHOLICISM in the time of CORONA VIRUS
The current crisis has been, for countless people around the world,
a great and unexpected trial .
But for Catholics, this trial is not only economic, social, or medical
— it is also spiritual!
Plunged into a time of darkness and separated from the sacraments
and our parish communities,
we, the faithful, feel isolated, disheartened, and
uncertain about the future.
The free eBook below offers an insightful and encouraging analysis of the coronavirus,
shedding light not only on the Church’s present moment
and similar crises of the past,
but also on the immediate future.
Click on link below to download the free ebook:
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LOOKING FOR HOPE?
Since the pandemic's onset, people have studied “maps” tracking the virus' spread. The initial disheartening spread throughout the globe caused many people to lose hope, seeing the havoc wreaked by the virus in every country it touched.
To counter this feeling, one group of friends created a website called, “ Map of Hope ,” which tracks the spread of the Rosary, instead of the virus.
Click on link below for the Map of Hope:
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FIND MORE IDEAS TO CONNECT WITH YOUR FAITH AT OUR
PARISH FAITH FORMATION WEBSITE : www.sttmformation.org
Click on link below:
PARTICIPATE IN
ADORATION ONLINE
Visit ONLINE PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
at one of 13 chapels that broadcast adoration 24/7
Click on link below:
 
PARTICIPATE IN
CATHOLIC MASSES ONLINE
Click on links below:
 
ONLINE MASSES FROM SHRINES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
 
“I consider that the sufferings of this present time are as nothing compared with the glory to be revealed for us.” (Romans 8:18)