Adult Faith Formation
The Adult Faith Formation Team recognizes that adult formation is essential for the Church to carry out its mandate to proclaim the Good News of Jesus to the world. The team will help to provide a comprehensive approach to adult formation that will embrace all the faith dimensions of adult life. In a vibrant learning environment our adult team will engage the particular needs and interests of the adults of our parish through integration of actual life experience, diverse adult learning needs, study of scripture and the teaching of the Church's tradition.
The following three goals will guide and direct our efforts in adult faith formation:
- Invite and enable ongoing conversion to Jesus in holiness of life
- Promote and support active membership in the Christian community
- Call and prepare adults to act as disciples in mission to the world
Contact a member of the Education Commission if you have any questions on Adult Faith Formation.
Members visit bereaved parish families to help plan funeral arrangements such as the Mass for the deceased and a luncheon on the day of the funeral. New members are always welcome.
Queen of Peace provides a luncheon and helps to plan the funeral. If you are interested in helping with this very worthwhile project please contact the Parish office.
Bible study for the week of March 18th will present a study of "The Last Supper and The Lost Tribes of Israel" a presentation produced by Dr. Brant Pitre.
All Christians believe that Jesus fulfilled the prophecies of the Old Testament in himself. Yet one of the most frequent prophecies in the Bible is that God would one day bring the "lost ten tribes" of Israel back home to the promised land. So how is this accomplished? Are the ten tribes still lost, or did Jesus fulfill this prophecy too? In this Bible Study, Dr. Pitre takes something very familiar to Christians--the Last Supper--and ties it to something very mysterious--the return of the Lost Tribes of Israel.
In this set, Dr. Pitre will answer questions such as:
- How were the Ten Tribes of Israel "lost"? Where did they go?
- Where do the biblical prophets foretell the return of the lost tribes?
- Are Christian fundamentalists right to expect that Jesus will only gather the lost tribes at the so-called Rapture?
- Why did Jesus choose Twelve disciples? And why did he tell them they would "sit on thrones judging the twelve tribes" of Israel, "when only two tribes were left?
- How were Jesus' feedings of the 5,000 and 4,000 tied to the return of the lost tribes?
- How is the Last Supper the key to Jesus' fulfillment of this prophecy?
It all takes place in St. Isidore center this Tuesday at 7 pm and the same on Thursday morning 9 am. Everyone is welcome including the public. No previous experience needed nor is there any costs. Just come and enjoy!
Call Deacon Mike, (513)867-1832, with any questions.
The Queen of Peace Blood Bank is a service for our entire parish membership, their families and in-laws. The Blood Bank is in existence for and supported by parish members who donate blood throughout the year. New donors are always needed. Anyone requiring blood for any reason - illness, surgery or an accident - is eligible at no charge.
If you have a need for blood, wish to donate, or would like more information, contact our blood bank parish coordinator, Laura Herold, at (513)894-2462.
Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP)
Chris Renews His Parish is a weekend-long women's retreat held here at Queen of Peace Parish. Call Barb Davis at (513)868-9272 for more information.
For more information please contact:
Communion to the Sick & Shut-In
Communion distributors visit the sick and shut-in members of the parish to bring them Holy Communion. Anyone who would like to receive a visit, or is interested in assisting with this ministry should call the parish office.
|Jack Geyer||(513)868-9771||Westover & Golden Years|
|Roy Rhoten||(513)894-3762||Hospice & Ft. Hamilton Hospital|
|Al Schneider||(513)844-6121||Hospice & Ft. Hamilton Hospital|
Divine Mercy and the Apostolate for the Dying
We have recently formed a new group in our parish called The Apostolate for the Dying who have made a commitment to pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy each day at/or as close as possible to, the 3 O'clock Hour of Mercy for those who are sick and who may die that day. If you know of anyone who needs our prayers, or if you would like to join us in this beautiful work of mercy, please contact Myrna Heister at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail or send a text message to 562-0249. We are also willing to visit the bedside of anyone who is in need of prayer at the request of the family.
Queen of Peace Men’s Group meets every Tuesday morning from 5:30-6:30 am and every 3rd Saturday of the month from 7:30am to 8:30am in St. Isidore Hall. Join us for relaxing camaraderie, coffee, and donuts while we pray and discuss the Sunday scripture readings. Your spouses especially will be glad you did! (Ask them!)
Prayer Blanket Ministry
The Prayer Blanket Ministry makes available a small blessed blanket for those who are seriously ill. Blankets are traditionally associated with warmth, comfort, and security. The prayer blanket is meant to symbolize the coveing of the sick person with prayer and caring of the community. If you are interested in being a part of this ministry or know someone in need of a blanket , contact the parish office at 863-4344. Talents are needed in sewing, knitting, crocheting, knotting, and praying.
The Hotline is a network of several telephone chains and e-mail that pass prayer requests from person to person. Each member prays for those requests in his/her own way and time. We have morning groups that receive telephone requests starting at 9:00AM. We have evening groups who receive their telephone requests around 6:00PM. Members on the hotline can expect to receive requests four or five times a week. Requests do not go out over the weekend unless there is an emergency. The hotline is such a comfort to people confronted with illness, injuries from accidents, or other problems. Just a brief description along with a name (first name with optional last name) is fine. If your request is personal, it can be called a "special intention."
May we pray for you? If you or someone you know has a need, prayer power is waiting through the Queen of Peace Prayer Hotline. Call Connie Ehrnschwender, (513)887-6449, or e-mail email@example.com to submit your requests or to become a member.
Respect For Life
Parishioners have been involved in Pro-Life activities for many years. the group meets on an as-needed basis.
For information, call Mike Mignery, (513)867-1832.
Queen of Peace singles group is open to all senior singles(Men & Women). For more information call at Barb Huber 844-1428.
Social Justice Committee
The focus of this group is on helping the poor and marginalized in society, in the diocese, state, nation, and the world. They meet in Urbain Hall at 7:00pm on the second Monday of the month.
Since 1860 people of all faiths have made the pilgrimage to Mt Adams to Pray the Steps at Holy Cross - Immaculata on every Good Friday. Members of the Social Justice Committee will again taking advantage of this very moving and spiritual event on Friday, March 30, 2018. Many families and other groups have made this day an annual event. Please come and join us.
Queen of Peace homeschoolers and Men's Group
have taken many of the Serve City dates. If you are
interested in assisting Social Justice Committee
members with serving or preparing for the residents of
Serve City, the remaining dates for 2018 Serve City
Wednesdays: April 18 and August 29 Saturdays: March 31, June 30, September 29, and December 29
Any parishioner interested in learning more about this group or joining is welcome to attend one of the meetings or contact one of the following members:
St. Isidore's Group
The St. Isidore's Group is made up of parishioners who volunteer to care for our beautiful Parish grounds throughout the Spring, Summer and Fall seasons. Individuals, couples, and families "adopt" a small segment of the Parish landscaped areas and maintain them at their convenience throughout the growing season. This includes the planting of annual flowers, edging, trimming, weeding, watering etc. The grounds are divided into about twenty "areas". This keeps the amount of effort manageable so that no one family, individual or team of individuals has to put in more than one hour per week (on average) in caring for the area they adopt.
We have a terrific group of individuals and families participating in this effort. There is always a lot to do and we can always use a few more willing hands. So please join us and share a bit of your time and talent to keep the Queen of Peace Property as beautiful as it can possibly be. For more information contact Ray or Judy Arlinghaus at (513)863-4831.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
The St. Vincent de Paul Society is an international Catholic organization of lay persons founded in 1833 by Frederick Ozanman. Under the patronage of St. Vincent de Paul, the society derives its inspiration from his thinking and work. It seeks to work in a spirit of justice and charity, and by person-to-person involvement of its members, to help those in need. This is not just a men's society as the history indicates. Women and men serve those in need, including visits to the hospitalized, shut-in and residents in nursing homes; those who have low income or no income, or are in need of help.
Please help in providing and distributing food, clothing, shelter, love and concern for less fortunate families. Contact one of the following:
|Al Schneider - President||(513)844-6121|
|Charlie Holmes - Vice President||(513)524-1285|
|Barb Huber - Treasurer||(513)844-1428|
|Beth Bulach- Secretary||(513)868-6865|
|Gary & Donna Trudel||(513)868-7250|
Stewardship is an important part of being an active member of our Parish Community.It promotes practices that ensure grateful acceptance, care, and use of all God’s gifts to individuals and institutions within our community. The committee initiates ideas and resources to accelerate and grow the overall understanding of stewardship as a way of life, as a response to the baptismal call to serve.
The Stewardship Committee consists of:
|Bob Young - Chairman||(513)863-3556|
Young At Heart - Senior Group
Young at Heart members meet for lunch regularly on the third Monday of each month. The location changes from month to month. During November and December, we meet on the second Monday of each month. Even the Snowbirds attempt to arrange a meeting while some of the members are in Florida during the winter months.
Contact Nick Hensler at (513)868-2481 for information.