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Catholic Ministries Appeal
Next weekend is Commitment Weekend for the 2015 Catholic Ministries Appeal. Your pledge makes a tremendous difference to the ministries supported by the CMA. For more information about this year’s appeal, please visit

John Roelker is Volunteer of the Year
The Little Flower Men's Society recently recognized John Roelker as its Man of the Year at its 37th annual appreciation dinner for the men of the parish. John has generously coordinated many events and projects for Little Flower Parish over the years, including assisting with festivals, coordinating baseball leagues, managing the LF Old Timers Softball team, and providing dinner for the team's Friday night home game socials. In addition, John has served as the Men's Society treasurer for the past several years. John and his wife, Vicki, continue to serve our parish and community in many ways. Congratulations, John, and thank you! 
Boy Scout Troop 83 merged with Troop 660

After over 60 years of being an active Boy Scout Troop, under the the Charter Organization here at Little Flower Church, Troop 83 has had to disband due to not having the minimum number of Scouts required to register as a Troop.  This has happened, in part, because there has not been a pool of young boys from which to recruit.  The Troop has officially started to merge with Troop 660 at St. Ann, which has been welcoming to the remaining members of Troop 83.

 We are proud that our last official meeting will be the Court of Honor for Jackson Donaldson for earning the rank of  Eagle Scout.  Jackson is one of many Eagle Scouts from Little Flower over the course of Troop 83's history.

 We are grateful to Little Flower for supporting Troop 83, over the years by being our chartering organization and for providing a facility to meet.  We also are grateful to the many adults for their Leadership and their time over our 60 years.  Many of these men participated in Scouting for many years after their own sons outgrew our Troop.

As a side note, we have appreciated those who have dropped off aluminum cans that have provided funding for activities and equipment. As of this date, we will no longer be accepting these cans. 

Thank you to all who have supported Troop 83!


“We are a community of evangelizing disciples being transformed by the Gospel in order to transform our parish, our neighborhood and our world.”

“We will do this by cultivating faith formation, participating in spirit-filled worship, fostering stewardship, and reaching out in the name of Jesus to those in need.”

Most Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About...Consecrated Life
The Year of Consecrated Life

Pope Francis has set aside November 30, 2014 through February 2, 2016 as the Year of Consecrated Life.  Our Archbishop has set the objectives for this celebration in our Archdiocese: to increase the visibility of religious life/consecrated life, to express appreciation, to highlight the joy experienced in this vocational choice, and to educate on the importance of on religious life/consecrated life to the Church.  As one means of learning more about religious life/consecrated life, our website will periodically have an educational component in the form of a question and answer. It is our hope that you will not only read the entries but discuss them your family, friends, co-workers.  And perhaps share stories about the influence of consecrated women and men in your life.

What is the meaning of the vows women and men religious make?

The vow of poverty is an invitation to simplicity. Unencumbered by worldly possessions and concerns about attaining those possessions, women and men religious can focus completely upon, and devote their entire lives, to God and serving others. In living the vow of chastity, religious remain celibate, dedicating themselves entirely to Jesus. The outward expression of that love for God, to whom a religious sister, brother or priest has dedicated her/his life, is the joyous and generous love she/he gives to all without exception. Through the vow of obedience, a Religious humbly opens herself or himself to the will of God and remains receptive to how and where God calls her/him. In making this vow, a Religious surrenders her/his own will in order to do that which is God’s will. Blessed with unique gifts and talents, each Religious remains opens to how her/his talents and skills can best serve those in need, the Church, as well as the community to which one belongs. 

More information on Consecrated Life will be posted periodically, so check back often!
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St. Therese Little Flower Parish

5560 Kirby Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio 45239

(Mt. Airy)

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Parish Office Hours

Monday - Thursday

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.


8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Precious Blood Lamb

This plaque adorned the altar at St. Richard of Chichester, which merged with Little Flower on January 19, 1992.

Mass Times

Weekend  Saturday
  4:30 p.m.
  9:00 a.m. &
11:00 a.m.
Weekday Monday-Thursday
  8:30 a.m.

Confessions    Most Saturdays 
  3:00 p.m. until finished
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