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Lifelong Learners

     The University of Dayton Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (UDOLLI) is accepting registrations for its Winter Program. The program begins January 17 and offers over 79 seminars with no exams, grades or formal education required. A single registration fee of $80 entitles you to register for as many of the seminars as you wish. To read our catalog online, visit http://go.udayton.edu/udolli.  For more information or to be added to our mailing list please call the Office of Special Programs and Continuing Education at 937-229-2347.

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MARIA STEIN SHRINE ST. DYMPHNA
MENTAL HEALTH PRAYER SERVICE JANUARY 22 AT 2:00 p.m.
THE MARIA STEIN SHRINE ADORATION CHAPEL

      The winter months can be hard for many people, this service is for all those who battle or are praying for those with anxiety, depression, and mental health issues. We invite everyone to join us as we pray for the intercession of St. Dymphna, the patron saint of mental health. This service, which will be held in the Adoration Chapel, will include scripture, prayer, reflection, and veneration of the St. Dymphna relic. Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics is located at 2291 St. Johns Road in Maria Stein, Ohio.

 

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Note from St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store

      The St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store at 945 S, Edwin C. Moses Blvd. is hiring for dozens of positions: sorter, sales associate, non-CDL drivers, and managers. These are benefit-eligible full- and part-time positions that pay $15 to $20 per hour plus incentives. The work supports our St. Vincent de Paul ministries in our parish and throughout the region. Apply in-person 10a – 5p Monday through Friday or email Paula Cosby at cosby@stvincentdayton.org

Thanks for your help!
Michael Vanderburgh

 

ST. AUGUSTINE PARISH NEWS

ST. AUGUSTINE SVDP REPORT

 The St. Vincent De Paul St. Augustine Conference provided help to 5 families during the 3rd quarter of 2021. Donations supported these families in the following ways:

• $300 for Rent
• $430 for Utilities

Parish donations along with donations from the Germantown Lions, Senior Citizens Center, and Kroger Community Rewards Program has allowed this conference to continue our mission of assisting neighbors in need. Many thanks for your continued monetary support and prayers to help the St. Vincent De Paul Society help others in our Germantown/Farmersville/New Lebanon community.
If anyone who is not participating in the Kroger Community Rewards program is interested in signing up, please contact Barb Maichle for additional information.

 

ST. AUGUSTINE PARISH NEWS

Please keep in your prayers our shut-ins: Toni Moore, Renee’ Raisch, Don Hoog and Ray Metzger.

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“Mary in Miniature: Books of Hours in the Marian Library’s Collection”

“Mary in Miniature: Books of Hours in the Marian Library’s Collection” This Library exhibit has been recreated as an online exhibit. Books of Hours – devotional books centered on a series of prayers to the Virgin Mary – were the best-selling book in Europe for over 300 years, from 1250 to 1550. This exhibit highlights Books of Hours in the Marian Library’s collection – their art, their text and their unique (and sometimes unusual) features. Books of Hours, also called horae, not only contain artistic masterpieces in miniature, but also provide a window into the religious and social lives and customs of their medieval readers To connect to the exhibit, visit http://udayton.edu/marianlibrary.

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DIVORCE SUPPORT MINISTRIES

Divorced? Separated? We can help! There are two excellent Catholic-Sponsored divorce support groups in the local area to help you heal from this life trauma. Both programs provide a warm, caring environment led by people who understand what you are going through. Learn practical information and gain hope for your future. You should not have to feel isolated or cut off from the Catholic Church.

 

Get Inspired! Listen to “Good News Today”

Father Jim Willig’s Gospel teachings every Sunday on Sacred Heart Radio at 7:30 and 9:30 am. Sacred Heart Radio broadcasts in Greater Cincinnati on 740AM, Hamilton on 89.5FM, and Dayton on 910AM. Also listen anytime on Heart to Heart’s website: http://www.heartoheart.org.

 

 

LAY CATHOLIC STUDIES

The Athenaeum of Ohio Lay Pastoral Ministry Program is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and offers lay Catholics the opportunity to grow in faith, knowledge and skills in order to serve families, communities and the Church more effectively. Since 1975, the LPMP has equipped ordinary Catholics to accomplish extraordinary things in the name of Christ. Weeknight and Saturday classes fit into busy adult schedules, allowing participants to maintain job, family and community commitments while answering a call to deeper discipleship. Classes count toward catechist certification and serve as a prerequisite for application to the permanent diaconate formation. Interviews are now underway for fall classes at the main campus and Good Shepherd in Montgomery. We are offering a 25% lay tuition discount this year. Call 513-231-1200 for information or to set up an interview.

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NOTRE DAME MISSION VOLUNTEERS

Serve a year with Notre Dame AmeriCorps in Dayton! NDA Dayton members give a year of service at a local school, park or non-profit and receive a stipend and an education award. Gain valuable skills while serving your community! For more information and to apply, visit: https://serviceyear.org/ndmva/notre-dame-americorps-member/QbPGx2/
email http://dayton@ndmva.org.

 

POPE FRANCIS CALLS US ALL TO
“MISSIONARY DISCIPLESHIP”.

The Lay Pastoral Ministry Program can equip you to respond with a “Yes!” The LPMP is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and helps lay men and women grow in faith, discern and develop gifts for ministry and gain the knowledge and confidence needed to serve families, communities and parishes more effectively. Evening and Saturday courses in scripture, doctrine, morality, evangelization and liturgy fit into a busy adult schedule. Interviews are now ongoing for graduate and non degree classes beginning in August. Cincinnati locations include the main campus in Mt. Washington and Good Shepherd in Montgomery. All lay students will receive a 25% tuition reduction this year. Call 513-231-1200 for information or to schedule an appointment.

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WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU

Do you have a passion to care for the elderly? The Little Sisters of the Poor, a nursing home that provides care to the elderly poor, is looking for people to join the family. Nurses and STNA’s are in need to help continue the Sisters’ mission to care for the elderly poor. Please contact the HR department:  hrcincinnati@littlesistersofthepoor.org or (513)281-8001 ext. 127.

 ARCHDIOCESAN LAY PASTORAL
MINISTRY PROGRAM

Have you ever said, “Someone should start a Scripture Study group in our parish?” Or, “We have a lot of elderly, housebound parishioners. Someone should organize a visitation team?” Well, you are right! Someone should. Maybe that someone is you. The Archdiocesan Lay Pastoral Ministry Program has been educating and forming lay men and women just like you for service to their parishes, schools and communities since 1975. We offer a non-degreed Certificate in Ministry, spiritual and pastoral formation and the opportunity to grow in faith, knowledge and skills. Saturday classes, flexible components and a great support system allow busy adults to maintain work and family commitments while preparing for new opportunities. Classes are available in 2018-19 at Sacred Heart of Jesus in McCartyville. Contact Deacon Hal Belcher at 419-305-5486 or  hbelcher001@woh.rr.com for more information or to set up a personal interview. You too, go into my vineyard

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TUTORING PROGRAM
AT INCARNATION CHURCH

Volunteer members of Incarnation Church, in Centerville, are offering English as a Second Language (ESL) classes every Saturday morning from 10:30am-12:00pm in the Parish Center (behind the church on the south end of the school). This free outreach program accommodates all nationalities and faiths, and is designed to help students learn better English skills. We provide individualized instruction specific to the needs of our participants, and are welcoming new students at this time. For more information, or to join the ESL program, please call Barbara at 937-433-1660, or Roberta at 937-435-5756. TIME IS RUNNING

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ST. BENEDICT THE MOOR SCHOOL

Open enrollment is going on at St. Benedict the Moor Catholic School for the 2020-2021 Academic Year. Interested people should visit the campus at 138 Gramont Avenue, or call at 937-268-6697.

 

 NEW GROUP WELCOMES
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Shine Dayton would like to invite you to learn more about our organization. We are a group of young professionals committed to advocating for the compassionate works of Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley through the engagement and empowerment of individuals. For more information on becoming a member or to join us at an upcoming event, email shine.dayton@gmail.com or visit us at http://www.cssmv.org/giving/shinedayton or http://www.facebook.com/shinedayton.

 GUIDELINES FOR ARCHDIOCESAN

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Needs-based grants from both the endowed and expendable funds will be available for students attending grades Kindergarten through 12 in Catholic schools in our archdiocese. Approximately 80% of the tuition assistance funds available annually will aid Catholic School students in grades Kindergarten through 8th Grade. To apply for assistance please go to https://factsmgt.com/services/grant-aid-assessment Approximately 20% of the tuition assistance funds available annually will aid Catholic School high school students. To apply for high school tuition assistance, contact your high school directly for more information. Log on to http://go.udayton.edu/manger for more information. Know Mary Better: Learn more about the Blessed Virgin Mary