Come this Monday to the Cafeteria at 6:30pm. No experience necessary!
Christ the King Parish in the News: http://local.cincinnati.com/share/story/244830 Expressions of love by Cardinal Pacelli Students Cardinal Pacelli Students expressed love during the week of St. Valentines’ Day in more than one way this year. Mrs. Schwendeman’s second grade class began … Continue reading
On Saturday, December 10th almost 50 families came to the Parish Christmas Party in the school cafeteria for the Adopt a Family program. They brought their children, had punch and cookies, drew pictures, and visited with Santa and Mrs. Claus! All were able to … Continue reading
A wonderful Christmas celebration was held on December 13th for members and friends of the Christ the King St. Ann Sodality. An evening of caroling and and sharing a meal made for a festive and fun time!
See Article HERE: http://local.cincinnati.com/share/story/243672
THNAK YOU Fr. Pater! For many years Father Giles Pater has been an important part of the ministry team at Our Lord Christ the King Parish. He began celebrating Sunday Masses here soon after he retired as pastor of St. John Fisher parish in Newtown, and … Continue reading
We all know that bringing young children to Mass can be challenging. In the interest of helping all parishioners to fully participate in the Mass, the Christ the King Moms Group and Worship Commission are introducing “Quiet Bags” for our … Continue reading
You made it a success! Runfest 5K 2016 turned out to be a beautiful day to challenge ourselves and support Our Lord Christ the King/Cardinal Pacelli School. THANK YOU!
Congratulation to Fr. Ed Smith on the 34th anniversary of his ordination on Saturday, August 6th. We thank him for his many years of generous and faithful service to the people of God. We are so blessed that he is … Continue reading
Our Lord Christ the King parishioner Kenna Winter, a student at High Point University in North Carolina recently participated in the Semester at Sea program. Her experience was made exceptional because she met up with Fr. John Agyekum, a priest … Continue reading