MOST REVEREND DANIEL E. PILARCZYK, the retired Archbishop of Cincinnati, will join us to celebrate the Eucharistic Liturgy on Sunday July 25 at 2:30 PM in Bellarmine Chapel. Archbishop Pilarczyk teaches to the faithful with clarity and enthusiasm.
FATHER CHRIS CLAY, the Associate Pastor at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Lexington, Kentucky, will be the main celebrant for the opening Eucharistic Liturgy at the Bible Institute on Friday, July 23 at 7:30 PM. Come and be a part of this joyful celebration!
BOOK OF TOBIT
JOHN BOSCO'S YOUTH GROUP
Presentation Ministries’ young people will present the musical play, Tobit, based on the Biblical book. If you have been to one of the plays in the past, you know the talent, quality, and dedication that go into these productions.
The music is amazing and is written and produced by the very gifted Rick Nohle. The many young people who take part in the musical are talented, enthusiastic and committed to the Lord. Be sure to come and join us for this awe-inspiring production. The play will be offered Monday evening at 7:30 PM at the Seton auditorium.Buses will be available from the Xavier University.
BILL RICHART, born Catholic, a former altar boy and eucharistic minister who spent two years in seminary, has worked on an Oklahoma oil rig, as a congressional intern and as a country music disc jockey. After struggling with many of life’s difficulties, he thanks the power of the Lord for restoring his relationship with Jesus. In 1998, Bill went into ministry full time. He will be ministering at the Bible Institute on Sunday, July 25 with an evening of healing praise and will also be presenting the two-day seminar, Praise and Worship: Standing in the Glory.
FATHER ROB JACK is currently an instructor of Theology at Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary. He will be presenting the seminar, The Virgin Mary and the Recollected Heart, on Tuesday, July 27. Father Rob is an animated and compelling teacher that will enliven your relationship with Mary.
JESUS, OUR HOPE!
YOUTH PROGRAM FOR AGES 12 THROUGH 19
Get ready for an exciting day with other young people given by Father Christopher Crotty, CPM. Hear the challenge that Christ’s makes to you -- to be a part of His team that will bring hope to the hopeless and joy to the discouraged. Father Crotty, a priest of the Congregation of the Fathers of Mercy, has a full-time healing ministry, offers retreats and ministers to young people. This program is offered on Friday, July 30.
FATHER CHRISTOPHER ARMSTRONG, the Pastor of St. Antoninus Church, is a dedicated and vibrant priest. He will be the main celebrant for the Eucharistic Liturgy on Friday, July 30, at 7:30PM. We are happy to welcome him back to the Institute.
FATHER DAVID ENDRES, was ordained to the priesthood in 2009 and serves in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. In addition to teaching at Fenwick High School, he is an adjunct professor of history at Xavier University and provides pastoral ministry at St. Albert the Great Church in Kettering. He holds a doctoral degree from the School of Theology at The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. He will be a guest speaker for the seminar, "Clothed" for the Journey, on Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31. Be sure to come and hear this very personable, knowledgeable, and dedicated young priest.
Come and experience an evening completely dedicated to young adults. Bill Richart, the exciting praise and worship leader, will provide the spiritual ambience that allows the power and healing of the Holy Spirit to flow. Be a part of this amazing evening. Don’t miss this unique opportunity!
Place: Kelly Auditorium
Time: Wednesday, July 28, 7:30 PM
FATHER GEORGE SCHOMMER, OP, a Domincan priest of St. Gertrude parish in Cincinnati, Ohio will be our guest for an evening of adoration on Thursday, July 29. This time of profound worship of our Eucharistic Lord is one you won’t want to miss.
JACK AND SUE ELSAESSER, who relocated to Kodak, Tennessee recently, are being used in powerful ways by the Holy Spirit to heal in Jesus’ name. Their preaching of the Gospel has brought about many miracles. Through their ministry, many have been healed of physical, spiritual, and emotional illnesses.