MOST REVEREND ARCHBISHOP DENNIS SCHNURR will celebrate the Eucharistic Liturgy on Sunday July 24 at 2:30pm in Bellarmine Chapel. Appointed Archbishop of Cincinnati in 2009., he travels extensively throughout the Archdiocese as he serves his flock. Come join him for the Sunday Eucharistic Liturgy.
MOST REVEREND BISHOP JOSEPH R. BINZER will celebrate the Closing Eucharistic Liturgy on Friday, July 29th at 7:30pm in Gallagher Theater. He was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati in 2011. He is a native of Cincinnati and has served as Chancellor of the Archdiocese for several years.
FATHER ROB JACK will examine how a sound devotion to Mary is marked by a strong apostolic life. This is exemplified in the Worldwide Association of the Legion of Mary, begun by Frank Duff, whose cause for canonization is being considered by the Church.
FATHER CHRIS CLAY comes from St. Paul Parish, Lexington KY every year to celebrate the Opening Eucharistic Liturgy on Friday evening at 7:30pm on July 22.
FATHER NIBY KINNAI belongs to Carmelites of Mary Immaculate Order. He is a Parochial Vicar in the Diocese of Covington KY., and a doctoral candidate in Counseling from University of Cincinnati. He is founder of Carmel Ministries of Mary Immaculate. He will lead the Tuesday evening Healing Service.
Deacon Ralph Poyo grounds his ministry in his relationship with the Lord and the power of the Holy Spirit. He is extremely passionate about helping people experience the person of Christ in everyday life. Come to Adoration on Thursday evening to hear more. His website is www.NewEvangelizationMinistries.org.
BILL RICHART is a Catholic lay evangelist, teacher, and musician. He ministers at conferences, retreats, parishes, jails, and schools; encouraging all to grow deeper in their faith through the power of the Holy Spirit. He is teaching the Practical Evangelization course on Monday and Tuesday. He will also lead the Evening of Healing Praise on Monday evening.
ALSO, MANY GIFTED LAY PEOPLE teach at the Bible Institute. Presentation Ministries through the guidance of its founder, Father Al Lauer, has equipped lay people to use their spiritual gifts to minister to others. More than forty lay people use their spiritual gifts to teach or moderate at the Bible Institute. They model the way in which the Holy Spirit can use ordinary lay people for His service.
DAN DEMATTE will present a day long program designed to invite young people to walk the road with Christ. He is a speaker and evangelist who challenges young men and women to live a life of radical holiness – a holiness that produces saints, not mere mediocre Catholics. Dan is a Youth Minister, national speaker, retreat leader, and program director for a high adventure youth camp (Catholic Youth Summer Camp) aimed at drawing young people into the adventure of their Catholic faith. Come to the talks titled Hear the Word, Encounter the Word on a personal level, and share what you heard and go Preach the Word by your choices.
Youth Program Requirements
To ensure that all get the benefit of the seminar: An adult chaperone (21 or older) will be required for each ten teens (i.e. a youth leader bringing between 11 to 20 teens would need two adults). When you register, indicate your age and the name of your chaperone and their phone number. A separate registration form is needed for each attendee and must be signed by their chaperone and one of their parents.
We will forward to you a parental consent form that MUST BE IN OUR HANDS BY JULY 23RD. Download the Parental Consent Form
No children under 13 can be accepted. Only pre-registered persons 13-19 and their chaperones may attend the program which goes from 10am through 4pm on Friday July 29th. People will not be permitted to wander in and out of the seminar.
Prepare yourself for the Bible Institute by joining us for a special retreat at the OLG Discipleship Center in Peebles, Ohio. The Sacraments: the Living Water of Grace will be presented July 18-20th, 2016. For more information on this or other retreats at this scenic campus, call (937) 587-5464 or visit the OLG Discipleship Center webpage.