Serving the Catholic Community of Fayette County since 1866

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If you are new to the area or have recently begun attending Masses at Saint Colman of Cloyne, please contact the parish office to register. If you have school-aged children, ask about getting them registered in Saint Colman's Religious Education program.

If you are not Catholic, or if you would like to know more about the Catholic Faith, please join us Tuesday afternoons at 4 p.m. in the Parish Center Conference Room for RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults).

News and Events

Bishop's Annual Appeal

We are at 136.33% of our goal of $23,649! As of July 7 we have received $32,240 in gifts & pledges. Remember, any amount donated which exceeds our target is returned to our parish. Pledge envelopes are available in the back of church and in the church office. For more information on this year's theme, "Christ the Sure Foundation", or to make a pledge online, visit the Columbus Diocese's website for the Bishop's Annual Appeal. Thank you for your continued generosity to Saint Colman of Cloyne!

Attention Kroger Shoppers!

It's time to Re-enroll in in the Kroger Community Rewards program. This is an easy, fantastic fund-raiser for Saint Colman, and we are asking for your continued support. Click here for instructions.

Low Gluten Hosts Available

Made from wheat starch and water, the gluten content of these breads is less than 0.01%. The Church is aware that any amount of gluten is harmful for some persons, so it is strongly recommended that individuals consult their physicians to determine the suitability of this low-gluten bread. If it is determined that a person can ingest this bread safely, please contact Fr. Rogers or one of the sacristans prior to the beginning of Mass and hosts shall be consecrated for consumption in a separate pyx to avoid contact with the regular wheat hosts. The priest presiding will be responsible for distributing the low-gluten host. If you have any questions, please contact Fr. Rogers at the parish office.

Mass Intentions

When was the last time you had a Mass offered? Mass may be offered in thanksgiving, in honor of a favorite saint, or to celebrate an anniversary or birthday of a living family member, friend or loved one. When was the last time you remembered a deceased loved one with Mass offered in their memory, and for the repose of their soul? These are truly Catholic practices which acknowledge the efficacy of the Mass as the greatest of all prayers and as a participation in the sacrifice of Christ on the cross for the salvation of the world. Consider giving a gift which has eternal effect. Have Mass offered. We have an immediate need for daily Mass intentions.

Religious Ed Scholarship Fund

The Finance Committee has decided to start a scholarship fund for Religious Education to enable our children to participate in any opportunity regardless of ability to pay. This fund would help pay PSR tuition as well as to help pay fees associated with youth rallies or other field trip events. The National Catholic Youth Conference will be this November, and will cost each attendee in excess of $500. This opportunity is too important to miss due to lack of financial resources. Please consider donating to this important fund. We will have a special collection periodically, but if you would like to give now, please mark your check or envelope "Scholarship Fund" and place it in the offering basket, or mail it to or bring it in to the parish office. Thank you for your support of our youth!

Respect for Rights of Conscience

Despite the declaration from local news sources that everything has been worked out between people of faith, those who believe in the First Amendment and the administration's mandates affecting certain aspects of health care, it has not. Please visit the USCCB website to remain informed. Do not rely on popular media alone. Our bishops continue to encourage us to write and call our representatives. There is a sample letter available on the website – it may also be emailed, but phone calls and letters are more effective.

If you click here and type in your zip code, it will give you information on how to contact your representative. If you click here, you will be given the addresses, phone numbers, and emails of our senators. Please take part in this effort.

Kroger Community Rewards

It's easy to enroll/re-enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards program. Visit: www.krogercommunityrewards.com. From there you can sign up for a new Kroger.com account or re-enroll by clicking on "Sign In" and editing your Community Rewards Program. Please note that once you have a Kroger.com account, you need to register your Kroger Plus card number to benefit Saint Colman Catholic Church (81551).

If you have questions or do not have access to a computer, stop by or call the parish office for help (614.335.5000).

Community Cash is Back

The cash back program at Community Markets is again being offered! Save your register tapes. A box is in the back of church to collect your them. Saint Colman will receive 1% cash back from your purchases. It's that easy!

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Saint Colman

219 S. North Street
Washington Court House, Ohio 43160-2250
740.335.5000

Parish Office Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00 a.m. – Noon
1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil

5:00 p.m.

Sunday Morning

9:00 a.m.

Monday – Thursday

8:30 a.m.

Holy Days

Vigil 7:00 p.m.

8:30 a.m.

Confession

Saturday

4:00 – 4:30 p.m.

Knights of Columbus

First Thursday of the month

7:00 p.m.

Pray the Rosary

Tuesday

7:30 p.m.

Wednesday

11:00 a.m.


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