News from San Antonio Church – October 18, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin October 18, 2020

by Terrie Evans

On October 18th we celebrate World Mission Sunday 2020, a day set aside where the Catholic Church throughout the world renews its commitment to the missionary movement.  It was created in 1926 by Pope Pius XI as a day of prayer for missions.  Our present Holy Father, Pope Francis calls on us to be aware of others and not just ourselves  on this one day in the year when the entire Church comes together in support of missions and to live our lives as missionary disciples.  Pope Francis stated:  “The invitation to step out of ourselves for love of God and neighbor presents itself as an opportunity for sharing, service and intercessory prayer”.   

World Mission Sunday Collections give support to priests, religious and lay pastoral leaders who not only proclaim the Gospel; but also build the church and serve the most vulnerable among us.  World Mission Sunday Collections help support 194,855 Schools, 5,246 Hospitals, 17,530 Health Clinics, 577 Leprosy Centers, and also help fund 80,560 Social and Pastoral Projects.   Pope Francis calls on all Catholics to help  fund overseas missions financially through Missio, the Holy Father’s official charity  that helps Churches that are too young or too poor to support themselves.  What will be donated on World Mission Sunday will help missionaries help struggling communities throughout the world. 

Pope Francis’ message for World Mission Sunday 2020:  “The Church continues the mission of Jesus and send us everywhere so that, through our witness and the proclamation of the Gospel, God may continue to manifest his love and transform hearts, societies and cultures.”  By supporting Missio, we play a big part in continuing to create a vibrant Catholic Church in the future. 

There is a short film created by Missio agencies from around the world that features dedicated men and women who are presently making a huge difference in the world’s poorest communities.  The film. “We Are Still Here” shows Missio and the many partners throughout our universal Church are present before, during and after a crisis.  To view the film  go to :   www.missio.org.uk/wms

News from San Antonio Church – October 11, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin October 11, 2020

by Terrie Evans

On this Sunday we commemorate the 98th Anniversary of the founding of our church.  On the 8th of October in 1922, the formal dedication of San Antonio Church took place as  a much celebrated and historic day in South Fairmount.  All of the new parishioners were happy to attend  Mass as they said prayers for all the favors bestowed upon them.  It was on this day in 1922 that Archbishop McNicholas officially placed the newly established San Antonio Church in the care of the Franciscan Order.  As we come together for Mass on this Sunday, please say a prayer of thanks in memory of those Lick Run families who fought diligently  to start their own church with the labors of the Sisters of Charity, Blandina, Justina and Euphrasia who helped them achieve their dream.  We also remember all those Franciscan Fathers and Priests who were with us through our celebrations and sorrows in the early years.  Although the are no longer with us, we feel their presence   as we look forward to our 100th year in 2022.    

Today, we also welcome  guests to our 84th Annual Spaghetti Dinner.  It is a little different this year with limited seating  and drive thru orders as a way to serve those who make this a yearly tradition with their families and friends.  There will be 4 different times to dine in with drive thru starting at 11:30 AM until 7:00 PM.  For Curbside orders call Dave Sabatelli @ 513-405-6444 and for a Dine In Reservations, call Vic Minella @ 513-520-5594.  For Drive Thru, enter on the Queen City Avenue side and exit on the White Street Side.  Adults: $10; Kids under 12: $5; Split the Pot: $5 each or 5 for $20. 

Monday, October 12th we acknowledge  Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas in 1492 and recognize the contributions of Americans of Italian descent.  Christopher Columbus  was an Italian explorer and colonizer  who, on behalf of Spain set sail across the Atlantic Ocean in search of a faster route to the Far East when he landed in the New World.  The voyage on the Spanish Ships  Santa Maria, Nina and La Pinta took 3 months  and introduced the transfer of plants, animals, culture, human populations and technology from the New World and the Old World.   The celebration of Christopher Columbus’s voyage has been recorded from as early as 1792, with  Italian Americans observing  the first Columbus Day  on October 12, 1866 and  the first Columbus Day Parade in  San Francisco in 1869.  Since 1989, October has been marked as Italian American Heritage Month and over the past 31 years, many honor their Italian Roots and the struggles their family members endured that connects their past with the future.  

News from San Antonio Church – October 4, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin October 4, 2020

by Terrie Evans

During the month of October, the Catholic Church celebrates “Respect Life Month” and on this Sunday we observe “Respect Life Sunday”.  The theme for “Respect Life Month” for 2020-2021 is for all of us to “Live the Gospel of Life” as we are called to reflect on every human life.  The theme explores how Jesus becoming a man and redeeming us through his humanity reveals the dignity of all human life and how the Gospel of life is therefore essential to our identity as followers of Christ.  As Catholics we are called to protect and defend the most vulnerable in our society throughout a persons life from conception to their final day.  Pope Francis states:  “We are called to show mercy because mercy has first been shown to us”. 

Around the United  States and in Canada, many “Life Chains” will be formed to hold a peaceful and prayerful way to stand for one hour as they pray to end abortion.  Thousands will take part in this tradition as multiple churches come together to pray.  In Ohio, there will be one held in  in Dayton, Ohio and one of the largest “Life Chains” will take place on “Respect Life Sunday” in Lake Ridge, Virginia with the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton “Life Chain” from 2:30-3:30 PM on this Sunday.

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati (Founded on June 19, 1821) has a Respect Life Fund that supports over 100 life giving organizations.  Since 1973, the Archdiocese Pastoral Council established an annual collection for the life sustaining organizations within the 19 counties  of the Archdiocese.  All of the generous donations of parishioners goes directly to assisting much needed organizations such as  the Healthy Beginnings/Pregnancy Center West.  All monies collected are forwarded to the Chancery Office and are designated  for the Respect-Life Collection.  As you make your donation, please consider the work and dedication of the Respect Life Ministries  who help individuals make informed Respect-Life decisions. 

San Antonio Church will celebrate our 98th Anniversary next week, October 11th and also the 84th Annual Spaghetti Dinner with Dine In and Carry Out.  For details on the weekend event please call Victor Minella at 513-520-5594 or Dave Sabatelli at 513-405-6444.

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News from San Antonio Church – September 27, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin September 27, 2020

by Terrie Evans

As we plan the final stages of our  84th Annual Spaghetti Dinner, remember the history of our church with Fr. Joseph Klein  directing the newly formed Choir to sponsor the 1st Spaghetti Dinner in 1936.  In previous years, our Festival was the big event and highlight of the West Side.  The dinner was held in our first church building at 1946 Queen City Ave. with many of the parishioners making the meatballs, sauce and pasta in their own kitchens and ferrying the food to the church for the big event.  By 1939, San Antonio Church was relocated to a temporary building at 1928 Queen City Avenue and the dinners were held there.  It was during that year plans were being made to establish a forever church with all that would be needed to host successful annual fundraising events to  help sustain the expenses of operating our church.  Our new building was completed and dedicated on December 1, 1940.  It had everything needed for the parish families to celebrate the Sacraments, hold  monthly meeting, and other events in our new church hall.  This year we celebrate our 80th year (1940-2020) of hosting the dinner in our current church hall; the place many of our grandparents and  devoted family members cooked and served all those delicious dinners.     

This year we have gotten the go ahead to have the dinner and serve all our many guests who look forward to this yearly event.  We will have Dine In and also Drive Thru on Sunday October 11th from 11:30 AM-7:00 PM.   This year when you purchase a ticket, reservations will be required for Dine In and when ordering multiple orders for Drive Thru (take out).  The tickets for the dinner are $10.00 for ADULTS and $5.00 for CHILDREN 12 and under.  Please contact Dave Sabatelli (513-405-6444) to schedule a time for Drive Thru orders anytime from 11:30 AM-6:00 PM.  Dine In will be by reservations only by calling Victor Minella at( 513-520-5594) for the 4 limited seating’s from 11:30 AM-1:00 PM, 1:30 PM-3:00 PM, 3:30 PM-5:00 PM, and 5:30 PM-7:00 PM.   Desserts will be offered for Dine In and Carry Out, so please see CONNIE DALESSANDRO to volunteer on a sign-up sheet to bake one of your special desserts that will be served on that Sunday. 

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News from San Antonio Church – September 20, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin September 20, 2020

by Terrie Evans

Many generations of San Antonio Parishioners have always held a special place in their hearts for the Sisters of Charity.  We all know of the special gifts of Sisters of Charity:  Blandina, Justina and Euphrasia and their dedication to all those immigrant Italians who had the desire to start their own church.  Those three nuns became part of our families as they helped them found San Antonio Church in 1922.  We have also seen a daughter of the neighborhood from the Scalia Family:  Carol Ann Brockmeyer, enter the Sisters of Charity on February 2, 1955 where she became, Sister Anthony and for a time; we were under the guidance of Sister Joseph Marian Shappelle until her passing. 

A few years ago, the Sisters of Charity asked members from our church to give testimony to the good works of Sr. Blandina Segale, Servant of God.  They have kept us informed on the process for the cause for Canonization of Sr. Blandina Segale, Servant of God; with Sr. Victoria Marie Forde giving us updates on the latest news from the Archdiocese of Albuquerque and  Rome.      

The latest news from the Sisters of Charity is of Sr. Tracy Kemme, joining their order.  Sr. Tracy is a parishioner of St. John Neumann, a graduate of Roger Bacon and the University of Dayton with a degree in psychology and Spanish.  Sr. Tracy served two years in Ecuador with the Rostro de Cristo volunteer program and  entered the Sisters of Charity in Cincinnati in 2012 and made her 1st vows in 2015.  She has worked on immigration reform and recently was the Bilingual pastoral Minister at our sister parish, Holy Family, and is presently pursuing a Master of divinity from the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. 

San Antonio Church wish to express our congratulations to Sr.Tracy Kemme who professed her perpetual vows during a Communion Service on July 25, 2020.  Before taking her vows, Sr. Tracy wrote to the Congregation saying:  “Through the ups and downs, God’s call, and my desire to respond with my whole being have deepened and intensified.  I feel joyful and free about saying “Yes” to be a Sister of Charity for life.”  When she took her vows at Mount St. Joseph Motherhouse in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception Sister Tracy spoke that she:  ”Freely and wholeheartedly commit myself for the life of God, God’s people, and all Creation as a member of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati.  To witness to the Reign of God and to make Christ’s love incarnate in the world;  I freely promise to live in the community and I vow to God:  Poverty, Consecrated celibacy and Obedience according to the constitution of the Sisters of Charity.”  Sr. Tracy will now be part of the sisters of Charity Vocation Team that ministers at local Archdiocese of Cincinnati Parishes.  Please ask God to keep her in His care as she works for the unity of His Church.

Sr. Tracy Kemme

News from San Antonio Church – September 13, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin September 13, 2020

by Terrie Evans

Our Prayer Service group is now back to regular meetings every Tuesday at 11:15 for the Rosary and Communion Service.  It is over by noon so, please consider joining  the group that consists of regulars:  Linda Kelsey, Monnie Milazzo, Mary Ann Capano , Rita Miller, Toni Minges, Mary Ann Landers, Betty Hartman, Dottie Pollard, Jeannine Bertram, Mary Weber and Ken Stoll. 

On Wednesday, September 2, 2020,  a ceremony was held at the corner of North Bend Road and I-74 to dedicate the newly installed flag pole in honor of our late parishioner the late  William (Bill) Milazzo who passed away on July 23, 2019.  Bill was a proud Navy Veteran and staunch supporter of all Military members and their families.  Bill helped establish the AMVETS Post 1988 where he once served as Commander and then went on to became a Charter member along with his wife Monnie who served as a  member of the Auxiliary.  Post 1988 conducted the ceremony along with Green Township Trustee, Tony Rosiello a Color Guard and  a bugler playing Taps.  A plaque will be installed  dedicated to Bill Milazzo  and all those Veterans from Green Township.   All of us remember Bill as a good man, husband, father and friend. 

On Tuesday, we celebrate the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, the feast that was observed in Rome before the end of the 7th Century.  It commemorates the cross used in the Crucifixion of Jesus.  The feast on September 14th of every year recalls three events:  One, the finding of the true Cross by Saint Helena.  Two, the dedication of Churches built by Constantine on the site of the Holy Sepulchre and Mount Calvary.  Three, the restoration of the True Cross to Jerusalem in AD 629 by the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius, after it had fallen into the hands of the Persian Emperor Chosroes II  the  AD 614 Sasanian conquest of Jerusalem.

The San Antonio Annual  84th  Spaghetti Dinner has been  planned for Sunday, October 11th.  We are still working out the final details on how the dine-in and carry out orders will be handled.  Dinner tickets are now on sale for $10.00 and we are now in the process of getting together the place mat for the dinner.  Price is $25.00 per ad spot and for more info; please see Harry Panaro in the Hall after Mass on Sunday.  

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News from San Antonio Church – September 6, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin September 6, 2020

by Terrie Evans

On this Sunday please keep the late Gayle Dunbar and her family members in your prayers, especially our parishioners Deanne Gardonio and Frank Perrotta. Her Funeral Mass was held on Saturday, September 5th at St. Clement Church and her interment took place at the Gate of Heaven’s Cemetery.

This Sunday we also celebrate Our Lady of Constantinople (September 8th), a much-revered Saint in Felitto, Italy, in Old Forge, Pennsylvania, and many Italian communities
throughout the United States. Our beautiful statue was the first one ordered when San Antonio Church was established in 1922 and was procured from Salerno, Italy. Our Lady of Constantinople has been venerated since 1790 with miracles attributed to her. In Felitto, it is a tradition to honor Our Lady of Constantinople with a procession where the statue will be carried to the celebratory Mass in the small chapel dedicated to her.

A Prayer to Our Lady of Constantinople: “O Mother ofGod, invincible triumphant victor over your only Sons enemies, Queen of the Angels, Consoler of the Afflicted, Advocate of the Sinners, it cannot be denied that you are pleased to show yourself always admirable and loving under the title of Constantinople, which I admire and venerate. I rejoice in graces that you have granted to those who, with faith, have invoked you under the
admirable title. I pray for the spiritual sanctity of all of us, your children: Listen and be gracious to those who turn to you, who trust in you, O Mother, and in you, O Queen,
they put their hope. Amen.”


This Monday is Labor Day, a holiday set aside to celebrate and recognize the works and contributions of all those laborers who built our great country. It became an official
federal holiday in 1894 with thirty states officially celebrating Labor Day. Promoted as a general holiday for the laboring classes, it was recommended that the event should begin with a street parade to show organized labor’s solidarity and strength. It was also seen as a
fundraiser for local unions with featured speeches by prominent labor leaders and those running for office as they kicked off their campaigns. Years ago, many school districts started the school year after Labor Day to promote an extra weekend of fun and travel. In
Minnesota, their state fair ends on Labor Day so students can start school after the holiday and still show their 4-H projects at the fair.

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News from San Antonio Church – August 30, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin August 30, 2020

by Terrie Evans

Our beloved Sr. Blandina Segale, Servant of God has been on the path to sainthood  since 2015 on the urging of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, New Mexico.  As a young girl, she wanted to be a servant of God and also serve those in need; thus she joined the Sisters of Charity.   Born  Rosa Maria Segale (1850-1941), she chose the religious name of Sister Blandina in memory of St. Blandina who was martyred in 177 during the reign of Marcus Aurelius.  St. Blandina  belonged to a group of Martyrs who were tortured and  persecuted because of their religious beliefs.  St. Blandina lived her life as a slave who had been taken into custody along with her Christian master.  At  that time, many slaves for fear of torture would testify against their masters and would tell  their  captors stories of when  a group of Christians assembled, they would commit  many unspeakable acts.  Their testimony would be sent to the Emperor about the  confessions of misconduct that was coerced out of those terrified  slaves who had served in Christian households.

They were also asked about their faith and  beliefs  and those who denied their faith were released and those who held steadfast to their Christian beliefs were executed.  In France, The Amphitheatre des Trois-Gaules (Amphitheatre of the Three Gauls) is the town’s arena where many such tortures took place.  After their sham trials were held; those who would not deny their beliefs were bound to a stake and suffered a horrible death.  Until the end, St. Blandina repeated to every question asked of her, “I am Christian, and we commit no wrongdoing .”   There is a shrine dedicated to her in France and a memorial to her at the stake where she and the other martyrs died.    

We continue to pray to  Sr. Blandina Segale, Servant of God, on her path to canonization and to ask her to intercede with the prayers of our church community.  Our parishioners are steadfast in praying for the needs of those  in need of special favors as we remember Sr. Blandina Segale.  We will always be indebted to her, her beloved older sibling, Sr. Justina ( Maria Maddalena Segale) (1846-1929) and their Order, the Sisters of Charity.  They were both laid to rest in the Sisters of Charity Cemetery in Delhi.  Sr. Blandina is in Plot Section A, Row 1, Grave 6E, Sr. Justina is located in Plot Section A, Row 2, Grave 7E.   

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News from San Antonio Church – August 23, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin

by Terrie Evans

On this Sunday, August 23rd we celebrate the feast of St. Rose of Lima, the 7th of 11 children born to Oliva and Gaspar Flores in 1586.  While growing up in Peru, she experienced a religious calling  after reading about St. Catherine of Siena and her life of penance.  This  pattern of dedicating  herself to  religious life continued  when she planned on entering the  convent.  After a 10 year struggle with her parents, her father relented and realized Rose was not destined to marry when she became a Third Order Dominican.  When she started to have visions and detailed spiritual dreams, her good friend, Brother Martin de Porres assured her they were a gift from God.  She received the Blessed Sacrament daily and lived a life of silence and seclusion while in  severe pain from arthritis and asthma.  Toward the end of her life, St. Rose cared for the sick and elderly until she became ill from a high fever and the complications of paralysis at the age of 31.    Canonized by Pope Clement X in 1671, St. Rose is considered the 1st Saint of the Americas,  the 1st Flower of America,  as the Patroness of the New World and  Patron Saint of Florists and Gardeners.  A Quote from St. Rose “ Without the burden of afflictions it is impossible to reach the height of grace.  The gift of grace increases as the struggle increases.”

We send our condolences to the Mazzeo and Grady Families on the passing of our past parishioner, Virginia Mazzeo Grady at the age of 91.  She was a staunch supporter of San Antonio Church during the 1990’s and early 2000’s  until she relocated to her daughter’s home in Springdale.  Ginny was a very dedicated volunteer as a Sacristan, a Monday morning crafter and collected donations and gift certificates for our raffles for the  Spaghetti Dinners.   She was a good friend to our Pastor Fr. Ed  Gerhardt and worked with him at the St. Bonnie’s Bingo during those years.  While she was at San Antonio,  Ginny and the late Sam Almond would set up the Altar every Saturday afternoon for our Sunday Mass.  She was also a good friend to the late Mike Urti who became her dance partner at many special events.   She leaves her children and their spouses, Eugene (Barb) Grady, Denise (Mark) Hildebrand, Anthony Grady and Theresa (Tom) Richmond, sisters Margaret Frazer and Shirley Stevens and 10 Grandchildren.  She was buried from St. Martin of Tours Parish. 

Virginia “Ginny” Mazzeo Grady

Loving mother of Eugene (Barb) Grady, Jr, Denise (Mark) Hildebrand, Anthony Grady and Theresa (Tom) Richmond, grandmother of 10, great grandmother of many, sister of Margaret Frazer and Shirley Stevens, preceded in death by her other brothers and sisters. Retired nursing assistant, long time volunteer and member of the Auxiliary at St. Francis St. George Hospital now Mercy West. Her hobbies included; dancing, volunteering at numerous local organizations such as the Fraternal Order of Police and crocheting. Proud of her Italian heritage. Died, Friday, August 7, 2020 age 91. Funeral Mass, Saturday, Aug 15, 10:30 AM, St Martin of Tours Church. Per Archdioceses regulations social distancing is expected. Masks are required. Please make donations to The Shield, 7149 Ridge Rd, Cincinnati (45237) or Cincinnati Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America, PO Box 23227, Cincinnati (45223).

News from San Antonio Church – August 16, 2020

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Weekly Bulletin

by Terrie Evans

San Antonio Church has had many great Priests who have served our very grateful congregation over these past 98 years.  Since the early years of our church,  we were considered a Franciscan Parish and had many  men from that order who guided us during that time.  The last Franciscan to serve as our Pastor  was Father Albert Senn, O.F.M.  from June 1976 until his retirement in 1986.  Fr. Albert was attached to the Province of St. John on Vine Street and during  his time at San Antonio, made many improvements to our church.  Fr. Albert worked on the expansion of our lot so we would have ample parking for our future events and was there with us when we worked very hard to keep San Antonio open  when the Archdiocese of Cincinnati was merging churches.    

Fr. Albert  came to us after many different assignments and was truly a man of many talents.  A native of Louisville, Kentucky Fr. Albert came from a family that emigrated from Germany  and operated Senn Brewing from 1874-1892.  He was born  Quintin Ferdinand Senn  on May 10, 1911 and by 1924, at  the age of 13  entered  St. Francis Seminary as a Friar Minor.  He was given the name Albert when he received the habit of the Order on August 15, 1928 and made his solemn profession on August 16, 1932, 88 years ago today.  Ordained at age 25  on June 11, 1936 he received his 1st  assignment  at Our Lady of Sorrows in Kansas City, Missouri, and as a Chaplin of the General Hospital and the County Jail from 1936-1948.  While there, he organized the “Friars Choir” in 1940  and  performed many concerts during the war years.   

In 1949 he was sent to Roger Bacon High School to teach Music and Religion before being assigned to Baton Rouge, Louisiana for 7 years (1949-1956) as Resident Chaplin at Our Lady of the Lakes Medical Center while also giving lectures and retreats for the Louisiana State Newman Club.  In 1956,  he was sent to Fort Wayne, Indiana to become the 1st Franciscan Pastor of St. Theresa Parish before going on to New Orleans as Chaplin of Holy Angels Academy, and then as Pastor and Guardian of St. Johns in Over the Rhine.  In 1963, Fr. Albert became pastor of St. Clements Church until 1972 when he was assigned  to St. Bonnies as Pastor, a Chaplin at the V. A . Hospital and the Administrator for San Antonio Church. 

A year before his passing in 1988, Fr. Albert  received an award from the Greater Cincinnati Bicentennial Commission for his contributions to the quality of life in our community.  Sadly, Fr. Albert Senn passed away on Sunday morning March 26, 1989 of a heart attack at 78 years of age.