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Letter from Bishop Brennan

Submitted by cooladmin — Fri, 05/15/2020 - 5:49 PM — Last Updated: Fri, 05/15/2020 - 5:51 PM

May 13, 2020

Dear Friends,

With the anticipation of reestablishing public worship, we must do so in a way that does not irresponsibly place the health of our people in grave danger. We are still learning a lot about the COVID-19 Coronavirus, we have seen its tragic force in the death of so many people. We pray for all those who have died these months as well as for those who mourn. We have also seen heroic efforts by those particularly in the health care field but so many others who in invisible ways have provided for our needs. We are all united in sincere gratitude for the work and the sacrifices of these people.

We also pray for and give thanks for those who have prudently guided us through these difficult times at the national, state, and local levels. In particular, we are grateful for the respect, which the state of Ohio has shown, for our religious rights and liberties. At no point have they disparaged our essential right and duty to worship Almighty God at the sacrifice of the Mass on Sunday and encounter the Risen Lord in the Eucharist. Rather, partnering with our brothers and sisters in the civil order, we prudently decided that though divine worship is an essential activity so also is the protection of the common good and the dignity of human life. The medical and public safety officials have been warning us urgently that gathered assemblies of persons was gravely dangerous to the individuals present and to the common good.

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Video Message from Father Coleman

Submitted by cooladmin — Sat, 05/02/2020 - 4:01 PM — Last Updated: Tue, 05/19/2020 - 11:05 PM

Father Coleman has made a video reflection for the parish:
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Mass Streaming at COOL and Online Bible Study

Submitted by cooladmin — Tue, 04/28/2020 - 8:07 PM — Last Updated: Fri, 05/01/2020 - 6:18 PM

The Bishops are sticking with "Social Distancing'' (see this article ) and they are hoping that the first scheduled Mass will be Pentecost, the Birthday of the Church.

In the mean time, we continue to pray for all those who have the Covid-19 disease and their families. Since so many people have asked, Father Coleman has agreed to do a live stream for us. We will post instructions here soon on how and when to get the stream.

Joanne Farrell, Our Adult Ed Director, is also going to live stream a Bible Study on Wednesday Mornings that everyone will be invited to. Details will be added here when available. Also, under the direction of our Music Director, Anne Grossman, the Praise Band will be practicing via an online Zoom meeting. If any one would like to join in, just email Anne at

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Letters from Bishop Brennan and the Bishops of Ohio

Submitted by cooladmin — Tue, 04/28/2020 - 7:46 PM — Last Updated: Tue, 04/28/2020 - 7:55 PM

(Home page readers: please click "Read more..." to see the full text of both letters.)
April 28, 2020

Letter to the Faithful from Bishop Brennan

The Lord is Risen – Happy Easter!

The Ohio Bishops met yesterday.  After consultation and a close examination of the facts determined that while it is not yet possible to begin the public celebration of Mass, we are looking at a target date of May 30/31 – Pentecost Sunday hopefully to resume our celebrations.  Each of us continues to dispense all Catholics from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass and I also dispense from the canonical obligation of Easter Duty.  During his press conference yesterday, Governor DeWine indicated that through increased and widespread testing and other means, much knowledge will emerge to allow for safer conditions for the assemblies of people.  In the meantime we will begin the gradual process in various ways.  

This week many of our priests will begin setting aside dedicated time for the Sacrament of Reconciliation on a wide basis by appointment and in places deemed to provide for safety and hygiene.  These locations will include spaces free of the need to touch surfaces such as doors or furniture, providing appropriate social distancing and privacy and limiting the number of people gathered at any one time to a bare minimum.  The locations and contact numbers for appointments will be posted on our Diocesan Website (https://columbuscatholic.org ) beginning Wednesday, April 29 so that appointments for confessions may be scheduled, and hearing confessions can begin Friday, May 1.  We will be working to make it possible in at least some of our churches for people to visit and pray during certain hours in the coming weeks.  Again, care for the continued health and safety of those who visit is paramount.   

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Tue, 04/28/2020 - 7:40 PM
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