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Classroom Blessing: Fr. Len blessed each classroom for the start of the school year and beyond!
 

Our Lady of Lourdes School is a kindergarten through eight grade Catholic parochial school serving 275 boys and girls in Cincinnati, Ohio.

 

 

 

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Educate the whole person by promoting the spiritual, moral, intellectual, emotional, and physical development of each student in a value-centered environment of mutual respect. 

 

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  • “It’s not just a school, it’s a community of teachers, faculty, parents and priests; and because of this community, we think our children are much better prepared to face their next steps in life. Our decision nine years ago was a good one.” - Parent of students in grades 8, 7 and 4.

  • “Our Lady of Lourdes not only focuses on education but the staff also stresses a great moral environment which I believe has had a great influence on my children.  As my children have developed into teenagers, I believe Our Lady of Lourdes’ teaching has truly helped them make good education and good moral decisions during these tough teenage years.” - Parent of students in grade 8.

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Pop-Up Catechesis: A Walk Through the Mass—The Lord's Prayer

                                                                                                

We live in a culture that prizes independence. One of the biggest national holidays that we celebrate in the United States is, of course, Independence Day. When it comes to raising our children, we strive to prepare them to be autonomous and independent so that they can lead healthy and productive lives. In the spiritual life, however, there is no such thing as independence. Rather, the key to a healthy and thriving spiritual life is to recognize and embrace our complete dependence on God. This is made overwhelmingly obvious in the Lord’s Prayer, in which we pray seven petitions, asking God to provide for all of our most important needs. In many ways, the Lord’s Prayer is our Declaration of Dependence! In this episode of Pop-Up Catechesis, we explore the moment in the Liturgy of the Eucharist when we pray the Lord’s Prayer.