South Clermont Catholic Region is warm, welcoming, active, and involved. We provide a wide variety of ministries for you to explore. Be a vibrant member of the South Clermont Catholic Region!
South Clermont Catholic Region, the pastoral region of St. Mary, St. Peter, St. Thomas More and St. Bernadette welcomes you whether you are a visitor or a parishioner! We invite you to join our parish family as we sing God’s praises, listen to His Word, and go out into our neighborhoods to share His joy.
As a Catholic parish community of faith, the Mass is central to our lives.
Come early to Mass and/or remain after Mass to spend more time with our Lord.
Fish Fry Fridays At Our Stella Maris Parishes
Lenten Fish Fry Fridays In Our Family – 2/16 Through 3/22/24:
St. Bernadette Church (Amelia): 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM
St. Thomas More Church (Withamsville): 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM
St. Peter (New Richmond): 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
St. Mary Church (Bethel): 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Parishes in the archdiocese will be grouped into new Families of Parishes.
St. Mary and St. Peter are scheduled to merge with St. Bernadette (Amelia) and St. Thomas More (Withamsville) on July 1st. Our new Family of Parishes will share four Priests – one Pastor, two Parochial Vicars and one Weekend Associate.
Who, before ascending into heaven, did promise to send the Holy Spirit to finish Your work in the souls of Your Apostles and Disciples, deign to grant the same Holy Spirit to me that He may perfect in my soul, the work of Your grace and Your love.
Grant me the Spirit of Wisdom that I may despise the perishable things of this world and aspire only after the things that are eternal, the Spirit of Understanding to enlighten my mind with the light of Your divine truth, the Spirit of Counsel that I may ever choose the surest way of pleasing God and gaining heaven, the Spirit of Fortitude that I may bear my cross with You and that I may overcome with courage all the obstacles that oppose my salvation, the Spirit of Knowledge that I may know God and know myself and grow perfect in the science of the Saints, the Spirit of Piety that I may find the service of God sweet and amiable, and the Spirit of Fear that I may be filled with a loving reverence towards God and may dread in any way to displease Him.
Mark me, dear Lord, with the sign of Your true disciples and animate me in all things with Your Spirit.
Mass Schedule Sunday 10:30 am Tuesday 8:30 am Thursday 8:30 am
Holy Day Masses: Please call the office or see the inside of the bulletin.
Confession Schedule Weekly on Thursday from 6-7 pm with Eucharistic Adoration Otherwise by appointment
Eucharistic Adoration Weekly on Thursday 6-7 pm
Group Rosary After Weekday 8:30 am Masses and at 10:00 am on Sunday.
Mass Schedule Saturday 5 pm Sunday 8:30 am Friday 8:30 am
Please call the office or see the inside of the bulletin.
Eucharistic Adoration Weekly on Monday 6-7 pm Otherwise by appointment.
Mass Schedule Saturday 8:15 am Sunday 9 am and 11 am Monday 8:15 am Tuesday 8:15 am Wednesday 8:15 am Thursday 7 pm Friday 8:15 am
Confession Schedule Thursday 5:30 – 6:30 pm Saturday 9 – 10 am Otherwise by appointment
Eucharistic Adoration First Friday of the month 7 pm
St. Thomas More
Mass Schedule Saturday 4 pm Sunday 8 am and 10 am Tuesday 8:30 am Wednesday 8:30 am Thursday 8:30 am Friday 8:30 am
Confession Schedule Saturday 3 – 3:40 pm Otherwise by appointment
Eucharistic Adoration Weekly on Friday 9:30 am – 3:30 pm During Lent until 7:30 pm
Group Rosary After Weekday 8:30 am Masses and Monthly on Third Wednesday 6:30 pm
No one denies what everyone knows, for nature herself teaches it: that God is the Creator of the universe, and that it is good, and that it belongs to humanity by the free gift of its Creator. But there is a vast difference between the corrupted state and the state of primal purity, just as there is a vast difference between Creator and the corruptor. … We ourselves, though we’re guilty of every sin, are not just a work of God: we’re image. Yet we have cut ourselves off from our Creator in both soul and body. Did we get eyes to serve lust, the tongue to speak evil, ears to hear evil, a throat for gluttony, a stomach to be gluttony’s ally, hands to do violence, genitals for unchaste excesses, feet for an erring life? Was the soul put in the body to think up traps, fraud, and injustice? I don’t think so.