Mass Intentions for October through December 2021.

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We will be taking Mass intention requests electronically through forms on the website for Masses in October, November and December 2021.  The Mass Intentions form will go live on Monday, July 12 at 10 a.m. on our website at  We will only be taking requests for October, November and December 2021 at this time.

In order to fairly accommodate all Mass Intentions requested, we ask that you request no more than two (2) Mass intentions per family per quarter and only one Mass intention per month.

*Because of COVID-19, Mass times may change.  You are only requesting a date for Mass intentions. There is no option to select a time for a Mass. If the date you request is not available, the Mass will be assigned on the closest available date.


SPiCE Get Moving Summer Fitness

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The “Get Moving” SPiCE fitness program is returning this summer to help children socialize, get moving and get into shape!
Students can participate in two different sessions. One session will take place from June 15-24, 2021 meeting twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30-8. The second session will take place from July 13-22, 2021 meeting twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9-10:30.
Sign ups for each session will take place two weeks before the start of each session.
All incoming 1st-4th grade students in St. Brigid School and parish are welcome to participate. The program will be especially sensitive to kids with special needs.
The following forms must be completed and turned in at your child’s first session:
  1. Medical Form
  2. Consent Form


Mission Collection: Apostles of Divine Charity

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St. Brigid Parish will be holding a second collection for the Mission Cooperation Plan (MCP) for the Diocese of Columbus on the weekend of June 12 and 13. The MCP gives parishioners an opportunity to learn about missions at home and abroad and an opportunity to financially assist the mission organizations in their efforts to spread the Gospel.
Please click here to take a moment to read about the Apostles of Divine Charity, a Religious Association founded in the Catholic Diocese of Obala, Cameroon in Central Africa. Fr. Ernest Ukwueze will share information about this missionary diocese the weekend of June 12 and 13, at St. Brigid. Please be generous in this mission appeal.
Text giving will also be available for this mission appeal. To give, please text MISSION to 614-763-1963. Text giving is now open for donations and will close on June 14.

Celebrating High School Seniors – Class of 2021

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Watch the video above to celebrate our St. Brigid of Kildare high school seniors!

How are we celebrating in person?
Parents and high school graduates are invited to attend our Catholic in College Night on Wednesday, June 9 from 7:15-8:30 PM. Current college students from Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati will be present to share about finding balance, owning our faith, and continuing to grow as an intentional disciple during college. These college students will also respond to questions parents or high school graduates have about the transition to college and more! Graduation gifts will be provided for the high school graduates in attendance, so RSVP is required.

If you have not RSVPed and hope to attend, please email Laura Ginikos at by Friday, June 4.


Church Updates – May 17, 2021

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As our state and country begin to move back to normal, the Catholic Conference of Ohio has announced that the dispensation from the obligation to attend Holy Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation will be lifted beginning the weekend of June 5-6, 2021. Please click here to read the details of their letter.
Beginning May 22-23, we will begin moving our church building back to full capacity, with seating in every pew. We will keep a reserved section on the baptismal font side of the church for those that wish to maintain social distancing. We will also continue our livestream of Masses for those who do not feel comfortable worshipping in person.
We will also begin phasing back in lectors and eucharistic ministers, as well as congregational singing.
Bishop Brennan has asked us to continue to observe precautions including restricting the Sign of Peace, Holy Water in the fonts, and the distribution of the Precious Blood at Mass.
We will continue to follow all state guidelines regarding masking until they expire on June 2, 2021.
Thank you for your continued patience, support, care, and concern during this pandemic. We will continue to pray for those affected by the coronavirus.
Sincerely in Christ,
Monsignor Hendricks

Church Updates May 1, 2021

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Click here to view a video message from Monsignor Hendricks’s regarding the changes going into place May 1, 2021.
As we continue to monitor the changing environment caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, we are announcing the following changes that will take place beginning May 1, 2021:
  • Seating in the church will be open in every other pew (rather than every third pew as it is currently).
  • The church will be open for private prayer in the main sanctuary from 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday – Friday. The tabernacle will remain in the main sanctuary.
  • There will be one cantor stationed in the choir loft, surrounded by a plexiglass barrier.
  • Our Baptism, Wedding and Funeral guidelines are being updated and the most recent versions will be available on the virtual resources webpage here.
Our protocols that will remain unchanged include:
  • Mass times remain the same (M-F 9:00 AM, Sat 5:00 PM, Sun 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM).
  • Masks are required to be worn at all times in the church.
  • Communion will be offered at the conclusion of Mass, as you exit the building.
  • The chapel and cry room remain closed (due to recommendations based on their ventilation systems and size).
  • Hand sanitizing stations are available upon entering the church (please use when you enter the church).
  • The church is cleaned daily following CDC guidelines.
  • Please do not enter any of the parish buildings if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
  • We will continue our daily livestream Masses available on our YouTube and Facebook pages.
We continue to constantly assess all of our protocols and take guidance from public health experts, local government, the Diocese of Columbus, as well as our own task force planning committee.
We appreciate your continued support and prayers as we work to provide the safest environment for our community. Please continue to keep those affected by this virus in innumerable ways in your prayers.
Sincerely in Christ,
Rev. Msgr. Joseph M. Hendricks

Bishop’s Annual Appeal 2021

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We kicked off the 2021 Bishop’s Annual Appeal April 24, 2021. The theme of the Bishop’s Annual Appeal is “Living the Joy of the Gospel,” which inspires us, as people of faith, to share joyfully the Good News of Christ to those who most need to feel His love as we continue His work on earth as faithful disciples.

Our parish’s participation in the BAA shows that we belong to the greater Church – not just our own parish, but in communion with our brothers and sisters in parishes across the Diocese of Columbus.

This year our parish share of the Appeal is $296,000. I know if we come together as a parish, we can achieve this goal. St. Brigid of Kildare Parish is able to keep any funds that exceed our goal.

We are encouraging you to consider supporting our parish goal by using the link below to make a secure pledge or gift:

Below is a video introducing the Bishop’s Annual Appeal from Rick Clemens, Parish Finance Committee member and chairperson for 2021 Bishop’s Annual Appeal.