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St. Aloysius Catholic Church

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Are you new to St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Bowling Green, Ohio? Have you just moved to BG, passing through town on vacation or visiting friends or family? No matter the reason you are welcome here at St. Aloysius.

Anointing of the Sick

Anointing of the Sick will be offered after all Masses on May 25-26. After the final song, those who would like to receive this healing sacrament should be seated in the front pews of church. This sacrament is not just for people who are dying. The sacrament of the sick is a special sacrament to pray for anyone who is seriously sick physically, mentally, or spiritually. Please encourage those you know who are sick to come and receive this sacrament.

News and Current Events

Vacation Bible School

This summer’s theme is St. Luke’s Vacation Bible School. The week-long specialized fun religious education program will be held June 17-21 from 9 a.m. to noon each day at St. Aloysius. More information and how to register your child is on the Vacation Bible School webpage. Volunteer opportunities are also available.

Eucharistic Minister Training

Come be refreshed and renewed in your current ministry or prepare to serve as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion. Formation will be held on June 8 at 6:45 p.m. following Saturday night Mass in the Davis Narthex.  This event is our continuing formation offering for every lay person who distributes Communion to our brothers and sisters in Christ either in Church or in their homes. If you want to be trained or recommissioned, you should attend this event.

Meet Fr. Tom McQuillen

Father Tom McQuillen has been appointed our next pastor. Ordained in 1996, his first assignment was as associate pastor at St. Paul, Norwalk. He then served in Binga, Zimbabwe, from 2000-2006. For the next four years,  he was also a lecturer and dean at St. Augustine’s Regional Seminary, in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He returned to the states in 2010 where he served as an associate pastor at St. Peter in Mansfield for three years.  He is currently the Dean of Men and a professor at St. Mary’s Seminary, the Athenaeum, in Cincinnati. Fr. Tom will join us July 1. Please continue to pray for all the priests and parishioners during this time of transition.

Youth News

Congratulations to Avery Lewis who won the Martin Family Scholarship for 2019-20.  Avery is graduating from Bowling Green High School will be studying pre-medicine at the University of Dayton this fall.  Avery has been very active at St. Aloysius throughout her high school years, most recently as co-chair of the Alumni Relations sub-committee of the Parish Development Committee.