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Pastoral regions in the Miami Valley


The Archdiocese of Cincinnati plans to reorganize 230 parishes into 100 pastoral regions, each headed by an active priest. Some have already been established. Others, including Incarnation in Centerville and Ascension in Kettering, will be single-parish regions.

St. Charles (Springfield) could close and become part of St. Raphael. St. Augustine (Xenia) could close and become part of St. Brigid. St. Joseph (Hamilton) could join Queen of Peace and St. Aloysius. St. Augustine (Germantown) could join a Montgomery County group. There could be other changes.

Montgomery County

St. Mary, St. Benedict the Moor (Dayton) in effect, St. Augustine (Germantown) to be added.

Our Lady of Mercy, Queen of Martyrs, Corpus Christi (Dayton), in effect.

St. Paul, St. Rita, Precious Blood (Dayton), in effect.

Ascension (Kettering).

Immaculate Conception, St. Helen (Dayton) in effect.

Holy Trinity, St. Joseph , Emmanuel (Dayton), in effect.

Holy Angels , St. Anthony (Dayton).

Saint Francis of Assisi (Washington Twp.), Saint Charles Borromeo (Kettering).

Our Lady of Good Hope (Miamisburg), St. Henry (Miami Twp.).

St. Peter (Huber Heights), Our Lady of the Rosary (Dayton), St. Adalbert Dayton), Holy Cross (Dayton), St. Stephen (Dayton).

St. Albert the Great (Kettering).

Incarnation (Centerville).

Montgomery/Greene County

St. Luke (Beavercreek), Queen of Apostles (Dayton).

Butler/Montgomery County

Holy Family (Middletown), Our Lady of Sorrows (Monroe), Holy Name (Trenton).

Butler County

St. John (West Chester).

Saint Maximilian Kolbe (Liberty Twp.).

Sacred Heart (Fairfield), St. Ann (Hamilton).

St. Julie Billiart, St. Peter in Chains , St. Joseph (Hamilton).

Queen of Peace (Hamilton) and Saint Aloysius (Shandon) in effect.

St. Mary/Campus Ministry, Miami University (Oxford).

Clark County

St. Bernard, St. Teresa (Springfield).

St. Joseph, St. Raphael (Springfield).

Greene/Clark County

Mary Help of Christians (Fairborn), Sacred Heart (New Carlisle).

Greene County

St. Brigid (Xenia) , St. Paul (Yellow Springs).

Warren County

St. Mary (Franklin), St. Augustine(Waynesville).

Saint Susanna (Mason)

Saint Philip (Morrrow) and Saint Francis de Sales (Lebanon).

Montgomery/Miami County

St. Christopher (Vandalia), Saint John the Baptist (Tipp City).

Miami County

St. Mary (Piqua), St. Boniface (Piqua), St. Teresa (Covington).

St. Patrick (Troy), Transfiguration (West Milton).

Shelby County

St. Michael (Fort Laramie), Sts. Peter and Paul (Newport), in effect.

Sacred Heart (McCartyville), Immaculate Conception (Botkins), St. Lawrence (Rhine).

Holy Angels (Troy).

Preble County

Visitation and Saint John (New Paris), St. Mary (Camden).

Champaign County

Immaculate Conception (North Lewisburg) Sacred Heart (St. Paris), St. Mary (Urbana) , St. Michael (Mechanicsburg).

Logan County

St. Mary (Russells Point) and St. Patrick (Bellefontaine) in effect.

Miami/Darke County

Immaculate Conception (Bradford), St. Denis (Versailles), Holy Family (Frenchtown) , St. Mary (Greenville).

Shelby/Darke County

St. Remy (Russia), St. Louis (North Star), St. Nicholas (Osgood).

Source: Archdiocese of Cincinnati


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