Come Celebrate with Us!



Sunday Mass - 8:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. September thru May
Sunday Mass - 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. June thru August
5th Sunday Mass is at 10:00 a.m. ONLY
Liturgy of the Word with Communion - 8:15 a.m. Friday – Parish Center Chapel
Regional Parishes' Mass Schedules
Mass on Holy Days - please refer to the Bulletin
Holy Hour/Confessions - Thursday 7:00 p.m.


St. Anthony Parish, Madisonville
6104 Desmond Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
Parish Center/Office: (513) 271-0920
Fax: (513) 271-6630
Fr. Jamie Weber, Pastor


We Invite You to Learn More!

  • Interested in becoming CATHOLIC?
  • Are you thinking about coming back to the CHURCH?
  • Do you have questions about a SACRAMENT?

May the Church be a place of God's mercy and hope, where all feel welcomed, loved, forgiven, and encouraged to live according to the good life of the Gospel.
The church must be with doors wide open so that all may enter.

Pope Francis

St. Anthony Parish Welcomes You!

Whether you're visiting with family or friends, searching for a new parish home, or looking into the Catholic Church, we're happy you've found us.

Our Parish life focuses on Christ-centered, high quality worship that actively embraces all cultures and ages. By worshiping together, we experience God's love through the Scriptures and through the Catholic Liturgy. Our reflection on Scripture and our lives deepens our awareness of God's continuous presence in all that we are and do.


Our Philosophy

  • We are an inclusive Catholic Church where all are welcome. We are 380 households from 50 Zip codes in the Greater Cincinnati area.
  • We are a diverse Parish in race, ethnicity, income and household type.
  • We are an intentional as well as geographical Parish serving Madisonville and beyond, committed to making a difference wherever we live.
  • We value Worship, Faith Formation, Justice, Outreach, and Stewardship.

Upcoming Events/Calendar

  • Drumming Practice
    Mondays until Mar. 1 — 6-7 p.m. in Church
  • Loving our Neighbor: Reflections on Race During Black History Month, the Peace & Justice Committee is hosting a discussion on race through the lens of documents by Catholic bishops. Malachi Lawrence will facilitate a conversation on two documents by Bishop Edward K. Braxton of Belleville, IL and the US Conference of Catholic Bishops new pastoral. We will gather between Masses at 10 AM in the side room of the rectory.
    The remaining schedule and links to the documents are as follows:
    Feb 17 — The Catholic Church and the Racial Divide in the United States: Old Wounds Reopened, Bishop Braxton
    Feb 24 — Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love, USCCB
    To sign up, contact Mary Anne Bressler. If you need a hard copy of the documents, we can provide them up on request.
  • Loving Our Neighbor: Opposing Semitism During March our conversation on loving our neighbor will focus on our Jewish brothers and sisters, who have faced a long and agonizing history of hate—often at the hands of Christians
    Mar. 16 — Field trip (carpool) to Holocaust and Humanity Center. Sign up by March 3. Admission is $10
    Mar. 24 — 9:45 - Jackie Congedo DIrector of the Jewish Community Relations Council will speak
  • Ash Wednesday Mass
    Mar. 6 — 7 p.m. in Church

St. Anthony Parish, Madisonville
6104 Desmond Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
Parish Center/Office: (513) 271-0920
Fax: (513) 271-6630

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