If you are a visitor, we hope you will find our website to be a reflection of this wonderful parish, and that through this site you will be drawn more deeply into life in Christ, through our parish community.
If you are a parishioner, we hope that you will find the information that you need, in order to become more fully engaged in the life of our family of faith.
Immaculate Heart of Mary is a Roman Catholic parish in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. As a Catholic community of faith, we know that the Mass is central to our lives. Through the Eucharist, we celebrate Christ’s saving love for us and for all. We know that in the Mass, Christ is truly present through the words of Sacred Scripture, through the presence of the priest, through one another as the Body of Christ, and in a special way in the bread and wine which become the Body and Blood of Christ our Lord. Our parish recognizes that such amazing love calls for great response, and so we have committed ourselves to be good stewards of all God’s many blessings. We offer ourselves in service within this parish and in our city and world; Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish is a community of disciples and stewards who are on a lifelong journey of faith together.
Immaculate Heart of Mary is a parish in which you can truly belong! Whether you are just beginning to explore Catholicism or have been Catholic all of your life; whether you have stayed on the fringes of parish life in the past or are already involved in ministry; Immaculate Heart of Mary is a parish that values you. As a community, we care for one another, knowing that through our ministry we perceive Christ’s presence among us. With the support of one another as Church, we serve those most in need in our city and world, through direct service, collections of food, clothing, and gifts, and through monetary contributions in mission, as we help to contribute to the reign of God in our world.
Immaculate Heart of Mary parishioners are growing as disciples through lifelong faith formation. Our parish is a place in which you are offered many opportunities to learn and to grow, through retreats such as Christ Renews His Parish, small faith communities, Bible studies, adult and family faith formation, our parish school and children’s faith formation from pre-school through an active high school youth group. We know that being together in fellowship helps us to grow strong as a community, and we support each other throughout our lives and stages of faith, in joy and in sorrow.
Immaculate Heart of Mary is a community of believers who are living their strengths. Over a thousand parishioners have discovered their God-given talents through an online questionnaire and many have explored their strengths through participation in a small group or with a trained strengths coach. We invite you to discover, explore, and offer your greatest areas of talent within our community!
Fr. Thomas Kreidler
Contact Fr. Thomas Kreidler
How should I dress?
We do not have an official dress code; that is left to your discretion. Wear whatever you feel is appropriate for a visit with Our Lord.What is the service like?
We follow the General Instructions of the Roman Missal (GIRM) which was revised in 2002. These instructions were initiated to unite all parishes under the same procedures for the Order of the Mass.May I meet the pastor?
Yes, the Pastor, Fr.Thomas Kreidler is available after every mass to greet parishioners. If you have a specific reason to speak with the Pastor, you may request a time to meet with him by calling the Parish Office at (513) 388-4466.Where do my kids go?
All children are welcome at Mass.How do I get there?
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish is located on the east side of Cincinnati, Ohio in the active and beautiful Anderson Township. You can enter 7770 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH in your GPS or print your directions from a link below.
Written Driving DirectionsGoogle Driving Directions starting where you are.Where do I park?
There is sufficient parking around the church and school. When parking in the school lot, please take note of the flow pattern and do not block anyone who may need to leave in an emergency situation. We also ask that you use the handicapped spaces appropriately.