Sunday, August 5

Upper Basilica: Masses
          8:00 am
        10:00 am
        12:00 noon

10:30 am – 12:00 noon Confessions

2:30 pm Devotions (Upper Basilica) with outdoor rosary procession

 

Sunday, August 12

Upper Basilica: Masses
          8:00 am
        10:00 am
        12:00 noon

10:30 am – 12:00 noon Confessions

2:30 pm Devotions (Upper Basilica) with outdoor rosary procession

Tuesday, August 14th
Upper Basilica: Masses
          7:00 am
        11:00 am
          5:00 pm (Chaldean)
          9:30 pm

Lower Basilica: Masses
          5:30 pm
          7:00 pm

Original Shrine Church: Masses
          1:00 pm
          4:30 pm (Spanish)
          6:30 pm (Syro-Malabar)

10:00 am - 7:30 pm Confessions

2:30 pm - Devotions (Upper Basilica)

Candlelight procession to Shrine Park with Mass 9:00 pm

Wednesday, August 15
Upper Basilica: Masses
          7:00 am
        10:00 am (Albanian)
        12:00 noon (Chaldean)
Lower Basilica: Masses
          9:00 am
        11:00 am
Original Shrine Church
       12:00 pm

9:00 am - 1:00 pm Confessions
2:30 pm - Devotions (Upper Basilica) with outdoor rosary procession

Sunday, August 19
Upper Basilica: Masses
          8:00 am
        10:00 am
        12:00 noon

10:30 am - 12:00 noon Confessions
2:30 pm - Devotions (Upper Basilica) with outdoor rosary procession

Sunday, August 26
Upper Basilica: Masses
          8:00 am
        10:00 am
        12:00 noon

10:30 am - 12:00 noon Confessions
2:30 pm - Devotions (Upper Basilica) with outdoor rosary procession

The Shrine provides many opportunities for prayer and spiritual reflection during the Novena (August 6-14). The Novena weekday schedule includes Masses at 7 am and 11 am. The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered each evening at 7 pm, excluding Sunday. Evening Novena devotions begin at 8 pm (Sundays 2:30 pm) with the Novena prayer, rosary procession, homily and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. At the conclusion of each Novena service, prayers with individual pilgrims will be offered.

This year at the Basilica & National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation, Carey, Ohio the Franciscan Friars we will be focusing on the theme of “Consolation” at the Shrine.  “Consolation” can and will take on many forms.  We know ultimately that God is the source of all consolation.  But we turn to Our Blessed Mother for her intercession and help for our journey to consolation.  Mary knew pain and sorrow at so many points in her life.  She carried all this within her heart – misunderstanding, a broken heart, a troubled mind, fears and pain. Yet through the Cross and the Holy Spirit she lived with a freedom to trust and respond in faith, hope and love to all that life brought her.  
Mary knew God’s consolation and it has become a source of consolation for each of us.  We will be reflecting upon our lives, our sorrows and all the challenges of life.  Mary can teach us about consolation for she is the mighty intercessor to help us in life.

 We invite you to join us at the noon Mass on the below scheduled Sundays, for our “Consolation” series.


Schedule / Celebrants
May 20—Fr. Jim Sichko
June 3—Fr. Scott Woods
July 1—Fr. Jim Sichko
September 9—Fr. Jim Sichko
October 14—Bishop John Stowe

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In the Our Lady of Consolation Perpetual Mass Association for perpetual remembrance in Prayer and in Monthly Mass for the Deceased
The suggested offering is $10 per enrollment and is sent when the Enrollment Card is used.

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Simply share the Vigil Light Card with the person you would like remembered in prayer.
The suggested offering is $5 for each Vigil Light requested and is sent only when Vigil Light Card is used.

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The enrolled person will be remembered in a Mass celebrated by a member of the Conventual Franciscan Community of the Province of Our Lady of Consolation.
The suggested offering is $10 for each Mass requested and is sent only when Mass Card Card is used.

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During this year, a theme the Franciscans will be developing at the Shrine is “Our Journey with Our Blessed Mother.  I am challenging you, to view your life in faith, hope and love, just as our Blessed Mother viewed her life.  Mary trusted, Mary kept all things in her heart, Mary was the Sorrowful Mother, Mary forgave, Mary loved and Mary’s life called on her to respond in faith, hope and love.  Mary is a model for life. 

Reflect upon your own life, your own happiness, your sorrows and all your challenges in light of the life of our Blessed Mother.  She has much to teach us.  She is also the mighty intercessor to help us in life.

We invite you to join us at the 12:00 noon Mass throughout this year for our “Journey with our Blessed Mother.

Msgr. Michael Hohenbrink, former Pastor of Saint Michael's Parish/School, Findlay, Ohio will be the celebrant October 1st.

 

Schedule/Celebrants
May 21 - Fr. David Ross, Pastor and Preacher from St. Rose Parish, Lima, Ohio
June 11 - Fr. David Endres, Pastor and writer of the History of Miracles at Our Lady of Consolation
July 16 - Bishop Daniel Thomas, Bishop for the Diocese of Toledo, Ohio
August 6 - Fr. Paul Gawlowski, OFM Conv., Novena Preacher and Pastor
September 3 - Bishop John Stowe, OFM Conv., Bishop of the Diocese of Lexington Kentucky and former Pastor and Rector of the Shrine
October 1 - Msgr. Michael Hohenbrink,  former Pastor of Saint Michael's Parish/School, Findlay, Ohio

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