In Response to the Current Health Crisis

With great joy, St. Max is happy to announce that our full parish Mass schedule is once again open to the public. Archbishop Schnurr has dispensed all Catholics in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati from their obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who are at risk, or fearful that they or their family might become sick are encouraged to stay home and join via live streaming.

Are you struggling to make a decision on when to return to Mass?

Perhaps this information could help you:

  • St. Max is currently offering 5 weekend Mass times. We added a 6:30 AM Mass which will continue temporarily to help with the possibility of overcrowding.
  • We see 99-100% compliance at each Mass time from each person in regards to wearing a face covering as is mandated by the state of Ohio.
  • Our attendance for October 17 & 18  was as follows: (this will be updated each week)
    4:30 PM: 283
    6:30 AM: 100
    8:00 AM: 332
    10:00 AM: 620
    12:00 PM: 325
  • There is hand sanitizer and wipes located in the gathering space and around the perimeter of the worship space for your convenience.
  • Worship aids are not reused from one Mass to the next. New worship aids are set out for each Mass time.
  • The collection baskets are not passed from person to person. We have new stationery collection bins located on either side of the baptismal font in which donations are collected.
  • Every pew gets sanitized after each Mass, including after weekday Masses, funerals or other prayer gatherings.
  • Each distributor of Holy Communion is wearing a mask and uses hand sanitizer before distribution begins.
  • Every other pew is roped off to allow for 6 foot distancing
  • All pew sections are open to allow for everyone to spread out throughout the entire worship space. For the 6:30 AM Sunday Mass, which is has less than 100 people in attendance, a few sections are roped off to keep them clean for the following Mass.

If you have any questions about how St. Max is continuing to follow safety protocols during this time, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Live Streaming

Until you are ready to return in person, we embrace this opportunity to celebrate Mass with you virtually. Remember, everyone is dispensed from their obligation at this time. Keep participating in our liturgies online at, Facebook LIVE or YouTube LIVE.  There is always an accompanying worship aid available online for Sunday Masses and other special feast days!

Our Current Schedule

Now that our liturgies are once again open to the public, we have returned to our regular Mass and confession schedule. 

Mass Schedule
Mon-Sat: 8:30 AM
Tues & Thurs: 6:30 AM
Saturday Vigil: 4:30 PM
Sunday: 6:30 AM (temporary), 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM & 12:00 PM
Please note we have temporarily added a 6:30 AM Mass on Sunday to help with over crowding. 

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Tuesday: After the 6:30 AM Mass
Thursday: After the 8:30 AM Mass & 6:00 - 6:45 PM
Saturday:  After the 8:30 AM Mass & 3:00 - 4:00 PM
We will also return to using the confessional.  The set up will be altered so as to minimize contact with the space as well as other people.

The main church building will be open daily until 8:00 PM and the Blessed Sacrament Chapel will remain open 24/7.

Our Live Stream

The parish office is open on a limited basis. We are asking everyone to please wear a mask and that only one person be in the office lobby at a time. You may wait in the gathering space until it is your turn. Hand sanitizer will also be available for you to use.

Temporary Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - Noon

Even when the office is closed to the public, the parish staff is working full time hours and will continue to check our email and  voicemails, so, please, do not hesitate to call if you have any questions, needs, or concerns. Call 513-777-4322 or email If you are looking for a specific email address of one of our staff members or their extension you can find it at or for our clergy at