Take-aways

Take-aways

Twenty pink poinsettias that graced our sanctuary throughout the Christmas season are bagged and waiting near the Bridge Avenue exit for anyone to pick up and take home. They still had a lot of life left in them last time we checked, and we’ve now proven for a couple years in a row that you…

Updates

Our 2021 Annual Saint Patrick Day Mass in the Time of Covid

Our 2021 Annual Saint Patrick Day Mass in the Time of Covid

February 21, 2021

As our parish continues to cope with the reality of Covid-19, our annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities will again be curbed this year. Because seating is limited to 74 individual sections (pods), we are limited to 74 individual households. We have struggled with wanting to fill these individual spaces and know that our usual crowd simply cannot be accommodated this…

Join us for our first Living Stones talk

Join us for our first Living Stones talk

February 21, 2021

This Wednesday, February 24, we welcome Mr. Miguel Chavez from the Diocese of Cleveland’s Office of Missionary Discipleship. Miguel will share his personal reflections on what the New Evangelization means for us as disciples of Jesus Christ. Join us for 5:30pm Mass, followed by Miguel’s presentation. If you’re unable to join us in person, please join us via livestream. This…

RCIA and the rite of continuing conversion

February 19, 2021

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a process for people interested in learning about the Catholic faith and discerning if this is the right time for them to become members of the Catholic Church. Lent is a special time to discern this commitment. It is also a time of special rites, ceremonies to enhance this process. One…

What are you reading during Lent?

What are you reading during Lent?

February 18, 2021

Need some Scripture on your bedside or kitchen table, in your purse or backpack, or next to your comfy chair? Don’t we all? We can fix you up with a free issue of The Word Among Us, containing Mass readings and daily meditations to carry you through the season of Lent. Pick up your copy at the church entrances or…

Where faith & mental health meet

Where faith & mental health meet

February 12, 2021

How can faith—and faith community—contribute to the recovery of people living with mental health problems? This is one of many questions that will be addressed in a new course starting this week and concluding on April 15 on Google Meet. THE SANCTUARY COURSE: Exploring the Intersection of Faith and Mental Health “One in four people will be affected by a…

Pray for those in consecrated life

Pray for those in consecrated life

February 4, 2021

This weekend, February 6 & 7, parishes celebrate World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life. Please pray for our consecrated sisters and brothers as they continue to bear joyful witness by their lives. We thank God for fellow parishioner Sister Mary O’Grady, a member of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine (CSA), and Fr. Daniel Reim, Society of Jesus…

Spend time in our Mission House

Spend time in our Mission House

February 4, 2021

Are you looking for a quiet place to pray? Maybe your family needs to spend time in a different space for a few days? We invite any parishioner or an individual household to spend a few days in our beautiful Mission House for retreat, solitude, or a staycation. While the MH stands ready to accommodate EMS or staff from Lutheran…