HOME MISSION OFFERING
weekend we will accept offerings for the
Catholic Home Mission Appeal. Right now, over 40% of dioceses in the United
States are considered home mission territory because they are unable to fund
the essential pastoral work needed in their communities. Your support funds
programs such as religious education, seminary formation, and lay ministry
training, to build vibrant faith communities right here in the United
States. Please be generous.
CATHOLIC WAR VETERANS
On Sunday, April 22nd, from 1-5pm the
Catholic War Veterans Post 613 will have an open house in their Club Room in
the basement of the Lithuanian Village (877 E. 185th St.) There
will be food, refreshments, shuffleboard and other activities for the whole
family. All are welcome – family, friends and possible new members.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES THANK YOU!
of your support, Catholic Charities is able to address the most pressing
social issues facing our diocese - poverty, homelessness, addiction,
loneliness, care of the elderly and the disabled. As of March 31, a total of
35,544 donors have pledged $9,315,960 toward a goal of $12.5M. Here at St.
Casimir’s we have pledged $10,851 toward our goal of $13,843. That is 78.39%
of our overall goal. Your financial support will make a lasting difference
in transforming the lives of others, bringing help and hope to the poor and
forgotten. Thank you on behalf of those served by Catholic Charities. If you
have not yet donated, please consider a generous gift to the Catholic
Charities Annual Appeal. Contact Karen Joyce at 216-696-6525 ext. 1910 to
make a gift by phone or make a secure gift at
HOLY WEEK SURVEY
you returned your Holy Week survey? Two weeks ago we included a brief survey
seeking feedback about our Holy Week services. Please return them by Sunday, April 22nd. Your participation in this survey will
help us plan next year’s Holy Week services.