Saint Casimir Parish  

Ankstesni biuleteniai Jan. 07 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Lietuviškai Feb.04 Feb.11





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     This weekend we celebrate Veterans Day (November 11th). When we reflect on how our nation was able to grow and prosper in freedom and be a beacon of hope to a troubled world, much of this was due because of the commitment of those who served in the armed forces.

     At the end of May each year, on Memorial Day, we remember those who have died in service to their country, and in November, on this Veterans Day, we honor those who have faithfully served. There is a special bond among Veterans, where the young and the healthy take care of the old and infirm, and they all work together for the betterment of our country. So remember to thank the Veterans who have served both in war and in peace and offer your support to their organizations who do so much to care for Veterans in need and to promote patriotism in the United States. May God bless our veterans.

God Bless !
Fr. Joe Bacevice


We ask you to remember in your prayers the souls of Deacon Edward McCarthy and David Perez (father of Bishop Perez). May they live forever in the joy of the Resurrection.


We will have Adoration on Wednesday, November 14th from 6-7pm. We invite everyone in the Parish to spend some time in quiet prayer before the Blessed Sacrament.


“The Church’s love for the a part of her constant tradition.” (Catechism, 2444). Next weekend’s offering for the Catholic Campaign Human Development (CCHD) needs your support. With the tradition of improving education, housing situations and economic development, CCHD continues to make a positive impact on communities locally and nationwide. Please be generous as your participate in this tradition next weekend.


The Diocese of Cleveland’s “Protecting God’s Children” program is a continuing effort to instruct and inform everyone about the protection of children from sexual abuse. Report any past or present suspected inappropriate behavior toward children by priests, deacons, religious, lay ecclesial ministers or personnel associated with the Church, to the Diocesan Response Service Office: 216-334-2999 or:    You are also asked to immediately inform local authorities about inappropriate behavior.


You have heard about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, now you can share your blessings on Tuesday, November 27 - Giving Tuesday. All day around the globe people are asked to contribute to their favorite charities and non-profits. The Diocese of Cleveland asks you to be part of Northeast Ohio’s Online Day of Catholic Giving: #weGiveCatholic, which allows you to contribute to over 160 Catholic schools, parishes, Catholic Charities programs and sites, ministries and other Catholic non-profits in Northeast Ohio.
     Our Parish is one of the institutions taking part this year. Simply use your computer or smartphone on Tuesday, November 27 to access the website  Then search the list of participants and donate to your favorites (don’t forget St. Casimir). In the spirit of the season, remember to Give Catholic on Giving Tuesday.


The annual Fall Festival will be Sunday, November 18th from 1 to 7pm, at St. Mary’s Hall, 15519 Holmes Ave. All are invited to enjoy games, food, basket raffle, and a bake sale. For more information, contact St. Mary’s at 216-761-7740.


Each year there is a special day set aside for Cloistered Communities of women and men who are a tremendous gift to the Church. Pope Pius XII first instituted this ecclesial worldwide event in 1953. Pope St. John Paul II later expanded this worldwide event in 1997, to be celebrated each year on the Memorial of Mary’s Presentation in the Temple. This day was established to provide spiritual and material support to Cloistered Communities.
     In our modern world, we don’t really think that these groups still exist. Presently we have three Cloistered Communities in our diocese: Carmel of the Holy Family, OCD; Poor Clare Colettines, PCC; and Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration, PCPA. We are encouraged to pray for these communities on the weekends of November 10-11, November 17–18, and on Wednesday, November 21, the Memorial of the Presentation of Mary in the Temple.


Too many women, men and children are subjected to controlling or abusive behaviors including harsh words, insults and threats, silence and isolating behavior, controlling money, isolating from other family members and friends, displays of tempers that are frightening, throwing or breaking things, hitting grabbing, punching or choking. Break the cycle of abuse in relationships that too often passes on from generation to generation. Hope and help are available. Contact the Domestic Violence Center https://www/ or call 216-319-HELP (4357).


THIS WEEKEND -  NOVEMBER 10 - 11, 2018

NEXT WEEKEND -  NOVEMBER 17 - 18, 2018

5:30pm 8:00am 12:00pm 5:30pm 8:00am 12:00pm


Jackie Caruso-Taylor Judy Kowalski Donna Flynt Faye Roth Nancy Anzlovar Arv Valiukas

Jackie Caruso-Taylor,
Faye Roth
Maureen Anderson

Arv Valiukas

Donna Flynt,
Ted Egan
Dave Oligny

Faye Roth,
John Milikas
Jackie Caruso-Taylor

Judy Kowalski

Arv Valiukas
Ted Egan,
Donna Flynt


Peter Briana Sinead Peter Briana Deirdre