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May 26 - 27, 2018


Monday, May 28th is Memorial Day. Again this year, our Catholic War Veterans Post 613 will have their annual Memorial Day commemoration here at St. Casimir, beginning at 8:30am with a service at the Freedom Memorial in our Neff Road parking lot, followed by Mass. The commemoration will conclude with breakfast in our lower hall. All are invited.


We ask you to remember in your prayers the souls of Rev. Thomas Rath, Rev. Neil Crosby, Bertha Malonis, and Josephine Sak who died recently and was buried from our parish. May they have eternal rest in the peace of God’s kingdom.


On Monday, June 4th, Deacon Pecek will celebrate his 35th Anniversary as a Deacon. In those 35 years, his wisdom and kindness has impacted the lives of many people at St. Paul Parish in Euclid, here at St. Casimir, and as a Judge in the Diocesan Tribunal. We will honor Deacon Lou at the 12:00 noon Mass on Sunday, June 10th, followed by an informal reception in our lower hall. All are invited to celebrate this milestone for Deacon Pecek and thank him for his 35 years of service to the Church.


The Lithuanian Cultural Gardens Committee cordially invites the Lithuanian Cultural Gardens members and those who would like to join to their annual picnic on Sunday, June 3rd, at 12:00 noon at the East Shore Park Pavilion at the end of East Park and Dorchester Roads on Lake Erie. New members and supporters are invited to attend.


On Sunday, June 10th, at 2:00pm, at the Latvian Lutheran Church (corner of Andrews Rd. & Detroit Ave.) in Lakewood, the Baltic American Committee of Cleveland is sponsoring a prayer service to commemorate the 77th anniversary of the occupation of the Baltic States and to remember the victims of the mass deportations of June 13-14, 1941. There will be a social in their church hall after the service. We invite everyone to join with our Lithuanian, Latvian, and Estonian communities for this commemoration.

      One of the most beautiful places around our nation’s capital is Arlington National Cemetery, just outside Washington, DC in Arlington, Virginia. The cemetery itself is meticulously maintained with rows of Crosses and Stars of David marking the graves of our servicemen and women and national leaders buried there. The most solemn place in the cemetery is the Tomb of the Unknowns. There Company E of the Third US Infantry Regiment – The Old Guard – keeps a constant vigil honoring servicemen “known only to God.” The cemetery and the tomb are signs of the respect we show to those who have lost their lives in service to our country.

     On Monday, the national holiday of Memorial Day, all of us are called to honor our war dead, those who gave their lives in defense of our country and for freedom throughout the world.  As Catholics, the best way to honor our dead is to pray for them, particularly on Memorial Day.

     Our Catholic War Veterans Post 613 has, since its founding in 1946, provided a beautiful opportunity for us to gather to honor our war dead. On Monday beginning at 8:30am, they will lead us in a flag raising ceremony, followed by Mass. Immediately after Mass, they have arranged to serve breakfast in our hall. They invite everyone in the Parish to join with them in remembering those who have died in service to our country and to remember their members who have died.

     I have been a member of Post 613 since 1980, and have led the Memorial Day service each year. I invite all of you to join with me as we remind ourselves through prayer, that the freedom we enjoy here in this country came at a great price, and we offer our prayers for those who sacrificed their own lives that we could live in freedom.                                                                

                                                                    God Bless ! Fr. Joe Bacevice


As Memorial Day approaches, our Catholic War Veterans Post 613 prepares to have its annual Poppy Distribution. This activity enables the Post to continue their welfare programs for our veterans and their families. They will be distributing poppies and accepting donations after all the Masses the weekend of May 26-27. Please be generous in supporting their work.



MAY 26 -27, 2018

NEXT WEEKEND -  JUNE 2 - 3, 2018

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


Faye Roth Judy Kowalski Donna Flynt Jackie Caruso-Taylor Arv Valiukas Dave Oligny

Maureen Anderson
Faye Roth,
John Milikas

Arv Valiukas

Donna Flynt,
Ted Egan
Dave Oligny

Faye Roth,
Barbara Grauel
Jackie Caruso-Taylor

Judy Kowalski

Dave Oligny,
Ted Egan
Donna Flynt


Peter Briana Sinead Peter Briana Deirdre