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.
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.
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
LITHUANIAN CULTURAL GARDENS
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.
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.