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June 23 - 24, 2018


Our lower hall will be closed for construction until early August. This week, Sunday coffee will be in the upper hall (gym). During the month of July, there will be no Sunday coffee. It will resume in the lower hall early in August.


Next weekend we will be accepting offerings for the Holy Father. Known for years as the Peter’s Pence Collections, this offering supports the charitable work of the Holy See throughout the world. Please be generous.


Religious freedom remains one of our country’s most precious possessions. It gives us the freedom to serve others in God's love in ministries like education, adoption and foster care, health care and migration and refugee services. That is why, as Pope Francis puts it, “all are called to be vigilant, precisely as good citizens, to preserve and defend that freedom from everything that would threaten or compromise it.”

     I encourage Catholics in our diocese to join those across the United States to pray and act in support of religious liberty at home and abroad during Serving Others in God's Love: Religious Freedom Week 2018, which begins on June 22, the feast of Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher, and ends on June 29, the solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul. Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher stood up for the sanctity of marriage and freedom during a time of opposition led by England’s King Henry VIII. These saints show us what faithful service looks like when political leadership desires to influence, set a social tone and request for people to follow.

     Religious Freedom Week provides our Catholic community the opportunity to center ourselves in prayer and reflect on how we may always be faith-filled servants when facing the challenges found in today’s society. Reflecting upon Religious Freedom Week helps us to increase our understanding of how to serve our neighbors without having to ignore our faith.

     In emphasizing the need to raise up the moral dimensions of the issues facing us as a country, I add my voice to that of Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, the chairman of the USCCB Religious Freedom Committee, who said, "We encourage people of faith to reflect on the importance of religious freedom so that we might have the space to carry out our mission of service and mercy.” I also invite all people of good will to join me in prayer for our brothers and sisters who face serious persecution across the globe.

     Daily reflections and other important information on the celebration of Religious Freedom Week and additional resources can be found at


     Summer is the time of year that many are involved in outdoor activities and travel. We wish everyone a safe and relaxing summer, but we remind everyone to participate at Mass each weekend, even when traveling. We also remind everyone of their obligation to support our parish. As we continue to be challenged financially, we need everyone’s support. So on the weekends you are not here for any reason, I ask you to make up for your missed offerings.

     Summer is also a time when the weather can be dangerously hot and humid, especially for our older members. Our church building can become very hot during the summer months as there is no air conditioning in the building and the windows do not open. I ask everyone, especially our old members and those with chronic illnesses to use common sense when coming to church. Wear light clothing, be sure to stay hydrated with sufficient water, and if it feels too hot or humid, stay home or in air conditioned place. God does not expect the impossible from any of us. So use good judgment and whether you will come here to Mass on a given Sunday.

     Finally, speaking of air conditioning, as I wrote last year, if we had 12 parishioners willing to donate $5,000, we could air condition the Church. So far I have received commitments from four parishioners. Eight more, and next year at this time, we can enjoy Sunday Mass in air conditioned comfort.

                                                                    God Bless ! Fr. Joe Bacevice


We ask you to remember in your prayers the soul of Alexander Petrauskis who died recently and was buried from our Parish. May they have eternal rest in the peace of God’s Kingdom.


The best gift you can give is your time. This Father’s Day weekend, make sure to invite Dad (and the rest of the family) to spend time with you at the FEST on Sunday, August 5th. The perfect family day and free event is full of great music, engaging displays, and fun activities. Of course, the highlight of the whole day is the outdoor Mass, beginning at 8:00pm with Bishop Perez. You and your dad are not going to want to miss any of this, so make sure to head out to the Center for Pastoral Leadership in Wickliffe for a day full of faith, family and friends. For more information go to:


The date of this year’s Golden Wedding Anniversary Mass is Sunday, July 29th, at 2:30pm in the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist with Bishop Amos presiding. New this year: you can register online at  The main web page will read “Register for the 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration - Click here” in a blue box. Clicking on the link will direct you to the registration form itself. We will not longer be accepting faxed, postal or electronically mailed registrations for this event. If you do not have computer access or a family member who can assist you, contact Laura in our office 216-481-3157.


JUNE 16 - 17, 2018

NEXT WEEKEND -  JUNE 23 - 24, 2018

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


Faye Roth Judy Kowalski Nancy Anzlovar Nancy Anzlovar Barbara Pallo Erin Randel

Jackie Caruso-Taylor
Faye Roth,
Maureen Anderson

John Martinich

Ted Egan
Dave & Robin Oligny

Faye Roth
John Milikas

John Martinich

Faye Roth
Ted Egan


Peter Briana Sinead Peter   Deirdre