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July 28 - 29, 2018


We welcome into the Catholic Christian Community Emma Marie Neary, daughter of Timothy and Vaiva (nee Bucmys), and Greyson Joseph Matas, son of Christopher and Julie (nee Miller) who are being baptized here at St. Casimirís this weekend.


Friday, August 3rd, we will have our First Friday Holy Hour from 8-9am, and on Wednesday, August 8th, we will have our Evening Holy Hour from 6-7pm in the Church. All are invited to stop in to spend some quiet time in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament.


Sunday, August 5th as we come together for The FEST from 12:00 to 10:00 at the Center for Pastoral Leadership (28700 Euclid Ave, Wickliffe).  Every year after The FEST we receive many emails from individuals telling us how much they enjoyed the annual Catholic Family Festival and how it was the highlight of their summer. Donít miss out on
     Join thousands from around our region for a day of faith, family and great fun. It is all free. Listen to inspiring music, visit activities for kids and displays to help you strengthen your family life and so much more. There is plenty of free close parking. There is plenty of affordable food thanks to Executive Caterers and Marcís. There is something for everyone at the FEST. The day concludes with a beautiful outdoor Mass at 8:00pm followed by an incredible American Fireworks display. Check out the details online at  Please join us.


     Thank you! Your gifts to the Catholic Charities Annual Appeal are at work making an immediate difference in the lives of Godís most vulnerable people here in our parish, our community and throughout the Diocese. As of June 30th, 44,014 donors have pledged $11,861,205 to the Appeal, nearly 95% of the Appealís goal of $12.5 million.
     Here at St. Casimirís, 120 parishioners have pledged $15,358 toward our parish goal of $13,843. That is 110.95% of our overall goal!
     Thank you for answering the call to be missionary disciples: to be charitable, loving, caring, and to reach out to those in need who cannot help themselves, people like John who spent three months at St. Elizabeth Center homeless shelter and found the help he needed to get back into the workforce and into his own apartment. ďI donít know where I would be without Catholic Charities,Ē says John.
     Your support makes a difference and transforms lives. See the faces of those impacted by your generosity on the website: 2018appeal There is still time to show your support. Contact Karen Joyce at 216-696-6525 ext. 1910 or make a secure online gift at

     Last weekend we had an increase in attendance at our 10:00 Mass, as many have returned from the celebrations in Lithuania. People started to make up missed offerings, so this weekís collection gave us a surplus. Once the weather cools a bit, others will return. Last week we had our Holy Name society picnic for the parishioners, which was a success. Next weekend, our cafeteria opens after remodeling and renovations. We have been working on planning our Autumn Raffle and Clambake, and have been preparing for another activity year in the Parish.

     There have been some other lesser known things going on this summer. We are getting ready for repairs that have to be done to the front of the church building and some repair work that needs to be done to the church roof. Once completed, we can get contracts out to repair the steps and landings at the entrances to the church which we hope to do in the spring of 2019.

     When we work on planning, we concentrate on three areas. Liturgical/ Spiritual, which looks at the Church Year. We plan major feasts like Christmas and Easter, we look at programs to enhance the spiritual well being of all our parishioners. The second area is Cultural/Social events which enhances the quality of life for our members. Our parish activities include our fund raisers, along with cultural events that we sponsor or host. The final area is the Physical Plant of the parish. We need to maintain and improve over $12million worth of buildings - over 90,000 square feet - along with parking lots, and grassed areas.
     Each one of our projects, whether they are liturgical, cultural or physical, need to be planned, evaluated, funded and executed. As these projects continue, I ask for your opinion on what needs to be done on all levels, your continued cooperation and support so we can complete the projects, and your patience while this process goes on. As we continue to move forward as a parish community, be assured that all our plans are made to improve the quality of everything we do and plan for a great future for our parish.

 God Bless ! Fr. Joe Bacevice


We ask you to remember in your prayers the following who have died: Father John Rathfon, Father James Viall, and Vytas Matas. May they have eternal rest in the peace of Godís kingdom.


There will be no Sunday Coffee this weekend. It will resume in our remodeled cafeteria next Sunday, August 5th after the 10:00 Mass.


28 - 29, 2018

NEXT WEEKEND -  AUGUST 4 - 5, 2018

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


Jackie Caruso-Taylor

Arv Valiukas Dave Oligny Faye Roth Nancy Anzlovar Donna Flynt

Jackie Caruso-Taylor
Faye Roth

Arv Valiukas

Dave & Robin Oligny
Ted Egan

Faye Roth,
Maureen Anderson
Jackie Caruso-Taylor

Judy Kowalski

Donna Flynt,
Ted Egan
Dave Oligny


Peter Briana Shawn


Briana Shawn