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     It’s hard to believe that we are already into August, the time that activities begin here at St. Casimir. Last Wednesday our Holy Name society had their annual picnic for the parishioners, which was a success. This weekend, we resume Sunday coffee. During June and July, 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. With the construction progressing on Marcella Road, we’re working with the city and the school to find ways to keep traffic moving and our buildings accessible during this work. We finally received the permits for the work on the handicapped entrance to the Church building and the new front entrance to the Rectory. We’re also working on plans for next year to replace the main entrance to the Church.

     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 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, just know that all our plans are to improve the quality of everything we do and plan for a great future for our parish.


God Bless! Fr. Joe Bacevice


Join us this Sunday for The FEST on the grounds of the Center for Pastoral Leadership (28700 Euclid Ave., Wickliffe) from 12 noon until 10:00pm. Hear great music, enjoy activities for the entire family, join thousands for Mass at 8:00pm with Bishop Perez, and experience THE event of the summer. There is plenty of close-in parking and something for everyone. For a complete schedule and parking directions go to:


                                               SUNDAY COFFEE

Sunday coffee resumes this weekend after the 10:00 Mass. All are welcome to stop in and meet your fellow parishioners.


This year’s Jubilee Mass with Bishop Perez is scheduled for Saturday, October 12, at 10:00am. Online registration is now available. For more information contact Laura at the Rectory office or contact Jason Lewis at or call 216-334-3974


Attention all women! You are invited to the first annual Cleveland Catholic Women’s Conference, Saturday, October 19th, at St. Basil the Great Parish in Brecksville, OH. Hear Fr. Patrick Schultz, Mary Bielski and Laura Mary Phelps as they talk about our call to be “Fearlessly Faithful.” The day will also include Mass with Bishop Perez and opportunities for prayer, confession, Eucharistic adoration and forming friendships with other women of faith. Visit to register or for more information.



   Attempting to pick up the pieces of one’s life after the tragedy of divorce is an area that can impact a person’s relationship with God and the Church. One of the significant issues that a person faces is their place in the Church. Does the Church still care about me even though I am divorced? Am I allowed to go to Mass? Can I receive communion? How can the Church help me heal? If I decide to marry again, what do I have to do?

     The Tribunal of the Diocese of Cleveland offers its First Step Program to help individuals deal with these questions in order to renew and/or strengthen their relationship with God and the Church. This program is offered to help everyone, especially those who have experienced divorce, learn more about Catholic teaching regarding marriage, divorce, and remarriage. Everyone is welcome to:

v  Deepen knowledge of the Church’s teaching on marriage

v  Learn about the Church’s ministry to the divorced/ separated in the Diocese

v  Hear about the annulment process and how to submit a case

v  Discover a path to healing after divorce in order to strengthen and/or renew a relationship with God and the Church

     In any endeavor, taking the “first step” is always the most difficult. The First Step Program helps individuals to navigate the path of healing and closure. Please refer to the Tribunal website ( for testimonials about the program from past participants.

     The First Step Program will be held on: Tuesday, September 17, at St. Ambrose Parish, Brunswick, at 7:00pm. Representatives from the Ministry to the Divorced Office of the Department for Marriage and Family Ministry will also be present to explain the resources they offer to the divorced. Note that the Diocese of Cleveland does not require any fees for this process. For more information see the website: or call Lynette Tait at the Tribunal: 216-696-6525/800-869-6525, ext. 4000.


THIS WEEKEND -  August 3 - 4

NEXT WEEKEND - August 10 - 11

Sat. 5:30pm Sun. 8:00am Sun. 12:00pm Sat. 5:30pm Sun. 8:00am Sun. 12:00pm


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

Erin Randel


Jackie Caruso-Taylor,
Faye Roth,
Maureen Anderson

John Martinich

Dave Oligny,
Donna Flynt
Robin Oligny

Donna Flynt,
Faye Roth
Jackie Caruso-Taylor

John Milikas

Ted Egan,
Dave Oligny
Robin Oligny


Peter   Eamon Peter