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     Monday, September 2nd, is Labor Day. Not only does this mark the end of the traditional summer season in Cleveland, but it is a celebration of the dignity of labor that makes us a strong people. Established in 1887, it is a celebration of the American Labor Movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers.  Labor day is also a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of their country.

     Our Lord, many times in the Gospels refers to labor in some revolutionary terms for his day. In an era of slave labor, Jesus says that a laborer is worth his wages. He also reminds us that the harvest is great, but the laborers are few.  He urges his followers to pray to the harvest master to send more laborers into the field.

     So on Labor Day we honor those who contribute to our lives through work – physical and mental – and are reminded that no matter what someone’s job is, from the lowliest to the highest, they are doing important jobs and that those workers are entitled to a just wage for their efforts.

God Bless! Fr. Joe Bacevice


Monday, September 3rd is Labor Day. In observance of the holiday, our office will be closed.



We ask you to remember in your prayers the soul of Albert Telautz who died recently and was buried from our parish. May he have eternal rest in the peace of God’s Kingdom.



Friday, September 6th is the first Friday of September. We will have our Holy Hour from 8-9am in the church. Also on Wednesday, September 11th, we will have our evening Holy Hour from 6-7pm. All are invited to stop in for some quiet time of prayer before the Blessed Sacrament.



Our next Pancake Breakfast will be on Sunday, September 15th, from 8:30am to 1:30pm. Tickets are now available after the weekend Masses at the main entrance to the Church, in the lower hall after the 10:00 Mass and at the Rectory during the week. Adult tickets - $7, children 10 and younger are free. Save $1 by purchasing your tickets early. All proceeds benefit the parish.


Our Ninth Annual Clambake/Steak Bake/Autumn Raffle will take place on Saturday, October 26th, beginning after the 5:30 Mass in our upper hall. Raffle tickets are now available at the back of the Church. All parishioners are asked to pick up their envelope with Raffle tickets, as this will save us the cost of mailing them to everyone.

     We invite everyone to participate in this fund-raiser to support our parish. In addition to great food, there will be plenty of refreshments, a basket auction, split raffles, sideboards and much more. Dinner tickets will be available after Labor Day.

     We are also looking for volunteers to help with this project. Set up, clean up, bakers, and other volunteer positions need to be filled. Please sign up in the Book Room to help us out. We look forward to seeing everyone on October 26th.



Again this year, we are printing a program book for our Fall Fund Raiser. Parishioners, Parish Organizations, and businesses are invited to advertise or send their greetings showing support for our Parish. An ad can be placed in the book for as little as $10. Ad forms are in everyone’s ticket envelope. Additional forms are available at the back of the church. Everyone is invited to participate.



“Those who humble themselves will be exalted.” Family life confirms the words of Jesus in today’s gospel. Commitment, intimacy, loyalty, and love are the rewards of humble service and care for one another. Pope Francis reminds us, “no family drops down from heaven perfectly formed.”



Please join The Institute of Catholic Studies and the John Carroll - Sacred Heart University Partnership Committee for “Healing the Human Family,” a talk given by Archbishop John Baptist Odama, Archbishop of Gula, Uganda. Archbishop Odama is a leading peacemaker in Uganda. The talk will take place on September 10, at 5:00pm at the John Carroll University Donahue Auditorium in the Dolan Science Center. For more information call 216-397-4558.



Join the Cleveland Indians for Mass and a ball game at the Catholic Family Day at Progressive Field on September 22. Pre-game Mass will be celebrated at 10:15am in the ballpark. Ticket prices begin at $18. For more information, call 216-420-4162, or email:


THIS WEEKEND -  August 31 - September 1

NEXT WEEKEND - September 7 - 8

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


Faye Roth Arv Valiukas Erin Randel Jackie Caruso-Taylor Judy Kowalski Dave Oligny

Faye Roth,
Maureen Anderson
Jackie Caruso-Taylor

John Milikas

Dave Oligny,
Ted Egan
Donna Flynt

Jackie Caruso-Taylor
Faye Roth,
Donna Flynt

John Milikas

Dave Oligny,
Ted Egan
Robin Oligny


Peter   Eamon Peter Sajjabi John Milikas Deirdre Robertson