12:00 noon (En)
Mon. through Fri.
and by appointment
ST. CASIMIR PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
St. Casimir parish is
an ethnically diverse Catholic parish with a dual mission to unite and
strengthen the Lithuanian community and to welcome all who wish to
become part of our parish family.
We are called to be people of faith centered in the Eucharist, living
the Gospels, and meeting Christ in the sacraments as well as in each
We seek to meet the spiritual needs of parishioners of all ages, to
build our neighborhood while celebrating the traditions and culture of
Lithuania, and to meet challenges and build a strong parish together.
Joseph A. Bacevice, Pastor
Cleveland, Ohio 44119-2699
10-12 and 1 - 6;
Closed Saturday and Sunday
manager: Laura Verbyla
Saint Caimir Parish - Švento Kazimiero
wish all the fathers in our parish a Happy Father's
and pray that God's grace lead them in their loving care of their families.
FEAST OF THE MOST HOLY TRINITY
June 15 - 16,
“The Spirit of truth will
guide you to all truth.”
“You have made
him a little less than the angels, and crowned him with glory and
honor. You have given him rule over the works of your hands,
putting all things under his feet.”
Ted Egan - chairperson
Loretta Gudėnienė - vice-chairperson
Faye Roth - recording secretary
Nancy Anzlovar - coresponding secretary,
members: Anthony Bacevice, Dana Čipkienė, Giedrė
Ješmantienė, Judy Kowalski, Timothy Loehmann ir Albert Yevchak.
Pastoral Council Guidlines
Welcome to St. Casimir‘s Parish!
Please stop by the rectory to register. For your
convenience, registration forms can be found in the Book Room located
off the front vestibule of the Church.
to download the Registration Form
Parents having children baptized at St. Casimir‘s are asked to contact the
rectory for pre-Baptismal instruction. Godparents must be practicing
Catholics and must obtain a sponsor certificate from the parish in
which they are registered.
| MINISTRY OF
If you would like to join
this ministry and receive the newsletter in the mail every month,
please call the rectory and ask to join the Ministry of Praise. We
especially invite those, who are sick and home-bound to participate in
SICK and HOMEBOUND
Visiting the sick and homebound is an important ministry of our
parish. Sick and elderly parishioners who would like to
receive the sacraments should contact the rectory.
Couples planning to marry at St. Casimir‘s must contact the pastor at least six
months prior to the date of marriage to arrange for sacramental preparation and to
discuss ceremony details.
Before finalizing funeral plans, please contact