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Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross Friday’s during lent – 6:00 PM English 7:00 PM Espanol.
Regional Communal Service-Monday, March 27
The service will be held at St. John Nepomucene (Fleet Ave. and East 49th Street) at 7:00 PM. Several priests will be on available for individual confession.
Lenten Talks-Wednesday, March 29 and April 3
St. Michael Archangel Parish in Cleveland is offering a free series of Lenten talks at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday March 29 and April 3 by Sister Lisa Marie Belz, OSU, Assistant Professor of Sacred Scripture at St. Mary Seminary, on the topic: The Eucharist: Why Does it Matter?. All are welcome.
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE – 2023
PALM SUNDAY-April 1, 2
4:00 PM Mass, Saturday
10:00 AM Mass, Sunday
12:30 PM Mass, Sunday (Spanish)
HOLY THURSDAY-April 6
7:00 PM: Mass of the Lord’s Supper (bilingual)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until 9:00 PM
GOOD FRIDAY-April 7
12 noon Stations of the Cross – outside -(Spanish)
3:00 PM: Good Friday Service (English)
7:00 PM: Good Friday Service (Spanish)
HOLY SATURDAY-April 8
2:00 PM: Food Blessing
8:00 PM: Easter Vigil Mass (bilingual)
(No 4:00 PM Mass on Holy Saturday)
EASTER SUNDAY-April 9
10:00 AM: Mass
12:30 PM: Mass (Spanish)
Mass with Bishop Malesic-Sunday, June 25
Bishop Malesic will preside at the 12:30 PM Mass with a family oriented celebration afterwards.
140th Year Anniversary Activities
Many activities are in the works for this special year – Bishop Malesic will preside at Mass on June 25th with a family oriented activity afterward; a commemorative sponsor booklet that will include the history of the parish will be published; we invite artists or technological experts to submit a potential “logo” for the 140th anniversary that will be printed on shirts and other commemorative memorabilia; and we will incorporate the anniversary as a part of our regular activities such as the flea market, picnic, and international festival. There will be an emphasis on youth, young adults, and cultural diversity of the parish. Next planning meeting, Monday April 7 at 7:00 PM.
Little Black Books, with a daily reflection are available for $3.00. Rice Bowls and 40 Days for Life prayer cards are also available.
Envelopes are in the back of the church. End of year statements will be mailed out before the end of January.
The food pantry will be open every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 PM. Donations of non-perishable food are most welcome. Current needs are mac & cheese, beef stew, peanut butter and jelly, tuna, ramen noodles, pasta and meat sauce, and shelf-safe milk. Thank you and Good bless you always. Please do not bring food products past the expiration date or if the package is damaged. No clothing, please. Volunteers always needed. If you would like to volunteer to help with the food pantry, please call the office.
Lectors are always needed. Please contact Sr. Carmen if you would like to become a part of this important ministry. Sr. Carmen is in the office on Fridays from 9 until 2 PM.
You can now make your offertory donation directly to our parish by clicking the online link here. This is a secure, efficient way to support the parish. Please call Eileen in the office if you have any question.
Alumni of OLOL Grade and High Schools
If you are interested in helping to organize the Christmas celebration for 2023, please let us know: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-641-2829.
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