Jun 6 2020
Dear Parishioners:    Is this a case of a second viral pandemic?  We know that the outbreak of Covid-19 occurred within the past six months, give or take.  As devastating and disruptive as it is, it is my perspective that recent events in our…
Jun 3 2020
Beginning SUNDAY, June 7 at 7 pm, the 3rd CORE session begins!  This new session will focus on building a deeeper relationship with the Holy Spirit. Fr. Dave Pivonka's Wild Goose video series will serve as the backbone for the discussions.  Similar…
May 31 2020
Looking for quality Catholic resources that are JUST RIGHT for a specific Liturgical day? Then just open the attached FORMED monthly recommendations for MAY 2020 and CLICK on any picture or BLUE text - you will then be taken immediately to the movie…
May 30 2020
The video recorded Holy Mass for Pentecost Sunday, May 31, 2020 is available on YouTube via the following link:
May 29 2020
The following  "FORWARD WITH CHRIST - Coming Back to Mass under Covid-19" document provides important guidance for considering, preparation, during and end of Mass attendance at St. Mary's.   Please download it and if you have any questions, reach…
May 29 2020
Click below to Eead and View the latest message from the Administrator of the Diocese of Cleveland, Fr. Don Oleksiak:  
May 29 2020
Dear Parishioners: When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled, they were all in one place together Acts 2:1. So begins the first reading of the Mass of the Day for Pentecost Sunday. Applying this verse to our present physical situation, we would…
May 26 2020
As the end of May, a month that is dedicated to our Holy Mother Mary comes to an end, please take a few minutes to enjoy (and sing along to) the following beautiful music ministry offering:
May 26 2020
Please take a moment to view the most recent Pastoral Message from Fr. Steve regarding important information about Covid-19. Attached below is the link:
May 24 2020
Dear Brothers and Sisters, “All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.”  These words are attributed to Julian of Norwich, a mystic of the fourteenth-fifteenth century. It makes sense, since they appear in her…