Please join us for this benefit luncheon with chicken paprikash as the main course!
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Congratulations to our first communicants! It was a special day, on Sunday, May 8, 2022, as the children received the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ for the first time. We hope that they will remember this day for the rest of their lives. Indeed, how could anyone forget the day when God […]
ON SUNDAY, MAY 8, MAY CROWNING: Coordinating with the US Mother’s Day, we will honor our Heavenly Mother on this day. We ask that children who would like to participate, come dressed in their Sunday best, girls preferably in white or pastel dresses. A meeting for the children to go over the details will be 15 minutes […]
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ! The picture on this letter shows one of the most widespread depictions of Jesus’ resurrection. It began in 12-13th centuries and remained quite popular to this day. It is a portrayal of His triumph. With one hand he holds a long cross with a banner. Often this banner has […]
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The United Hungarian Societies of Cleveland on Sunday, March 13, 2022 held a commemoration of the events of 1848 in the St. Emeric Church hall. The united Choir of the Hungarian Churches of Cleveland, conducted by Rev. Dr. Máriusz Marton, all three Hungarian schools in Cleveland and Girl Scout Troop 34 all contributed to the […]
The old Baptistry Room has now become the new Prayer Room opening from the vestibule. The painting of St. Margaret, which hung above the altar of the original St. Margaret of Hungary Church, on E. 116th St. near Buckeye Road, has found a new home at St. Emeric Church. The painting of St. Ladislaus, which […]
The Holy Season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on March 2nd. There will be two Masses: 12 Noon at St. Elizabeth and 6 pm here at St. Emeric. We are asked to turn to the Lord with our hearts and repentance all the time, but during Lent this call is highlighted more. […]
On Sunday, February 6, 2022, Bishop Martin Amos inaugurated Father Richard Bona as pastor of St. Emeric parish in the solemn framework of the Mass. The appointment of a pastor is a sign of the diocese’s trust in the parish of St. Emeric and the stability of the parish as a community of permanently established […]
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