Below is the schedule of Masses and liturgical services for the Holy Week. You will notice that there will be no Mass on Holy Thursday at St. Emeric and there will be no Easter Vigil at St. Elizabeth. Being administrator of two parishes presents a challenge at times like these. Hence, I needed to make […]
This week begins the Holy Season of Lent with Ash Wednesday on February 17th. There will be two Masses: 12 Noon at St. Elizabeth and 6 pm here at St. Emeric. Be aware that the distribution of ashes will be conducted differently this year. Ashes will be sprinkled on one’s head instead of imposed on […]
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Dec. 24, Thursday: Christmas Eve, Solemn Mass at 8:00 PM (St. Elizabeth) Dec. 24, Thursday: Christmas Eve, Solemn Mass at 11:00 PM Dec. 25, Friday, Christmas Day, Solemn Mass at 9:30 AM (St. Elizabeth) Dec. 25, Friday, Christmas Day, Solemn Mass at 11:00 AM Dec. 26, Saturday, Anticipated Mass of the Feast of the Holy […]
HOLY WEEK ON LINE SERVICES: – NOT FOR PHYSICAL PRESENCE BUT LIVE-STREAMED on Facebook Holy Thursday: 7PM Last Supper of Our Lord – live streamed on Facebook from St. Elizabeth Church Good Friday: 3PM Stations of the Cross – live streamed on Facebook from St. Elizabeth Church Good Friday: 7PM Passion […]
Ohio bishops suspend publicly celebrated Masses/liturgies through Holy Week/Easter After serious consideration of the grave health risk involved in public gatherings and in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the bishops of Ohio have decided — effective immediately — to suspend temporarily all publicly celebrated Masses/liturgies, at least through the celebrations of Holy Week and […]
LENT BEGINS THIS WEDNESDAY, WITH ASH WEDNESDAY, a day of strict fast (3 meals but only one full meal for all Catholics between the age of 14 to 60) , and abstinence from meat. As a symbol of penance, ashes will be distributed on both Wednesday and the following Sunday after the Mass. Please note […]
WARMEST WELCOME to our sisters and brothers with whom today we praise God. Also, we welcome our guests at the annual pork sausage dinner and “mardi gras” carnival festivities afterwards. Many thanks to the committed parishioners who worked so hard to make these festivities for 200 people possible. May God bless you abundantly for your […]