RESPONSORIAL PSALM: Your words, Lord, are Spirit and life.

TODAY’S MASS INTENTION: Zsolt Dömötörffy, by Éva Szabó


January 24 Monday 9:00 AM John & Antoinette Koterba & Family, by Stephen & Antoinette Rathbun & Family
January 25 Tuesday 9:00 AM Parishioners of St. Emeric and St. Elizabeth parishes
January 26 Wednesday 9:00 AM Andrea Szabolcs, Krisztina Szabolcs, by Éva Szabó
January 27 Thursday 9:00 AM Zofi Lada
January 28 Friday 9:00 AM Elizabeth Balazs, by Rita Balazs
January 29 Saturday 5:00 PM Richard & Wanda Golias, by Marie Golias
January 30 Sunday 11:15 AM Katalin Palotay, by the Family

FROM THE DESK OF FR. BONA: This week I would like to share with you some news. Our diocesan bishop, Bp. Malesic, has named me the pastor of St. Emeric parish and also the pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary parish. Since these are two different offices, I will have to be installed in each parish separately. The installation at St. Emeric will take place on February 6th at our regular Sunday Mass. The Mass and the installation will be presided by Bp. Martin Amos. The installation at St. Elizabeth will take place on February 20th when Bp. Malesic will be there to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the consecration of the current church building.

I am grateful to Bp. Malesic for his trust in me. Even though I am the one receiving a new title for my ministry here at the parish, this news is more about us as a parish and less about me. Naming of a pastor is a sign of stability and confidence of the diocese in us as a community of the Christian faithful.

OUR TERRITORY: One of the documents that I was given was the map and the description of our territory. We are a personal parish, but also a territorial one. Bp. Hoban has given us territory in 1964. I know that I have mentioned this before, but I have not offered the details. The official description is as follows: “North — The new Franklin Avenue (south side only) from West 25th Street to the airline northward extension of West 22nd Street. West ­­– West 25th Street (east side only) from the new Franklin Avenue to Lorain Avenue.  South — Lorain Avenue (north side only) from West 25th Street to its imaginary intersection with Columbus Road.  East — West 22nd Street (both sides included) from its north airline extension to its southernmost extremity, and thence by airline to the imaginary point of intersection of Lorain Avenue and Columbus Road” (see the picture depicting the territory).

A PRAYER BEFORE THE READING OF ANY PART OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES: Come, O Holy Spirit, fill the hearts and minds of your faithful servants and inflame them with the fire of your Divine love. LET US PRAY. O God who by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit did instruct the hearts of your faithful servants grant us in the same Spirit to discern what is right and enjoy his comfort for ever. Through our Lord Jesus Christ who lives and reigns one God with you and the same Spirit world without end. Amen.

PAST COLLECTIONS: January 16: $2,438; Candles: $77. Special donation: $50. May God reward your generosity. Thank you also for sending in your offertory donation when not in attendance at Mass either by mail or on our website using a credit card or the PayPal option:

CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CONSECRATION OF THE CURRENT CHURCH OF ST. ELIZABETH PARISH: On February 20th, St. Elizabeth Parish will celebrate the aforementioned anniversary. The Mass will be at 10AM and Bp. Edward Malesic will be the celebrant. The repaired bells will be blessed and afterwards a light reception will take place. All of you are invited! For planning purposes, please RSVP to Virginia Kachmar (calling home: 216-791-6270 or cell: 216-246-2370).

THIS WEEKEND SECOND COLLECTION is for the Church in Latin America

DOUGHNUT SALE: Ladies of the Altar Guild are baking the traditional Hungarian doughnuts ­– FÁNK – for sale. Please order your doughnuts by January 26th by calling one of the ladies listed below. Cost is $14 a dozen and can be picked up Saturday, January 29 (4­–5PM) and on Sunday before or after the 11:15 AM Mass. To place your order, please call one of the ladies: Marika Zsula 216-676-5863 or Mária Mészaros 440-331-0391.

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK, especially for Bev Kimar, Rose Dudevszky, Teréz Kalász, Gerő Kondray, Lajos Boday.

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE DECEASED, especially for Emery Galla who was buried on January 21, 2022 at Woodvale Cemetery in Middleburgh Heights, OH.

THIS SUNDAY the 11:15 AM Mass (from St. Emeric church) will be livestreamed from and  

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