Hurricane/Wildfire Relief

With all the natural disasters occurring lately, the fires of the West Coast and the hurricanes in the South, there are thousands of people who have been displaced.

 

This is a special appeal to support the USCCB Bishops Emergency Disaster Fund. Please make checks payable to:  Our Lady of Grace

 

Envelopes are available at the collection baskets.   Please return them by  October 11.

 

Thank for you being so kind and generous.

Catholic Women’s Conference

Bishop Malesic to Celebrate Opening Mass for Cleveland Catholic Women’s Conference

Join Brooke Taylor, Debbie Georgianni of EWTN Radio’s “Take 2,” singer/songwriter Taylor Tripodi, and Mother Gabriella of Christ the Bridegroom Monastery for this year’s Cleveland Catholic Women’s Conference. The conference will begin at 9 AM with Mass celebrated by the 12th Bishop of Cleveland, the Most Rev. Edward C. Malesic.  Inspired by St. Therese of Lisieux, the theme is “Simply Holy: Living God’s Will in All Things.” The conference will be live streamed on Saturday, October 17th beginning at 9 AM. Participate in your home with small groups or on your own as you pray, learn, and grow in your faith.

Don’t wait!  Register before October 1st  at www.clecatholicwomen.org to receive your conference welcome package.

CATHOLIC CONFERENCE OF OHIO – ELECTION INFORMATION

Here are links that help explain and guide Catholics in the upcoming election.

MAKING MORAL CHOICES

CATHOLIC CONFERENCE OF OHIO RESOURCES ON ELECTION ISSUES 

 

OLG Prayer Circle

Looking for an opportunity to help others?  Join the OLG Prayer Circle.

We pray for all in need of prayers! We communicate by e-mail.

Call the office to join — (330) 278-4121.

Call the office with your prayer requests!

OLG – MASSES Resume

OLG weekend Masses Saturdays, 4 pm and Sundays at 8 and 11 am  Weekday Masses resume Monday, Tuesday, and Friday 8 am

Please note that these guidelines are subject to change based upon the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control, the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Conference of Bishops and the safe protection of the faithful.  Thank you for your understanding.

Any parishioner not feeling well is encouraged to participate in Mass from home.  Any person with a temperature of 100.4° F or more should refrain from public Mass attendance.

Dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains in effect. The Easter Duty obligation is extended for a period of one year from the end of the Easter Season 2020. If you would like to read the full diocesan regulations CLICK HERE to be directed to the Diocese Website

Per the Diocese and safety of all, please:

  1. Wear a mask, please.
  2. Enter the EAST doors (Ridge Road side).
  3. Hand sanitizer is available near the door.
  4. Social distance – 6 feet
  5. Communion procession from the side aisles. Slip off your mask, receive Communion, put mask back on and use the center aisle to return to your pew.
  6. Dismissal from the last pew first.
  7. Ushers, wearing gloves, will hand out bulletins as you leave.

Sacrament of Reconciliation –

3 – 3:45 pm Saturdays.

Stand or sit on the chair (allows proper distance).  Use wipes (in the confessional) to clean the chair for the next person.

Call Father Bill to schedule (330-278-4121).  

Medina County Right to Life

Pet Blessing – 12:30 pm October 4

BLANKET SUNDAY

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Annual Blanket Sunday
October 10-11, 2020

 The 34th annual Blanket Sunday appeal kicks off the weekend of October 10-11, 2020.  Last year, funds from the appeal were used to purchase and distribute over 6,000 blankets and 200 beds to the homeless and low-income individuals and families throughout Northeast Ohio.  Although the pandemic has caused a reduction in the number of parish in-pew Blanket Sunday donation envelopes available, the need is still great and donations can be made securely online at  https://www.svdpcle.org/donate-today/blanket-sunday/.   Checks may also be mailed to:
St. Vincent de Paul Society Blanket Sunday, 1404 East 9th Street-3rd Floor, Cleveland, OH 44114. 

ROSARY MONTH – October

Fr. Edward Looney was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Green Bay in June 2015, and is an internationally recognized Marian theologian, writer, speaker, and radio personality. He currently serves as Administrator of two rural Wisconsin parishes. You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram at the handle @FrEdwardLooney.

The rosary is a powerful prayer. In Fatima, Our Lady said, “pray the rosary every day for peace in the world.” I’m certain Our Lady wants us to pray the rosary everyday now for the end to the global health crisis.

In these rosary meditations, you will discover how we can pray with and around the current situation, by using the life of Jesus and Mary. I hope these meditations enrich your prayer life and prove fruitful for the world.

Rosary Meditations OCTOBER 2020

Stations of the Cross

 

Masses Available “LIVE”

AM1260 The Rock offers those at home to participate in the Holy Mass as follows:  For a complete schedule CLICK HERE:

ST. ALBERT THE GREAT – CLICK HERE

Mass live streamed daily 9:00 am and Saturday at 4:00 pm.

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER  – CLICK HERE  

YouTube with daily mass and Sunday mass recordings.

ST. AMBROSE – CLICK HERE

Live streamed mass as well as a few out there for playback.  Link to the daily readings.

CLICK TO WATCH: Diocese of Cleveland Daily Mass

Questions?

Online Giving

Upcoming Events

Oct
1
Thu
10:30 am CANCELLED -Christian Moms
CANCELLED -Christian Moms
Oct 1 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Church Hall
7:00 pm Rosary for Peace
Rosary for Peace
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Takes place at the Two Hearts Shrine in summer months and in the Church in fall and winter.
Oct
2
Fri
8:00 am Daily Mass
Daily Mass
Oct 2 @ 8:00 am – 8:30 am
 
Oct
3
Sat
3:00 pm Confession
Confession
Oct 3 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
 
4:00 pm Vigil Mass
Vigil Mass
Oct 3 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
 
Oct
4
Sun
8:00 am Mass
Mass
Oct 4 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
 
11:00 am Mass
Mass
Oct 4 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
 


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rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and dedicated to our Blessed Mother,
value our mission to make God’s presence visible in today’s world. In service to God’s will, and with the Holy Spirit’s guidance,
we manifest God’s peace, love and saving presence as we pray, worship, work and live together in His Name.