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Saturday – Friday Masses will stay available until Noon on Fridays – and then will be reset for the upcoming week.

 

Click on the date below, to watch Mass.

Act of Spiritual Communion

 

June 19 —Saturday Vigil Mass, 4 pm

June 21 – Monday Morning Mass, 8 am

June 22 – Tuesday Morning Mass, 8 am

June 25 – Friday Morning Mass, 8 am

 

How Should We Receive The Eucharist?

Fr. Allen from the

answers the question of “Should you receive Eucharist in your hands or on your tongue?”

FOOD PANTRY BOX AVAILABLE AT OLG

Visit the OLG Food Pantry Box.

 

 It is located on the wall by the Church Office entrance. Anyone may drive up and take what food items you need. 

 

When dropping off donations for the Food Pantry Box, please place the dry, non-perishable items (cans, boxes, etc.) inside the box.  There are plans to have the PSR classes help with the stocking of the shelves throughout the next school year.

 

Life is Precious – Medina County Right to Life

Medina County Right to Life’s 7th Annual Baby Photo Contest is here!  To enter go to:  www.gogophotocontest.com/lifeisprecious 

 

Open this document for more information: Baby Photo Contest – Medina County Right to Life 2021

 

Edmund Gulan – Memorial Mass


imageEdmund Joseph Gulan of Hinckley, OH, passed peacefully at home on June 11th with Leslie by his side. He was a determined and courageous man having fought the cancer battle for 15 years when his original prognosis was only 4-5 years.

Edmund was born February 24, 1940, to the late Edmund and Agnes (nee Blatnik) Gulan.

 

Edmund is survived by his spouse Leslie (Hepler Reynolds); daughters Cathy Burless (Rob) and Connie Kizys (Don); grandson Austin Kizys; brother Robert Gulan (Linda); sisters Doris Petrencsik (Ken), Geralyn Hlavna (Al), and Janice Havasi (Jeno); and many nieces and nephews. He was a lifelong friend not only to his high school gang but also a friend and role-model to many young people, especially those who worked with him at Jay-O Machine.


No flowers or donations please


A Memorial Mass will be held at Our Lady of Grace Church, 1088 Ridge Road, Hinckley, on Friday, June 25 at 10:30 a.m. 

 

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Religious Freedom Week – June 22 — June 29

Religious Freedom Week 2021: Solidarity in Freedom

 

“Solidarity means much more than engaging in sporadic acts of generosity. It means thinking and acting in terms of community” (Fratelli tutti, 116). 

 

Religious freedom allows the Church, and all religious communities, to live out their faith in public and to serve the good of all.  Beginning June 22, (the feast of Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher), the USCCB invites Catholics to pray, reflect, and act to promote religious freedom.   Visit our website for links to the USCCB for additional ways to Pray, Reflect, and Act.   (USCCB)

Click on the links in the above paragraph.  Also click on the document below to read more.

Religious Freedom Week 2021

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OLG Pride Day 2021


Mission Statement: We, the Roman Catholic faith community of Our Lady of Grace Church, 
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.