St. Paul says that Christ made one sacrifice for all time. So why do we celebrate Mass each week? Click on the audio clip below to learn why. Fr. Tony explains at the beginning of the preparation of gifts during the 11:30 AM Mass on Sunday, November 15th.
We are pleased to share this homily, preached by Fr. Tony Schuerger at the 11:30 AM Mass on Sunday, November 15th, 2015,.
Fr. Tony added some additional catechesis at the beginning of the Preparation of the Gifts to explain why we celebrate Mass each week – even as St. Paul says that Christ made one sacrifice for all time.
We are grateful to the students of Magnificat High School and to Michael Sweeny, prayed Our Lady of Knock in song.
A very special thank you to Jon Loufman who led the donation portion of the event and stayed with us until the last minute, despite being called back to the station unexpectedly.
Although the final totals are not yet complete, more than $70,000 was pledged during the “giving” portion of the evening. A fantastic success!
Sunday, 11/22/2015 is the Feast of Christ the King, the end of the Church year, so Advent will begin the following week.
During this one hour in the School Hall we will prepare our hearts and hands for Advent through loving service in the name of Christ our King.
If you can, please bring PB & J, bread, socks, hats & gloves, hand warmers and cereal bars for gift bags that we will be preparing for our neighbors in less fortunate circumstances.
While we are together we will have a variety of service activities, with something appropriate for every age. These activities will include making sandwiches, writing Christmas cards for our parish shut-ins, and preparing gift packages for our homeless neighbors. In addition, we will have Advent materials available that you can take home for your home Advent devotions. Come to this great St. Malachi Parish event, there is something for all ages!
Cooks for the main dish are needed for the Monday Night Meal on the third Monday of each month. If you can help us, please contact Greg Gortz at email@example.com or 440-227-7360.
L’Arche Cleveland is holding their annual Bake Sale for Solidarity next Sunday, November 22, from 9 am-1 pm. With our usual sweet treats, we will also be selling gift baskets you can take to your loved ones for the holiday. Proceeds from the bake sale will benefit L’Arche Solidarity.
To honor our 40th Anniversary in Cleveland, the L’Arche community has partnered with musicians, choirs and performers from around our city to create our holiday CD, Home for the Holidays in Cleveland! Each CD is $10 and will allow L’Arche Cleveland to continue to live our mission of making known the gifts of people with developmental disabilities by mutually transforming relationships. We hope to see you there!
The annual collection for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) will take place at Masses on November 22 & 23, 2015. CCHD was founded to end the cycle of poverty in the United States by funding organizations that help individuals help themselves.
With a history of improving education, housing situations and community economic development, CCHD makes a positive impact in communities nationwide. Your contribution will defend human dignity and reach out to those living on the margins. Please give to the CCHD collection.