Join us this Wednesday, December 7, 2016, at 7:00 PM forfor prayers and reflection based on Praying with Teresa of Avila by Rosemary Broughton; materials provided. You do not need to be present for every session to benefit. Make us a part of your Advent prayer.
Metanoia provides hospitality for the homeless 7:00 PM –7:00 AM in the school on the weekends. Let’s send our guests off with granola bars, snack packs, juice boxes, water bottles and body warmers. These items are needed all winter long. Please leave your gifts in church at St. Malachi shrine or bring them to the Religious Ed Office in the school between Masses.
The Daughters of St. Paul are known for their fresh arrangements of time-honored classics. Their Christmas concerts communicate God’s extraordinary love for every person.
Well-loved carols and holiday favorites combine a heartwarming collection of both lively and moving songs that celebrates the glory, wonder and joy of the Christmas season.
There is secure parking at the Cathedral Garage on Rockwell Avenue at E. 9th Street.
Join Patrick Cleary-Burns for an Advent day of prayer and reflection: The Lord Hears the Cry of the Poor; Blessed be the Lord! We will gather in the church at 10:00 AM on Saturday, December 3, 2016 and be together until 3:30 PM (just in time for everyone to get ready to celebrate 4:30 Mass). Bring your own beverages and lunch.
A free-will offering will support the ministries of St. Malachi. The day will be spent with communal and private prayer, small group sharing and a few presentations. We will focus on the hope of the season that calls us to community and discipleship. Please register by calling or emailing Jeanette Shemo in the rectory. (216) 861-5343
On Sunday, December 11, 2016, St. Malachi Parish will again deliver fruit baskets to the residents at Lakeview Tower Apartments before and after the Masses. This unique St. Malachi tradition is a memorable opportunity for families and individuals to share a gift and a smile with our neighbors during the Christmas Season. Please save the date and plan on joining other parishioners and volunteers in this effort. You can help deliver starting at 9:00 AM, before 11:30 Mass or after 9:00 Mass until 1:00 PM. Contact Jeff Barbalics, (216) 426-5272 firstname.lastname@example.org. com or Linda Kennard, (216) 661-7130, linken22@ yahoo.com for more information.
You have heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but have you heard of Giving Tuesday? Giving Tuesday is the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, a global day of online giving: Tuesday, November 29, 2016.
Plan on rallying your friends and supporting your favorite organization (us!) as part of the first-ever online day of Catholic Giving in Northeast Ohio. Then click on our #weGiveCatholic button to make a donation on Tuesday, November 29. All donations from the #weGiveCatholic initiative will benefit St. Malachi’s Food Ministries!
Bishop Richard Lennon will speak at the Fall Meeting of the Bishops at the First Friday Club of Cleveland, Thursday, December 1, 2016 starting at 11:30 AM at Cleveland City Club, 850 Euclid Ave., 2nd floor. Discount parking available at the Euclid-Prospect Gateway Garage for $3 with First Friday Club stamp. Lunch is $25. For reservations email: email@example.com or call (440) 390-0172.
On Sunday, December 4, 2016 from 2:00-3:00 PM, all are welcome to Christmas cheer featuring the Men’s Chorus of St. Edward High School and the Cat-O’-Tonics of St Ignatius High School, followed by a donut reception sponsored by Peace, Love and Little Donuts. Win raffle prizes!
Tickets are $10; all proceeds benefit the Women’s Outreach Center. The event will be held at River’s Edge, 3430 Rocky River Drive. Call (216) 688-1111, x251 to register or www.RiversEdgeCleveland.com.
Join us on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 7:00PM in the church to experience the writings of Thomas Merton’s reflection and prayer with Bridges to Contemplative Living.