April 3, 2016: Join us Sunday for Armchair Mystics Prayer. Meeting will be in Room 2.
Please join us for coffee hour after 9:30 and 11:30 Mass in the hall to enjoy fellowship and treats on this most Blessed day.
In keeping with our St. Malachi tradition, there is no Coffee Hour on March 20, 2016, Palm Sunday after either Mass. The church will be open for Eucharistic adoration between masses. Fr. Tony and Fr. Jim O’Donnell will be available for the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession).
Join us for a discussion on discipleship and hope on Sunday, March 13, 2016.
Our very own Meg Kilbane-Barbalics will share her ministry with the Cleveland L’Arche Community.
Please join us from 10:15AM – 11:15AM on Sunday, March 6, 2016 for our Sundays at St. Malachi program for a morning of Lenten prayer. All are welcome — please gather in Classroom 2 on the 2nd floor of the school building.
Join us for a discussion on discipleship and hope on February 28, 2016 .
Rev. George Hrbeck, long-time neighborhood pastor & activist will share his thoughts & experiences.
St. Malachi history displayed during our 150th Jubilee year will be on display on Sunday, January 31, 2016 in the school hall. Enjoy the presentation of St. Malachi’s important historical events over the past 150 years.
Parish Council created an Organization and Structure Task Force which has been reviewing Parish Council structures and parish operations so we can operate more effectively for the sake of our mission and ministry. Task Force members will update the parish about their work thus far. New proposals are being considered to help move us into the future. Be part of this important conversation at 10:15AM in the hall on Sunday, January 24, 2016.
Join us at 10:15AM on Sunday, January 10, 2016 for a panel discussion regarding the world’s refugee crisis and how Catholic Charities Office of Migration and Refugee Services, one of the largest agencies in the United States offering refugee assistance, is helping refugees with resettlement of refugees here in Cleveland. A representative from the Office of Migration and Refugee Services and some recently arrived refugees in the Cleveland area will be on the panel. The event will be moderated by Mary MacNamera of St. Malachi Parish. There will be discussion of how we are called to assist with the Syrian refugee crisis.
Begin the new year at 10:15AM Sunday, January 3 with a Potluck Breakfast, singing and time to share stories of Christmas. Bring your favorite breakfast foods and celebrate the joy of the Christmas season! Join us for Mass at either 9:00AM or 11:30AM, and enjoy the potluck breakfast in the School Hall!