This week, St. Malachi received an acknowledgement card, the kind that usually are sent to those who offer condolences when a person has died. Although the printed verse was typical of such cards in expressing appreciation, the note was not: Thank you for making your showers available, feeding and clothing my son and treating him Read more ..
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Dr. Louise Prochaska taught us the development of the understanding (as if we ever could, really) and the experience of Christ as God and as man, in word, art, and prayer. Below are her notes from the evening. After the notes is a litany I hope you will consider praying. Those who attended the evening Read more ..
Present: Lou Keim, Kevin O’Donnell, Ken Rocco, Matt Rossman, Mary Jo Schwartz, Mary Jane Treichel, Patrick Cleary Burns, Kate Galo, Fr. Tony Schuerger, Joe Nagel, Terry Jungquist, Charlene McIlwee, Pam Pulizzi, Dave Kennard, Unable to attend: Bill Johansen I. Opening Prayer – Mary Jane Note: Following prayer, Lou gave a brief overview of how our Read more ..
On Wednesday, The Plain Dealer reported that the group “Endangered Catholics” is calling for an immediate, diocesan-wide boycott of collections, withholding “any further financial contributions to any Roman Catholic Church until Bishop Richard Lennon agrees to mediation with each parish protesting its closing.” This is a tactic to leverage withholding contributions into negotiating power. The Read more ..
Following months of hard work and dedication by over 100 volunteers, the new St. Malachi Parish opened its doors to the members so grateful that their Church was not closed down. At the same time our hearts and prayers went out to St. Wendelin and other Parishes in our Diocese who are forced to close. Read more ..
Christmas Mass Schedule St. Malachi Parish, Cleveland Ohio Christmas Eve 4:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. (music begins at 9:30) Christmas Day 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m. Feast of the Holy Family December 27 9:30 11, and 12:30 p.m. New Year’s Eve vigil Mass December 31 4:30 p.m. New Year’s Day 10 a.m. Feast Read more ..