Pastors Thoughts

 I hope you have noticed the ladders on the old grade school. The roof repairs have begun. They will complete the grade school first. When completed, the former high school will begin along with starting the gutter replacements on our church building. The complete project, weather permitting, should be in December. If weather doesn’t permit, sometime in the spring. The Organ Restoration is coming along. We need $200,000.00 to fix and replace the leaks, pipe work and electrical problems. So far I am happy to report we have raised nearly $70,000.00. Thank you to all who have donated and if you are able, help us to restore our magnificent organ (maybe not now  but soon to be). I can assure you once completed, you will be in awe at how much power that instrument really has. Finally, the results of our annual Polish Festival are in this weeks bulletin. We profited $29,509. Thank you to all who helped and gave so generously of your time. Fr. Roach


During the month of November, our deceased relatives and friends will be remembered in all of the daily Masses. As in the past, if you wish to have your deceased relatives and friends included, you may do so by printing their names on the All Souls Day card included in your packet of contribution envelopes and dropping it in the collection basket the week before All Souls Day. All cards received will remain on the altar throughout the month of November as a reminder that these souls who have gone before us are still alive not just in our memories and hearts but are alive with our God


We thank Regis Sobinsky of Promotional Solutions, for donating the Red Printed T shirts we sold at the festival. Regis designed and printed the shirts and donated them to us. This was a sizeable donation. Kepp Regis and his family in your prayers.


This Sunday, October 20, 2019 we will celebrate World Mission Sunday. The offerings that will collected for World Mission Sunday are destined for a common fund of solidarity distributed in the Pope’s name, by the Society for the propagation of the Faith among the missions and missionaries of the World.. Please be generous to this cause. Please use the envelope in your mailing packet.


In honor of Priesthood Sunday, October 27, 2019. AM 1260 The Rock is asking the faithful of Northeast Ohio to join us in our second annual Day of Prayer and Fasting for Priests on Friday October 25. Know that it will make a difference in the lives of the clergy who serve us so faithfully. Consider offering a Mass for them, going to adoration, fasting, or making some small sacrifice. More than 30 locations are opening their doors for you. For the complete list of locations, visit Thank you for joining us in this important effort!


St. Barbara Church, 1505 Denison Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44109 will host a Polish Dinner on Sunday, October 27 from 12-3:30 p.m. $ 18.00 per person includes a buffet style dinner with your choice of: Pork Loin, Saurekraut, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffed Cabbage, Saurekraut & Kielbasa, Cabbage & Noodles. Children 6 to 10 years old $ 10.00 under 5 free. Desert and Beverage included. Music provided and a Chinese Raffle. For tickets or information 216 832 4971 or 216 323 8793. Tickets sell very fast!


The National Officers of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America will be in Cleveland on Sunday, October 27 for a “Meet and Greet” luncheon at the St. Casimir Church Social Hall beginning at 12:30 p.m. Lunch tickets are $15 per person but the first 75 PRCUA members to make reservations will receive a complimentary ticket! Contact District 5 Director Mitchell Biena at 216 281 2800 or for further details and to make a reservation. All are welcome to come, meet the National Officers, and find out what is new and exciting with the PRCUA!


The English translation of the book about the forgotten Stigmatic of our parish, Helen Pelczar, is available in English or Polish to purchase for $10. Stop in the sacristy after Mass to purchase a copy. The book is a fascinating story of Helen’s stigmata, sufferings and visions of Christ and our Blessed Mother. Helen Pelczar’s story is very unique to our parish and we would be blessed to have a home saint!

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