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Thanks to our wonderful volunteers, our annual Reverse Raffle was a huge success! Hopefully you were able to join us and were lucky enough to win a cash prize or a gift basket. Even if you didn’t win anything (like me) there was still a lot of good food, drink and an evening of fun.
Here are some pictures from the evening.
Grand Prize, $2000
Our annual Reverse Raffle will be held on Saturday, April 28th at 5:30pm. This event sells out quick at just $50 a ticket!!! Get your friends and family together for a great night of fun, great food, raffles, 50/50 boards, a chance to walk out with $2,000 in your pocket and all the while have helped raised money for our parish.
Tickets on sale now, you can charge by phone by calling the rectory, 216-696-1926. Only 200 tickets available! What’s your lucky number?
Hopefully you were able to join us for Holy Week and Easter services. If not, here are some photos from the weekend.
Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord Mass begins at 9:45am
Monday Mass at 11am followed by Stations of the Cross
Monday, Tenebrae Service at St. Boniface, 7pm
Thursday of the Lord’s Supper (Holy Thursday) 6pm
Good Friday of the Passion of the Lord, 3pm
Food Blessing, Saturday at 2pm
Easter Vigil in the Holy Night of Easter, gather at 7:30pm
Easter Day Mass at 10am
The 2018 Catholic Charities Annual In-Pew Appeal is February 10-11
Your support is an act of mercy that will change lives.
Watch the video below to learn more.
Please be generous!
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Happy New Year!
Your help is needed to collect items for the Cleveland Police Department’s Second District clothing drive for our homeless population. There is a box in the back of the church for our donations.
“The Cleveland Police Second District will be teaming up with the community to collect cold weather clothing for our homeless population. Specific items that are most needed are socks, boots, gloves, and thermal underwear for adult men and women. Lightly used laundered items will be accepted. We look forward to your generosity!”
If you missed the lecture on the Prayer Labyrinth, watch the YouTube video (below) of the lecture thanks to George Gates, parishioner and owner of Commercial Sound and Image.