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Saint John Of The Cross
140 Richmond Rd,
Euclid, Ohio 44143
A Roman Catholic Community
In The Diocese Of Cleveland
est. 2009
216-289-0770
www.saintjohnofthecross.org
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Our parish is now offering a new option for you to use for contributions to the church. Online Giving is available for those of you who would like to make donations online! Online Giving is a website provided by Our Sunday Visitor who also prints our envelopes. Online Giving enables our parish to take advantage of new tools to become more efficient. read more
Online Contribution Program
ST. JOHN OF THE CROSS
PRAYER NETWORK HOTLINE
216-289-0770 ext. 33
Call and leave a short message regarding your request. Let us know when your request has been answered, we can offer prayers of thanksgiving. All information will kept confidential.
LITURGICAL TRIBUTE FUND
One of the most important things that we do when someone close to us dies is to honor their memory. As a way to do that, we have started the Saint John of the Cross liturgical Tribute Fund. All money that is donated to this fund in memory of a love one or friend will be used to purchase items utilized in our worship and help us to do all that we can to assure that we have what we need to worship well.
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WINDOW LEGACY: Honor your loved one, or remember a special event with a lasting legacy. Our Stained Glass Window Legacy Campaign will offer you the opportunity to dedicate a window or the Sacred Heart Mosaic. Please pick up a brochure in the Gathering Area to learn more.
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Your Knights of Columbus Council/Helping Others
With over 1.8 million members, the Knights of Columbus has contributed time and energy in service to their community worldwide. Want to know more? You can visit the Knights at www.kofc.org. For an update on your Knights of Columbus Council at St. John of the Cross, contact William Knox at 216-965-8693 or Jack Solpa at 216.261.6866. We are here for you and our community at large.
St. Fiacre Ministry
Several of our parishioners have adopted a small flower garden area around the grounds. In the spring they have tenderly planted beautiful perennials and annuals to keep our grounds so attractive for all who enter. Many visitors in the summer attend Mass at our outdoor shine and enjoy the tranquility of its surroundings the Fiacre Ministry has provided. God has blessed our parish with a beautiful property and the responsibility to maintain its beauty. If you enjoy the outdoors or gardening please consider joining the Fiacre Ministry April 21st at 6:30pm to learn more about this wonderful and rewarding ministry. If you are unable to attend but would like more information please call the Parish Office (216) 289- 0770.
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HE IS RISEN
The celebration of the Easter Vigil is the beginning of the season of Easter. The Vigil is the Christian feast par excellence, the feast of new birth, new beginnings, salvation renewed, and humanity restored to the Lord. While the Vigil marks the end of the paschal fast, the end of the celebration of Holy Week, and the end of repentance and conversion for which Lent prepared the community, it is much more a beginning. It is the beginning of a new season of grace and a time of joy and thanksgiving, for Easter is not one day or one solemnity—it is a fifty day celebration, and the fifty days from Easter Sunday to Pentecost Sunday together comprise what the General Instruction terms "the great Sunday".
EASTERTIDE
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SRW SCHOOL REGISTRATION:
Registration for the 2015-2016 school year is now open for children in Preschool through Grade 8. In partnership,
St. John of the Cross and Ss. Robert and William Catholic School are accepting applications for enrollment.
Euclid residents with school age children that would be assigned to Bluestone, Arbor or Shoreview Elementary as well as Forest Park or Central Middle School may be eligible for the EdChoice Scholarship. For more information or to set up a Kindergarten screening, please call Maureen Frydl at 216.731.1515 X229 or mfrydl@srwschool.cc.
Visit www.srwschool.cc to download an application.
BOCCE SIGN UP
This is the last weekend to sign up for bocce Women’s (Wednesday nights), and Couples (Friday nights) leagues. Sign up forms are in the gathering area. This is a wonderful way to enjoy the sport and get to meet many other parishioners. Hope to see YOU on the courts. If you have any questions please call Joanne Myeress at
216- 261-4190 or Barb Grauel at 216-486-5276.
PLEASE NOTE: On Thursday, May 21st, there will be a 7:00pm Mass and Bishop Richard M. Lennon will be confirming 30 candidates. Because of the sacredness of this occasion, the Mass will end later than usual. There will be no 6:30pm Mass that evening!
CELEBRATION PLAZA paver options is a wonderful way to “etch” your place in our parish and your family’s history. Pick up a brochure /order form in the Gathering Area.
SECOND BLESSINGS
(our parish “rummage sale”) will be accepting donated items, which can be dropped off any time between Mon.-Sat. 9am-2pm at the Parish Community Center (former school). Donated items should have all pieces/parts, be in good working condition (especially electronics and appliances). All batteries removed, not be broken or
damaged, be free of mildew, mold and pet odor. Clothing must be “Nearly New” (no stains or tears). We can NOT accept the following items; pianos, organs, batteries/paint/chemicals, broken/ rusted items, baby cribs or car seats, computer CRT monitors (only flat screen), inkjet printers, entertainment units, TV unless flat screen, encyclopedias, tires, large upholstered furniture, mattresses/box springs.