There will be a $20 late fee for registering for PSR after September 1st!
Click here to register your child for the 2016-2017 year! We are making lots of great changes to the program and hope to make this the best year of PSR yet! Payment can be made by check and sent to the Parish Office or brought on the first day of class (Sept. 12).
The St. Luke Berevement Support Team would like to invite you to our monthly sharing group: the Uplifting Hearts Sharing Group. We thoght it may be helpful to have an ongoing monthly opportunity to just drop in for coffee or lunch, as we sit down together at Panera on Center Ridge Road in Rocky River. Come to share information, concerns, feelings, or questions about your loss -- new or old, a loved one, a job, a life change, health, whatever is contributing to your grief. We will have general support literature available and will follow up with any materials you may need. We just want to be a part, whether small or large, of your journey with grief. Come to just one meeting, come every month, or just whenever you need it.
Wednesday, September 14th is our next meeting.
We will meet on the second Wednesday of every month at 11:30AM.
For questions, please call Marilynn or the Parish Office at 216.521.0184.
Click here to download a Sunday School registration form.
Sunday School will begin again on August 21st during the 9:30 mass. It will be in the school building. Join us for prayers, songs, stories and crafts while we learn about Jesus and God's world around us. See the Registration Form in today's Bulletin. Completed Registration forms can be put in the box at the back of church or emailed to email@example.com. For questions or additional information please contact Carol Ormsby at 216-905-8128 or firstname.lastname@example.org. See you there!
Aug 28, 2016 C 22nd Ordinary Stewardship Bulletin
“…blessed indeed will you be because of their inability to repay you. For you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous.” Luke 14:14
True humility is not self-deprecation, but honest self-awareness. A disciple truly aware of what it means to follow Jesus cannot help but live in humble service to others. In the Gospel today, Jesus warns us not to give in to hopes of repayment, but to give open-handedly without judgment to those in need. That sort of giving mirrors the bountiful giving of God and Jesus assures us it is blessed indeed!
Many people have been impressed and attracted by the humility of Pope Francis. He lives in two rooms of a hotel, paid his own housing bill the day after his election, made a sandwich to feed his Swiss Guard, invites the poor to eat with him, washes prisoner’s feet, installs showers and bathrooms for the homeless and brings them to tours of the Sistine Chapel. His humility is humbling and challenging. He walks his talk and the talk of Jesus.
We can make a difference. Pay it forward! Give to people in your life who cannot possibly return your good deeds. Who can you help in your life? Is it your parents, your brother or sister, a neighbor, a co-worker, a stranger, someone in your community, your parish?