The new Mass schedule is Saturday 4:30 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Daily masses have not changed.
On Thursday, December 15th we will be involved in our Annual Parish Cookie Christmas Outreach to the Homebound. We will do 400+ boxes of home-made cookies with a few pieces of candy. We need lots of cookies and candy (Hershey Kisses and peppermint hard candy)!!!
If you would like to be involved in this Christmas project with your child or just yourself, we would be grateful for your help. We need cookie bakers, packers, supervisors, and Santa helpers to deliver the cookies. This is a huge undertaking, but one that really expresses the true Spirit of Christmas. We cannot do it without your support. Make this a family Christmas Tradition: baking and delivering cookies that bring Christmas into the hearts of the sick, elderly and homebound of our parish community. Help us bring the Spirit of Christmas into the homes of our homebound through your gift of service.
Please fill out the form below and return to the rectory/Marilynn Streeter.
Thank You for Your Generosity of Time and Talent.
May the Blessings of Christmas fill your home throughout the entire year.
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The annual Retirement Fund for Religious collection will be held December 10/11 in the Diocese of Cleveland. Now in its 29th year, the collection is coordinated by the National Religious Retirement Office (NRRO) and benefits nearly 33,000 elderly Catholic sisters, brothers and religious order priests whose religious communities lack adequate retirement funding. Aging religious need your help. Thousands of senior sisters, brothers, and religious order priests have spent a lifetime working in Catholic schools, hospitals, and agencies-often for little pay. Their sacrifices leave their religious communities without adequate savings for retirement and eldercare. Your gift to the Retirement Fund for Religious collection helps provide prescription medications, nursing care, and more. Please give generously to our second collection December 10/11.
The St. Luke Berevement Support Team would like to invite you to our monthly sharing group: the Uplifting Hearts Sharing Group. We thought 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, December 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.
In addition to daily Mass on Holy Days of Obligation, there is also mass at 5:30PM.