The St. Luke Spotlight
What's Happening at St. Luke Parish


Every Tuesday at Two Locations:
St. James, from 8:30 until 11 a.m. and St. Luke from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Sunday, December 7, 2014, 5:30 P.M.

We invite you to this unique prayer service which includes:

Songs of contemplation and consolation written by Tony Alonso, Liam Lawton, and Chris de Silva from GIA Publications, Inc.

Readings from the texts of St. Teresa of Avila, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, St. Francis de Sales, St. Augustine, Thomas Merton, and Cardinal Leo Josef Suenens. These saints provoke the questions: “Who are we?”, “Where are we going?” They remind us that “We can do no great thing, only small things with great love” and that “Christ has no body now but yours.”

Come for an evening of an engaging spiritual experience!


Again this year our parish will provide Christmas Cookies to our homebound parishioners and neighbors. This is a real St. Luke Holiday Tradition but we need your help. Please get your cookiesrecipes out and start baking. The drop-off dates are Dec 10/11 in the Rectory. We will be packing cookies in McBride Hall Dec. 11. We need volunteers to pack, supervise, and deliver cookies. Call Marilynn: 216-521-0184 or email to volunteer.

Click here to download a flyer with more information now.

50+ Club Potluck Dinner
Tuesday, December 16

Click here for more information.

The St. Luke YACHT Club
(Young Adult Catholics Hanging Together)

We will be having an Ugly Sweater Christmas Party at Kevin Robinson’s house (1608 Parkwood Rd. Lakewood, OH 44107) on
Saturday, December 13th. The party begins at 6:00pm, and everyone is asked to bring a dish to share. We hope you can come
celebrate the Advent season and help judge the contest for the Ugliest Sweater! Please feel free to contact Kevin Robinson at or 330-741-0743 to join the YACHT Club or for information or questions regarding these or any
other YACHT Club events. You can also join the YACHT Club onFacebook at
for the most up-to-date news and schedule.


Taize is an ecumenical sung and silent participatory prayer service designed to achieve a contemplative state through music, song, and silence. Short chants, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Using just a few words, the chants express a basic reality of faith, quickly grasped by the mind. As the words are sung over many times, this reality gradually penetrates the whole being.

Click here to view a flyer with dates and more information.



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