Posts from March 2018

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Divine Mercy Sunday

by Laura Cannon

All are invited to join in a Eucharistic Holy Hour, the Divine Chaplet of Mercy, and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 8th, at 3 pm at St. Luke Church, 1212 Bunts Road. Please join us in the Easter celebration of God’s love and mercy on Divine Mercy Sunday. Our Holy Father has granted a plenary indulgence for […]

Redeemed & Restored: “How To Live an Abundant Life”

by Laura Cannon

Have you ever wondered what Jesus was talking about when He said in the Gospel of John, that He came so that we might have life and have it in “abundance?” What is that “full” life all about? Come join the women of Walking with Purpose Catholic Women’s Bible Study, for a beautiful evening of Eucharistic Adoration, an inspiring message, confession, music, and […]

The Development of the Unborn Child

by Laura Cannon

Week #1: The Journey of My Life: Hi! Allow me to introduce myself. My name is ___________hmm, well I guess my name hasn’t been decided yet. Today I was conceived in my mother’s womb, and my mom and dad don’t even know about me yet. I know they will be so excited. It will take about 40 weeks for me […]

Academic Accolades

by Laura Cannon

Congratulations! to the following Saint Edward High School students who are on the Honor Roll for the current grading period: Honors: Fitzpatrick Metzger Daniel Miller Joshua S. Staviscak Patrick E. Triesel

LIVING STATIONS

by Laura Cannon

Living Stations is a live action reenactment of the Stations of the Cross, featuring music from artists of today. The Living Stations is a combination of the 14 traditional Stations of the Cross and the Scriptural Stations as introduced by Pope Saint John Paul II. Each scene powerfully displays humanity and humility, clearly demonstrating the painful journey Jesus had to endure. This […]

Seeds of Literacy

by Laura Cannon

Seeds of Literacy, a nonprofit organization offering free, one-to-one tutoring in adult basic education and GED preparation, has an urgent need for more tutors. Volunteer tutors work individually with students on reading, writing, and math skills, offer encouragement and support, and help students develop confidence and positive attitudes about learning. A tutor training session will be held on Saturday, March 24th, from 9am […]

Institute of Catholic Studies – 2018 Lecture Series

by Laura Cannon

Each year the Institute of Catholic Studies at John Carroll University brings to its students, faculty, and broader community a group of experts on issues of contemporary relevance to the Catholic intellectual tradition and Jesuit higher education. Join us on Sunday, April 8th, at 7:30 pm when Bishop Nelson J. Perez presents “An Evening with Bishop Nelson J. Perez”, in the D.J. Lombardo Student Center […]

Catholic Cemeteries Association Monthly Grief Support Sunday

by Laura Cannon

Please join us for an hour of sharing, listening, learning and healing along your grief journey. Our Grief Support leaders are certified as Ministers of Consolation by the National Catholic Ministry to the Bereaved, Inc. God’s strength will be renewed in you as you join with others traveling similar paths of readjustment after a loss. We do not want you to grieve […]

40 Days for Life

by Laura Cannon

Once again we have witnessed the horrific evidence of the “Culture of Death” in our nation with the latest school shooting which took 17 innocent lives. The 40 Days for Life Campaign is a focused period of prayer and fasting to ask God to turn our nation back to a “Culture of Life” and to end the daily taking of thousands […]

Are You Involved in LCA Athletics?

by Laura Cannon

The time and effort of the many volunteers who assist with LCA athletics is greatly appreciated. Their willingness to be involved indicates an understanding of the benefits our student athletes receive from their participation in the many sports LCA offers. In the weeks ahead, the LCA Athletic Board (LCAAB) will review applications from individuals interested in joining the board. While certain professional skills, […]

Living Stations

by Laura Cannon

Living Stations is a live action reenactment of the Stations of the Cross, featuring music from artists of today. The Living Stations is a combination of the 14 traditional Stations of the Cross and the Scriptural Stations as introduced by Pope Saint John Paul II. Each scene powerfully displays humanity and humility, clearly demonstrating the painful journey Jesus had to endure. This prayerful […]

St. Pio of Pietrelcina Relics Tour, March 4-5

by Laura Cannon

Six relics of St. “Padre” Pio of Pietrelcina will be on display for public veneration at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist on Sunday, March 4th and Monday, March 5th. We invite the faithful throughout the diocese to take advantage of this special opportunity for prayer. Sunday, March 4th, St. Pio Relics Veneration from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm. […]