Sunday, October 16, 2011

Upcoming Cleveland Diocesan events

The Church is made up of all its members. The Cleveland diocese is made up of 8 counties. The church and the diocese is not one individual, even though he has a special hat, and likes to flash his ring. These events are not in parish bulletins, but they still occur.

[3.00 p.m. Saturday, 22 October -- outside the cathedral church on East Ninth Street, Cleveland -- Marian service, including the recitation of the rosary, and songs -- sponsored by Saint Emeric's Parish -- for all evicted parishes and Christians (this took place inside the church to the fear of one priest, and the annoyance of another)]

[1.00 p.m. Saturday, 29 October -- outside the closed St. John the Baptist at 1044 Brown Street in Akron a march against the abuse of children by clergy and the episcopal coverup, and financial scandals all of which is related to the closure of 58 parishes]

11.30 a.m. Sunday, 6 November -- outside the closed St. Casimir on East 82nd there will be the 104th consecutive service since eviction, yes it has been 2 years
St. Casimir Church 8223 Sowinski Ave.
(Adjacent to Rockefeller Park/Ansel Road Exit off MLK Blvd.)

Parish of St. Casimir-in-Exile
Two Year Anniversary Prayer Vigil
"NIE BOJCIE SIE", in Polish means "DO NOT BE AFRAID". These words are the famous words pronounced by the late Pope, John Paul II on his first visit to Poland as the Vicar of Christ. These words ignited a nation to throw off the chains of tyranny.

On Sunday, November 6th, outside the locked gates of St. Casimir Church, the 104th prayer vigil will be held at 11:30 AM. This date marks two years of continuous vigils held in the rain, cold, snow and heat.

We urge all to join us and show solidarity on this special day. At St. Casimir, Poles and non-Poles stand together for all Catholics who have been unjustly treated.

We vow to pray "FOR OUR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AND YOURS". Please join us, your church may be in a second round of closures. As our beloved Karol Wojtyla inspired us in the past, let his words, "DO NOT BE AFRAID" ring out to be heard by all.

Before the Mass of Eviction [11.08.09], St. Casimir's was dedicated to the Blessed Mother. Since then, Our Lady has been Our Guide and Strength.

3.00 p.m. Sunday, 4 December -- outside the closed St. Barbara at West 14th and Denison the parish and friends will meet on St. Barbara's Day


there are ongoing street vigils and prayer services every Sunday

09. 45 a.m. St. Emeric -- West 22nd, next to the West Side Market
11. 30 a.m. St. Casimir -- East 82nd, by the streets with the names of Polish generals (Kosciusko, Pulaski, Sowinski) above Rockefeller Park
11. 30 a.m. St. Patrick -- Rocky River & Puritas
sporadically St. James -- Detroit & Granger
Postscriptum: this entry has been updated a few times and released on other dates. It returns now at its original slot.

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