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  • Pope Francis names Bishop Nelson Perez as Bishop of Cleveland
  • Congratulations Joan Skalak on her retirement from Pastoral Minister.
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  • Congratulations Fr. Jim Cosgrove
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  • HFS grads at the 2017 St. Vincent St. Mary Baccalaureate Mass ...
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  • Congratulations to Miss Yeager (44 years) Mrs. Malecky (26 years) and ...
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  • Meal Prep at St. Bernard's
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  • The Atrium for the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd was dedicated ...
  • The Atrium for the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd was dedicated ...
  • Honduras Medical Mission Team at Sunday Mass
  • 2017 Honduras Medical Mission
  • Fr. Mike Ausperk, Fr. Paul Rosing and Fr. Kevin Klonowski
  • Transitional Deaconite Ordination
  • Transitional Deaconite Ordination
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  • 70th Anniversary Spaghetti Dinner
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Holy Family Mission Trip to Texas

Thank you for your generosity to those in need in Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey.  The items collected by the Holy Family School students for students in Texas has already been delivered. Deacon John Green and 14 others from Holy Family Parish arrived safely in Dickinson, Texas Thursday morning and have been helping mainly so far at the Retreat Center where they are staying, helping some neighbors in need and waiting for approval from the insurance adjuster to begin ripping out the devastated first floor of the Rectory at The Shrine of the True Cross Parish. Thank you very much for your most generous donations of items and more than $17,000.  Here are some photos from Jim McClarnon in Texas with the Holy Family Parish mission group.
Fr. Paul Rosing
Fr. Mike Ausperk
Fr. Kevin Klonowski




"A Heartbreaking Moment" – For US Church, DACA Repeal "Reprehensible"

Upon this morning's announcement that the Trump administration would rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the US' Catholic leadership has responded with an exceptional degree of fury.

In a form reserved solely for the most significant policy pronouncements of the Stateside bishops, the USCCB president and vice-president, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston and Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles, issued a searing response within minutes of Attorney General Jeff Sessions' confirmation that DACA permits would begin expiring in six months and gradually be "phased out," pending a new arrangement enacted by Congress:
The cancellation of the DACA program is reprehensible. It causes unnecessary fear for DACA youth and their families. These youth entered the U.S. as minors and often know America as their only home. The Catholic Church has long watched with pride and admiration as DACA youth live out their daily lives with hope and a determination to flourish and contribute to society: continuing to work and provide for their families, continuing to serve in the military, and continuing to receive an education. Now, after months of anxiety and fear about their futures, these brave young people face deportation. This decision is unacceptable and does not reflect who we are as Americans.

The Church has recognized and proclaimed the need to welcome young people: 'Whoever welcomes one of these children in my name welcomes me; and whoever welcomes me does not welcome me but the one who sent me' (Mark 9:37). Today, our nation has done the opposite of how Scripture calls us to respond. It is a step back from the progress that we need to make as a country. Today's actions represent a heartbreaking moment in our history that shows the absence of mercy and good will, and a short-sighted vision for the future. DACA youth are woven into the fabric of our country and of our Church, and are, by every social and human measure, American youth.

We strongly urge Congress to act and immediately resume work toward a legislative solution. We pledge our support to work on finding an expeditious means of protection for DACA youth.

As people of faith, we say to DACA youth – regardless of your immigration status, you are children of God and welcome in the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church supports you and will advocate for you.

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World Synod of Bishops

World Synod of Bishops to discuss Youth, Faith and Vocational Discernment

In preparation for the World Synod of Bishops in October 2018 whose topic is "Youth, Faith and Vocational Discernment," please consider taking a brief survey.  More information and access to the survey that applies to you can be found at 


Thank you and please pray for our youth and young adults!

Fr. Paul Rosing

Fr. Mike Ausperk

Fr. Kevin Klonowski




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