AUGUST 18, 2018 – SATURDAY NOON – 11:00 PM St. Stephen Day Hungarian Festival shares the ethnic heritage of Hungarians as preserved and practiced in Cleveland through showcasing our Christian values, our folk traditions especially in music and dance, and in the sharing of the gastronomical wonders of the Hungarian kitchen. Saturday, beginning at noon, […]
Dear Parishioners, We gladly inform you, that we will be celebrating the 125th anniversary of the founding of our parish on October 15 :of this year. It is incredible for us as parishioners to think that our St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish, under the leadership of Fr. Charles Boehm, built the first Hungarian Roman Catholic […]
The May Crowning is a Marian devotion that became widespread in Catholic culture at the end of the 16th century. Our parish also celebrated this beautiful ritual on Mothers’ Day with the assistance of one of our youngest parishioners, Harper Kaman. Fr. Antal presents a bouquet of flowers picked from the parish garden. Harper and […]
The Karacsony and Rozsnyai families, who have been in this country for 22 and 20 years, respectively, arrived as Green Card holders and were the first of the new wave of Hungarian immigrants from Transylvania to join the St. Elizabeth parish community. The Rozsnyai family celebrates Easter at St. Elizabeth Church. The Rozsnyai family celebrates […]
On October 13, the interior renovations and painting of the church were completed after nearly three months of work. The water-damaged walls and plasterwork were repaired and then repainted by the team of Tim Haas at Decorative Artworks, Inc. of Newbury, Ohio. As part of the beautification of the church, the stained glass windows were washed […]
On Friday, September 9, our parish held its sixth annual pilgrimage to the Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation in Carey, Ohio. Members from our parish as well as guests from other parishes took a bus trip to the shrine, where we attended Mass, shared lunch in the Shrine Cafeteria, prayed the […]
The restoration and painting of the walls in the church have begun. During these repairs, we will celebrate Sunday Mass in Bohm Hall, located in the basement of the church.
On Pentecost Sunday (May 25, 2016), our parish hosted Cleveland Mob Mass XXI. As on the first Pentecost when people came together from throughout the vicinity of Jerusalem, we also gathered together from various areas of our city at St. Elizabeth to pray with the psalmist: “Lord, send out your Spirit, and renew the face of the […]