VÁLASZOS ZSOLTÁR: Megnyitod kezedet, Istenem, és táplálsz minket.
RESPONSORIAL PSALM: The hand of the Lord feeds us; he answers all our needs.
TODAY’S MASS INTENTION: Intention of the Celebrant (the printed bulletin contained incorrect information)
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK:
|August||8||Saturday||9:00AM||Latin Mass, celebrated by Fr. Bede Kotlinski OSB|
|August||9||Sunday||9:30AM||† Anthony Keri (10th anniversary), by Anthony M. Keri|
FROM THE DESK OF FR. BONA: In this newly created and regular column, I plan to address various topics of interest. Today it will be a canonical query. Several people asked me about difference between a pastor and administrator when a priest is named to a parish. The truth be told, the dissimilarity is minimal. The administrator has all the rights and duties of pastor and so his work is essentially the same as that of a pastor. The difference is that when an administrator is named where there already is a pastor (who maybe on a sick leave, for example), he would have to respect the direction of the pastor. The second difference is that pastors have certain extra rights when they are transferred or removed. Interestingly, when there is a vacant see, the diocesan administrator cannot name pastors the first year of his governance. Fr. Bona
LAST WEEKEND’S COLLECTION: Thank you for sending in your offertory donation through the mail. I know the times may be difficult for many people. If you are able at this time to send in your offertory donations, please do so by mail or use the PayPal option found on the website: https://www.stelizabethcleveland.org/donations/
ANYONE WISHING TO RECEIVE THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM, FIRST COMMUNION, CONFIRMATION, SICK VISITATION, or ARRANGE FOR MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL please call the Rectory.
CONFESSION – Before Mass and by appointment.
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK, especially, Jay Kovács, Kathy Szabó and Anna Melega and F.Y.I. friend of Parey Family May our Gracious Healer grant them healing of soul and body.
COVID 19 DIRECTIVES: Since the reopening of the Catholic Churches here in Ohio, some of the directives which we must still adhere to—the faithful are obliged to wear a face mask upon entering the church and during the celebration of Mass except for the brief moment of receiving Holy Communion; Seating is to be such that 6 feet of distancing should be maintained between members of one household and another. No hand shaking for the sign of peace. Anyone not feeling well or the elderly and vulnerable, should stay home. The obligation to attend Mass on Sunday is still suspended. Read more about this at www.dioceseofcleveland.org/news/2020/05/14/parishes-prepare-for-a-new-normal-when-public-celebration-of-mass-resumes
THIS SUNDAY MASS, for those who stay home during these times will be livestreamed from St. Emeric Church at 11AM Mass; found on https://www.facebook.com/saintemeric/