Join us to Celebrate the Feast of St. Colman of Cloyne 11/13/16

Join us to celebrate

The Feast Day of St. Colman of Cloyne

Sunday, November 13, 2016

10:00 a.m.      Re-dedication & blessing of the buildings & grounds

11:00 a.m.*     Mass celebrated by Bishop Roger Gries, Fr. Caroli Shao & Fr. Bob Begin

After Mass     Reception in the Parish Hall

*This is our only Mass on Sunday, 11/13

St. Colman of Cloyne's feast day is November 23
and we celebrate this special day every year near that date. St. Colman was born in 530 A.D. He became highly educated as a bard in Ireland, a prolific poet who shared his talents and the news from his many travels with royal courts all over Ireland. He became a Christian, a monk and a priest later in life after being taught by Brendan of Clonfert. Eventually as Bishop, Colman established monasteries and churches all over Ireland. He died in 606 A.D. Today in Ireland many places are named for St. Colman, including the Cathedral of St. Colman of Cloyne which sits high above the harbor in Cobh, County Cork. For many of our immigrant ancestors, the Cathedral was likely the last bit of Ireland they saw as they sailed to America from Cobh. Some of the craftspeople and artisans who built the Cobh Cathedral also designed and decorated our own St. Colman Church in Cleveland. Our founding Pastor, Fr. Eugene O’Callaghan, immigrated to Cleveland from County Cork and no doubt grew up hearing all about the life of St. Colman of Cloyne, a local legend.


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Mass & Reconciliation

Weekday Masses: 

Monday-Friday 8 AM

(Rosary prayed after Mass)

Weekend Masses:

Saturday Vigil: 5 PM

Sunday: 9 AM & 11 AM

(Rosary prayed Sunday before 9 AM Mass)

Holy Days: As announced 

Reconciliation: Saturdays, 4:30PM or by appointment.

First Friday: First Friday of month Mass at 6:30 PM followed by Holy Hour from 7-8 PM