St. Edward is a Roman Catholic parish in the Diocese of Cleveland. We are a faith-filled people united in the Holy Spirit and nourished by the Eucharist. We pledge to use our talents and resources to live the Faith and serve others as we welcome all into our faith community. We are committed to work together as a parish to meet the spiritual, corporal, social and educational needs of those around us.
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Lent begins Ash Wednesday, February 25th. Mass with distribution of ashes will be at 8:00am, 1:15pm and 7:00pm.
Holy Thursday, April 6: Mass of the Lord's Supper, 7:00pm; Adoration until 10:00pm
Good Friday, April 7: Passion of the Lord, 3:00pm
Good Friday, April 7: Stations of the Cross, 7:00pm
Holy Saturday, April 8: Blessing of Easter Food, 12:00noon
Holy Saturday, April 8: Easter Vigil, 9:00pm
Easter Sunday, April 9: Mass at 8:30am and 11:00am
Divine Mercy Sunday, April 16
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after the 11:00am Mass until 3:00pm, followed by the recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3:00pm (Chaplet will be Livestreamed)
For women and men, parishioners and non-parishioners
Saturday, February 25, 9:30am-12:00noon (refreshments start at 9:00am).
Registrations needed by February 20. To register, click here.
There is no cost for the retreat.
In this year of Eucharistic Revival, please join us for an inspiring Lenten Retreat focused on God’s love for us in the Eucharist! Through prayer, scripture, teaching and sharing, Christy Cabaniss, Director of Missionary Discipleship for the Diocese of Cleveland, will guide us to reflect upon God’s great love for us, our identity in Christ, and how God has given us the ultimate gift of the Eucharist to sustain us on the journey.
Christy Cabaniss serves as the Director of Missionary Discipleship for the Diocese of Cleveland. She has over 15 years of experience volunteering and working for the Church. Christy holds a Certificate in Pastoral Ministry from Seton Hill University, Greensburg, and a Master’s Degree from St. Mary’s Seminary, Baltimore. She is happily married with two young adult children. After Jesus and her family, Christy has a fondness for diet Pepsi and dogs. She finds joy in Sacramental life, people seeking a deeper relationship with the Lord, and walking with others on their journey to more fully embrace their Baptismal call.
We will study the magnificent Gospel of John beginning in January. The first six weeks of the study—January 15 through February 26—will cover the beautiful prologue of the Gospel and a significant portion of Jesus’ ministry highlighted by “signs” that reveal his nature. The second five weeks of the study—March 5 through April 2, Lenten weeks—will start with the “sign” of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead and take us to the hour of Jesus’ glorification in his passion, death, and resurrection. If you can’t commit to the full eleven weeks, you can register for either Part One or Part Two. Click here for the Registration Forms.
You can now watch all scheduled Masses (weekend and weekday) from either our Facebook Page or here on our website.
Weekend and Weekday Masses have resumed to the normal schedule.
The Diocese of Cleveland has removed all restrictions from the celebration of Mass. For those who are not vaccinated or have other concerns, it is requested that they consider wearing a face covering. Reception of communion from the Cup (Precious Blood) remains restricted at this time. If you have any questions, please contact the Parish Office, 419-289-7224.
NOTE: This bishops of Ohio have rescinded the dispensation from attending Mass starting the weekend of June 5-6, 2021.
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The position of accompanist will plan music and provide organ/piano accompaniment mainly for a small unison choir (4-8 members) or cantor at the Parish 8:30am Mass on Sundays. Various Holy Days, special services (funerals, weddings, etc.) and other weekend Masses are also possible as available. Practice time for the choir is usually on Thursday evenings, but can change to accommodate as needed.
The accompanist will plan the music and work with the pastor and other music ministers. The accompanist should have excellent keyboard skills and have a good understanding of the Catholic liturgy. It would be helpful if candidate can play the organ, and/or can cantor for themselves.