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St. Jerome Church
The Beacon on the Boulevard!

These Forty Days
of Lent

As we begin our Lenten journey we invite you to make use of the many resources available to help us grow spiritually. Perhaps this Lent is the time to make a sacrifical offering of prayer and service, devoting some time each day to focusing on God's presence in our lives and to being present for others. In church we have copies of the "Little Black Book" available, use it to make a date each day with the Passion story according to John. "five minutes with the Word" for Lent offers short meditations and reflections based on the daily readings from Mass. And if you were with us at Christmas you recieved a copy of "Resisting Happiness" by Matthew Kelly. It was intended to be read and reflected on a chapter a day during Lent. To further deepen the experience you may want to sign up for the "Best Lent Ever" program by clicking the link below.
We also invite you to join us for the Stations of the Cross every Friday at 7pm during Lent and at our Collinwood Cluster Masses every Monday evening at 7pm at the churches of our cluster. A full schedule of services is available below. May God bless us as we prepare our hearts to share in the Joy of Easter.
Lent & Easter Schedule

Best Lent Ever
A Day of Recollection
April 2, 2017

Come, Holy Spirit !á Lent Is Almost Over! á á á á Most likely, by this time, WE ARE in the spirit of Lent.á There is still time to let the Spirit of Lent, The Holy Spirit, into US!á We WILL be ready to renew our Baptismal Promises on Easter and to put into use the Gifts of the Holy Spirit in a fresh new way. á á Bring with you an open heart and prepare to be delighted!

St. Jerome Altar & Rosary Society will sponsor a Day of Recollection beginning with 10am Mass on April 2nd. A light luncheon will be served. Sister Mary Ellen Kuhel, OSU will speak on the Holy Spirit. The program will conclude with Benediction.

TetÚlestai returns to St. Jerome
The Trial, Execution & Resurrection of Jesus the Messiah

Celebrating their 40th year, TetÚlestai returns to St. Jerome on Friday March 17th or Saturday March 18th at 8pm or Sunday, March 19th at 2pm. This deeply moving spiritual performance has been a Lenten tradition for many. The play originated in the minds of two young college students, Russ and Joel Nagy from Upper Arlington Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio. Under the direction of the Holy Spirit, Russ composed the contemporary music score, while Joel put the script and lyrics together by laying out the Gospels side-by-side. They depicted the words and actions of Jesus in an historically acurate setting with a contemporary message for today's audience. Call the office to reserve seating for your youth group. All other seating is first-come first-served. Free will offering.
Commemorative Plaques for
Father Haren and Father Cassese
We have started a fund to have bronze plaques cast and installed in St. Jerome Church to commemorate the Pastorships of Father Thomas Haren and the late Father Anthony Cassese. The plaques have been commissioned and we are waiting for the artists to complete the work for the castings.
Click the link below if you would like to contribute to this effort.
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Looking Back

Fr. Anthony Cassese
Living Faith - Building Community
15000 Lake Shore Blvd. Cleveland, OH 44110-1229 I 216-481-8200 l jeromeclev@dioceseofcleveland.org
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