A Parish of the Diocese of Youngstown, Most Reverend George V. Murry, S.J., Bishop
Due to the recent fire at St. Mary's church Father A Edward Gretchko wrote the following letter.
If you like to smile and are proud of our church, you have a gift to offer others. Click the title to find out more.
Two of the Beatitudes: Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted; Blessed are they who hunger (and thirst for righteousness), for they shall be satisfied. M.T.G.helps feed the hungry and console the afflicted. They can use your help for St. Mary families.
By donating now, your contribution can be a gift for the 175th Anniversary of St. Mary's Church. Click on the Title for more information.
Oct. 11, 1962, the eve of Vatican Council II, PopeJohn XXIII's "Moonlight Speech"
Being labeled as "The Four Popes," Pope Francis canonizes Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II, and warmly greets Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI on April 27, 2014
Sister Cristina sings in Round 2 of The Voice, Italian-style.
Video 2 of Word from Rome explains why Fr. Barron thinks Pope John XXIII should become a saint.
See Fr. Barron in Rome, as he explains why the canonization is so important.
Divine Mercy Sunday, April 27, 2014 - a perfect time to watch the movie, "Divine Mercy - No Escape," - spreading our love and trust in the Sacred Heart of Jesus, His love for us, and His Divine Mercy.
Fr. Barron and EWTN coverage of the Canonizations of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II is available through WordFromRome site.
Saint Faustina, canonized in 2000 by Pope John Paul II on Divine Mercy Sunday, had obedience through her lifetime of revelations from Jesus. Following His request to have reverence to His Divine Mercy, she promoted the painting and novena, kept her Diary of His words, and led a life of suffering. Her story is summarized. Our Lord gave her a different intention for a novena of nine days. This article includes a link to the Divine Mercy website, with the novena beginning on Good Friday, April 18th.
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen gives his last Good Friday homily in 1979.
Bingo has resumed at St. Mary's Church. Sessions are held every Tuesday at 6:30pm. Doors open at 4:30pm. The money earned from Bingo is used to offset costs in our school. In order to run Bingo we need volunteers to work the various aspects of Bingo - selling cards and daubers, selling instant tickets & minis, calling Bingo, working in the kitchen, and setup. If you can help, please call Marie Tabellion at 330-209-3381 or the Parish Center at 330-833-8501. We can use your help!