May 16, 2021 Bulletin


Sat. 15: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus

            +Helen Yurko from Carol


Sun. 16 9:00am @ Infant Jesus

             Sunday of the Fathers of

             the 1st Ecumenical Council

             +Helen & +Joseph Pavlov Jr

             from Mary Beth Hayer,

             Janice & David Hartzell

Mon. 17: 8:30 am @ Infant Jesus

               Brothers +Paul, +Mike,

               +John & +George from Dr.

               Andrew Bulazo

Tues. 18: 8:30 am@ Infant Jesus

                + Julia B. Fabian from

                Kim & Mike Zuraw


Thurs. 20: 8:30 am @ Infant Jesus

                Sisters +Elsie, +Mary,

                +Ann, +Helen from Dr.

                Andrew Bulazo

Fri. 21: 8:30 am @ Infant Jesus

               +Jane Mingo from Donna

                & Gregg Jonda

Sat. 22: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus

              +Paul Swantek from Carol


Sun. 23: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus


   +Rose Valko from family

Collection Report

Week of 5/9/2021

$               1287.00           Offertory

$                   45.00           Holy Day

$                   55.00           Candles

$                   81.68           Utility Offering

$                   70.00           Maintenance Fund

$                   30.00           Seminary Fund

$             10,000.00 In memory-Paul Swantek

$             11,568.68         TOTAL

Attendance from last week’s Liturgies:

 Saturday: 27

 Sunday: 63

 On Line: 7


Ken & Bernie Litwin, Richard Kuty, Pearl Tablack, Patricia Flaherty & all at home. Mary Rotunno at Assumption, Louise Macabobby at Hampton Woods, and the rest of our parishioners who are in nursing homes.  May God grant to all the sick of our parish many blessed, happy and healthier years.


Congratulations to Bri Slemons who graduated this week from Kent State

University with her Masters of Science in Exercise Physiology with an Athletic Training Concentration.

She has accepted a position at Charleston Southern University as an athletic trainer for their football team. She will be relocating to Charleston, South Carolina. May God continue o bless her with health, happiness and continued success.


On Sunday, May 30th, the 9:00 am liturgy @ Infant Jesus and the 11:00 am liturgy @ St. Nicholas will be for veterans, armed services members, civil servants, first responders, and front- line workers. Following there will be a blessing and raising of the flag. Parishioners and guest are invited to bring their NEW flags for blessing. This event is sponsored by GCU 442.


The next Spring clean- up and landscaping project will be held

on Saturday, May 22, 2021 from 10:00am-12:00 (noon) helping hands will be at St. Nicholas Byzantine Cemetery on Hyatt Street in Campbell.

All parishioners, friends, and families are invited to join for this project. The more volunteer “helping hands” we have, the more we can do to beautify St. Nicholas Cemetery for the Spring and Summer seasons.

Please contact Theresa Swindler @ (330) 272-2198 if you able to help.

There will be beverages and snacks at St. Nicholas Byzantine Cemetery.


The Sanctuary candles will be lit for the entire week for your intentions. The left sanctuary candle is in memory of +Helen & +Joseph Pavlov Jr. from Mary Beth Hayer, Janice & David Hartzell. The right sanctuary candle is in memory of

+Janice Salcedo from her nieces-Bri & Elena Slemons, Britney Jonda and nephew-Bobby Jonda

Our high priest prays as God and man.

Cyril of Alexandria:

Christ, who manifested himself in the last times above the types and figures of the Law, at once our high priest and mediator, prays for us as man. And at the same time he is ever ready to cooperate with God the Father, who distributes good gifts to those who are worthy. Paul showed us this most plainly in the words “grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” Christ, then, prays for us as man and also unites in distributing good gifts to us as God. For he, being a holy high priest, blameless and undefiled, offered himself— not for his own weakness, as was the custom of those to whom was allotted the duty of sacrificing according to the Law, but rather for the salvation of our souls. Commentary on the Gospel of John 11.8.

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