July 4, 2021 Bulletin


Sat. 3: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus

            For the parishioners

Sun. 4: 9:00am @ Infant Jesus

             6th Sunday after Pentecost


             Living and Deceased

             Members of the Altar

             Rosary Society


Tues. 6: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus

              +Millie Klanica from the

               Klanica family

Wed. 7: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus

             +Edward Halus from JoAnn

             & Jerry Skubiak

Thurs. 8: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus

              Health & well-being of

              sisters Anna Mamone &

              Helen Mock from Mary &

              Jerry Novak

Fri. 9: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus

            +Sophie Cimino from family

Sat. 10: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus

              For the parishioners

Sun. 11: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus

  7th Sunday after Pentecost

  +Helen Brill from Helen


Collection Report

Week of 6/27/2021

$               1368.00           Offertory

$                   58.00           Candles

$                 225.00           Holy Day

$                   10.00           Maintenance Fund

$               1661.00          TOTAL

Attendance from last week’s Liturgies:

 Saturday: 23

 Sunday: 63

 On Line: 8


Ken & Bernie Litwin, Richard Kuty, Pearl Tablack, Patricia Flaherty & Millie Jonda 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.


If any parishioner or family member is ill & would like to be on the pray list, or receive get-well wishes, call Karen or Kathy Kollar @330-272-1857.


The next praying of the rosary by the Altar Rosary Society will be Sunday August 1, 2021 @ 8:30 am, prior to 9:00 am Liturgy. All parishioners are invited.


Wishing all our parishioners, families and friends a wonderful 4th of July. May God continue to bless the USA.


As we begin assembling the 50th anniversary book, we want to verify that all families have taken their photos for the book. We know with Covid that some families did not have the opportunity to take their family picture, therefore, we are asking any family/parishioner interested to please contact Fr. Michael as soon as possible to set up an appointment.


Although it is uncertain if the actual celebration can be held, the diocese is still asking for all parishioners to submit their names who will be celebrating their wedding anniversary of 10,25,35,40, 45, 50 or additional years that are a multiple of 5 during 2021. Please notify Fr. Michael or Paula Slemons by July 25. If a celebration does occur, it will be held on September 12, 2021 at St. Elias Church in Pittsburgh. All jubilarians will receive a certificate.


The Sanctuary candles will be lit for the entire week for your intentions. The left sanctuary candle is for the health and well-being of Millie Jonda from Mary & Jerry Novak. The right sanctuary candle is for the health & well-being of Mille Jonda from her family.

Their Sacrifice, Our Freedom

Fifty-six men signed the Declaration of Independence. Their conviction
resulted in untold sufferings for themselves and their families. Of the 56 men, five were captured by the British and tortured before they died. Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned. Two lost their sons in the
Revolutionary Army. Another had two sons captured. Nine of the fifty-six
fought and died from wounds or hardships of the war. Carter Braxton of Virginia, a wealthy planter and trader, saw his ships sunk by the British navy. He sold his home and properties to pay his debts and died in poverty. At the battle of Yorktown, the British General Cornwallis had taken over Thomas Nelson’s home for his headquarters. Nelson quietly ordered General George Washington to open fire on the Nelson home. The home was destroyed and Nelson died bankrupt. John Hart was driven from his wife’s bedside as she was dying. Their thirteen children fled for their lives. His fields and mill were destroyed. For over a year, he lived in forest and caves, returning home only to find his wife dead and his children vanished. A few weeks later, he died from exhaustion.

Kenneth L. Dodge, Resource, Sept./ Oct., 1992, p. 5

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