Mass Schedule
Saturday ~ 5:00 p.m.
 Sunday ~ 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
 Monday-Friday (except Thursday)
 8:30 a.m., at the Chapel

 Holy Days  
Consult the Bulletin

Saturday - 4:00-4:30 p.m.
in the Church Library
Consult the Bulletin for 
special scheduling

First and third Sunday
by appointment only
Arrangements must be made six months in advance
5545 Opal Drive
 Mon.-Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

2016-2017 Guidebook Ministries

Rev. George A. Vrabel
              What Do You Know?

Greetings everyone!

              Hopefully the monsoons of spring have abated into gentle summer showers. Everything has turned green, and winter is but only a memory. The Easter Season for 2019 has also come to an end, and the Church now enters a long period of what is referred to as Ordinary Time.

Question: But what does Ordinary Time mean?

          Answer: Because Ordinary Time refers to the period of the Catholic
               Church's liturgical year that fall outside of the major seasons (Advent,
               Christmas, Lent, and Easter), and because of the connotations of the term
               "ordinary" in English, many people think Ordinary Time refers to the parts
               of the Church year that are unimportant. But nothing could be further
               from the truth.

               Ordinary Time is called "ordinary" because the weeks are numbered. The Latin word ordinalis, which refers to numbers in a series, stems from the Latin word ordo, from which we get the English word order. Thus, Ordinary Time is in fact the ordered life of the Church—the period in which we live our lives neither in feasting (as in the Christmas and Easter seasons) or in more severe penance (as in Advent and Lent), but in watchfulness and expectation of the Second Coming of Christ.

               Over these many weeks, until we begin the Church cycle once again with Advent, listen carefully to the gospels that offer hope and direction to our daily life.

                                                                                        Father George


Church/Catechetical Ctr.        Chapel/Admin Bldg.
5500 Lear Nagle Road 5545 Opal Drive
North Ridgeville, OH  44039

        440-327-1978 ~ FAX 440-327-1994

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