The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed

Posted by Brian Myers on 11/09/21

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord,and let perpetual light shine upon them.May the souls of all the faithful departed,through the mercy of God, rest in peace.  

Our Patronal Feast

Posted by Brian Myers on 10/16/21

Our patronal feast is October 19: Saints John de Brebeuf and Isaac Jogues and Companions. Saint Noel Chabanel was one of those companions. This year, their Memorial falls on a Tuesday. It is always permissible to transfer the celebration of a parish's feast day to the Sunday nearest (in ... Read More »

Message from Bishop Malesic on Respect Life Month

Posted by Brian Myers on 10/04/21

All human life is precious, fragile and given directly to us as a gift by God. As such, we are brothers and sisters in our human family, made in the image and likeness of God. We are all called to live out our responsibility to care for, protect ... Read More »

Parishioner Fulfills Unique Request

Posted by Brian Myers on 9/12/21

On August 13, 2021, Mary, a nurse at Hospice of the Western Reserve, called St. Noel Parish. After our initial greeting, Mary asked me to consider a unique request; could someone in the prayer shawl ministry duplicate a large afghan belonging to one of the hospice patients. “You see,” ... Read More »

Back in Our Church

Posted by Brian Myers on 9/09/21

I am very pleased to re-state: beginning with the 5 PM Saturday Vigil on September 4, we’ll be back in our church! I will begin hearing confessions again on a regular basis starting next Saturday from 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.

What I am about to share, I hope is received ... Read More »

A Work of Heart: Recommitting to Our Parish Mission

Posted by Brian Myers on 8/21/21

Our Parish Mission Statement is comprised of four marks, stating that we are Catholic community committed to:

• inspiring worship• gracious welcoming• earnest service• building God’s kingdom


From Saint Patrick’s Day, 2020, until Pentecost (31 May 2020), the pandemic had kept us from the public celebration of Mass.

During construction, ... Read More »

Diocese Will Lift Most Pandemic-era Safety Guidelines Effective June 2

Posted by Brian Myers on 5/24/21

As Catholics across the Diocese of Cleveland anticipate the end of the dispensation from attending Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation – effective the weekend of June 5-6 – they also can expect of most pandemic-imposed safety guidelines to be eliminated.

Click here for the announcement from ... Read More »

Hope is on the Horizon

Posted by Brian Myers on 5/06/21

Watch Hope is on the Horizon, a video from the Diocese of Cleveland.

Sacred Heart Chapel

Posted by Brian Myers on 5/01/21

As was shared this past weekend, beginning with the 5 PM Vigil Mass this Saturday, May 1, all Masses will be celebrated on the grounds of the Center for Pastoral Leadership (CPL) where both Borromeo and Saint Mary Seminaries are located. We will gather in Sacred Heart Chapel. The video below shows you where you ... Read More »

A statement from Bishop Malesic on the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin

Posted by Brian Myers on 4/21/21

Bishop Malesic adds his voice to that of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops chairmen of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism, and Domestic Justice and Human Development Committee who remind us that “God is the source of all justice, love and mercy. The death of George Floyd ... Read More »


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