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Holy Angels Church at 18205 Chillicothe Road, Chagrin Falls, OH 44023 US - Home

Welcome to Holy Angels!


"In the Good Old Summertime"
   Saturday, August 23, 2014
   after the 5:00 p.m. Mass


Stroll with us back in time to the enjoy a little taste of the good old days!

Join us for Mass at 5:00 p.m. in the Worship Space immediately followed by fellowship, food and fun at the Paish Picnic until 10:00 p.m. With the theme of, "In the Good Old Summertime" you can enjoy memories of those lazy days of summer with a visit to the Barber Shop in the St. Gabe's Room for a REAL haircut, participate in one of three Cake Walks or an Old Fashioned Sing-A-Long, and listen to musical entertainment by our Music Ministry Choir and the "No Moss" band with much, much more.

View the schedule of events >





Take a look at how the NEW Rectory is coming along!
View progress >







The Parish Council of the Church of the Holy Angels welcomes and encourages our parish community to share your thoughts and ideas to further our Mission to:
    • Follow and share the teaching of Jesus Christ in the Roman Catholic Tradition
    • Worship God together and serve our neighbors
     • Minister to each other’s spiritual and physical needs.
Click on the suggestion box, print out the form, share your ideas and drop it in marked box in the Parish Library when you come for Mass.   ~Thanks!



Saturday, August 30, 2014: LAUNCH Catechist Training

If you have graciously volunteered to lead one of the Middle School classes in the LAUNCH program, put this training session on your calendar.  10:00 a.m. - Noon in the Community Room, meet Vince Roman and he will give catechists an outline of material covered throughout the year and discuss guidelines and important information for the program.
We could still use some help, so if you, or someone you know,
would like to give some time to heling shape our young church,
contact Vince Roman in the Parish Office (440) 708-0000 or e-mail >


Sunday - Sunday, August 31 - September 7, 2014: Family Promise Week

Family Promise, a national organization, provides short term shelter and support to screened homeless families with the assistance of churches and various community centers. For the week of August 31 through September 7, Holy Angels will again be welcoming some of these families. We will convert our Community Room into bedrooms, a dining hall and a family room as we provide meals, shelter, activities and hospitality for 15 to 20 people. How can you get involved? A bag of apples, a home cooked meal, a side dish, a load of laundry, evening activity or overnight stay are all options. It is a great way for families to volunteer together. Moms and dads can serve meals while children play games with our young guests.
For questions or to volunteer, contact Laurie Miller (440) 669-2738 or Sister Susan (440) 708-0000 ext. 202


Monday, September 1, 2014: Labor Day Parish Schedule


Daily Mass will be held at 9:00 a.m. as usual. In honor of the Labor Day Holiday, the Paish Office will be closed. The Family Promise families will be here as part of our week long support, so if you have some time to offer, considering volunteering to help others.
For questions or to volunteer, contact Laurie Miller (440) 669-2738 or Sister Susan (440) 708-0000 ext. 202






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Catholic Refief Services Grateful for Gaza Ceasefire, but Remain Weary














 

Jerusalem, Israel, Aug 5, 2014 / 04:56 pm (CNA/EWTN News) - "A new 72-hour ceasefire between Israel and Hamas is offering locals and aid workers invaluable time to safely secure essential supplies, but many remain skeptical that it will bring an end to the region’s ongoing violence. "
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Advocating for peace in Gaza

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is committed to the work of reconciliation among the people of Palestine and Israel.

Through prayer, pilgrimage, relief and development projects, and public actions, the USCCB is dedicated to favoring a just peace. A just resolution of conflicts will respect the rights of minorities, including the vulnerable Christian minority. Learn more >



Let's Talk Catholic: Marriage, Divorce and Annulments

A Talk by Fr. Dan Schlegel, Church of the Holy Angels on the Catholic approach to Marriage, Divorce and Annulments

 

Holy Angels SLAVIC VILLAGE Habitat for Humanity Project :

Pictures of the progress made so far this summer.


Learn more about the project and volunteer opportunities to help complete the house, click here >

 


As members of the Church of the Holy Angels, we covenant with one another to follow and share the teachings of Jesus Christ in accord with our Roman Catholic tradition. We will worship God together and serve our neighbor as an open and caring Christian community. We pledge to minister to one another’s spiritual and physical needs, expressing through our individual lives the love and faith taught by Jesus.

With Angels beside us, we gather as Stewards Reflecting Christ to:

Celebrate
our faith through uplifting and positive spiritual, sacramental and liturgical worship.

Support
each other in faith and working together to build the reign of God.

Teach
our faith rooted in the development of our youth and adults, and in the sharing of our daily lives.

Nurture
our community ministries to the aid and comfort of others.

Care
for all God’s people through social justice programs that assist the economically disadvantaged, infirmed and homebound.

Build
the Kingdom of God by working together as a family in Christ. 


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