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God’s blessings for the young people who celebrate their Confirmation in the Catholic faith this weekend! We welcome Bishop Gries to our parish for the celebration. Special thanks to Pastoral Associate Russ Petrus who led the preparation meetings. So many of these young people being confirmed share their gifts with our parish as PSR aides, altar servers, and participants in various youth activities. I am grateful and proud that they have stepped forward in faith to celebrate this sacrament, and I look forward to their continuing presence and service in our community.
All 5th thru 8th grade boys and girls are invited to consider being an altar server at St. Dominic. Training sessions will be held on May 30th and June 6th from 9-10am in church. The students need only attend one of these sessions. Parents are strongly encouraged to ask their child to make this commitment as a way to serve the parish and grow in their own faith. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at the rectory.
I am invited to celebrate various baccalaureate masses throughout the city for Catholic high schools, and I am always amazed at the accomplishments and enthusiasm of the young graduates. Congratulations to all those young people at St. Dominic who are graduating from high school and college this year. Your parish community is proud of you and will continue to pray that God will bless you on your journey!
Our Parish School of Religion (PSR) concluded their school year this past Sunday. Once again, staff member Liz Woconish did an amazing job guiding this program which serves so many young people. Her staff of Tim Sokol and her husband, Andy, have created a welcoming and exciting environment where the many volunteer teachers and aides give of themselves, passing on the rich tradition of the Catholic faith to our children. Thanks to all of these holy people for being true disciples of the Gospel. I am humbled by their service and ask God to bless them for blessing us in so many ways!
There will be one mass on Memorial Day at 9am. Please consider joining us and then moving to the grotto lawn to watch the Shaker Heights Memorial Day parade!