News & Events



7:00pm – 9:00pm

St. Clarence Parish

30106 Lorain Road

N Olmsted, Ohio 44070


Who is invited to this evening?


If you are involved in any of the ministries related to the celebration of the Sunday liturgy, this evening is for you: Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Cantors, Ushers, Ministers of Hospitality, Acolytes, Choir, Musicians, Sacristans, Homebound Minister.  What is it that we really do when we gather as brothers and sisters to celebrate the Eucharist Sunday after Sunday? The architects of the II Vatican Council referred to the celebration of the Eucharist as the Source and Summit of the life of the Church.  What does that really mean for us as people of faith? As a community of faith, we gather to hear the Divine Word of God proclaimed and broken open for us. We share simple gifts of bread and wine that are offered, consecrated and shared to be become food for the journey. What does this mean for our daily lives and for the people we are invited to serve? Come prepared to deepen your understanding of what it is that we celebrate Sunday after Sunday, offering inspiration and refreshment.

RSVP to Marilynn Streeter 216-521-0184 or email

if you plan on attending.  (Carpooling may be an option.)



Parishes invited:  St. Christopher, Rocky River; St. Bernadette, Westlake; St. Ladislas, Westlake; St. James, Lakewood

St. Angela Merici, Fairview Park; St. Mary of the Falls, Olmsted Falls; St. Mary, Bera;  St. Adalbert, Berea;

St. Brendan, N Olmsted; St. Richard, N Olmsted; St. Richard, Bay Village;  St. Clement, Lakewood; St. Luke, Lakewood; Transfiguration, Lakewood

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Join fellow parishioners in spreading the warmth and generosity of our parish with those that need it the most in our Cleveland Community.  We are organizing a day to help Charitable Organizations like Maggie's Place, Lakewood Alive, Habitat for Humanity, the Westerly, and others around the local area with different types of help.  All ages and abilities are welcome. More details coming soon!!! If you want to volunteer or need more information call the rectory (216-521-0184). Watch this space!!!


The Opioid Crisis: A Three Night Event

Time and Location: 7:00pm @ St Luke Parish                           

Dates: Wednesday, October 16 and 23 & Thursday November 15

Do you know someone who has been affected by the opioid crisis? Then please read this announcement.

Our parish is privileged to host a two-part panel about the opioid epidemic.  This two-night event will explore the problem of drug addiction in our community, as well as the resources available to help those addicted. On the first night, October 16th, come hear speakers who will address the medical, legal and social dimensions of drug addiction.  Then on the second night, October 23, the panel will explore what is being done to help the addicted, their families and loved one, as well as available community resources. Whether you just want to learn more about this issue or have a family member, friend or co-worker who has been touched in some way by this terrible epidemic, please come for one or both nights.  There will be a Q &A session at the end of each night.  On Thursday, November 15 @ 7:00pm we will be hosting a Prayer Service to pray for those touched by addiction..  For questions or more information contact: 216-521-0184) or email:

Sponsored by the Diocesan Office of Social Concerns and the St. Luke Social Concerns/Social Justice Committee.


The St. Vincent de Paul Society has invited our parish to participate in their Back to School Drive.  Our parish will be collecting school supplies to assist inner city parochial school students. The Supply List is listed below additional ones are available at the church doors, in the bulletin and on the webpage.  The drive begins on June 30th and runs through July 15th.  Collection boxes will be in the back of the church beginning June 30th.  If you wish to make a monetary contribution (cash or checks) we will have envelopes available at all the doors and near the boxes.  Make checks payable to the St. Vincent de Paul Society.   Drop the envelopes in the collection basket during mass or at the rectory. 
Supply List:  Wide-ruled one-subject spiral notebooks (4), wide-ruled filler paper(2 packs), 12” plastic ruler ( inches/metric), #2pencils (2 boxes), Blue/Black pens (1 box),Elmer’s glue stick, Yellow highlighter (2), Eraser-Flat, Crayola crayons (16 count), Pre-sharpened colored pencils (16 count), Markers (1pack), Two-Pocket folders (4), Scissor-sharp, Pencil Pouch (no boxes).
If you are able, please purchase the items listed above at one time and place in a grocery bag to place in the collection boxes so they are Back Pack ready.  This will simplify assembly and distribution.  Thank you!!


Have you ever felt called to do more for your parish? The PSR office is in need of several new PSR teachers and Confirmation small gorup leaders this year! 

No experience? No problem! We will help you make the best of your talents and time by serving the youth in our parish! 

Please contact Max Hall at for more information. We are praying for YOU to join us! 


Upcoming events


11/3- Parish Service Day

It's great opportunity to get involved in our community!