Coronavirus Updates

“Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines raised concerns because an abortion-derived cell line was used for testing them, but not in their production. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine, however, was developed, tested and is produced with abortion-derived cell lines raising additional moral concerns. The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has judged that ‘when ethically irreproachable COVID-19 vaccines are not available … it is morally acceptable to receive COVID-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process.’[1] However, if one can choose among equally safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines, the vaccine with the least connection to abortion-derived cell lines should be chosen. Therefore, if one has the ability to choose a vaccine, Pfizer or Moderna’s vaccines should be chosen over Johnson & Johnson’s.

“While we should continue to insist that pharmaceutical companies stop using abortion-derived cell lines, given the worldwide suffering that this pandemic is causing, we affirm again that being vaccinated can be an act of charity that serves the common good.”

For information on the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine 

There have been concerns about the COVID Virus Vaccine.  If you are concerned with the moral issues, please read Moral Guidance regarding Vaccines and COVID-19 written by Father Joseph Koopman, Moral Theologian at St. Mary Seminary.
Weekday Masses are held in the Chapel Monday through Friday at 8:30am.
Weekend Masses will be held in the Church on Saturday, 5pm and Sunday, 8am and 10:30am. 
Mass intentions have been rescheduled to accommodate the new Mass Schedule and Masses that were cancelled due to COVID-19.  The new Mass Book for 2021 is open.   Forms are available online.  Please call the Office if you have any questions, 440-946-1177.
IMPORTANT:   The Diocesan Web page has all the information and updates you need on the current updates of the COVID-19.  Click here for more information.

Live Streaming of Masses:  We will continue to live stream Masses on Facebook and YouTube. Masses will be available to view live and after at YouTube and Facebook.

During this service, please pray this prayer during Communion, as you are not able to receive from home:

Notes on watching our streaming services:

Facebook. Users can log into the events without a Facebook account.  Facebook may ask you to join, but you can ignore the button that pops up.  You can disregard the opo-up and click on the service you would like to watch.

YouTube. If you prefer, our services will also be shown on our YouTube Channel.  If using YouTube, I would suggest subscribing to the channel so that it pops up easier for you.

Please refer to coronavirus.Ohio.gov, dioceseofcleveland.org, and cdc.gov for timely accurate information.

TV 8 massThe Diocese of Cleveland offers Mass on television on Fox 8 every Sunday at 6:00 a.m. and Sunday mass can by viewed by this LINK.

and on a number of cable channels including EWTN and heard on AM 1260 Radio, The Rock.  Check local listings for further details.

Please remember that these changes are a way to care for all by limiting and hopefully preventing the transmission of the virus.

All confessions are Saturday from 4:00-4:30pm in the Hallway of the School, and also available by appointment.

Office is open from 9am-2pm Monday-Friday.  Closed Saturday.  Open Sunday from 9am-noon.

Do continue to pray for all those who are ill and their caregivers,  for those who are working in many capacities to limit the virus and for an early end to this crisis.  Remember to be at peace, to be prepared, to help your neighbor and to bear this hardship with grace.

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The Diocese of Cleveland has set up a page of prayers and spiritual resources that are very helpful.  CLICK THIS LINK TO CHECK THEM OUT!

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