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Fortnight for Freedom
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Vacation Bible School
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Jubilee Year of Mercy
Jubilee Year of Mercy

Summer Mass Schedule

Saturday 5:00PM

Sunday: 8:30 AM & 10:30AM

Daily Mass Schedule
Monday: No Mass
Tuesday: 9:00 AM
Wednesday: 7:00PM
Thursday: 9:00AM
Friday: 9:00AM
Holy Days 9:30AM & 7:00PM

Daily Readings

Daily Readings
from U.S. Conference of Bishops

Mission Statement

Holy Spirit Parish
is called to be family
finding its center
in Christ and His Body
the parish - and in turn,
reflecting that
Love of Christ
to the community
and beyond.


We invite you to journey with us as we follow the promptings of God's Spirit to discover, celebrate and share the Mystery of God's love revealed to us through Christ. Explore this site to discover some of the opportunities available for you to grow in faith and the love of Christ. On behalf of the Holy Spirit faith community, I welcome you and hope that you will come and join us in one of our weekend liturgies.

Fr. John

News, Events & Meetings

Fr. John On Retreat In July

Fr. John will be leaving for his annual retreat and some time off for renewal beginning July 8. He will be away for most of July. His return date is uncertain at the present time. There will be NO confessions on Saturdays and NO weekday Masses. In case of emergency, you may call Deacon Chuck Ivan at 330- 877-6322, Deacon Russ O’Neill at 330-877-0710 or Deacon Mike Capitena at 330-806-3720. Rev. Jim McKarns will celebrate the Masses on July 9/10, July 16/17, July 23/24 and July 30/31.

The Jubilee Year of Mercy

Focus on the Year of Mercy

Pope Francis announced a Year of Mercy starting Dec. 8th. Mercy is first of all, the way we experience God’s love toward us. Second, mercy is a way we live out God’s love in relationship to others. The traditional corporal and spiritual Works of Mercy are ways we can practice showing God’s love to others. Learn more about this coming Year of Mercy by visiting…
Jubilee Year of Mercy Link http://wwwmigrate.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/how-we-teach/new-evangelization/jubilee-of-mercy/index.cfm

Fortnight for Freedom


In recent years, the U.S. Bishops have called for a “Fortnight for Freedom,” fourteen days of prayer, education and action for religious freedom in the U.S. and abroad. These two weeks before Independence Day take place at a time when the liturgical calendar recognizes great martyrs who remained faithful in the face of persecution by political power. Join Bishop George V Murry, SJ, on Sunday, July 3rd at 10:30 am at St. Columba Cathedral in observation of this event.

Second Collection June 26th Weekend

June 26th weekend, Fr. Denis O’Brien will visit the parish to speak at all Masses about the missionary work of the Irish Pallottine Fathers in Tanzania, Kenya and Columbia. A second collection will be taken up to support their work of evangelization and development in those struggling countries. Please be generous in your support of their missionary outreach. The Pallottine Fathers were founded in Rome in 1835. Their name is derived from the family name of their founder, Saint Vincent Pallotti. He was a priest of the Diocese of Rome. He founded this religious community to promote the revival of faith and charity in the world by encouraging the apostolate of the laity and through the extension of the missionary work of the Church. He died in 1850 and was canonized by Pope Saint John XXXIII on January 20, 1963. Today, Father Denis serves in Columbia. He is looking forward to sharing his missionary experiences and his thoughts on the challenges of evangelization.

Camping in God’s Creation - Vacation Bible School

VBS - Vacation Bible School Registration Form
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Mark your calendars for Vacation Bible School this Summer, June 20 - 24th. This year’s program will be Camping in God’s Creation, log cabins and all. We hope your children, grandchildren, friends, neighbors and all in God’s Creation join us from 9:00 am - noon for a week packed with faith and fun! Watch for more details coming soon!

VBS provides opportunities for the whole parish to get involved, regardless of age. Many volunteers are needed the weeks prior to gather supplies and transform the parish grounds into Camp Holy Spirit, cabins and all! Volunteers will also be needed the week of VBS to lead children through the various daily activities and still more volunteers will be needed to lead crafts, games, music, snacks, service project and Bible lessons. Adults and youth going into the sixth grade and up are encouraged to help. All it takes is a willingness to have fun and model Christian living. So grab your gear and get ready to join the fun! Sign up on the youth bulletin board and indicate how you would like to help. Contact Cathy Kasza if you have any questions at 330-699-4500 or cathykasza@holyspiritunoh.org

New To Our Parish

We welcome you to Holy Spirit. To register, you may stop at our parish office, see Fr. John after Mass, or call the office at 330-699-4500. View our Holy Spirit Welcome Form.

How Can We Serve You

Please let us know what your needs are and how we can assist you on your faith journey. We are here to grow in faith beside you. May Christ’s blessings be with you. Contact us at 330-699-4500 or parishoffice@holyspiritunoh.org or go to our Holy Spirit Welcome Form.