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St. Malachi Parish to celebrate tenth anniversary of merger with Community of St. Malachi

  PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Friday, September 20, 2019; St. Malachi Church, 2459 Washington Avenue: This sculpture, a Pietá – the Virgin Mary cradling the dead body of Jesus, — was exhibited at the Chicago World Fair in 1893. Carved out of one block of wood, the sculpture was saved and restored after a fire … Continue reading

Customers voice concerns about how Cleveland Public Power treats them

Customers voice concerns about how Cleveland Public Power treats them (Plain Press, November 2019)        Cleveland Public Power (CPP) customers brought concerns about the services and practices of the power company to a public hearing held on October 17th. The hearing was hosted by the End Poverty Now Coalition and held at St. Paul’s Community … Continue reading

In Memory Father Lucjan Stokowski March 27, 1951- August 10, 2019

(Plain Press, October 2019)  The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland reported that vespers were held at St. John Cantius Church on August 19th for Father Lucjan Stokowski, age 68, who died on August 10th. Father Stokowski served as pastor of St. John Cantius Church. Stokowski came to Cleveland from Poland in 1980. He served at St. … Continue reading

Ordination Rev. Richard James Hinkelman on Sunday, September 15, 2019.

Catholic Students for Peace and Justice Climate Strike for Our Common Home

Ice Cream Social Celebrating 150 years of the Ursuline Sisters serving as teachers at both Malachi School and Urban Community School

St. Rocco Italian Festival

St. John Cantius Polish Festival

St. Emeric Hungarian Festival

Organist Robert Myers delights Music at the Market fans

Organist Robert Myers delights Music at the Market fans by Colin Murnan (Plain Press, August 2019)The Beckerath Organ in Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church at W. 30thand Lorain Avenue, is a monolith of an instrument, containing 3,476 pipes arrayed in sixty-five ranks. These ranks are split into five different divisions, each division controlled by a separate … Continue reading