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  •        Pastors Homily

    May 29th/30th
    May 29th/30th

    This weekend we celebrate Trinity Sunday and Memorial Day Weekend.  Possibly, in terms of the Trinity and in terms of those who gave their lives for our country, for us, and for our freedom’s sake:  we can call it Relationship Sunday.  It is about persons, relationships, and developing relationships.
    Let us start with the Sign of the Cross.  In the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.  Amen.

    The Sign of the Cross is a very simple prayer, but it reflects two truths that Jesus died for our sins on the Cross and that God is a Trinity of Divine Persons.

    In Today’s Gospel, Jesus specifically commanded His disciples to baptize in the name of the Trinity.  That’s because Baptism is not just about committing ourselves to Jesus or having our sins washed away.  When we were baptized we were plunged into the life of the Trinity.  Each of us became an “adoptive son” or “adoptive daughter” of the Father, a member of Christ, and a temple of the Holy Spirit.

    We can remember our baptism each time we make the sign of the Cross.  But unfortunately, it is such familiar prayer that it might become rote or automatic.  Don’t let that happen.

    In the name of the Father:  Remember the Father who loves you.  He sees you not as a slave to order around but as a child to be loved.  He wants you to know that everything that separates you from Him has been forgiven.

    And of the Son:  Remember the Son who redeemed you.  Sent by the Father in love, He made the ultimate sacrifice so that you could join His family.  He wants you to understand that you are an essential part of his body, the Church.

    And of the Holy Spirit:  Remember the Holy Spirit who gives you life.  Gift of the Father and the Son, He actually dwells in you.  He wants you to experience even now the wisdom and power and presence of God within you.

    What a powerful and profound little prayer:  Today on Trinity Sunday, let the sign of the Cross remind you of everything you received at your baptism  You are an adopted child of God.  You are a member of the body of Christ.  You are a temple of the Holy Spirit.

    That Sign of the Cross refers to the ultimate sacrifice of Christ who gave his life to set us free.  As we celebrate Memorial Day weekend, let us remember the brave men and women in military service who also made the ultimate sacrifice.  They gave their lives for our country, ourselves and for freedom’s sake.

    We also remember and thank all our veterans and we pray for all those who died in military service and for all our loved ones who have died we pray:
    Eternal Rest Grant Unto Them O Lord and May Perpetual Light sign upon them.   May they rest in peace.


    May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God rest in peace.

  • Catholic Chairities

    We are still accepting Catholic Charities Pledges.  To make a gift today visit:  

    As of April, 2021 we are at 88% of our goal.  We have raised $13,159.00 out of our goal of $14,814.00.

    https://www.catholiccommunity.org/ways-to-give/donate/catholic-charities.  Please select our parish from the drop down menu. 


    Or you can text CCHOPE to 41444.

    With church attendance low due to COVID19, we hope you will respond generously. 

  • Memo From Fr. Jasany

    Dear Parishioners;

    We have been informed that the obligation to attend Sunday Mass has been reinstated by the Bishops of Ohio.  The Sunday Mass Obligation is in effect beginning June 5th and 6th, 2021.  It is the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Our Lord.  It would be wonderful to see a large Mass attendance at our weekend liturgies.

    Mass Schedule:  For the time being and at least through the summer months, we will maintain the present Mass schedule.  Masses will continue to be Saturday evening at 4:00 p.m. and Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m.  We will reevaluate the schedule at the end of the summer months.  We will continue to livestream our 10:00 a.m. Mass for those who are shut-ins, ill, or who have serious, legitimate reasons for not coming to Mass.

    Our church seats 315 people.  Right now, we only have 40 – 50 people coming to any one Mass.

    The following are some guidelines which we received from Bishop Malesic that we will implement on the weekend of June 5th and June 6th

    1. Face Masks are no longer required, but are strongly suggested for those who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine or who are otherwise vulnerable.  The Bishop states that “we should presume good will for everyone in this regard.”  Please do not inquire if someone has or has not received the vaccine.  There may be reasons why someone might still choose to wear a mask, even if they are vaccinated.  We are a community, and must respect everyone’s individual decision in this matter.
    1. Social Distancing is no longer required.  The use of all pews/seating areas is permitted.
    1. Holy Water in the Holy Water Fonts is now permitted.
    1. Liturgical Processions at the beginning and conclusion of the liturgy as well as offertory processions are permitted.
    1. The Offertory Collection by ushers passing the collection basket is now permitted at Mass.  Therefore ushers can now take up the collection as they did before, during the Mass.  The collection baskets on the steps will no longer be used.
    1. The Sign of Peace among the faithful is permitted.  It should be exchanged without physical contact between persons who are not of the same household or family.
    1. Liturgical Ministers (Altar servers, lectors, ushers, musicians, cantors, choirs, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion) are permitted.  We hope to begin scheduling servers, ushers and one Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion for our weekend liturgies.
    1. Holy Communion The distribution of the Precious Blood remains suspended until further notice.  This explains why we will only schedule one Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion to assist the priest with the distribution of the hosts for Holy Communion.  That Minister will also go up to the choir loft (when applicable) to distribute the hosts to our choir.
    1. Greeting of the Faithful Clergy can now greet people after Mass.
    1. Hymnals and Other Books may now be returned to the pews.  For us this would include Today’s Missal, the Music Issue, and the Glory and Praise books.
    1. Cleaning of the Church A general cleaning of the church should take place on a regular basis.  The rigorous sanitization protocols are no longer in effect.  We thank Tony DiGeronimo for supplying us with the Chem Safe and the sprayer throughout the pandemic.  We thank Anthony Laboy, Jim Armbruster and George Weiss who sanitized our church after every Mass.  We are indeed grateful to all of them.
    1. Hand Sanitizers will still be available at our church exits.

    On another matter, you will see scaffolding go up in our church during the final days of May.  Last year, West Side Roofing repaired leaks in the church roof due to issues with flashing.  We filed an insurance claim with Diocesan Insurance.  Diocesan Insurance will pay to repair and to repaint the interior damage to the plaster and the paint in the various areas of the church.  Paul Davis Restoration will do the work.  It is my understanding that the total cost of this job is $50,942.11.  We will pay our $1000.00 deductible.  Diocesan Insurance will pay $49,942.11.

    As we see the interior restoration on our church building go into effect, possibly we can have the thought that all of us are called to build church together.  We do this through prayer, fellowship and sharing our time, treasure, and talent.  Please consider coming to our weekend liturgies and I thank you in advance for your continued financial support.  You can drop your envelopes in the collection basket at Mass, mail them to the rectory, or drop them off at the rectory.  If no one is available, please drop them off in the outside mailbox.  For those who wish, you can give online.  Visit our parish website for information on this option.  Our parish website is www.st-john-nepomucene.org.

    I am grateful to God for all of you.  Let us build church together.


    Father Jasany


  • On-Line Giving

    We are grateful for your support of our church. Online Giving allows you to make contributions to our church without writing checks or worrying about cash donations. This site lets you set up automatic contributions and change the timing or the amount of your gift at any time. You may make pledges and manage your contributions to the pledge amount, and you may make one-time donations to special causes. Please click on "Sign Up for Your New Account" and complete your initial account registration. Thank you!

    Click the link below to get started!

    Online Giving


    With so much uncertainty regarding the COVID-19 virus and increasing recommendations to avoid crowds and take proper safety precautions, we wanted to remind you that we have options in place now that you can use today. This option is an ideal way to support the parish and our mission should you elect to stay home and worship.

    Online Giving is available for you to make contributions to the church. This option makes use of current technology and security standards and allows you to easily setup recurring contributions. It also enables our church to take advantage of new tools to become more efficient.

    Online Giving Parishioner Benefits
    Secure and confidential. No need to share payment information with the church office.
    Efficient. Set up direct withdrawals from your checking, savings account or a credit card.
    Simple. Start, stop and change your contributions at any time.
    Convenient. No need to write a check or have cash available.
    Remote flexibility. You can give from virtually anywhere anytime.

    Online Giving is intended to be a convenient tool for you to use, and we strongly support both Online Giving and Offering Envelopes for contributions to the parish. Online Giving is the electronic way to participate in weekly offertory.


  • Sick & Hospitalized

    Please remember in your  prayers those who are sick.  May they and their caregivers receive comfort and strength, remembering especially :

    Sharon Arroyo, Ryan Amato,
    Rondell Atwater, Matthew Balli,
    Joyce Bican, Chester Betliskey, Mary Ann Betliskey,
    Bonnie Donovan, Ted Branche,
    James Ciesla, Donna Czyzynski, Bobbie Deccola, Joseph Deccola,
    Carole Dlouhy, 
    Katherine Dolniar,
    Betty Domorasky, 
    Shelley Forbes, Victor Hartness,  Kristin Hill,
    Liz Humar, Jacob Jackson,
    Mike, Jackson, 
    Millie Jasany,
    hris Jackson, Marcedia Johnson, The Jorski Family,  
    Joan Gorris, 
    Stanley  Loszak, Stefania Loszak, Grant Kaurich,
    Patti Kicielinski, Grant Kaurich

    Richard Kwiatkowski,
    Eleanor Peshek, 
    Tom Konkoly,
    Sharon Krzynowek,  Amy Latawiec,
    Richard Leonard,    Barbie Lister,
    Ann Marie Medve, Joseph Medve, Jeanette Miller,  Marguerite Miller, Nikki Milton, Keenan Montgomery, Donna Murrin, Louis Novak,
    Art Novotny, 
    Patricia Rhine,
    Joel Rivera, Karen Seneff,
    Norman Seneff, Tony Seneff,
    Earl Sheets,Eileen Skiba,
    Margaret Slechta,
    Chuck Slusarczyk,
    Nancy Slusarczyk, 
    Russ Smith,
    Peggy Snyder, Kellie Span,
    Elaine Stack, Robert Stack,
    Toni Suchy, 
    Marlene Wesley,
    Betty Wilson, 
    Jerome Wisniewski,
    Greg Wisniewski 

    and Carl Zelenskas.

    For All Our Loved Ones who have died may they rest in eternal peace in heaven.


  • We Need Your Help

    If your address and phone number have changed, please let us know.  We would like to keep our records up to date.  Also if you would like to share your email address, please contact Sandy Yody  at  
    Thank you !


    If anyone receives an email or a TEXT from Fr. Jasany or any of our staff requesting money or saying I need a favor, please delete we will never request money in this manner.  If you have any questions please call the rectory.