It’s almost time for the September/October issue of Northeast Ohio Catholic magazine to arrive in your mailbox. Here’s a preview of what you’ll find inside.
Bishop Nelson Perez reflects on his first year as shepherd of the Diocese of Cleveland and we take a look at what he did during the past year.
Find out how little Mara Petrochello, who was diagnosed with a life-threatening liver disorder at 5 days old, received a chance to live a full life thanks to a “liver sliver” donated by Cindy Farrell from St. Victor Parish in Richfield.
When Jim Letchko learned that his pastor, Father Joseph Mamich of St. Joseph Parish in Strongsville, needed a kidney, he knew what he had to do. Testing proved he was a match, and after a successful transplant, both men are doing well.
Jim Schenkelberg of St. Edward Parish in Ashland talks about how prayer helped him during his recovery from serious burns and how he continues to give back by supporting other burn survivors and their loved ones.
Learn about how Joseph House, a collaboration of five parishes, helps residents of Cleveland’s St. Clair neighborhood and refugees from its new, larger space.
The Goebel family, operators of Barons Bus Lines, display their faith on their state-of-the-art buses and in their business. See how they support ministries in the diocese and run a successful business.
Find out about how Father Allen Corrigan, pastor of St. Victor Parish in Richfield, literally sets his sights on the sky and helps to support aviation in ministry.
Catholic Schools for Peace and Justice is working to raise awareness of social justice in diocesan high schools.
Have you ever wanted to make a perfect meatball? Santina Gassi, housekeeper and cook at St. Rocco Parish in Cleveland, shares her recipes for meatballs and spaghetti sauce.
Read about how Bishop Perez and other Church leaders are pledging steps to ensure prevention and reporting of clergy sex abuse allegations.
Father Joseph Koopman provides insight on the Church’s teaching about organ donation. Also in this issue are clergy assignments, Things to Do listings, news briefs and more.