Welcome to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish
The presence, gifts, and talents of you and your family renew and re-energize our community. As a family, we celebrate together as brothers and sisters, and celebrate as one in Christ Jesus who inspires and perfects our faith.
We are blessed to be located in the beautiful city of Wickliffe, the dynamic district of Lake and Geauga Counties, and the inspiring Diocese of Cleveland.
As such, we regularly come together in community and as Church to enter more fully into the mystery of Christ. Our parish provides support and encouragement, hope and love, and Sacraments and worship. You are ever in my prayers, and I ask that you pray for me!
Fr. Thomas Behrend, Pastor
Each month, I will focus a bulletin article on answering questions from you. Please click here to submit a question regarding Church teachings, social justice issues, parish concerns, or theological clarifications. While I may not be able to answer each question personally, I hope to address several of them in this monthly addition to the bulletin.
Please join me in welcoming our new parochial vicar,
Father Greg Olszewski!
Fr. Greg was ordained in 2006, and has served at St. Ambrose (Brunswick), Mary Queen of the Apostles (Brook Park), Ss. Peter and Paul (Garfield Heights), and Holy Family (Parma).
On behalf of our entire staff and parish community,
I extend our warm welcome to Fr. Greg!
Thursday, May 24:
7 - 8:00 pm
Beginning on April 26, Fr. Greg Olszweski will offer a six week series of "The Acts of the Apostles and Its Insights for 21st Century People." He will examine the Book of the Bible known as Luke's Volume 2 (Luke's Gospel as Volume 1). Acts begins with a mighty event and concludes with Paul's final counsel. In between we hear about the new Way of Christ Jesus starts to spread to the Mediterranean world with accounts of encounters with both elite and common people.
You can attend one session or all; we hope to see you there!
Sunday, May 27
Mass of Thanksgiving
Father Rich Samide was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Cleveland this past Saturday, May 19. We ask that you keep Deacon Rich in your prayers as he continues his journey.
Father Rich will celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving at OLMC on Sunday, May 27 at 11:30 am. All are invited to a reception in the community center following Mass.
To watch a short message from Deacon Rich, please scroll down to the bottom of the page.
OLMC FESTIVAL NEWS
June 22 - 24, 2018
Pick up Ticket envelopes
Ticket envelopes will be available after all the Masses the weekend of May 19 & 20. Make sure to mark your calendar and stop by and pick-up your raffle tickets!
Won’t you consider becoming a Festival Volunteer this year? The 2018 Festival Committee is looking for adults, families and teens to help volunteer to work the food & game booths and to help with clean-up & set-up. Service hours are available for those that need them. Our shifts are typically three hours each and we have many available throughout the weekend.
To volunteer at the festival all you need to do is fill out the volunteer form located in your raffle ticket envelope, follow this link to sign-up online, on our website (click here for link to form), or contact Frank Esposito at (440) 602-2579 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weekend Mass Schedule
Click here for the full worship calendar
8:30 am (Daily Mass - C) 7:30 am (C)
4:00 pm (Sunday Vigil - C) 9:30 am (C)
6:00 pm (Sunday Vigil - C) 11:30 am (C)
(C) - Church
(R) - Rectory Chapel
Weekday Mass Schedule
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
7:00 am (R) 7:00 am (R) 7:00 am (R) 7:00 am (R) 7:00 am (R) 7:00 pm (C) 8:30 am (R) 7:00 pm (R) 8:30 am (R) 8:30 am (C*) *Mater Dei Academy Mass when school is in session.
All are welcome!
Saturdays First Fridays
3:00 - 3:45 (C) 3:00 - 4:00 (R)
5:00 - 5:45 (C)
... or by scheduling an appointment at (440) 585-0700.
THE OLMC FAMILY - in their own words
Each month, we will present a short video testimony from one of our parishioners. We hope that you take the time to get to know our community, and that these stories serve to introduce you to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish.
To view past video testimonies, please click here.