Greetings from Fr. Dennis
Peace to all who enter here and Welcome! On behalf of our Faith Community here at St. Casimir, it is a privilege and honor to welcome you. Please feel free to browse our site and, when you get a chance, come visit us in person and join us as we gather in our beautiful church to celebrate the gift of our faith, hope and love as members of God’s family. There are many wonderful things happening here at St. Casimir because of so many dedicated and devoted people. If you are looking for a place to call home, please know that there is a place for you. Also, please check out the link to St. Casimir Catholic School, The Pride of Canton. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Once again, Welcome!
News & Events
WEEKLY BULLETIN Click here
PRESENTATION ABOUT THE BIBLE . . . A presentation titled "Everything You Wanted to Know About the Bible But Were Afraid to Ask" will be presented by John Grega on Tuesdays, February 24, March 3, March 10 and March 24 in the Chapel.
LENTEN SPIRITUALITY . . . For about an hour on Wednesday morning during Lent beginning on February 25, we gather together after Mass and reflect on the readings assigned for the Mass of our following Sunday. These readings have been assigned for thousands of years, and we reflect upon our need for the truths these ancient stories proclaim. Come as you are, and leave with greater hope in the truths we need.
GIVING TREE . . . Our Annual Lenten Giving Tree can be found in the vestibule of Church. Please consider taking one of the crosses on the tree and purchasing new spring/summer clothing for children. Donations will be taken to the Assisi House on March 23. Thank you for your help.
LENTEN FOLDERS. . . Please pick up your Lenten Folder in the vestibule of Church during Lent. Fill the Folder and return to the parish office or in the collections basket to help with Lent and Easter expenses. Thank you for your contributions.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION & SUNG LENTEN NIGHT PRAYER. . On Monday, March 9th, Eucharistic Adoration begins at 4:00 PM in the St. Stanislaus Chapel/Cupertino Center with Quiet Prayer until 7:30 PM. Sung Lenten Night Prayer begins at 7:30 PM to 8:00 PM and will be followed by Benediction at 8:00 PM..
STATIONS OF THE CROSS. . .Stations of the Cross will begin on Friday February 20th at 7:00 PM in the church through Friday, March 20. On March 27th, St. Casimir School will present the Living Stations of the Cross at 6:30 PM
Click on Bulletin to read more about the activities going on in the Parish or refer to our Calendar for day to day information.
Sacramental Class = 9:00 AM - Cupertino Center/Non Sacramental Class - 11:00 AM - Cupertino Center
Children's Liturgy - 10:00 AM - Children's Corner in Church
Young Adult Meet and Greet - 6:00 PM - Hudson Street Stackhouse
Finanance Committee - 7:00 PM - Cupertino Center
Catholic War Veterans - 12:00 Noon - St. Anthony Hall
Young Adult Basketball - 8:00 PM - Kolbe Gym
School Board Meeting - 7:00 PM - Cupertino Center
Presentation On Questions for the Bible - 7:00 PM - Chapel
Lenten Readings - 8:30 AM - Cupertino Center
Cub Scouts - 6:30 PM / Boy Scouts - 7:00 PM - Boy Scout Room/Kolbe Center
RCIA Class - 7:00 PM - Cupertino Center
Stations of the Cross - 7:00 PM - Church
Cooking for Christopher Place - 9:00 AM - Kolbe Center