PARISH OFFICE . . . If you need to visit the office for assistance, please call 410-276-1981 to schedule an appointment.
SUNDAY- ONLINE MASS . . . Please join us for Mass online at 10:00 AM from the Cupertino Chapel. After the premier, the Mass can be watched at anytime. St. Casimir Facebook Page or click on the link on the Website homepage.
SUMMER MASS SCHEDULE . . . Join us for Mass at 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM at St. Casimir Church and at 11:15 AM at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church each Sunday through Labor Day. Facemasks are a requirement for anyone 2 or older. At that time, we will look at the schedule again to add back in the 5:00 PM Saturday & Sunday Masses.
SACRAMENT OF CONFESSION . . . During Phase 2, the Sacrament of Confession will again be available by appointment. If you would like to schedule an appointment for confession, please email Fr. Dennis at firstname.lastname@example.org or Fr. Andy at AndrewSantamauro@olaprovince.org.
BEANS AND BREAD NEED OUR HELP . . . For a number of years St. Casimir parishioners have generously prepared casseroles for Beans & Bread a local soup kitchen, due to COVID 19 Beans & Bread has suspended their casserole program.
We have been asked to provide bagged lunches for their Tuesday & Wednesday meals a combined total of 350 lunches for the two days.
As such, we have committed to providing 350 bagged lunches every TUESDAY until Beans/Bread can be fully operational again and ask for you help.
The bagged lunches should include:
a meat and cheese sandwich of any kind, any variation, or just meat, or just cheese
Please NO PB&J due to peanut allergies
Any type of bread, however, please NO bread with seeds – (sandwich does not need to be cut) put into sandwich bag or wax paper
a sweet treat/dessert
chips or something crunchy
fruit cup (only if possible) (No fresh fruit at this time)
Individually wrapped snacks/treats, fruit cups, pudding cups, bottled water or juice boxes are needed as they will be distributed to low income families and shelters
We are asking each person to consider preparing 10 bagged lunches; if you are able to provide lunches, please email Pam Protani at email@example.com or call 443-413-8329 and let her know how many lunches you will be able to provide. If you cannot reach Pam, please contact Bernie at the parish office firstname.lastname@example.org, 410-276-1981.
Drop Off Information:
Curbside – FRONT of Church,
between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m.
Please pull up and someone will meet you at your car so you will not need to get out; all lunches, snacks/treats, water/juices will be delivered to Beans & Bread at 10:00 AM.
The lunches you will provide are surely a gift of kindness to those in need, less fortunate…
Thank you so very much and remember,
We are all in this together~!
ST. CASIMIR PARISH FESTIVAL UPDATE . . . Due to the Coronavirus, we had to postpone our June Parish Festival. We are hoping to have the Festival mid to late September. More details will follow as we get more information on Baltimore City openings and gatherings. This years festival may be a little different than in the past, but it will happen.
The raffle tickets you were sent should be saved and sent in with payment if you wish to purchase them. The raffle will be drawn on a day during the festival.
Sponsorships can also be sent in if interested. If you wish more information, please contact Bernadette Vece at the parish office or at email@example.com.
As always, proceeds will benefit St. Casimir Church and our Tuition Assistance Program.
VOTIVE CANDLES . . . We have been advised that their is a desire to light candles in the church. If this is so, please send an envelope to the parish office or drop in the parish office mail slot with your intention, and we will light the candles.
FLEA MARKET ITEMS . . . Anticipating the reopening of the Church, we are planning to schedule an event in the Fall and will be asking for Flea Market Items. If you are in the process of cleaning out closets during the Stay at Home, please think about saving some items for St. Casimir Church. When we hear more about new guidelines and the start of Stage 1, we will let you know when we can start accepting items and possible dates. For now, we ask you to hold them.
THIS IS WHAT REALLY HAPPENS AT THE EUCHARIST (CATHOLIC MASS) . . . Take a few moments to view this video. In a very powerful way it expresses beautifully what it is we do at mass. It is the center of our faith. It is from the Eucharist that we draw our strength and it is the precious gift that Jesus has left us: His very presence. Please join us to adore and worship His presence in the Eucharist on the last Saturday of every month from 3:45 PM to 4:45 PM in the Church.