Today, so many people are working hard to keep their aging and/or ill loved ones at home. It is at once a selfless act of love and an exhausting undertaking. Ss. Robert and William Parish has committed to walking with these men and women by sponsoring a monthly Caregivers Support Group. On the third Saturday morning of the month, they meet to pray, share stories, and get good advice on how to better negotiate the difficult terrain of caregiving. (Please note that meetings are also open to those who have a loved one in healthcare facilities. Sometimes circumstances make it impossible to care for someone at home and many people make daily visits to nursing homes, performing tasks that let the patient know they are remembered and valued by their family.) Guest presenters have included people from the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging, an elder law expert, and even a music therapist. There is a lot of great advice out there but sometimes all that is needed is a break from the daily routine in a relaxed environment with others who understand what you are going through. Meetings are from 10:30 AM until Noon and are open to parishioners and non-parishioners alike. The cost is free but we do ask that you call ahead to allow us to prepare materials when needed. For more information call Renée Barber at 216-731-1515 Ext. 262.
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SRW’s Guardian Angel Early Learning Center was founded to provide Catholic childcare for families for whom a faith-based environment is a priority. It is rooted in Matthew’s Gospel which combines the truth of the protection provided by Guardian Angels with the image of Jesus as the Good Shepherd.
For the first anniversary, it’s paper; for the fifth it’s wood. There is a traditional gift material for every significant anniversary celebration. So as Ss. Robert and William Parish prepared to enter its tenth year, tin and aluminum, symbols of durability and flexibility, marked the occasion in two significant ways.
Mark your calendars for this year's Festival, August 8-11 at Ss. Robert & William. This 4-day event is the biggest festival in northeast Ohio, and it's fun for the whole family. We have everything under the sun from kids games, inflatables, pony rides, rock climbing, a car show, live music every night, food, and a grand prize raffle.
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The Sondra Meden Scholarship was announced at the Ss. Robert & William All School Mass on Tuesday, March 12th. Congratulations to Zoe Pesek and William Knox for being voted for this honor by their classmates and teachers. The qualities which are the basis of this award are dependability, cooperation, leadership, clean speech and habits, and patriotism in their homes, school, and greater community. We are grateful to Mrs. Meden and her family for making this good citizenship recognition possible at Ss. Robert & William School.
Ss. Robert & William Catholic Church is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. As part of the anniversary celebration, they are featuring a "Disciples on Mission Speaker Series." The first of three speakers in this series is Dr. Ray Guarendi on Tuesday, April 30th at 6:30 pm.
On February 3rd, Ss. Robert and William Catholic Parish held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish Center. This multi-phased project is the result of the parish’s recent capital campaign, appropriately called "Honor Our Past - Fund Our Future." Representatives from the city of Euclid, Hiti DiFrancesco + Siebold Architects, Regency Construction, Ss. Robert and William Parish and School as well as Bishop Pilla, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Cleveland, participated in the ceremony and dug into the ground outside the current gymnasium on E. 260th Street.
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Once again, Ss. Robert and William Catholic Parish will be holding their annual Lenten Fish Fry. The fish fry is held on Friday April 5 and April 12 from 4:45pm until 6:45pm.
Wednesday, April 3 Lenten Soup Series in Parish Office after 12:00 noon Mass
Join Ss. Robert and William and Our Lady of the Lake school children for their first Kid's Maker Fair. The event will be held at St. John of the Cross Gym, 140 Richmond Road, Euclid on Saturday, April 13th from 1-3 pm.
The eighth annual International Festival at Ss. Robert & William Catholic Church concluded on Sunday, August 12, 2018.
The eighth annual International Family Festival at Ss. Robert & William Catholic Church, 367 E. 260th St., Euclid, is set for August 9-12.
Enjoy live bands, inflatables, games, a beer tent, homemade pierogi, stuffed cabbage, delicious food, hands-on activities, pony rides, High End and Chinese Auction and a chance to win a 2018 Honda Accord Lease for three years or $12,500 in cash.
The eighth annual International Family Festival will take place at Ss. Robert and William Catholic Church on August 9-12 in Euclid on 260th Street.
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In mid-June, Ss. Robert and William Parish hosted a number of events to celebrate their priests.
On Tuesday July 30 and August 27 a free produce give-away will take place in the parking lot of SRW Parish from 4:00pm-6:00pm (or until we run out). It is open to all and the recipient simply needs to sign an income-eligibility form.
The seventh annual International Family Festival at Ss. Robert & William Catholic Church, 367 E. 260th St., Euclid, is set for August 10-13.
Ss. Robert and William Catholic School is proud to announce that our outstanding Preschool Program has been awarded a 4-Star Step Up To Quality rating.
Ss. Robert and William Catholic School earned the honor of becoming a nationally recognized No Place for Hate School, sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League. The student committee, moderated by Mrs. Patrice Garuckas, consisted of eighth graders Tiana Cole, Arianna Wallace, Ariel Winfrey, Charlie Stachnik, Christina Parker, Ella Lisac, Gianna DiPasquale, Nicole Yearsin, Jocelyn Miller, Kaylan Taylor, Lindsay Blackwood, McKaylah Szalay, MyKala Smith, Nevaeh Jernigan and Tyree Sims, along with seventh graders Hannah Evec and Josie DiDona. These energetic and enthusiastic students planned assemblies and taught lessons which modeled ways to combat bullying and diffuse aggressive situations. Their fun and educational activities were thoroughly enjoyed by students who benefited from their important messages.
Michael Ward, an eighth grader at Ss. Robert and William Catholic School, has been notified by the National Geographic Society that he is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2017 Ohio National Geographic State Bee. The contest will be held at The Fawcet Center in Columbus on Friday, March 31, 2017.
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The parish family of Ss. Robert & William Parish (367 East 260th Street) cordially invite you to come and celebrate Mass with us. We hope you will find us a warm and welcoming community.
It was an honor for principals Ms. Meg Cosgriff and Mrs. Martha Dodd to welcome Mr. Chris Knight to Ss. Robert and William School in November. Mr. Knight is the new Superintendent of the Office of the Secretary for Catechetical Formation and Education in the Diocese of Cleveland. SRW was the host site for a dinner meeting for all the Catholic elementary principals that serve in the eastern region. It was invigorating to have the opportunity to meet with Mr. Knight to share our vision for Catholic education and to brainstorm for the future.
In response to our mission and commitment to academic excellence, Ss. Robert & William Catholic School provided Chromebooks to every student in grades 4-8. This 1:1 initiative, together with the utilization of the Google Classroom, provides students with an authentic 21st century learning experience.
Please join us on Sunday, January 8th at 12:30 pm in the church for our Epiphany Anniversary Concert. The Music Ministry of our parish will showcase seasonal music selections in celebration of Ss. Robert & William's seven-year anniversary.
Junior High religion teacher, Patrice Garuckas, from Ss. Robert and William Catholic School was selected from a large pool of applicants from across the country to participate in an intensive week of study in Washington, D.C. this past July. The program called the Eileen Ludwig Greenland National Bearing Witness Institute was started in 1995. The purpose of the program is to train teachers about the impact of the Holocaust, the history and resurgence of Anti-Semitism, the relationship between the Jews and the Catholics, and ways to combat prejudice and bigotry in the modern world. This nationally renowned program is sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League, the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the National Catholic Educational Association, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Georgetown University. Forty Catholic school educators were chosen for this program based upon their applications, essays, and recommendations. Their week-long endeavor included studies and trips to the United States Holocaust Museum, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington Hebrew Congregation, the Israeli Embassy, the Romanian Embassy, and Georgetown University.
Boy scouts working toward the rank of Eagle Scout must do what is called an Eagle Scout Service Project. These service projects must benefit an organization other than the Boy Scouts. Often local churches or community groups are the beneficiary. David Paus a senior at Villa Angela- St. Joseph H.S. and a member of Troop 54 at Ss. Robert & Willam Parish chose for his project to make paliative care blankets for cardiac patients at University Hospitals of Cleveland.
Ss. Robert and William Catholic Parish celebrated its sixth successful, but rainy International Family Festival August 11-14 in Euclid.
Enjoy Four Days of Food and Fun at the Ss. Robert & William International Family Festival, August 11-14
Join neighbors and friends at the sixth annual International Family Festival at Ss. Robert & William Catholic Church, 367 E. 260th St., Euclid, August 11-14.
The atmosphere here in Cleveland is electric! We are now the city of champions (thanks Cavs), and Cleveland has shown how well it can celebrate a very meaningful and well deserved victory. The 'Cleveland Curse' is over! What great joy began for Cleveland when the buzzer brought that 52-year drought to an end. Moses led the Israelites through an arid desert for 40 years...Cleveland, we can relate.
Italian Day, Eastern European Night: Two Stages Provide Lots of Entertainment Options at the Ss. Robert & William International Family Festival, August 11-14
Two separate stages (one is air-conditioned) will allow a wider variety of bands to play at the 6th annual International Family Festival, August 11 through 14, at Ss. Robert and William Catholic Church in Euclid.
During the week of June 20-24, approximately 70 children gathered at Ss. Robert & William for their annual Vacation Bible School Program.
Ss Robert & Williams’ Catholic School may have some future Cleveland Cavaliers on their hands! Their 6th grade boy’s basketball team has had a “stellar” year posting a very impressive 22-0 season record in the Greater Cleveland Catholic Diocese CYO League respectively. Maybe its due to the fact that most of these boys have been playing together since before the 4th grade, or that their coaching staff (made up by John Pavlica, Brian Dunmire and Marcia Clarke) is passionate about this sport and take the time to teach these young men the strategies necessary to succeed and help them realize their individual potential and God given talents. Not only do they hold the “undefeated” status for the past 2 regular seasons, but these talented sportsmen have also earned themselves the following championship titles for the 2015/16 season: