A church with a mission in the city


Welcome to St. Ignatius of Antioch Catholic Church. You are welcome here! 

As a Christian community, we are committed to play our part in bringing Jesus Christ to our neighborhood and to each person.  With humility and with wonder, we believe what St. Paul said, "It is God who is at work in us, giving us the will and the power to achieve his purpose."

Please let us know how we can help.

St. Ignatius of Antioch Catholic Parish

Mass Times

Saturday Evening Vigil: 5pm
Sunday: 9am and 11am
Weekdays: MTWF 8:00am
Holy Days: Please See Bulletin

Confession: Saturday: 4:15pm-4:45pm




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Weekly Bulletin

  • Sun, Oct 14th

  • Sun, Oct 7th

Office Hours

Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

Pope Francis We are called to mercy

What's Coming Up


Our annual Stewardship Ministry fair will have a fun, new twist this year. Our parish is teaming with talent and we want to celebrate the breadth of creative energy alive within community. This fun, family-friendly, parish event will include performance talent, artistic talent and culinary talent. Join us on Saturday, October 20 at 6 pm to celebrate the giftedness we all possess and enjoy food, fun and fellowship. Bring a potluck dish to share and if you want to showcase a talent, contact Mike Hoag, Stewardship Chair for details at 216 - 401-7973 or mhoag@sbcglobal.net. 




Don’t miss the ClamBash this year! Parishioners, Alumni, friends and family are all invited to join us in the McIntyre Center on Sunday, October 14. Doors will open at 12:30 pm and dinner will be served at 3:30 pm. Join the class of ‘68 for a fun afternoon and delicious food! Bruno’s Ristorante will cater the event, providing a traditional clambake dinner or a steak dinner (everything but clams), both with all the trimmings. Cost for either dinner is $35 per person; $12 for an extra dozen of clams. You may bring your own appetizer, BYOB (please bring your own beverage) and a dessert to share. Coffee is the only beverage that will be provided. Tickets are available at the Parish Office, by phone at 216-251-0300 cash / credit card / check. Advanced sales only. We hope you can join us and renew old friendships and make new ones!








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FROM OUR PASTOR : September 2, 2018

Our Parish Picnic last Sunday at Lakewood Park on the shores of beautiful Lake Erie was a summer event that was enjoyed by all. Good food along with wonderful company in a unique outdoor environment along with nice weather made it a great day. Thank you to everyone who contributed a side dish, dessert or more to the picnic. And a big thanks to our Parish Council and other helpers who did all of the behind the scenes work for the picnic. Our Parish Council president, Mary Hanigosky took charge once again in providing for the picnic. All of the other council member deserve our thanks too – Brian McGraw, Jim and Julie Strunk, Bill Woods and Sister Dianne who helps especially with the purchases for the picnic. I hope that we will continue this tradition of a Parish Picnic next year too.

This month we will have our Annual Stewardship Retreat on Friday night September 21 and continuing on Saturday, September 22 until 2 pm. This year’s retreat will be on the second pillar of a stewardship way of life – PRAYER. We have been emphasizing prayer all year since our Stewardship Renewal in October of last year. Fr. Tim O’Connor, pastor of St Joseph parish in Amherst, and pastor of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary parish in South Amherst will be our retreat leader. The retreat is open to all parish members and school staff as well. If you would like to attend, or, for more information, please call Cara Gallagher in the Parish House office at 216-251-0300. There is no charge for the retreat and we will have dinner together on Friday along with breakfast and lunch being provided on Saturday.

Fr Troha








New Recycling Bin !!!



RIVER VALLEY PAPER COMPANY Saint Ignatius of Antioch Church and School have partnered with River Valley Paper Company to help with our recycling needs. Items accepted in our bin are magazines, catalogs, newspapers, office papers, notebooks, wrapping paper, holiday cards, paper bags, mail, junk mail, hard and soft bound books, phonebooks and bagged, shredded paper. Items not accepted are styrofoam, plastic, aluminum, glass, metal and trash. Your participation in our recycling efforts not only conserves landfill space, it raises funds for Saint Ignatius as well.   Acceptable Items for recycling





FREE VIDEOS No kidding!



We now have free (isn't that just one of your favorite words??) access to all the Symbolon videos online.

Touch here to go to the Symbolon website.  At the top of the page, touch the text "Parishioner Registration".  You will be asked for our parish code  --  it's 160761.  Enter that number in the box  --  on the next screen, create an account for yourself  --  then pick which video you want to watch! 


Lower Church Proposed Renovations

 In the early days of our Parish, Mass was held in the basement of the church while the upstairs was still under construction. In the 1950's weekly  Sunday Mass attendees were so great in number that services were held simultaneously in both the upstairs and the downstairs church .

Our Parish needs evolved over the years and the basement became a catch-all for storage. You would find Christmas decorations and church pews, statutes and candlesticks, pieces and parts from the Church festivals and oddities of all kinds.

In the 1980's  a section of the basement was partitioned off to store items for our Food Pantry. 

Recently crews have been working to eliminate the clutter , organize the valuables and reclaim the basement for usable space. 

The following is the Final Rendering of the renovations planned for the lower church.   You will be hearing more on this project and how it is being funded, in the near future.



Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage

Touch here, and you will see the full text of three press releases concerning the Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision from (1)Bp. Lennon and also from (2)the Ohio Bishops and then from (3)the  entire USCCB.

Here is an excerpt from the national statement:

It is profoundly immoral and unjust for the government to declare that two people of the same sex can constitute a marriage.

The unique meaning of marriage as the union of one man and one woman is inscribed in our bodies as male and female. The protection of this meaning is a critical dimension of the “integral ecology” that Pope Francis has called us to promote. Mandating marriage redefinition across the country is a tragic error that harms the common good and most vulnerable among us, especially children. The law has a duty to support every child's basic right to be raised, where possible, by his or her married mother and father in a stable home.

Jesus Christ, with great love, taught unambiguously that from the beginning marriage is the lifelong union of one man and one woman. As Catholic bishops, we follow our Lord and will continue to teach and to act according to this truth.

I encourage Catholics to move forward with faith, hope, and love: faith in the unchanging truth about marriage, rooted in the immutable nature of the human person and confirmed by divine revelation; hope that these truths will once again prevail in our society, not only by their logic, but by their great beauty and manifest service to the common good; and love for all our neighbors, even those who hate us or would punish us for our faith and moral convictions.

Visit us now on video!



Beautiful video from Thai Life Insurance (of all places!)

Here is a second video from Thai Life Insurance.  A powerful statement of love and other-ness and even the way that one life supports another.


A word from Fr. Barron Prevalence of Abortion