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: 3:30pm-4:45pm; Sunday 9:45am-10:45am, and by appointment




Weekly Bulletin

  • Sun, May 19th

  • Sun, May 12th

Office Hours

Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 4:00pm


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.



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FROM OUR PASTOR Happy Holy Week & Easter 2019

Dear Parishioners, Alumni, and Friends

“Since the beginning of Lent until now we have prepared our hearts by penance and charitable works. Today we gather to herald with the whole Church the beginning of the celebration of our Lord’s Paschal Mystery, that is to say, of his Passion and Resurrection.” Thus begins the great liturgies of Holy Week on Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord. Following the blessing of Palms on Palm Sunday, procession is made to the altar of Sacrifice, to remind us that Holy Week is one long procession, journeying with Jesus through the events of the final week of his public ministry, as he makes his way to the Cross, the altar of our salvation. Like the crowds who heralded Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem, join us at St. Ignatius for these beautiful and powerful Holy Week liturgies. In the Holy week liturgies we recognize Jesus as the One in whom we should trust every day.

This year on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday, we will gather for the Church’s Morning Prayer at 10am each morning. We will pray the Psalms which Jesus uttered in his heart and upon the cross, as a way of keeping holy the hours of the Sacred Triduum.

We will observe the Washing of the Feet during the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper, to recall Jesus’ Mandatum, the mandate “to love one another as I have loved you” and make procession with the Blessed Sacrament to the altar of repose for a period of adoration of Jesus’ Real Presence in the Eucharist which He instituted at the Last Supper.

Enter into the solemn silence of Good Friday with us at the Celebration of the Passion of the Lord as we turn our gaze to the cross, “the source of eternal life, the school of justice and peace, the universal patrimony of pardon and mercy (Pope Benedict XVI, Good Friday 2008).”

And anticipating the joy of the feast of Easter, consider bringing your Easter baskets to be blessed on Holy Saturday, and then rejoice with the whole Church and celebrate the new life of the Resurrection at the Great Easter Vigil or one of the Easter Sunday masses.

During Holy Week and Easter we turn to the Lord to illuminate the darkness in our lives with his Holy Light. Come let us worship! May God bless you and your families this Holy Week and Easter season.


Fr. Kevin Estabrook, Pastor


"You really need to see 'Unplanned' (Article by Parishioner Marilyn Kopp published in the Washington Examiner)


Bishop Perez's letter to the Faithful Regarding Changes to the Communion Rite in the Diocese of Cleveland. Click Here




We are excited to announce that our parish has subscribed to a dynamic new online platform called FORMED. Every parishioner will have 24/7 access to the best Catholic content on any device, including your computer, smartphone and tablet with internet access. With FORMED you’ll find video programs that explain the Catholic faith, explore the deepest meaning of marriage, receive Bible studies on a variety of topics and includes inspiring audio talks. And you’ll find presenters like Dr. Tim Gray, Dr. Scott Hahn, Bishop Robert Barron and a lot more. They’re all part of our parish subscription. It truly is the Catholic faith - on demand. Here’s how easy it is to get FORMED: Go to www.SIOA.formed.org. You should see the registration box for parishioners. Now set up a username and a password. Now you are all set to use all the great programs on FORMED.org anytime by simply logging in. If you have any questions please contact Fr. Estabrook at the Parish Office.



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