St. Colette Parish
Welcome to the Parish of St. Colette!
We are uniquely situated near the old Bennet’s Corners which makes us a Brunswick Parish serving parts of North Royalton, Hinckley, and Strongsville as well as Brunswick (Medina County). The parish was founded on July 1, 1977 with the first Mass celebrated on July 10, 1977, with Fr. Thomas Montavon serving as the founding and first pastor. We think of ourselves as a vibrant and welcoming parish situated on a beautiful green campus. We are a parish growing constantly both in number and in spirit! After serving for 22 years as the chaplain of Holy Name High School in Parma Heights, I have the opportunity to be the second pastor of our parish. Thank you for visiting our web site- and know that you are always welcome to join us at the Table of the Lord! Our greeting is always a warm and genuine Welcome!
St. Colette, pray for us!
Fr. Wm. R. Krizner
Welcome to St. Colette!
330 W 130th
Sunday 8am 10am 1130am
Monday Wednesday Friday 11am
Saturday 3pm-330pm or by appointment
First Tuesday of every month 5pm-7pm
Parish Office Hours
Monday thru Thursday 9am - 8pm
Friday 9am - 4pm
Saturday 10am - 1pm
Lily and Grace, the Gift Shop
is open after every Mass and all throughout regular Office Hours. Stop in and see our entire line of religious items for your home, for gift-giving!
In the Acts of the Apostles, we learn that God has opened the door of faith for the early Church.But did you know that God has opened the door of faith for each one us and he invites us to step through the threshold into a deeper relationship with him.The upcoming Year of Faith is an opportunity for every Catholic to turn towards Jesus Christ, encounter him in the Sacraments, especially the Eucharist and rediscover the Faith and Church.
With his Apostolic Letter of October 11, 2011,Porta Fidei. . . , Pope Benedict XVI declared that a "Year of Faith" will begin on October 11, 2012 and conclude on November 24, 2013. October 11, 2012, the first day of the Year of Faith, is the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council. . . (Vatican II) and also the twentieth anniversary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. During the Year of Faith, Catholics are asked to study and reflect on the documents of Vatican II and the catechism so that they may deepen their knowledge of the faith.
"The 'door of faith' (Acts14:27) is always open for us, ushering us into the life of communion with God and offering entry into his Church."---Pope Benedict XVI, Apostolic Letter Porta Fidei for the Indiction of the Year of Faith.
The upcoming Year of Faith is a “summons to an authentic and renewed conversion to the Lord, the One Savior of the world” (Porta Fidei 6). In other words, the Year of Faith is an opportunity for Catholics to experience a conversion – to turn back to Jesus and enter into a deeper relationship with him. The “door of faith” is opened at one’s baptism, but during this year Catholics are called to open it again, walk through it and rediscover and renew their relationship with Christ and his Church.
On these pages you will find videos and links to a variety of resources to help you renew you baptismal call by living out the everyday moments of their lives with faith, hope and love