Rev. Ronald Bryda


Rev. John Mullee


Sandra J. Lynn


Mr. Michael F. Jervis Sr.
Mr. John Buda - retired.

Mission Statement
We are the parish of Our Lady Help of Christians, one parish with four worship communities. We are most of all, a people who recognize the presence of the Risen Christ in the Breaking of the Bread. Companions on a journey of faith, we continue to grow in the awareness that we are the Body of Christ, gifted with many members, united by the Holy Spirit, a sacrament of Christ's presence and action in the world today.  We are called and challenged to live the mystery of Christ's love with our lives.

We are called and challenged in the Name of:

Jesus Emmanuel, to be open to the Word of God, fully alive in the Spirit, and present for others all the moments of their lives, following the example of Mary.

Jesus the Good Shepherd, to care for the flock, share responsibility, and work together to further the reign of God.

Jesus Our Savior, to take a counter-cultural stance toward the materialism of society and proclaim with our lives that our salvation is in Jesus alone.

Jesus Divine Redeemer, to bring people who feel alienated or lost to the realization that God loves them and draws them forward with His grace to reconciliation.

Jesus the Christ Child, to exhibit simple trust and joyful wonder as we experience His deep love for each member of our Christian family from conception to death.

Jesus Our Teacher, to listen to the Word of God, to be nourished by it, and to witness to our faith in word and action following His example.

Mass Schedule

Saturday  5:30PM
Sunday  9:00AM
Wednesday  8:45AM

Sunday  8:30AM
Monday  7:00PM  except  July & August
2nd & 4th Tuesdays 9:00AM  except  July & August

Sunday  11:00AM

Saturday  5:00PM
Sunday  10:30AM

By Appointment  (330) 722-1180,  or see the  church bulletin.


Lent and Easter Liturgical Schedule

2014 Liturgical Schedule:

    Stations of the Cross:
        Friday April 11  at 7pm Litchfield, Nova and Seville
    Additional Masses:
        All Monday evenings, 7pm at Lodi
        All Wednesday mornings, 845am at Litchfield
    Holy Week
        April 14, Mass, 7pm, Lodi
        April 15, 9am Mass, Seville
        April 16, Tenebrae, Lodi, at 7:30pm
    Holy Thursday:
        April 17, at 7pm, Mass of Lord's Supper Medina County Fairgrounds
        Adoration immediately following mass in Litchfield until Midnight
    Good Friday:
        April 18 Morning Prayer, Litchfield at 10am
        Nova Church Open from Noon - 3pm
        Nova - Stations of the Cross at 130pm
        Soup and Bread Dinner - 6pm, Litchfield
        Please bring your soup mug and spoon. Sign up to share soup or bread.
        Service at 730pm, Litchfield
    Easter Vigil:
        April 19, Seville, 11am Food Blessing
        April 19, Litchfield, 9pm
    Easter Sunday:
        Normal Mass Schedule at all worship sites.
    Divine Mercy:
        April 27, at 3pm, Seville


    Guest Speakers during Lent:
        Robert Barron's Catholicism, Wed. March 19, 26 and April 2,
        Lodi at 7pm, sponsored by Adult Faith Commission

        Fr. Bob Sanson speaks on Pope Francis, Weds. April 9
        7pm in Litchfield


Easter Candy


        The BEEs committee for A.W.E. are doing a Lenten process of the
        Liturgy of Hospitality incorporated in the first four weeks of Lent.

        Please read the reflections below:

        Stranger's No Longer
        What Is Hospitality?
        Hitchin Post
        Blind Man
        Hospitality - A Review


Catholic Commission of Wayne, Ashland, Medina (WAM)


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