Welcome to Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

We, the people of Holy Redeemer Church, believe in the teachings of the Catholic Church and in the real Presence of Christ, Our Lord in the Eucharist. We are a community that prays together, and we give of our time, talent and treasure. We seek to be good examples of Christian living by loving one another as Christ loves us, and by placing high values on family life. We believe all human life has value from beginning to end. We see our parish as a family which includes the unborn, youth, singles, single parents, married, married parents, divorced, separated, widowed and seniors. Because we see Christ in others, we seek out and welcome ALL people.

Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church

Advent 2020

Preparing the way of the Lord... Holy Redeemer Church 

See the light in the midst of the darkness. Can you give an hour?

December 23           Wednesday Holy Hour with Communion Service, 1:00pm in the Church

December 24           Christmas Eve Vigil Mass at 4:00pm, 6:00pm NEW, and Midnight

December 25           Christmas Day Mass at 10:30am

December 26/27     Weekend Mass for the Feast of the Holy Family, 4pm and 10:30am

December 31           Vigil for the Solemnity of Mary, 5pm

January 1                  Solemnity of Mary 10:30am, Prayer for a year with Renewed Hope

From the Desk of Fr. Marty

Dear Parishioners,

This year has been filled with many changes, worries, and fears but we, as Catholics, know that regardless of all the stresses and scares, our real gift is HOPE in the Lord.

         We have been given a gift of time at home, a gift of focusing on our families, a gift of finding out what means the most to us throughout this pandemic.  So take these gifts and combine them with the HOPE we have in the goodness and grace of our Lord, Jesus, who comes to u

s in a special way this year in the celebration of His Nativity.  God chose to show us His amazing and unfathomable love by coming to us in our humanity to once and for all, to break the chains of death caused by sin.  Because of the “Yes” of our Blessed Virgin Mary and the cooperation of St. Joseph, this humble, poor baby gives all of us the hope of salvation and of being reunited with God in heaven in perfect peace and happiness, a true and lasting gift. 

 I wish all of you a blessed and Holy Christmas celebration.  I pray that you and your families will be healthy and safe. Most of all, I pray that you will see the “real gift” in Christmas of the message of hope in God’s love and care for you. 

May God Bless you, Fr. Marty




Covid-19 Precautions at Church

Diocesan Requirement for Returning to Mass

  • The faithful are obliged to wear a mask (or other face covering) upon entering the church and during the celebration of the Mass, except for the brief moment of the reception of Holy Communion.

  • Singing will be limited to the Organist to prevent germ spreading at this time.

  • Social distancing will be observed. Family members may sit together but are required to maintain six feet of distance between other households at all times. 

  • Pews are reserved for the disabled and their families in the front of church & at the cross aisles of church. Please be considerate of those with special needs.

  • Two pews distance will be required for seating in the congregation. Please sit in the open pews ONLY.

  • For the health and safety of all, reception of Holy Communion is expected in the hand.

  • The Offertory Collection will be at the end of Mass when ministers will be holding baskets where you may place your collection envelopes.

  • Please follow directions posted when lighting candles for your safety.




Join us on FORMED.ORG!  Formed is a subscription service offering access to thousands of Catholic studies, film and ebooks from many different Catholic content producers like Augustine Institute, Ignatius Press, USCCB, EWTN and more….

How do I subscribe?

Go to holyredeemercleveland.formed.org  and click on register now!

You will be prompted to give your email address and create a password so that you can access all the great programs and resources that formed has to offer!

You can choose a STUDY featuring all different sources for all ages, you can WATCH movies and videos with Catholic content, you can LISTEN to audio books, talks and podcasts to enrich your faith, and you can READ and download books to your computer or Kindle device. 

There is so much to discover and decide what YOU are interested in so that you can strengthen and grow in your faith!  If we find a few people are interested in the same topic we can do a study group together; we could host a movie night; we could listen to an audio drama together; we could have a book study for men or women. What would you like to do? Email us at [email protected] and let us know!


Mass Times

Saturday (Vigil) 4PM
Sunday: 10:30AM
Daily Mass: 8:00AM
Holy Days: 8AM & 7PM
Confessions Saturday 3-3:30PM. Call for an appointment.


  • Sun, May 16th

  • Sun, May 9th

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 10AM - 3PM & By Appointment





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