St. Stephen Stations
The Society of St. Stephen published "The Way of the Cross" by Saint Alphonsus Liguori utilizing images of the Stations found in Historic St. Stephen Church. To obtain a copy, send your request with any size donation to: The Society of St. Stephen, 1608 Warren Rd., Lakewood, OH 44107.
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There is a Story to
Welcome to the Society of St. Stephen. We are here to promote the awareness
of one of Cleveland's greatest architectural treasures, St. Stephen Church.
The story of the building of this church is the story of Cleveland and
it's development in the early 20th century. This was the time of large
scale immigration to Cleveland from Europe. As new immigrants established
themselves in this country, the neighborhood church was the cornerstone
of their community. The church was built with pride and craftsmenship
seldom seen today.
Story Involves You!
Show your interest in telling the story of Cleveland and it’s earlier
days by becoming a member of The St. Stephen Society. Your membership
dues will help us preserve the history and culture of our foundations.
Your involvement in the society will guarantee that future generations
will know the “Faith of our Fathers” and the impact individuals
have had on a society. Fill out the membership form and mail it in today.
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Cleveland Mass Mob at St. Stephen The Cleveland Mass Mob XIII attended St. Stephen Church on Pentecost Sunday May 24th at 11am.
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Featured in Universe Bulletin. A very nice article
was written by Jerri Donohue in the Universe Bulletin
St. Stephen Publications
The Society of St. Stephen has published a new information booklet about St. Stephen Church. To obtain a copy, send your request with any size donation to: The Society of St. Stephen, 1608 Warren Rd., Lakewood, OH 44107.
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Nicholaus at St. Stephen!
St. Nick visited the Children's Mass on Christmas Eve this year.
photos by Susan Wolff
The next meeting of the Society will be held on
September 12, 2016 in the Club Room.
and The Bells of St. Stephen
The Bells of St. Stephen were cast with the names of the soldiers who served in World War I, World War II and the Korean War. We have compiled a list of the names. You can see the whole list here. Let us know if you know any of these soldiers or have any stories you would like to share about them.
Also, we have been working to locate those Veteran's who fought for
the French Liberation in WWII. read more....
Footsteps to God