The Full Schedule for St. Elizabeth

Lots of questions have circulated wondering about the complete schedule of Masses at the new Shrine of St. Elizabeth, staffed by the Institute of Christ the King.

On Sundays, two Masses are available: 8am and 10am. Monday through Thursday are at 7:30am. Masses on Fridays are at 6:30pm. On Saturdays, the Mass is at 9am.

Confessions will precede all Masses, about 30 minutes before.

Beginning Wednesday, November 1, the Feast of All Saints and a holy day of obligation, we are reminded that the full reduction of Traditional Latin Masses, decided by Bishop Malesic in accordance with Traditionis Custodes, goes into effect. This means that St. Elizabeth will be the main hub for Masses, but also the only place that the Faithful can receive the additional sacraments in the traditional form. However, St. Stephen on the west side of Cleveland and St. Mary in Akron will be Mass locations for SUNDAY ONLY, from November 1. The current understanding is that Bishop Malesic has asked Rome to approve St. Stephen and St. Mary, and no response has yet been given. It’s worth noting that in other dioceses, these sorts of “approvals” have only been for a limited time, mostly around 2 years. A wait-and-see approach is our only approach.

Mass times for the holy day, the Feast of All Saints, at St. Elizabeth, have not yet been made fully available, outside of the daily at 7:30am.

Mass Schedule for St. Elizabeth of Hungary
Sunday: 8am, 10am
Monday-Thursday: 7:30am
Friday: 6:30pm
Saturday: 9am

25 thoughts on “The Full Schedule for St. Elizabeth

  1. You are all being tricked into attending this mass. Some of the reasons why they picked this church, out of all the others, are: 1.) It’s more difficult to get to than the others; 2.) It’s in a very dangerous part of the city; and 3.) There’s almost no Communion rail. Furthermore, the ICK is nothing more than a policing agency for the Vatican. They have been given control of all the diocesan (Latin) masses, throughout the United States, and no one will answer as to why this is. As I watch people express relief that their Latin Mass has been saved, I can’t help but think of all the Jews who thought the Nazi Party offered them a better life, only to realize later that the “better life” was death. Those of you who fall victim to this rouse, deserve what you have coming… the eventual demise of your Latin Mass. Always remember the teachings of the Apostolic Fathers: no one is required to follow the demands of a heretical bishop. In this case, the bishop who pretends to be the leader of the Catholic Church (Francis). Rest assured that after all the dust settles and there is no longer a Latin Mass in Cleveland, the SSPX will be the only place where the true Catholic faith/liturgy is preserved.

    1. There is plenty to be righteously angry about and we shouldn’t have to be worrying about any of this, but I think these points are the last of our worries.

      1.) This is entirely relative to the direction you are coming from- if you are coming from the south on 77N, it is faster than almost every other location.

      2.) Compared to Richfield, Ohio, every part of Cleveland is vastly more dangerous. Buckeye certainly is worse than other neighborhoods, but it appears that they are going out of their way to provide security at the church, and the opportunity corridor has improved the area substantially.

      3.) The rail is located on premises and they are in the process of restoring it ASAP as far as I know.

      Please correct me if I am mistaken- I understand there are other points of contention, but credit should be given where it is due.

      1. John, It would be good if the underlying reason (for what they are doing) was meant to benefit the Traditional (Latin) Community. Sadly, this is not the case. What aggravates me so much is that the people running this show are true Marxists, and they believe we’re all a bunch of simple-minded fools. My goal is to let them know that at least some of us understand what they’re up to. I believe the ICK will also be a victim in the end. This is a good organization that is being used by the Vatican. By the way, Queen of the Holy Rosary Church in Vienna is another good option for folks. Here is there bulletin for this week: This is an FSSP chapel that is approved.

    2. 1. It’s a straight shot off I77 down the Opportunity Corridor.
      2. I wouldn’t want to spend much time on Buckeye going downtown from there, but the immediate area of St. E. feels pretty safe to me, especially since it’s nestled next to Miceli Cheese
      3. The Communion rail exists and will be reinstalled.
      4. So the FSSP is NOT a policing agency for the Vatican? ICK isn’t the only game in town.

      There’s no telling what a Francis II or Paul VII might do, and one is right to expect the worst. But we might get Leo XIV or Pius XIII. Assuming that it’s FrancisChurch’s design to boot us all out piecemeal….do you want to give them the satisfaction of bailing to SSPX (or, worse SSPV) already? Make them work for it!

  2. Queen of the Holy Rosary Church in Vienna, located southeast of Middlefield, has a 7 p.m. Latin Mass this evening (Wednesday). They also offer three Latin Masses on Sundays. This is an FFSP chapel that is in full communion with Rome. It’s about an hour and 10 minutes from my home in Mentor, but it’s well worth the drive.

  3. Welcome to the ICKSP fold…. neighbors! I am a parishioner at the ICKSP grouping in Pittsburgh.. We have existed since 2018 getting our own Church about 9 mos later. We ended up purchasing the Church from the diocese which was a key move if the papal edict is expanded. We had two other locations at the time offering the TLM, but now we are down to one other location and that on 1st Fridays and the 3rd Sunday of the month only.. So the schedule has been reduced.. The other location is in Washington PA and that is once a month on the 4th Sunday of the month..the last I checked. So expect some back and forth with TLM scheduling as we’ve experienced here. I’ve attended the mass several times in Cleveland at St Roccos, Immaculate Conception, and St Sebastian in Akron and I will miss not attending those locations.. Hopefully, I will be able to make it out to St Elizabeth soon..

    God Bless the you all and the Cleveland TLM!

    Joe B

    p.s….. expect a few changes during a ICKSP Low LM…. like the Sanctus Candle lit after the Sanctus… The French Organ played at the beginning on occasions, some variations in the prayers after Low Mass, and the Nobis quoque peccatoribus not being recited aloud by the Canon.. This can take awhile to adjust to.. Though you will always have faith filled sermons with the Canons.. very in depth…a truly spiritual experience!!

    Pgh PA

  4. A stab in the back. I went to Immaculate Conception Sunday and I knew something was different when only about 25 people were in the pews. It was the Novus Ordo in Latin. Then I check the other parish I frequent, St. Stevens on West 54 th. And found out they no longer offer the Tridentine Mass??
    So we are supposed to drive into the ghetto with our families to hear the mass of the ages? This so called Pope needs to be fired by God quickly before he drives us all off a cliff. Why is it that other Eastern branches of Catholicism are allowed to have different sacred liturgies e.g. Ukrainian Catholics, but we are stuck with some guitar playing performer with parishioners handling the Holy Eucharist like it’s candy? Yet we are not allowed to hear the mass in Latin? SSPX here I come.

    1. St. Stephen does have the Tridentine Mass on Sundays at 9:30am, same time as before. It is not listed in their bulletin or on their website any longer. This was a directive given by Roche and Francis back in 2021. St. Mary’s in Akron is also now hosting the Tridentine Mass, again, on Sundays only at 1pm. It is not published by them either.

      All of Cleveland is ghetto, if you ask me. Going to Immaculate Conception or St. Stephen is no different than going to St. Elizabeth now. You should take a drive over to St. Elizabeth and see if you still feel the same way.

    1. lol. Yep. I live here. Born and raised. Thatโ€™s how I see it. Raising my family on the west side. For what itโ€™s worth, Iโ€™m more afraid of the novus ordo than the ghetto. ๐Ÿ˜

      1. The Novus Ordo in Latin was the hybrid mass I attended at Immaculate Conception. The red Latin-English missal was different. It was not the Tridentine Mass. I hope you are right about St.Stevens 9:30 Sunday service.

  5. Maybe if the ethnic groups had stayed in the neighrhooos, you would not be complaing about them being “ghetto”….your “ghetto” churches don’t seem to have any real interaction wirh, or ministry to your “ghettos”. Almost as if they are simply ethnic
    religious social clubs…

  6. FYI the Tridentine Mass was celebrated today at St. Stephens 9:30 AM and it looks like it will continue to be celebrated. Interestingly they are not allowed to advertise is on their website or in the church bulletin.
    I guess a Novus Ordo Mass with women doing interpretive dancing in front of the alter is ok, as long as there is no Latin.
    Something is very wrong with the Bishop of Rome.

  7. FYI the Tridentine Mass was celebrated today at St. Stephens 9:30 AM and it looks like it will continue to be celebrated. Interestingly they are not allowed to advertise is on their website or in the church bulletin.
    I guess a Novus Ordo Mass with women doing interpretive dancing in front of the alter is ok, as long as there is no Latin.
    Something is very wrong with the Bishop of Rome.

    1. It seems like some dioceses are in fact responding unfavorably to the โ€œreverentโ€ novus ordos (ad orientem, Latin, etc) happening around the country. Just saw something about it in Pittsburgh, I believe.

      Word is the permission for St Stephen and St Mary is for 2 years only, to be reevaluated then. Question I have is what is going to be evaluated or assessed? My guess is how successfully pastors were able to accompany the faithful over to the novus ordo. So is the reverent novus ordo the means to soften the blow? Tough question, I know.

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