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Letter from Bishop Bonnar to Holy Spirit Parishioner about Change in Pastoral Leadership

Please read the letter from Bishop Bonnar for details of the change in pastoral leadership.

Welcome Father Matthew Zwilling to Holy Spirit Catholic Church!

Mass Schedule

Saturday 5:00PM

Sunday: 9:30AM

Daily Mass Schedule
Monday: No Mass
Tuesday: 9:00AM
Wednesday: No Mass
Thursday: 9:00AM
Friday: No Mass
Holy Days 9:30AM & 7:00PM

Daily Readings

Daily Readings
from U.S. Conference of Bishops

Mission Statement

Holy Spirit Parish
is called to be family
finding its center
in Christ and His Body
the parish - and in turn,
reflecting that
Love of Christ
to the community
and beyond.


We invite you to journey with us as we follow the promptings of God's Spirit to discover, celebrate and share the Mystery of God's love revealed to us through Christ. Explore this site to discover some of the opportunities available for you to grow in faith and the love of Christ. On behalf of the Holy Spirit faith community, we welcome you and hope that you will come and join us in one of our weekend liturgies.

Ways to Give

Ways to contribute to the parish can be found on the Ways of Giving page.
We thank you for your generosity and support. With the options listed, 100% of your gift goes directly to the parish.

Prayers for those who have died

Please pray for our deceased and the families who mourn their loss:

May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.

News, Events & Meetings


On May 25 at 12:00 pm, we invite graduates (high school or college) and their families to Holy Spirit for a blessing in celebration of your graduation. You can wear your cap and gown, if you desire and invite fellow graduates to attend as well.

Making the world a better place for everyone starts with prayer and little steps like saying hello, sorry, or thank you. “Our world will change if we all begin with these little things, without being ashamed to take small steps, one at a time,” said Pope Francis in a letter to children announcing the special event. World Children’s Day is May 25-26, 2024 in Vatican City and we as the local Church extend our gratitude for the energy, excitement and enthusiasm that children add to our faith community. Happy World Children’s Day!

Catholic Charities will hold its annual First Step for Change campaign again this year, honoring the faith, humility and love it takes to raise a child, and recognizing that many parents lack adequate financial resources for their children. Funds raised through this campaign assist low-income expectant parents and families with food, formula, clothing, diapers, and other items essential to a child’s health, safety and well-being. Each family interested in participating is asked to pick up a FIRST STEP PACKET after Mass this weekend. Take the FIRST STEP PACKET home, learn about the program, prayerfully consider a gift, and return your envelopes to our Parish by June 30th. All money collected by our Parish will help to meet the needs in our own community! Thank you for joining us in supporting this pro-life campaign.

It takes 100% heart to foster and adopt in Ohio. Every year, people open their homes to children in need – and they don’t all have fancy houses or graduate degrees. What they do have is 100% heart. Thousands of children in Ohio need stable, consistent, and loving homes. Becoming a kinship, foster, or adoptive parent is a serious, yet rewarding experience that requires research and preparation. Children are the future of our communities. It is up to each of us to make sure that they have families to help them grow and be safe. Children who have been abused or neglected need caring, compassionate people to be willing to open their hearts and homes as foster families or adoptive parents. If you or someone you know might be interested in taking on the challenges and rewards of becoming a foster or adoptive parent, please use this link to learn more. Learn More Today at https://fosterandadopt.jfs.ohio.gov/foster-care/foster-care

Holy Spirit PSR & Youth Group Activities


Vacation Bible School will be held June 24-28 from 9:30am-noon. Registration forms and postcards for children Pre-K through 5th grade and youth volunteers are on the wooden tables near the main doors. You can also register on-line by scanning the QR code. Bring your kids, your grandkids, your friend’s and your neighbor’s kids too! Hurry, deadline to register is June 16. Contact Cathy at the parish office with questions, concerns or to lend a hand for this fun week.

Save the Date

Learn a little, laugh a little, and enjoy the art of quilting as we piece together a new Chunky Block throw. We will be meeting on Wednesdays May 22, 29, and June 5th from 6-7:30 pm. Contact Cassie after mass or at 330-265-3817 for information on available quilt kits and signing up for classes.

Many hands are needed for our Building and Grounds volunteer work day on Saturday, June 1 from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. The workday enables us to continue the care and maintenance of our buildings and property by completing some major projects. No skill is needed, only a willingness to give of your time. Lunch will be provided. Please sign up on the table by the wood doors.

Magnificat of Stark County, a ministry to Catholic women, invites you to a breakfast on Saturday June 8th. Doors open at 8:00 Mass at 8:30am. Please join us for a special time of fellowship and sharing. Our guest speaker is Holly Linger.
Holly is a parishioner of St. Hilary’s in Fairlawn. She and her husband, Tim, are the parents of five children. From an early age, Holly had a strong faith and a powerful encounter with God. Throughout the years, many life circumstances would challenge this faith. During her freshman year of high school, an airplane crash caused her family to take in three orphaned children. Family life suddenly changed dramatically. Then in college, Holly met her future husband, Tim, a Protestant. Leaving the Catholic Church to explore non-denominational fellowship as a newlywed, her faith would be shaken like never before with a complicated pregnancy. Their firstborn son, Jacob, would live only three months. Desperate to baptize him at the news that doctors couldn’t save his life, Holly began to search for the truth about infant baptism. Holly and Tim would lose two more infant children. Through it all, God was slowly revealing the truth of the Catholic Church. Cost: $25 Mail-in/$26 Online. For more information about our speaker and to make your reservation visit magnificatstark.weebly.com or call Sally Kohring at 330-484-1623. Reservations cannot be accepted after June 1st, 2024. New Location -Holiday Inn Canton, 4520 Everhard Road NW, Canton.

Join young adults throughout the diocese for the 2nd-annual young adult summer festival on Friday, July 26 through Saturday, July 27, 2024! Taken from last year’s theme, based on World Youth Day’s theme – “Mary AROSE and went in haste” – the ARISE Young Adult Summer Festival tradition has begun! This event includes inspiring talks and speakers, discussion and community-building with other young adults, Mass, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, food and fellowship, and s’mores next to a bonfire under the stars. Confession will be available during Adoration both nights – come experience God’s STEADFAST LOVE for you! All young adults across the diocese are welcome to join together at St. Robert in Cortland to celebrate their faith during this special weekend! To register, go to Registration Form

The Second Annual Bishop’s Golf Classic, benefiting Seminarian Formation and other needs is scheduled for Tuesday, August 6, 2024 at The Youngstown Country Club. Mark your calendars now and watch media for more updates in this new year.

New To Our Parish

We welcome you to Holy Spirit. To register, you may stop at our parish office, see Fr. John after Mass, or call the office at 330-699-4500. View our Holy Spirit Welcome Form

How Can We Serve You

Please let us know what your needs are and how we can assist you on your faith journey. We are here to grow in faith beside you. May Christ’s blessings be with you. Contact us at 330-699-4500 or parishoffice@holyspiritunoh.org or go to our Holy Spirit Welcome Form