We are a parish family from many lifestyles and histories, joined by our common belief in God and in his son, Jesus, the Christ.

Blessed by the Holy Spirit with a wide variety of gifts and united together through Baptism, we strive to proclaim and live the Gospel. Nourished by the Word of God and the Eucharist, we minister to one another and together seek to evangelize those who are not of the faith community.

We welcome you to our parish Web site.


One of the richest blessings of our Saint Edward parish family is our strong sense of tradition. From our original founding as a parish community Saint Edward has been the parish home for generations of families who take great pride in our faith and the sense of tradition that has permeated our history.
Our Saint Edward community is always growing as we welcome new individuals and families to take their place in our parish faith story. Whether you can trace your lineage back to one of our founding families, or you are new to our community, there is a home for you at Saint Edward parish. God is calling each of us to reclaim our faith in Jesus Christ lived out in the Catholic Church. At Saint Edward parish you will discover a pastoral staff, and a faith community eager to help you become part of our Catholic community.


If you have been away from regular Mass attendance and would like to learn more about our faith community and the Catholic Church, please contact Sister Therese Ann Rich at 330.743.2308 or Email saintedwardparish@saintedwardparish.org

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He Is Risen!

Read: John 20:1-9   Gospel Summary On Friday afternoon when Jesus died, the women had not been able to finish the customary preparation for burial. The Sabbath began at sundown on Friday, so Mary of Magdala hurried to the tomb Sunday morning to complete her task. She found the tomb empty. Certain that Jesus’ body …

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The Way Of The Cross

During Holy Week, we invite you to meditate on Jesus’ passion and death through a special video reflection on The Way of the Cross – featuring the powerful artwork  of Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia and the equally stirring cello and piano arrangements of Joseph Hebert and Merrill Collins.    

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The Triduum

  The Easter Triduum is not a celebration of what once happened to Jesus, but is our celebration of what is happening to us. These days are “mystery” – not “history.” We celebrate God’s taking possession of our hearts at their deepest core, recreating us as a new human community broken like bread for the …

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The Chrism Mass

The Mass of Chrism comes once a year to our cathedral. If you’ve never celebrated it, you’re missing one of the most solemn and significant liturgies of our church. During the Mass, our bishop  blesses the oil of catechumens, the oil of the sick, and the oil of chrism. We use the first for adult …

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Fourth Sunday of Lent

Read Sunday’s Gospel: John 9:1-41 Gospel Summary Using saliva and earth, Jesus made a paste to heal the blind man. The healing became a true conversion for the man, but created some problems for Jesus with the Jewish leaders. Because this healing took place on the Sabbath, the Pharisees accused Jesus of breaking Jewish law. …

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Third Sunday of Lent

Read Sunday’s Gospel: Gospel Summary Jesus approached a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well and asked her for a drink of water. This surprised the woman for several reasons. In the first place, it was unlikely that a man would ask a woman for anything and even more unbelievable that Jesus, a Jew, would ask something …

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