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.1st Communion 2014


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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Twenty-Sixth Sunday In Ordinary Time

Read: Matthew 21:28-32 Gospel Summary Jesus pointed out to chief priest and elders that they had not believed John nor had they changed their hearts after seeing Jesus. They were like the son who said “yes” to his father’s request to work in the vineyard. Even though he said he would, the son did not …

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The Inner Cave of Grief

Grief and Loss are as much a part of Life as breathing itself. It is inevitable and not without pain. We can experience it so deeply that we lose sight of where we’ve been and cannot see where to go from here.   It can leave us in a state of emotional inertia.   That …

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Twenty-Fifth Sunday In Ordinary Time

Read: Matthew 20:1-16a Gospel Summary The vineyard owner hired five groups of laborers. Each subsequent group began work later in the day. When the owner hired the first group, they agreed on a fair wage. At the end of the day, he called in the workers and began paying them, the last ones first. Of …

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Exaltation Of The Cross

Read: John 3:13-17 Gospel SummaryJohn 3:16 is quoted often and many people claim it as their favorite passage in all the Bible. It is where John tells us that God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son so that those who believed would have eternal life. This passage expresses the essence …

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Women’s Day of Reflection: God’s Extravagant Love

Our Annual Women’s Day of Reflection is scheduled for Saturday, October 18th beginning with a continental breakfast at 8:30 am and concluding with a simple reception after the 4:00 pm Mass.   Sister Janet Gardner, Executive Director of Beatitude House, will lead us in a reflection centered on the God’s Extravagant Love. Treat yourself to this day …

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Twenty-Third Sunday In Ordinary Time

Read: Matthew 18:15-20 Gospel Summary Jesus set for his followers a three-step procedure for reconciling differences among the community. In the first step we are told to go one-on-one to the person and try to work out the problem. If that doesn’t work, we are to take some witnesses, or in the final case, bring …

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