First Catholic Mass Mob in Cleveland — Polish tradition

First Catholic Mass Mob in Cleveland -- Polish tradition



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Rev. Eric Orzech is Pastor of both the Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus and St. Casimir Church in Cleveland, both have a strong Polish heritage. St Casimir was the home for the first Catholic Mass Mob in Cleveland Ohio. A typical crowd at the 11:30 Sunday Mass might be 100 people but about 750 people showed up at Mass on March 23, 2014 for the first Mass Mob in Cleveland. Fr. Orzech told about the Polish Catholic Church and a Lenten tradition called Gorzkie żale, a Catholic devotion containing many hymns that developed out of Poland in the 18th century. The devotion is primarily a sung reflection and meditation on the Passion of Christ and the sorrows of His Blessed Mother. and

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