Service to all God’s people

About Us


Come, Join Us

St. Colman’s is dedicated to be an open and welcoming parish that serves the needs of the entire community. In addition to spiritual programs, St. Colman’s sponsors a very vibrant Outreach which provides opportunities for growth in all aspects of life. 

Spiritual Growth

Are you seeking to learn more about your faith, to deepen your faith, to celebrate your faith? St. Colman offers a number of programs, groups and individual opportunities to help you discover your path to God.

For adults, RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) introduces aspects of Catholic beliefs and practices through Scripture readings, 
discussions, personal reflection and prayer. 

Children participate in the Parish School Of Religion (PSR) where they learn basic prayers and Bible stories and parables. PSR classes also prepare children to receive their First Communion and, later, their Confirmation.

A Weekly Bible Study Group provides a deeper understanding of God’s Word through reading, review and discussion of the Bible.

Devotion to the Rosary is held daily, following the 8 am Mass, on First Fridays, at 7 pm and at 8 am on Sundays. This most powerful prayer 
practice can change your life, strengthen the family, bring peace to the world, convert entire nations and win the salvation of souls.

Outreach Programs

Neighborhood Meals, served on the last two Saturdays each month, plus on most holidays provide nutritious meals at no cost and an opportunity for fellowship and sharing.

For those wanting to earn their High School Diploma or increase their learning abilities, GED/Adult Literacy classes are held twice weekly.

A fully equipped Computer Lab provides formal classes, instruction and availability for both newcomers and those already familiar with computers. 

The ID Crisis Clinic provides valuable assistance in obtaining State issued identification cards, which are necessary for cashing payroll checks, obtaining jobs, housing, health care, training and other life essentials.

Carol’s Library, housed in the Parish Hall, offers books of all types, for all ages. From fairy tales to mysteries, history to romance, this free Library is open to all.

Neighbors In Need provides emergency assistance for families and individuals.


To learn more about any of these programs, or to schedule an appointment with a Parish Priest, please contact the Parish Office at 216-651-0550, ext. 100 or email