Regular Mass Schedule
8:30 AM & 11:00 AM
7:30 AM & 10:00 AM
Monday through Friday
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
When you're traveling during the year, please remember to go to Mass, as God never takes a vacation from you! Click here for Catholic Mass times by zip code.
Sat., Sept. 23 - Vigil
2:00 PM - Wedding: Kelly Gaertner & David Brandt
4:30 PM - Francis Byrnes
Sun., Sept. 24 - 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:30 AM - Erminia Bellisario - Pete & Joan
11:00 AM - For Our Parishoner
Mon., Sept. 25 - Weekday
7:30 AM - Helen Schaffer - Fred Thorton
Tue., Sept. 26 - Sts. Cosmos & Damian, martyrs
7:30 AM - Frank Marchese - Leo & Arleen Einloth
Wed., Sept. 27 - St. Vincent de Paul
7:30 AM - For the welfare of all children in honor of Hazel Yockel
Thur., Sept 28 - St. Wenceslaus, martyr
7:30 AM - Mickey Smolin - Betty & family
Fri., Sept. 29 - Sts. Michael, Gabriel & Raphael, Archangels
7:30 AM - Frances Bischak - Richard Bischak
Sat., Sept. 30 - Vigil
4:30 PM - Eleanor Kontrik (birthday) - family
Sun., Oct. 1 - 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:30 AM - For Our Parishoners
11:00 AM - Joane Sowa - Kristen Frankovich
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Prayer to St. Cyril
We are gathered here/ With fervent hearts and true/ To dedicate this church to God/ And name it after you... Read More
Welcome to our parishioners, neighbors and friends of St. Cyril of Alexandria parish.
“Welcome” is a word you will see and hear many times around our historic parish in Brighton Heights and around this Web site. The word and the sentiment are integral to our parish mission statement, which includes this sentence: “Our parish family welcomes and accepts without judgment all those who wish to join us.”
Evidence that our welcome is heartfelt can be seen through our diverse membership: We are young, mature, and old; we are kindergartners, college students, professionals, blue-collar laborers, and retirees; we are white, black, brown, Asian and every combination; we roll up to Church in our cars, on our bikes, and in our wheelchairs.
Inside St. Cyril’s church are two defining visual symbols: a beautiful garnet and gold wall-sized mosaic behind the altar and 24 inspiring stain-glass windows. The mosaic and the windows are composed of small sparkling pieces that together form an awe-inspiring picture. That’s how we think of our multi-faceted congregation.
So join us for worship, prayer, education, community service, fellowship, and the sacramental celebration of every major life-affirming event.
In a polarizing secular world, such acceptance is a welcome change.
Father Larry Bruney
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Protecting God's Children
To serve the Parish in any ministry, you must complete the Diocesan Protecting God's Children Safe Environment Registration. Learn More.