During this difficult time please view our weekly "Message from our Clergy" on our Q-tube, and our Masses and Services if you are unable to attend at:


Also, Please view our weekly bulletin under "Publications" at the top of this page.

We are the people of Mary Queen of the Apostles Parish, in Brook Park, Ohio, dedicated to following the example of our Lord, Jesus Christ, through the Scriptures and Traditions of the Roman Catholic Church. We gather together to celebrate, to share, and to be nourished by the Eucharist. We promote religious education, spiritual growth and moral values by being faithful to the teachings of Jesus Christ. To show our love for God and one another, we live our lives committed to the dignity and salvation of each person, and we live our faith through compassion and service to those in need.

Masses and additional services:

Here's the link to "Q-Tube":

We have established a regular schedule for video Masses at MQA!!
We will broadcast the 4PM Saturday Vigil Mass, the 9AM Sunday Mass,
and 8AM Monday-Friday Masses.

We will livestream these Masses on our parish Facebook page. You can view the video and other information on this page without being a Facebook member which you can access directly from our parish website mqabrookpark.org or Facebook:

About an hour after Mass concludes, the video will be uploaded to Q-Tube (our parish's YouTube channel). which you can access directly from our parish website: mqabrookpark.org or at "Q-tube" as shown above.

"Permission to reprint, podcast, and/or stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license A-621009. All rights reserved."

Weekday Masses (Monday-Friday) are at 8AM, Weekend Masses are at 4PM and 5:30PM  on Saturday evening, and Sunday morning at 9AM and 11AM.

Saturday 3:00-3:45PM and by appointment.


Next Clergy message November 7


THANK YOU for your kindness and generosity in continuing to support the work of your parish through your mail offerings and electronic funds transfers. Everything you all are doing is most appreciated!  If you are interested in our on-line giving, contact our parish office at 216.433.1440 and speak with Trish (x21), Monday-Friday 9AM-1PM.   

 Fr. Jim




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The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland has provided two additional ways for parishioners to give to the parish during this difficult time. As you know we have two ways already. Besides your regular offertory envelopes, there are a number of people who regularly give to the parish through our online giving program, also known as the electronic funds transfer. The funds are transferred directly from your savings/checking account at your bank to the parish. Information and signup for that program can be seen in the bulletin, on our Website (just scroll down this page), or you can contact our parish office at 216.433.1440 x21 and speak with Trish.

The two additional ways are as follows:

First, the diocese has a new link that allows you to make an online donation with a credit card. This is a secure link, which is setup by the Catholic Community Foundation. All monies will be directed to our parish. To make your online donation select our parish name, Mary Queen of the Apostles in Brook Park, from the drop down menu. It is very simple to use. This option can be used on a one-time basis, weekly, monthly, or whatever you want. Your generosity is appreciated now, more than ever. To choose this method of an on-line donation with a credit card, you can Click HERE

Secondly, you may wish to leave the parish in your will. To learn more about how to create a permanent legacy of lasting support for the work of the parish and the Diocese of Cleveland, please contact Mary Lou Ozimek of the Catholic Community Foundation at 216.696.6525, x4070. Thank you!


Mondays – Miraculous Medal Novena 8:30AM

Tuesdays – Eucharistic Adoration 8:30AM-12N; Divine Mercy Chaplet 12N

Wednesdays – The Rosary 12Noon

Thursdays – The Rosary 8:30AM



Office Hours

Monday-Friday 8:30AM-4PM
Summer Hours 8:30AM-3PM

Phone: (216) 433-1440
Fax: (216) 433-1434
Email: [email protected]

From the Pastor's Desk

Without God we can do nothing. In a culture that seems to have an answer for everything, many people believe they can go through life without God. God wants our hearts. Jesus, the second Person of the Blessed Trinity entered time and space some two thousand years ago in the womb of the Virgin Mary because of His great love for us. He came to save us from sin and eternal death. But many people in our world and nation today seem to flout God’s laws. Sin has plagued mankind since the time of Adam and Eve. Sin brings judgment as we hear throughout the Bible. It seems at times that our nation is rushing toward destruction and only God can save us from this terrible situation. We need to return to our heavenly Father. Jesus is the way, the truth and the life. With the help of Jesus and through the power of the Holy Spirit, we can stand up for righteousness, goodness, and truth. We must fight against evil, sin, and immorality. So do what you can. Build strong families. Tell others about your faith. Do the right thing. Vote for politicians who promote moral values. Don’t allow our society and nation to implode. Be a soldier for Christ! 

May I suggest that the homebound of our parish pray for these intentions during October for their Ministry of Praise and Mercy: For our government leaders; for police, firefighters, and first responders; for all healthcare workers.

Have a good week!

Fr. Jim





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McCafferty Hall

The hall is used for parish functions and events, such as parish dinners sponsored by the Queen's cooks, Night at the Races sponsored by the Holy Name Society, and a Spring Salad Luncheon sponsored by the Ladies Guild.
McMcafferty Hall is not available or rented out for private functions.