Welcome to the Lily & Grace Gift Shop
One of Father Krizner’s dreams when he received his own parish was to open a religious gift store. Thus, we are lucky to have the Lily & Grace Parish Gift Shop, named after Father’s two bearded collies, Lily and Grace.
Our gift shop offers you the convenience of purchasing Catholic, Christian and inspirational items at a very low cost. Our ministry is to serve you with the gifts you would like to purchase at the lowest price possible. We have a variety of items for baby, baptism, First Communion, Confirmation, marriage, memorial/remembrance and military. We also have many saint statues as well as saint medals, rosaries and prayer cards. We have cards for every occasion, which we keep at reasonable prices. There are truly lots of items to see including great seasonal and gift items!
Stop by you never know what you might find or if Lily & Grace greet you while you’re shopping!
The Lily & Grace Parish Gift Shop is located on the south side of the building next to the parish office. If you have questions about the gift shop, call the office at 330-273-5500.
Hours of Operation
- Monday and Tuesday: 9am to 8pm
- Wednesday and Thursday: 9am to 5pm
- Friday: 9am to 3pm
- Saturday: 1pm to 5pm
- Sunday: 8:30am to 1pm
Do you have any st. colette items?
As we have discovered, finding St. Colette items is very difficult and for a while we had to tell people we didn't have any St. Colette items. However, we now have them! The first item is a St. Colette prayer card, with a prayer written by Father Krizner and a photo of our St. Colette statue on the back. The second item is a rosary made by Nancy Joswick, one of our parishioners. The rosary is black and brown to signify the color of St. Colette's robes and features a St. Colette medal. Lastly, we are now selling a statue of St. Colette. The statue is specially made in France for the Poor Clare Colettine Sisters. They have graciously made it possible for us to purchase it from them. Any profits made from the statues will go directly to the Poor Clares in Cleveland.