October 12, 2014 “Many are invited, but few are chosen.“ Matthew 22:14

October 12, 2014
“Many are invited, but few are chosen.“ Matthew 22:14
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October 12, 2014
St. Paul of the Cross Welcomes…
Lucas Angelo Milazzo
Son of Steve & Amanda Milazzo
Ava Celeste Tomasko
Daughter of Matthew & Cristina Tomasko
Jay Joseph Ficzko
Son of Andrew & Delia Ficzko
Amelia Jo Balcerak
Jackson Timothy Balcerak
Josie Leigh Balcerak
Children of Kevan & Monica Balcerak
Gabriel Raymond Poskozim
Son of Matthew & Kathryn Poskozim
Alexander James Bergeron
Son of August & Aimee Bergeron
During the month of November, Catholics traditionally remember and pray
for their loved ones who had died.
On Saturday, November 1, 2014 at 10:00 am,
we will gather at a special Mass of Remembrance
in the Holy Family Chapel.
The names of those who have been buried from
St. Paul will be read, but all who are grieving are
invited to come together, remember and pray. If the funeral for your loved one
was held someplace else and you would like to have the name read at this
liturgy, please contact Margaret Teich 847-698-3764, [email protected]
Those attending are invited to bring an article that holds special memories of
their loved one. These items will be placed near the altar and blessed during
the Mass. Items may be picked up after Mass.
Parish Coat Drive
for Sunday Supper Guests and
Our Lady of the Angels Parish
November 1st and 2nd
I Robert Risley & Katelin Gill
Please drop off donations at
St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
on North Prospect & Cedar Avenue.
Coat drop off on Saturday, November 1st between 2-4pm
and on Sunday, November 2nd between 10-12 am.
The next Music for Weddings
will be held on
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
at 7:30 pm - Duffin Hall.
Please call (847) 825-7605 to register.
Coats will be distributed on Sunday night to guests who attend the
November 2nd Sunday Supper. Coats that are not distributed will be
brought to Our Lady of the Angels Church for distribution.
New or gently used coats would be greatly appreciated!
This year we will also be accepting new hats and gloves!
Contact Mary Ruth Rinaldi 847-226-4678, [email protected]
Sponsored by Spirit of St. Ignatius Guild
Our Second Collection
Next Weekend, October 18 & 19
The St. Paul of the Cross
Book Group
To mark the 100th anniversary of
World War I, the St. Paul of the
Cross Book Group will discuss
Sebastian Faulk’s Bird Song on
Monday, October 27th at 7:30 pm in
the Morello Center Meeting Rooms.
All are welcome.
All Young Adults in their 20s and
30s, single or married, are invited to
bring any questions you might have
about the Faith and have them
answered in an open discussion with
your peers, while enjoying food and drinks.
The meeting will take place on Monday October 13 at 7:30pm in the
Morello Parish Life Center. We hope to see you all there!
Questions? Contact Beshar: [email protected]
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Dear St. Paul Parishioners,
During our weekend Masses this month we are reminded that October is “Respect Life
Month.” I presume that as Church-going Catholics we align ourselves fully with the Magisterium of the Church with regard to all life issues. God is the Giver of all life and as such, He
alone is the ultimate arbiter of life and death decisions. We affirm with the universal Church
that we respect life from natural conception to natural death.
During my doctoral studies, I surveyed Church-going Catholic students with regard to
their attitude to abortion. As part of my course on public opinion I administered a questionnaire
to 1,000 students at the University of Illinois at all Sunday Masses. To my total shock, I discovered that almost onethird of those students did not embrace totally the Church’s position. They subscribed to the opinion of mainstream
American culture that maintains abortion to be a matter of choice rather than a matter of life. I guess that many young
Catholics today align themselves more with popular opinion than with Church teaching.
Even though I am preaching to the choir, I would like to offer my thoughts on a couple of these issues. First of
all, I am intrigued by the deep divisions that exist in our society with regard to these topics. Sometimes I am frustrated
that the real substance is often confounded by rhetoric and semantics. Second, I believe that even well-meaning
individuals sometimes fritter away their limited resources on futile enterprises instead of fighting battles that they can
win. So much time and money are invested in trying to overturn Roe v Wade while the real battle should be conducted
in the hearts of people.
First of all, all of us need to work towards a consistent moral perspective on life issues. There are people in this
country who hug trees and protest product testing on animals but have no qualms of conscience over getting rid of a
helpless human being. They refuse to wear fur and yet in their eyes the egg of a bald eagle is far more precious than a
human fetus. These individuals will not allow their daughters to get a tattoo without their permission, but they object to
laws that require parental notification in case of abortion. On the other side, there are certain individuals who fight
abortion with all their might – and rightly so – and yet, they have no problem with the use of violence or war. They are
also in favor of the death penalty.
In order to have a consistent moral perspective we must renounce the temptation to play God and decide who
deserves to live and who deserves to die. God alone should make that decision. We must protect unborn babies and
at the same time find ways to take care of babies after birth. We should care for the elderly, the disabled and the
physically and mentally challenged. We must work to establish what Pope John Paul II called “the culture of life.”
Second, in recent years many sincere Christians have spent huge amounts of money, time and energy to overturn Roe v Wade and they have not succeeded. I do believe that we must make every effort to change the law. However, I am also sadly aware that outlawing abortion is not going to stop it. I am convinced that the battle over abortion
will not be won in the halls of Congress or in the chambers of justice. It will be won in the hearts of people.
We need to educate our young people that sexuality is a fragile gift that should be used within the context of
married love. The gift comes with great responsibility. We need to tell our young people that adoption is a worthy
choice. We need to convince parents and families that they should accept their children when “mistakes” happen and
support them in difficult times. We need a comprehensive Christian education in chastity. I am of the opinion that
many of our problems in marriage and relationships are closely tied to the carefree use of sexuality prior to marriage.
In addition, we need also to help Catholics develop a personal spirituality. For without a strong spirituality and prayer
life it is not possible for someone to accept and live the Christian ideals of chaste love proposed by the Church.
Let us pray for an end to abortion. Let us pray that the culture of life will flourish in our nation and in our
world. Let us pray that every human being will be treated with dignity and respect, no matter who they are. Let us pray
that every human person will be protected and cherished from natural conception to natural death. Let us do all in our
power to promote the culture of life.
Yours warmly,
Fr. Britto
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(847) 692-6767 [email protected]
The next meeting of the Senior Singles will be
Sunday, October 26, 2014 at 3:00 PM.
There will be a meeting followed by a planning session regarding holiday philanthropic ideas for the group.
There will also be discussion regarding the group’s Christmas Mass, followed by brunch. Immediately following
the meeting, the group will enjoy an Oktoberfest dinner at the Edelweiss Restaurant, 7650 W. Irving Park Rd,
Norridge, IL. Make your reservations for dinner by October 23rd, with Loretta Fleischmann 847-696-3061,
[email protected] or Helen Roppel, 847-823-2998, [email protected]
Meetings are held on the fourth Sunday of every month, from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM, in the Kinane Center.
For additional information contact Loretta Fleischmann or Helen Roppel at the contact information above.
The Grief Share program features biblical, Christ-centered teaching that focuses on grief topics associated
with the death of a loved one. The DVD seminar features nationally respected grief experts and real-life stories of
people, followed by a small group discussion about what was viewed. Past participants have related how helpful the
information and follow-up discussions were to them.
Many grieving people find they are only beginning the work of healing when friends or family have returned
to their daily life routines. Too often people, including Christians, tend to stuff their grief instead of allowing it to do
the God-given work for which it is intended. Don’t allow fear of what others may think to keep you from what could
help you. Confidentiality is very much a part of this program.
Your bereavement experience may be recent or not so recent. You will find encouragement, comfort and
help in grieving the death of a spouse, child, parent, sibling, other family member, or friend. No matter what the
cause of your loved one’s death, this is an opportunity to be around people who understand what you are feeling. You
will learn how to recognize the symptoms of being stuck in grief and that you do not need to live in bondage to
certain emotions. You will learn valuable information about facing your new normal in life and renewing your hope
for the future.
Thursday, November 6, 2014
through Thursday, February 19, 2015
(13 sessions)
9:30 am to 11:00 am
Kinane Center, 215 Ridge Terrace
Registration Fee: $20 (scholarships available)
Adrienne Timm 847-692-6767, or
[email protected]
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(847) 692-6767 [email protected]
See the parish website (www.spc-church.org) for more details
and to reserve your spot for these events. On the home page,
click the link for Volunteer Opportunities.
Catholic Charities Community Dinner, October 16, 2014 - 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Join us at Catholic Charities, 1717 Rand Road, in Des Plaines to help serve approximately 80-100 people.
All food will be delivered, so help is only needed to serve and clean up and interact with the many people that
depend on this hearty meal every week. Ages 14 and older are welcome. Registration is required.
Community Dinner at Our Lady of the Angels, Wednesday, November 5, 2014
We hope that you can join us in preparing and serving a meal to those in need. Different time slots are
available - 4-7 pm and 6-9 pm. The evening provides an opportunity to foster healthy family and community
relationships. Adults and children over the age of 13 may participate with an adult.
Also, we will be collecting donations of hats, gloves,
mittens, boots and scarves for distribution that evening.
Donut Sunday, November 2, 2014
Join our Hospitality Committee for complimentary donuts and coffee following Mass!
Please stop by the school gym on November 2 after the 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 am Masses
for donuts, coffee, and to socialize with fellow parishioners. No sign-up required!
The Servants of St. Francis are once again collecting Jewel Osco Saver
Stamps for Cuisinart Stainless Cookware to benefit those served by the
SPC Food Pantry. Please place stamps in the collection boxes at the back of
church and the Holy Family Chapel or in an envelope marked Servants of St. Francis
stamp collection at the Rectory. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Volunteers 21 & Older Needed!
St. Paul is starting to form a team of people to assist in a new
ministry reaching out to children with special needs, in grades
K – 8th. This ministry will be offered four times (4) a year
and will foster accomplishment, for the children, in the art of
movement and prayer while also building their self-esteem.
We are looking for adults to assist the leader of the group,
Maureen Wudtke Van Mieghem. Maureen has extensive experience with working
with children with disabilities. She will be training the volunteers and leading the classes.
If you want to volunteer or learn more about this new ministry,
call or email Anna Mae Parkhill at 847-692-2758 or [email protected]
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God’s infinite love for each one of
us helps us to grasp our identity
and our worth. The recognition of
this dignity leads us to respect and
protect each person’s life.
Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities
Strong Catholic
Prayer Corner
October is Respect Life Month.
Teach your children that all life is a
gift from God and to pray for the
unborn, the poor, the disabled,
and the elderly.
In October, we will
be participating in
Today, we read a Gospel that has connections with the Gospel from
last Sunday. In today’s Gospel, Jesus gives a parable of a King who
gave a wedding feast for his son. After several unsuccessful attempts
to get invited people to come to the Feast, the King says to the servants go out and invite “whomever you find.” He said, “Many are
invited but few are chosen.”
In last Sunday’s Gospel, we read the parable about a vineyard owner who
leases out his vineyard to tenants. At vintage time he sent his servants and
even his son to collect the produce from the tenants. They kill the son and
refuse to give the owner the produce. It is suggested that the owner kills the
tenants and other more responsible tenants are leased the vineyard. Jesus said
“The kingdom of God will be taken away from you and given to a people
that will produce the fruit.”
Both Gospels emphasize that in our freedom, we
can refuse God’s invitation to us. But we are the
losers, because God can take the invitation away
from us. Jesus has invited us all to visit Him in
the Eucharistic Adoration Chapel at St. Paul.
Despite the many graces and benefits one can
receive by accepting His invitation, many refuse
This refusal when grace is plain to see, can affect our willingness to
produce the spiritual “Fruit” necessary for our salvation, that Matthew
mentions in his Gospel.
The Baby
Bottle Project
benefiting The
Women’s Centers of
Greater Chicagoland,
a non-profit organization directly
assisting mothers & families
experiencing crisis pregnancies
by offering emotional, financial,
material, and spiritual support
through counseling, clothing &
monetary provisions, prayer,
and other aid.
Please take a Baby Bottle home with
you and fill it with your spare
change, and return it the weekend
of October 26th.
This is a simple, but crucial
fundraising effort for
The Women’s Centers.
Thank you for helping defend life,
and remember to keep all pro-life
undertakings in your prayers.
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9 pm
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If you choose an hour
which already has one
Committed Adorer, this
enables the Committed
Adorers for that hour
to have some flexibility,
if they are unable to
be at the Chapel
for their hour.
*All hours have 2 committed Adorers
Can You Share One Hour With Our Lord?
Please contact Bob Maszka [email protected], or call 847-825-1869.
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St. Paul of the Cross Seminar Series
“Where Work Meets Faith”
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
7:30pm – 9:00pm, Holy Family Chapel
You are invited to the St. Paul of the Cross Seminar Series-“Where Work Meets Faith.” The Seminar Series is about
using the gifts that God gave you to build up community. Each series will feature presenters who will tell real life
stories and how their faith played an important role. Hearing many different stories in our Seminar Series may increase
connections among us that will bring us all closer together increasing our sense of community. Each presenter will
answer questions from the audience at the end of their presentation.
About our Presenters:
Fernanda Kuzuhara, Tutor, Chemical and Safety Engineer from Brazil turned Tutor at the Willows Academy for girls,
will share a conversion story of her mother. Raised in a non practicing family, Fernanda at the age of 17
turned to God. Hear how Fernanda’s conversion affected her dying mother. Hear tips for young people today
how to stay faithful.
Phillip Racette, a volunteer at the Fisher House for Veterans, will share his story of gratefulness being a part of the
military. Hear how the military affected his faith. Learn tips from Phillip how helping others can enrich our
lives and our faith.
Due to the unusual nature of the presentations we will hear this night, only two speakers will be presenting.
The event’s social benefit is getting to know each other better. The more we know about each other, the more opportunity we have for being connected. Go to www.Loquate.TV to hear these “Inspiring and Practical” talks. Better yet,
come in person. The Seminar Series will take place on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. If you have any questions,
please contact Mary Ann or Jeff Liautaud 773-594-9234. We look forward to seeing you.
Praying With
Maria Council Knights of Columbus
Annual Halloween Tootsie Roll Fund Drive
Next Sunday October 19th
Come join Praying with Scripture as
we let the Holy Spirit guide us
through meditation and reflection
on the Sacred Scripture.
No experience necessary.
All are welcome!
St. Paul of the Cross ~ Mary Seat of Wisdom ~ Our Lady of Hope
Thursdays at 7:30pm
in the Kinane Center
All proceeds will benefit intellectually challenged
individuals in our community
For more information, feel free to
call Beshar at 847-858-2374.
Thank you all in advance for your support.
September 24 to November 2:
40 Days of Life Campaign (Fasting, prayer & vigil at abortion clinic
5036 n. Elston, Chicago by Parishes of Archdiocese
October 19:
Intellectually Disabled Fund Drive at SPOC, MSW, OL (All Masses)
October 30:
K of C Social--Alfresco Restaurant, Park Ridge
November 2:
Memorial Mass for Deceased Members of K of C - OLH 8AM
All women are invited to attend a
Women’s Evening of
on Wednesday, October 15th
at 7:30 PM, directed by a
priest of Opus Dei.
For more information,
call Julie Koenig (773) 631-7711.
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A Month of Remembrance
Monday, November 17th
Upper Church
7:30 p.m.
So Clean Out Your Closets!
For 39 consecutive years our parish has sponsored a clothing drive to help the poor and
disadvantaged in the Englewood Community of Chicago in the partnership with our
sharing parish, St. Benedict the African – East.
This year the collection will take place on the weekend following Thanksgiving:
Saturday, November 29th and Sunday, November 30th
It is never too early to start looking for and saving those items you wish to donate to
our clothing drive. Also, please place all your donated clothing in boxes.
Let’s try to Fill Up The Truck again this year!
For additional information, contact Deacon Bob (847) 835-7605 or [email protected]
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From the School….
All SPC Alumni in high school
(not just former basketball players!)
St. Paul’s 3rd Annual Roundball
Basketball Tournament will be held on
January 5-12th. Practices will be held
Sunday, January 4th.
At least 40 (and hopefully many more)
high school-aged St. Paul alums will
return to their alma mater to coach the
current 6th, 7th and 8th grade students
in a double elimination
tournament held in the gym.
Each team will have 3-4 high school
coaches that will run practices and
dress in professional, business casual
attire for the games. All games will be
officiated by professional referees.
Members of St. Paul’s Men’s Club will
announce the play-by-play of all of the
games on the PA.
Coach Applications must be received
by Monday, October 20, 2014.
Your application should be returned in
an envelope labeled “Roundball Coach
Application” to the SPC school office
or you can scan and email to
[email protected]
Coaches must attend a mandatory
meeting in the school lunchroom at
7PM on November 16, 2014.
Team assignments will be given and
team/coach pictures for the program
will be taken at this time.
Further details will be sent to you
regarding this meeting.
Look for more information on
Roundball on the school website
www.spc-school.net or
please contact Al Boehmer at
[email protected],
or cell (312)446.9787.
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We've Moved to East Parking Lot Door
Lighthouse Catholic CDs kiosk has moved to the parking
lot door to make it more accessible to more people.
We have 12 NEW TITLES of topics of interest to all who
want to enrich their faith journey. Come and See!
From Our Neighbors...
The Park Ridge
Woman’s Club
will meet on
Monday, October 13, at 12:15 pm
at the Park Ridge Recreational
Center, 833 Talcott Rd, Park Ridge.
The program will feature
Jim Kalabokis of the Park Ridge
Community Bank speaking on
financial frauds and safeguards
against them.
Dessert, tea & coffee will be served.
Members are asked to bring an
infant item or a monetary donation
for Infant, Inc.
New members are always welcome!
Joyful Again!
For Widowed Men & Women
November 15 & 16, 2014
Our Lady of the Angels House of
Prayer located in Lemont on
Alvernia Manor’s Campus
Being widowed is a special loss,
and this program is designed
especially to help the widowed
find hope & joy again.
This retreat includes overnight
and meals.
Space is limited, register early.
For information regarding this
program, go to
or call 1-708-354-7211.
On September 2, 2014, the
Kemnitz Center for Active
Adults opened its doors in
Niles. The Center is a 7 day
8350 N. Greenwood Ave., Niles
a week Center that offers a
wide variety of programs and activities as well as opportunities for
socialization and volunteerism for adults 55 years and older in our area.
The Kemnitz Center for Active Adults is now open and invites you to
stop in and visit. The Center is an exciting new organization that is
open 7 days a week for active adults 55 years and up. There are a
variety of activities available including trips, classes of all types,
special events and parties, and social services. There is a lounge
where you can meet your friends and play cards and games, a
computer lab, art room, and much more. Stop in and see us at
8350 N. Greenwood, Niles or visit website www.kemnitzcenter.com.
If you have any questions,
please give a call to the Kemnitz Center, 847-692-1992.
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Hi everyone!
“Got milk?” is a popular advertisement that we have probably seen in
newspapers, magazines, on billboards, etc., but the next question might be: what
kind of milk? If we are lactose intolerant or just wishing to avoid regular milk,
we can choose from a dazzling array of milk substitutes . In many countries,
folks drink raw milk: non-pasteurized-non-homogenized-straight-from-the-cow-milk. As a child
spending summers on a working farm in the Catskills, N.Y., that’s how I drank milk but now doing
so has become somewhat more complicated. Serious illness can occur if unpasteurized milk is not
handled properly or if the farm source is not up to snuff as far as cleanliness and proper procedures
are concerned. Our urban and busy lifestyle can make it difficult to obtain raw milk from a reliable
source so it’s prudent to consume a safer choice. When we purchase cows’ milk, we can choose
between skim, 1%, 2% milk fat or whole milk. When very young children begin drinking cows’
milk, some health professionals recommend using whole milk until the toddler stage ends. It’s best to discuss this with
the physician (or pediatrician). Another cows’ milk choice is organic. This milk should be free of antibiotics,
hormones, the pesticides present in some cow feed, the GMOs (genetically modified organisms) in some cow feed and
also free of feed that was grown in synthetic fertilizer. Organic milk is easy to find these days. Hard to find is “grass
fed cows’ milk.” This type may be organic or not, but comes from cows fed only grass--no grains or other foods given
to them to encourage faster growth. Grass fed milk may contain hormones, antibiotics and pesticides if it’s not organic.
Cows’ milk is nutritious containing calcium, protein, vitamins A,D,B6, B12, CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) and micronutrients. Pasteurized milk, due to the high heat processing, may have a lower micronutrient content. Ultra pasteurization can potentially damage the protein structure contained, but it can extend the shelf life in the frig. Keeping milk in
opaque containers assures that more nutrients are present (especially vitamin A). Milk in a clear container, exposed to
light may have fewer nutrients due to the exposure to light, which can break down contained nutrients. Homogenized
milk is milk that’s been forced, under pressure, through tiny holes in order to break down the large particles of fat.
Some of the smaller fat particles can be absorbed “across the gut walls” more quickly which can increase the chance of
an allergic reaction in some folks according to some health professionals. If we need or want alternatives to cows’
milk, there are quite a few available. Creamy, sweet and containing micronutrients (thereby perhaps boosting the
immune system) is coconut milk. It contains medium chain fats reputed to be anti-viral and anti-bacterial. But, as in
many milk alternatives, sugar, thickeners, and preservatives may be added. Creamy, cholesterol and saturated fat free,
almond milk is available. It’s high in micronutrients like potassium, iron, zinc, vitamin E, calcium, selenium, etc.
Consuming a large amount, however, may give us larger amounts of inflammation prompting omega-6 fatty acids,
common in many foods we consume like vegetable oil. Rice milk is popular, has a mild taste but can be high in starch
and sugar. It’s usually fortified as it’s lower in micronutrients. Soy milk is quite popular but contains a carbohydrate
that folks with gastrointestinal problems may not be able to break down. It can be heavily processed and sweetened to
aid the somewhat bitter taste of soybeans. Soy is a controversial food--some think it’s great, others less so. Hemp milk
is another alternative, rich in magnesium with a good ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Sweeteners and
thickeners may be added but this is also generally, a good alternative. Hemp milk may be a good choice for those with
nut or soy allergies as well as lactose intolerance.
Until next week, let’s remember this quote in the vernacular seen on a milk bottle; “best when chilled (as indeed we all are)”.
Fondly, Linda Burk, Your Parish Nurse
St. Paul of the Cross School Class of 1979 - 35th Reunion
Friday, October 24th - 7:00 pm til ?
Don Juan's, 6730 N. Northwest Hwy, Chicago
If you know of any alums from the Class of 1979, please make them aware of this reunion or contact Dave Sullivan
at [email protected] or encourage alums to join the Facebook group for more information.
View on www.facebook.com St. Paul of the Cross Class of 1979
This page was created for St. Paul of the Cross in Park Ridge, IL
Class of 1979 classmates to share...
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Monday, October 13 - Weekday
People of the Parish
Tony Wetzel, Gil Kowols, Dr. John Kurkowski
Tuesday, October 14 - Weekday
People of the Parish
John Reckert, Bob O’Neill, Tony Sieczka
Wednesday, October 15 - St. Teresa of Jesus
James Furlong
Patrick Sharkey, Joseph Schiavone,
intentions of Hugh Murphy
Thursday, October 16 – Weekday
Michelina Scavelli
Tony & Maria Graziano, Eileen O’Grady,
Maurice Moloney, Gerald O’Connor
Friday, October 17 - St. Ignatius
Bill Eddy, Leah Bondi, Elizabeth Rider,
Julia Healy Schneider
Doris Lunniss, Helen Stefanski
Saturday, October 18 - Weekday
Myrtle Reckert, Kenneth Yeskis
4:30 UP People of the Parish
4:30 DN Mieczyslaw Sukiennik, Arlene Haltman
Sunday, October 19 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30 UP Mary Jane Ruckauf
9:00 UP Sharon Ann Alexander, intentions of
Eugene Slawinski, intentions of Theresa Keane
9:00 DN Gary McGillivray
10:30 UP Walter Fleischmann, Amos Pini,
Lucc Giovanni & family
10:30 DN Corinne Bruckner, blessings on Colleen Keane,
blessings on Thomas Keane,
12:00 UP Dominick K. Fiore, Catherine Kenney,
Eugene Rokita
People of the Parish
Our prayers go out
to all who serve
our country.
Liturgical Ministers’ Schedule for the weekend of October 18 and October 19
Day &
Saturday Fr. Smilanic Nowak,
Deacon Bob
4:30 up preaching
Eucharistic Ministers
Nowak, Welton, Jack, Gormley,
Toenings, Peters, Korcz
Saturday Fr. Matthew Bresnhan,
Deacon Andy
4:30 dn preaching
Fr. Smilanic Andreoni,
Deacon Al
9:00 up
Fr. Britto
9:00 dn
Fr. Matthew Keenan,
Deacon Andy
Deacon Bob
Sunday Fr. Britto
Deacon Bob
10:30 up preaching
Angelini, Ginger, Hennelly,
Scanlon, Orzada, Orzada,
Fr. Peter
Deacon Al
Fr. Peter
Lasusa, Lombardi,
O’Brien, Obrion
Bradley, Cichon, Smith, Soifer,
Kohlndorfer, Kohlndorfer,
Fr. Matthew
10:30 dn
Maloney, Meer,
Haaning, Klaes, Morman,
Nowakowsky Neisler, Ryan, Sklena, Walton
Altar Servers
Munce, Nader,
Adlaf, Adlaf, Gullo, Klepitsch,
Cornille, Cornille, Dobrowski
Lee, Tagliavia,
Those Who Are Ill:
Veronica Gabriel, Nick Milazzo,
Madalyn Carrol, Lucille Jansen,
Ernie Komornicki, Peg Basile,
Ed Sloper, Christine Sloper,
Sr. Josephine Berchmans,
Julie Koenig, Jean Zurawski,
Brenda Prince, Jimmy Rancich,
Peter Faraci, Baby Jayce Conley,
Midge Smith, Joan Ziomek,
Mary Kedzie, Jim Cassidy,
Madelyn Pukal, Theresa Olsen,
Donna Stefanovic, Iryna Rymar,
Dolores Hester, Tom Meehan,
Jim Smith, Baby Charlie Winchester,
Shirley Van Ornum, Phyllis Knirko,
Robyn Costantani, Julius Sivori,
Joanne Scarpelli Karen DuBoff,
Maggy Colby, Bernadette LaPalagia,
Eileen Fitzsimmons, Mary Valentine,
Virginia Mast, Bernard Krejcik.
Those Who Have Died:
Robert Marion, Sr.,
Gloria Ida
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REV. PETER GNOINSKI, Associate Pastor
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320 South Washington
Phone Number
(847) 825-7605
Fax Number
(847) 825-5186
Web Address
Joan Macpherson
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Parish Office:
Mary Hoff
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Joanne Stewart
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Michele Yarbrough, Communications &
Pastor’s Administrative Assistant
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(847) 825-6366
Lorelei Bobroff, Principal
Web Address
(847) 692-2758
Anna Mae Parkhill, Director
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Web Address
(847) 825-7605
Deacon Bob Bulger
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(847) 825-7605
Edward J. Eicker, Director
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Andrea Bartolomeo, Assistant Director
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(847) 692-6767
Adrienne Timm, Director
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(847) 825-7605
Caroline Hopkinson
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(847) 692-6727
Linda Burk, R.N.,B.S.
(847) 692-6024
Judy Kaplan
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7:30 AM, 9:00 AM (Up & Down),
10:30 AM (Up & Down), 12:00 PM, 5:30 PM
Monday - Friday: 6:25 AM, 8:30 AM
8:00 AM, 4:30 PM (UP)
4:30 PM (Down)
Monday-Friday: 8-8:15 AM
(Reconciliation Room in vestibule)
3:30 to 5 PM (Opus Dei Priest)
3:00 to 4:00 PM
1:15 PM ceremony every Sunday of each month.
Please call the rectory to register for Baptism.
An instruction class for parents provided.
(Baptismal Preparation Class - 4th Thursday of
every month at 7:00 PM in the Morello Parish
Life Center). Please call the rectory to register
for the preparation class.
Arrange with priest or deacon at least 6 months in advance.
First Sunday of every month in the
Morello Parish Life Center from 8:30 AM to Noon.
First Saturday of each month: After the 8:00 AM Mass.
Call the rectory and leave a message for Kathy Bulger
Monday - Friday:
Prayed after the 8:30 AM Mass.
Prayed after the 8:00 AM Mass.
Open 24 Hours a Day
*During the hours of 6 AM to 9 PM, enter through the
Mother Cabrini Garden Entrance.
*During the hours of 9 PM to 6 AM, enter through the
Kinane Center front door.
Visit us on the web: www.spc-church.org
*PULPIT ANNOUNCEMENT DEADLINE: Thursday by Noon in the Rectory