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TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME · OCTOBER 19, 2014
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Parish Office
Phone ...........................(847) 825-HOPE
Fax .................................(847) 825-4631
Parish Email:
offi[email protected] opechurch.com
Parish Staff
Pastor ................. Rev. John W. Clemens
Pastor Emeritus .... Rev. William D. Mannion
Deacon Couple ........... Jim & Rose Ernst
Business Manager........ Geriann Gen le
Religious Educa on Coordinator .. Mary Wi
Administra ve Assistant . Mary Puente
Liturgy Schedule
Weekend
Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 am
Weekday
Monday-Friday 8:30 am
Communion Service
Daily 12:10 pm
Reconcilia on
Saturday 4:00-4:40 pm
or by appointment.
W E B S I T E :
W W W . O U R L A D Y O F H O P E C H U R C H . C O M
CLEM CHOWDER
SACRAMENTS & MINISTRIES
Today is a very special day for Our Lady of Hope and
we welcome Bishop Alberto Rojas to our Parish. He is
here to confer the Sacrament of Confirma on on our
class and the young people from St. Thomas Becket
Parish. It is a special day for me personally. Bishop
Rojas was a newly ordained Deacon when I first met
him. He was assigned to St. Gregory the Great parish as
his first assignment to the priesthood. I was the Pastor
there at the me and we spent three wonderful years
together. I was aware that he was a special person and
an excep onal priest and I was right. In spite of his
being with me as his first pastor, he ascended quickly
through the ranks and became an Auxiliary Bishop in
Chicago. Cardinal George commended me for not
having corrupted him too much. I have never seen
Alberto lead mass as a bishop or do a Confirma on so I
am really looking forward to today’s celebra on. It is
always a great thing for a Bishop to come to a parish. It
is not the usual thing for the bishop to be a personal
friend and a priest whom I have shared the altar with.
Confirma on is not only a blessed me for those
who have worked so long to prepare for this
sacrament. It is also a me for the blessings of the Holy
Spirit to be given to the Parishes involved. In these
young people who make their faith commitment today
the church is refreshed and renewed. The Holy Spirit is
present in a unique way to these young people and to
all of us who are blessed by their accep ng the call to
be Disciples of Christ. Know that the Holy Spirit is
working in all of us this day and the churches of Our
Lady of Hope and St. Thomas Becket are made new in
the presence of God and in the commitment of these
young people.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all those who
worked with these young people and helped them in
their prepara on for this day. Catechists in both
parishes have shared their faith with them and made
the faith real. I also want to thank all the parents who
have brought these young people this far and have
prepared them by sharing their own faith to be ready
to make this decision to commit to the Lord. The work
of the catechists is essen al but it would not be frui ul
unless the seeds that they are able to plant find fer le
soil provided by good commi ed Catholic families.
Especially worthy of thanks are those who were
chosen to be sponsors of these Confirma on
candidates. Sponsoring involves a special commitment
and to accept this role means that the sponsor will be
there to help the young person live out the
commitment that they have made today.
Again, this is a special day that the Lord has made, let
us rejoice in it. Come Holy Spirit come.
I hope that all of you have marked your calendars for
the town hall mee ng hosted by the Parish Council which
will take place on October 28th in the Church. I remind
you that this mee ng is scheduled to allow a wider par cipa on in se ng five year goals for the Parish. It is not a
complaint session. If you have complaints bring them directly to the Pastor. This is an evening to help the parish
leadership work for the good of all. Bring your ideas to
the church. All are welcome.
Have a blessed week. Know that you are loved and live
that love. Rejoice in the presence of the Holy Spirit.
I have taken a new tact on my beloved Bears. Every me I
say that they are going to lose they win, so I am going to
con nue that tact and say that they are going to lose. Go
Miami. I hope reverse psychology works.
O UR L ADY OF H OPE CHURCH
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Father Clem
Wedding Banns II
Teresa M. Hess &
Matthew A. Farias
Sacraments
Reconcilia on: Saturdays 4:00-4:40 pm or by appointment.
Bap sms: First Sunday of the month at 12:00 pm. (No bap sms
during Lent.) Arrangements should be made at least 30 days
prior to the Bap sm date. Call Deacon Jim for more informa on.
Marriages: Par es should be registered parishioners 6 months
prior to arranging for a wedding date. Date must be set 6 months
prior to the marriage. Contact Deacon Jim for more informa on.
R.C.I.A.
Interested in becoming Catholic? Contact Deacon Jim about
the R.C.I.A. Program.
Children’s Sacramental Programs & R.E. Classes
Contact Mary Wi .
Ministers of Care
Our Ministers of Care bring Eucharist to the homebound and
sick each week. Please call the parish office if a member of
your family would like weekly visits.
ROSEMONT, I LLINOIS
PARISH NEWS & EVENTS
Congratulation
to our
Newly Confirmed
Our Lady of Hope
St. Thomas Becket
Brandon Artwohl ~ John
Gavin Dardis ~ Freitag
Adeline Bieniarz ~ Anne
Samantha Hyc ~Kinga
Michael Blancaflor ~ Augustine
Angela Jarzabek ~ Angela
Cynthia Castro ~ Teresa
Daniel Krupa ~ Daniel
Stephen Cutro ~ James
Olivia Kusio~ Stella
Tara Deane ~ Vitus
Matthew Lechowicz ~ Romanus
Matthew De Simone ~ Joseph
Matthew Leoschke ~ Casimir
Madison Ganir ~ Kathleen
Julia Mirek ~ Teresa
Brooke Gorski ~ Elizabeth
Natalia Moczybroda- ~ Klara
Connor Hilliard ~Francois
Anthony Moreth ~Joseph
Jonathan Ildefonso ~ Joseph
Kamil Ozga ~ Paul
Catherine Lane ~ Agatha
Martina Schneider ~ Martina
Jason Langer ~ Jerome
Jonathan Sloboda~ Peter
Ryan Langer ~ David
Matthew Wicha ~ Christopher
Rebecca McCown ~ Joan
Bennett Miller ~ Michael
Matthew Muich ~ David
McKenna Soch ~ Emily
Jillian Zayia ~ Theresa
OCTOBER 19, 2014
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TWENTY- NINTH S UNDAY IN O RDINARY T IME
PARISH CALENDARS
Mass Inten ons for the Week
Sat. 10/18
5:00 pm
Sun. 10/19
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
Mon. 10/20
8:30 am
Tue. 10/21
8:30 am
Wed. 10/22
Thu. 10/23
Fri. 10/24
Sat. 10/25
8:30 am
8:30 am
8:30 am
5:00 pm
Sun. 10/26
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
† Margaret Fergus (1st Anniv.)
REMEMBRANCE
† Megan Rocque
† Joseph Pannarale
† Mary & Thomas Casey
REMEMBRANCE
† Barney & Eileen Kenaney
† Paul Gallo
† Margaret Fergus
REMEMBRANCE
† Joseph Carpino, Sr. (16th Anniv.)
Spec. Int. Kim Cady
† Irene Bush
REMEMBRANCE
† Spec. Int. Denis & Jane Cerezo
† Spec. Int. Ro Germann
† Donald Memenga
REMEMBRANCE
† James A. Davlin
† Sam Mar nek (1st Anniv.)
REMEMBRANCE
† Mike Corr (7th Anniv.)
† John Zelick
† John (Jack) Reynolds
† Mildred Co one
† Sam Maggio (5th Anniv.)
REMEMBRANCE
† Consuelo Garcia
† Catherine Lewicki
REMEMBRANCE
† Kathryn Burke
† Prudence Mitchell
† Jerry Riordan
REMEMBRANCE
Spec. Int. James & Genevieve Baur
on their 50th Wedding Anniv.
† Richard Andrews
REMEMBRANCE
† Chris ne Kowalczyk
Readings for the Week
Week of October 19, 2014
Sunday:
Isaiah 45:1, 4-6; Psalm 96; 1
Thess 1:1-5b; Ma 22:15-21
Monday:
Eph 2:1-10; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk
12:13-21
Tuesday:
Eph 2:12-22; Ps 85:9ab-14;
Lk 12:35-38
Wednesday: Eph 3:2-12; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6; Lk 12:39-48
Thursday:
Eph 3:14-21; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 11-12, 18-19;
Lk 12:49-53
Friday:
Eph 4:1-6; Ps 24:1-4ab, 5-6; Lk 12:54-59
Saturday:
Eph 4:7-16; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 13:1-9
Sunday:
Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18:2-4, 47, 51;
1 Thes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
O UR L ADY OF H OPE CHURCH
Ministers of the Liturgy
Saturday, October 18 at 5:00 pm
Priest ......................................................................... Fr. J. Joslyn
Lector................................................................... A. Maramonte
Hosts ..........................................................K. Eichhorn, B. Mo o
Cup ....................................... D. Valenzia, K. Eichhorn, J. Pconka
Servers ........................................................................... A. Miller
Sunday, October 19 at 8:00 am
Priest ..................................................................... Fr. J. Clemens
Lector............................................................................. M. Jekot
Hosts ........................................................... D. Helma, M. Cygnar
Cup .............................................M. Knauss, S. Jedryczka, J. Dzik
Servers ....................................................................... T. Sheridan
Sunday, October 19 at 9:30 am
Priest ......................................................................... Fr. J. Joslyn
Lector............................................................................ P. Fergus
Hosts ......................................................... M. Insolia, J. Gunning
Cup ...................................... C. Boswell, S. Shelton, S. Coronado
Servers ...................................................................... B. Ramsden
Sunday, October 19 at 11:00 am
Priest ..................................................................... Fr. J. Clemens
Lector........................................................................ T. Ramsden
Hosts .............................................................. J. Corr, S. Sweeney
Cup ................................... L. Reyes, M.A. Nicholson, P. Dussault
Servers .............................................................. A. Deane, B. Bolz
Saturday, October 25 at 5:00 pm
Priest ..................................................................... Fr. J. Clemens
Lector........................................................................M. Stoskopf
Hosts ....................................................... D. Valencia, R. Kukulka
Cup ......................................... T. Bond, H. Lazzaro o, R. Talaber
Servers ....................................................................... No Servers
Sunday, October 26 at 8:00 am
Priest ..................................................................... Fr. J. Clemens
Lector.......................................................................... K. Riordan
Hosts .....................................................A. Piscitello, N. Sweeney
Cup ............................... K. Clemmensen, C. Galovich, M. Knauss
Servers ........................................................................... A. Miller
Sunday, October 26 at 9:30 am
Priest ..................................................................... Fr. J. Clemens
Lector........................................................................ M. O’Hagan
Hosts ............................................................ J. Hardiman, J. Baur
Cup ............................................ C. Insolia, T. Kaisling, S. Greene
Servers ....................................................................... T. Sheridan
Sunday, October 26 at 11:00 am
Priest ......................................................................... Fr. J. Joslyn
Lector........................................................................... E. Carlson
Hosts ............................................................. K. Reyes, E. Carlson
Cup .......................................... J. Stawik, S. Cherney, G. Hengels
Servers .......................................................................... J. Roback
Altar Linens This Week
Oct. 19-25, 2014 ...............................................Kathy Clemmensen
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ROSEMONT, I LLINOIS
PARISH NEWS & EVENTS
STEWARDSHIP
REMEMBERING THE DECEASED OF OUR PARISH
FAMILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 AT 9:30 A.M.
MASS
On November 2 at 9:30 Mass
we will be remembering in a
special way the deceased
members of our parish family.
We would also like to extend
this invita on to those
parishioners who may have lost a loved one during
this last year to join us. Please call the parish
office and let us know if you will be joining us.
Stewardship Reflec on…...
TOWN HALL MEETING
The Parish Council Invites you to a
Town Hall Meeting on October 28,
2014 at 7:00 p.m.in the church to
discuss the Parish’s five year goals.
Everyone is invited to attended!
ALL SAINTS DAY MASS
Saturday
November 1, 2014
“You shall love your neighbor as yourself,” Jesus advises the
Pharisees and others who are listening to Him. This was in
answer to a “trick” ques on posed to him by a lawyer among the
Pharisees. The ques oner wanted the Lord to give a response
that might appear to lessen other commandments. Instead, Jesus
points out that there are some commandments from our God
that are greater than our tradi onal Ten Commandments.
“You shall love the Lord your God, with all your heart, with all
your soul, and with all your mind.” We are first called to that
rela onship with God, a rela onship which acknowledges God’s
love of us, and results in our own love of the Lord. That is where
stewardship must begin with each of us — through developing a
loving bond with God. However, Jesus then explains to us how
we must relate to one another: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”
Many misinterpret Christ’s admoni on to mean that we must
love ourselves first. He was not saying that we must love
ourselves before we love anyone else. He was saying nonetheless
that our focus as stewards needs to be on serving and loving
others. The good steward respects, regards, and loves others as
he or she might expect to be treated. Love and stewardship are
very much the same — each strives to put others before our own
interests.
Electronic Dona ons Available Through
GiveCentral.org
We would like to remind you that Our Lady of Hope accepts
online dona ons through GiveCentral.org. The Archdiocese of
Chicago has adopted this new program to make online giving
easy! Through Give Central, you may make paperless dona ons
(one- me or recurring) to the parish using your credit card, debit
card, or electronic payments. Please call the parish office with
any ques ons. Thank you!
9:00 a.m.
Stewardship of Treasure
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Ordinary Time beckons, and so on this Sunday we surrender
the last glimmers of paschal joy as we celebrate the renewal
of our life around the table of the Eucharist. This feast
reminds us that the goal of the catechumen’s journey through
Lent is not the bap smal font at Easter, but rather the
experience of Pentecost. It is all about life lived in the Spirit’s
embrace in rela onship to the Body of Christ, which is found
both “on the table” and “at the table.”
The season of confirma on is also drawing to a close, and
this feast serves as a reminder that this sacrament, a solemn
sending from font to table, is keyed to renewed vigor.
Confirma on has some mes been sadly misunderstood as a
kind of gradua on from religious forma on, but it is nothing
of the sort. It is about being led by the Lord Jesus to the place
where the Spirit flourishes, and where the gi s of the Spirit
are most easily detectable. A er next week we will resume
our considera on of the Sacrament of Confirma on, its rich
and somewhat tangled history, its challenging theology, and
its changing celebra on.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
OCTOBER 19, 2014
Weekly Collec on 10/12/14……………………………………....$5,029.00
Amount Necessary to Operate the Parish………………..$ 10,048.00
Surplus/Shor all…………………………………………………….. -$ 5,019.00
Fiscal Year-to-Date Collec on 10/12/14 …………………. $.91,805.00
Amount Necessary to Operate the Parish………………..$140,702.00
Surplus/Shor all…………………………………………………... -$ 48,897.00
Please note:
The fiscal year for the parish is 7/1/14 through 6/30/15.
Tithes for the month of October are:
♦Cross Interna onal Catholic Outreach, which assists poor
parishes in foreign countries by delivering food and shelter.
♦Sister of Notre Dame De Namur at the Nginda Mission
Dispensary in Zaire, Africa, to help the educa on and health
care of the needy
♦St. Vincent DePaul Society for the needs of the local poor.
The 5% the for the month will be divided and sent to the
above referenced loca ons.
There will also be a second collec on for the Society for the
Propaga on of Faith.
Thank you so much for your generosity and support!
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PARISH NEWS & EVENTS
PARISH NEWS & EVENTS
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE
HOPEFUL 500 RAFFLE WINNERS
USING TALENTS AND TIME TO KEEP
PEOPLE WARM
OCTOBER 5, 2014
Brandon Artwohl
#189
$150
October 12, 2014
Dina Baldassano
#106
J. & C. Gonzalez
#110
$150
$300
A special thanks and blessing to Mary Walsh
and the Kni ng Ministry for their beau ful
handiwork. Hats and scarves are kni ed
with love for those whose hearts and bodies will be warmed
with these. The beauty of a homemade item can only be appreciated when you see the face of a person whose smile is so
apprecia ve. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU!
UNCLE PETE MINISTRIES
WI-FI is now available at
Our Lady of Hope!
The connec ng network is:
“OurLadyofHope”
Password: prayforus
BECAUSE OF YOU……
The Sandwich Ministry has been a joy
filled experience for all the parishioners
of Our Lady of Hope who have
par cipated. You know that the face of
the Lord is seen in those whose lives
you have helped.
Our Food Pantry
Thanks to your con nued generosity to our
food pantry. In planning for the coming
holidays, items such as boxed potatoes,
rice, stuffing, cranberry sauce, canned
sweet potatoes, and canned fruit would
help round out our supplies. Thank you for
your con nued support!
The Outreach Ministry Invites to a Football
Party!
The Francisan Harrison Street Shelter was where we
delivered the sack dinners on Sunday. They were just
beginning to make soup and now they had the sacks to
serve with it. There are 270 men at the facility and 50
women at a facility two blocks away. THANK YOU AND
GOD BLESS YOU for feeding the hungry!
Please join us for a hot dog dinner plus
other snacks, beverages, and desserts at
our annual football party on Sunday, November 9th in the Schwab Center. Tickets will be sold
a er all Masses beginning this weekend of October18th. Fes vi es start at 7PM. All proceeds are used
to provide dinners at Catholic Chari es for the
poor and homeless.
UNCLE PETE MINISTRIES.
KNIGHTS CORNER
MARIA COUNCIL 4836
UPCOMING EVENTS
SERVING: ST. PAUL OF THE CROSS, MARY SEAT OF WISDOM,
AND OUR LADY OF HOPE
October 18-19
All Masses
Tootsie Roll Drive at every mass for Halloween Candy
October 30
7:00 p.m.
November 2
9:30 a.m. Mass
November 14
7:00 p.m.
Maria Council Social at AFFRESCO in Park Ridge to meet other friends and
supporters of the KOC.
Honor Guard at 9:30 a.m. Mass to celebrate those OLOH souls that are with
the Lord.
Turkey Shoot & Social. Come join us and see how you can help the
community thru the KOC.
Please call Jim Gonzalez at (847) 698-4459 if you are able to help us in any or all of these events, or with any ques ons about the
Maria Council Knights of Columbus. Check out www.mariacouncil.org and www.kofc.org
O UR L ADY OF H OPE CHURCH
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ROSEMONT, I LLINOIS
COMMUNITY NEWS & EVENTS
COMMUNITY NEWS & EVENTS
Jesuit Retreat House
420 W County Line Rd, Barrington, IL 60010
A ernoon of Reflec on
for Parents of High School Students
Explore what your teen has in common with
St. Aloysius Gonzaga & St. Kateri Tekakwitha
A word we frequently hear yet we struggle to construct an
accurate defini on. Suppose your family was living on under
$2,000 a month, amoun ng to less than $24,000 per year.
According to the US Bureau, families of four in the United
States living in poverty earn less than $23,850 annually. About
650,000 of your fellow Chicagoans are facing that reality and
struggling to provide for their families.
Learn more about “Kairos” or God’s Time
Reflect on the ways to help foster and strengthen faith within
your family.
Fr. Jim Gschwend, SJ
3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Sunday, October 26, 2014
$20 per couple, suggested contribu on
(Dinner included)
If you have ques ons, please call 1 847-381-1261.
These striking sta s cs fuel the Catholic Campaign for Human
Development (CCHD) who works to combat the threats that
poverty poses and empower the poor through self-help
programs. They fund organiza ons in your neighborhood
including LOOM Chicago, a social enterprise in Rogers Park
offering Middle Eastern refugees the opportunity to create
clothing and jewelry to sell for profit.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
AARP Founda on Tax-Aide has many
kinds of volunteer opportuni es
available from tax volunteers to
greeters, as well as communica ons,
technology and administra ve coordinators. One might
be right for you! Get the joy and sa sfac on of helping
others by applying to join the AARP Founda on TaxAide volunteer team today! Your experience will be
appreciated more than you can imagine. If interested,
please complete the online applica on on the AARP
web site www.aarp.org/taxvolunteer
This November 22nd and 23rd, join the millions of generous
Chicagoans and support the Catholic Campaign for Human
Development to help fund remarkable organiza ons. Please
visit: www.ChicagoPeaceAndJus ce.org/CCHD for more
informa on.
BE AN INFORMED
CATHOLIC.
Listen to Relevent Radio, a
Catholic Radio station on
950 AM, broadcasting 24/7
You are cordially invited to a end the
SAINT VIATOR HIGH SCHOOL
OPEN HOUSE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1-3 p.m.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Learn more about the Saint Viator High
School community
by taking a guided tour with one of our
student ambassadors.
Our administra on, faculty, staff, coaches,
and current parents
will be here to answer your ques ons.
Register online at wwwsaintviator.com to
skip the registra on line
Come see why we are the only High School
in the Archdiocese
to receive the Blue Ribbon for 2014!
Divorce Ministry
Prayer Vigil & Mass for
Immigra on Reform and
Unaccompanied Children
with
Most Rev. Gustavo Garcia-Siller,
M.Sp.S
Archbishop of San Antonio
Friday, October 24, 2014
5:00pm
Prayer Vigil at Federal Plaza,
230 S. Dearborn St.
- Pilgrimage to St. Peter's
6:00pm Mass at St. Peter's in the
Loop,
110 W Madison St.
NEW! Catholic’s Divorce Healing
Program at St. Giles Church in Oak Park
is pleased to announce the beginning of
a new ministry to men and women who
have suffered from divorce and
separa on. This monthly group will
begin January 22nd in the Dore Parish
Center at St. Giles, 1025 Columbian
Ave., Oak Park, Illinois. For more
informa on please contact:
Deirdre Buckingham
[email protected] 708383-3430 x404
For more informa on :
WWW.CATHOLICSANDIMMIGRANTS.ORG
Successful Aging Workshop II—Early Detec on of Alzheimer’s—Alzheimer’s has a profound impact
on the lives of those it touches. Early detec on, treatment and other resources offer op ons to families whose lives are impacted directly by it. This workshop offers new insights from experts, resources, respite op ons for caregivers and more. This workshop takes place on Wednesday, October 29 at 9:30 to Noon in the Park Ridge Public Library, 20 S. Prospect, Park Ridge (1st flr.)
Please register today by calling the Center of Concern at 847-823-0453. ( For more informa on, please refer to our bulle n
board.)
OCTOBER 19, 2014
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FOOD PANTRY
300 S. Northwest Highway ~ Park Ridge, IL 60068
Jack Cook, President
OUR PARISH IS ALWAYS IN
847-692-9200
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NON-PERISHABLE FOODS.
If you are unable to bring in
these items, you can make a cash
donation to the Food Pantry through
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Steaks Fish Seafood Pasta
847-518-0990 carluccirosemont.com
6111 North River Road, Rosemont
G. L. HILLS
Funeral Home, Ltd.
VIA GALANTE CEMENT CONTRACTORS, INC.
745 Graceland Avenue
Des Plaines, IL
“Only the most personalized service”
WE NOW SERVICE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
847-699-9003
AIR DUCT & DRYER VENT CLEANING
Graham Hills
www.glhillsfuneralhome.com
• Patios • Driveways • Sidewalks • Steps
• Stamped Concrete • Snow Plowing
Richie’s Restaurant
AGATA S. POMPILIO, Owner • SANTO & CARMELLA BONAFEDE
Summer Breakfast Specials Dine in only
Call Today: 773-589-9893 Senior Discount!
BUY 1 BREAKFAST • GET 1 FREE (Fri. - Sat. - Sun.)
Equal or Lesser Value / Must present coupon / Daily Specials Excluded
No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small
9812 W. Lawrence Ave., 847-928-8500
8300 W. LAWRENCE AVE. • NORRIDGE
WWW.CUMBERLANDCHAPELS.COM
FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED SINCE 1985
Traditional Services, Cremations & Pre-Arrangements Available
ANTHONY J. LUPO, SR. • ANTHONY J. LUPO, JR. • PETER M. MARTINO • LOUIS A. MARTINO, JR.
009206 Our Lady of Hope Church
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