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NOVEMBER 9TH, 2014
STEWARDSHIP SUNDAY
ST.DAMIAN
PARISH
Parish Offices:
5250 W. 155th St.
Oak Forest, Illinois 60452
Phone: (708)687-1370
www.stdamianchurch.org
Email: [email protected]
Religious Education
(708) 687-7778
School Office
(708) 687-4230
Ministry of Care Office
(708) 687-1370
St. Damian Night
Chicago Wolves Family Outing
Saturday, Nov. 22, 7:00 pm
Wolves vs. Iowa Wild
Pastoral Staff:
Pastor
Fr. Joe Noonan
Associate Pastors
Fr. Paul Guzman
Fr. Chris Kituli
Resident
Fr. Jerry Scanlan
Deacons
Bill Stearns
Tom Hipelius
John Rex
Len Steinbeigle
Business Manager
Mark Wolf 687-1370
Director of Ministry
Frieda Bertello 342-8529
Principal
Terese Maurer 687-4230
Religious Education Director
MaryJo Landuyt 687-7778
High School Ministry
Connie Swidergal 342-8513
Music Ministry
Tony Berardi 687-9532
Parish Secretary/Office Manager
Christine Yaeger 687-1370
Maintenance
Joe Beemsterboer 710-1510
Free Hat with each ticket purchased!
Free pregame Fun Fest 5:00-6:30pm - Allstate Arena Skyline Room
Free Wendell Young T-shirt presented by Heidenhain (first 2,500 fans)
Adopt-A-Dog Night
$19.50 per ticket
Win A Chicago Wolves Jersey
Raffle tickets: $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00
Tickets will be sold after all weekend Masses
By phone: (708) 687-7778
By fax: (708) 687-1735
In the Religious Ed office
Mass Schedule:
Daily
7:00 AM: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9:00 AM: Monday-Saturday
Weekend Sat: 5:00 PM | Sun: 6:45 AM, 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM,
11:00 AM, 12:30 PM, 5:00 PM
Holy Days
Vigil: 7:00 PM | Day: 7:00 AM, 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM
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St. Damian Parish
Pastor’s Corner by Fr. Joe Noonan
My niece had long golden hair that flowed gently
next to her head while she lay in her casket. At
the tender age of 21 years old Kristine joined with
the Communion of Saints in heaven. Her Funeral
Mass was the first one that I had celebrated for a
young family member. Only a few years earlier I
celebrated the Funeral Mass for my aunt, Mary
Jane. This funeral was the very first I celebrated as
a priest and for one of the holiest women I have
ever had the privilege of knowing. The passing of
these fine and wonderful women placed me as the
celebrant of their funeral Masses in new territory,
that of praying for family whom I loved and with
my family who now grieved. Witnessing the grief
of my sister, her husband and son, and my uncle
with his children and family, I realized how
profound their grief was, far beyond my own. It
shaped how I will approach every wake, funeral and
cemetery prayer service since.
The loss of a loved child, spouse, parent, best
friend, siblings can be tremendous. Our grief can
reach depths that we had not realized our pain
and feelings could go. The hope that we pray for
in these days of heavy sadness is that of Jesus
Christ risen from the dead. This is no small hope.
The Resurrection of Jesus should not be
something tritely considered by Christians,
brought out at Easter. This is the only reason that
Catholicism and the Christian offshoots exist. If
Jesus does not rise from the dead, then who
cares? There is no reason for Ss. Peter, Paul,
Andrew, James and the numerous apostles and
disciples to be martyred. Not only would their
deaths be in vain, but they would also be very
hard to explain. Certainly, this loosely united
group who had no regular means of
communicating with each other and difficult travel
conditions, would not have kept some bizarre
suicide pact that spanned over 30 years. They saw
and experienced the Risen Lord Jesus Christ. Their
conviction that they would share in eternal life
with Him came from experiencing His glory after
His Resurrection. They may have feared the pain
or suffering of martyrdom as any human might.
They, however, did not fear what would lay
beyond this life; hence, they determined to share
the good news of Jesus Christ in the face of pain,
suffering and death. As St. Paul wrote, “where, oh
death, is your sting?”
This is our faith and conviction. Death has no
more sting for the followers of Jesus Christ. It is
our Christian hope that all who have died in Christ
will rise with Him. My aunt Mary Jane had a
beautiful dream near the end of her life in which
Jesus stood just across a beautiful stream of
crystal clear water. Behind Him was an amazingly
beautiful garden. Jesus looked at her and
beckoned to come across the stream to join Him.
Her family shared that she had deep peace after
the dream. I believe that she experienced that
garden and the invitation of Jesus after she
breathed her last.
It is said that wakes and funerals are for both the
dead and those who remain. This is true. We pray
that all who have died may now live with the
glorified and risen Lord Jesus and all of the
Communion of Saints. These beautiful and
powerful prayers are also for us gathered together.
They beseech God’s consoling hand and ask for
comfort at an incredibly difficult time. Most
importantly, these prayers remind us of hope. On
our appointed day, Jesus will call each of us by
name from beyond our finite and humble
humanity to share in His divine life and glory. So
far beyond our imagination this is, that sometimes
we forget how great a promise immortality with
Christ is.
I look forward to seeing my niece and aunt again.
One day I hope to be beckoned to cross over. Like
St. Paul, I am “working out my salvation with fear
and trembling”, but always with great hope and
confidence that our Savior will indeed save us.
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All God’s Children
Do you have a son or daughter who has a same sex attraction?
Do you wonder where they fit into the Catholic Church? Do
you or they think the Church has no place for them? Deacon
John and Marijean Rex host a monthly small group meeting
for you. Come share you families story, struggles and joys of
having same sex attracted children. Come and hear the truth
according to Church teaching. Our inaugural meeting will be
November 20 at 7:00 PM in the Pastoral Center meeting room B.
A Heartfelt Thank You to Two Craftsmen
We wish to thank Paul Petit, one of our parishioners, for creating the
replacement table for the Information & Resource table. It is absolutely
BEAUTIFUL and will add to the “welcoming spirit” of St. Damian!
We also want to thank Joe Beemsterboer, our Director of Maintenance,
for all his efforts in hanging the pamphlet display cases, the narthex
TV, pictures of Pastors and his "special touches" that enhance the
Narthex environment.
Anniversary Mass
Readings for the Week
of November 9, 2014
Sunday: Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12/
1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17/Jn 2:13-22
Monday: Ti 1:1-9/Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday: Ti 2:1-8, 11-14/Lk 17:7-10
Wednesday: Ti 3:1-7/Lk 17:11-19
Thursday: Phlm 7-20/Lk 17:20-25
Friday: 2 Jn 4-9/Lk 17:26-37
Saturday: 3 Jn 5-8/Lk 18:1-8
Next Sunday: Prv 31:10-13,
19-20, 30-31/1 Thes 5:1-6/
Mt 25:14-30 or 25:14-15, 19-21
©Liturgical Publications Inc
In Loving Memory
If you and your spouse are celebrating your wedding anniversary in November, we
invite you to a special liturgy planned for Sunday, November 16 at the 9:30 a.m.
Mass. Renew your marriage vows and let the community of St. Damian's share in
your joy at a reception immediately following the Mass. If you plan to attend,
please call the Pastoral Center at 687-1370.
Valerie J. Shemett
Russell Ventimiglia
Edward Maci
Pray for the Sick
Fr. Tom Grace
Mary McNally
Kathy DeBock
Sarah Panozzo
Katelyn Krafcisin
Lou Coppens Jr.
Bill Hyland
John McSweeney
Don Pence
Mary Beata
Ronald Roper
Wanda Roper
Laura Mazurowski
Cindy Grabiec
Nancy Paull
Anthony Danalewich
Amy Manson
Daniel Loranger
John Gill
Allyson Fila
Mary Patton
Mark Orozco
Gladene O'Neil
Antonia Helmuth
Rita Doweiko
Pat Dickleman
Donald Rada Jr.
Mary Anne LaHayne
JaLoy Stogner
Donald Schnering Sr.
Tina Sisko
Soledad Enriquez
Angelina Quiroz
Sue Harris
Robert Haynes
Emily Haynes
Mary Beth Dickinson
Bill Waznis
Lorraine Slotarski
Nick Fosco
Thomas Mitchel
Matthew Carmody
David Kicmal
Darcy Alaska
Christina Yako
Marianne Goss
Lisa Smith
Connie Cholly
Jane MacLaughlin
Dan Curran
Kim Zolna
Danny Loranger
Faustas Strolia
James Wojciechowski
Chris Peregrine
Brannon Moran
Darlene Healy
Linda Carey
Mike Lytle
Mary Vandenburg
Angeline Parlow
Dan Heinlein
Francis Miroballi
Marge Jern
Robert Krug
John Balsamo
Parish Support
October 26, 2014
Weekly Offering
Sharing
New Years
Immaculate Conception
All Saints
All Souls
Retired Religious
Catholic Campaign
Missions
Children’s Envelopes
$17,621.66
$90.00
$5.00
$5.00
$73.00
$355.00
$5.00
$6.00
$846.00
$2.00
Thank you for your continued
generosity! Please remember
St. Damian in your will.
Electronic Offering
10/22/14 - 10/26/14
Weekly Offering
$539.50
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St. Damian Prayer Group
Women's Club Meeting
Men’s Club Meeting
November 2014
All women of the parish are
invited to the next meeting of
the Women's Club. It will be
held Tuesday, November 18th at
7:00 PM in Shaw Hall.
The next meeting of the Men’s Club
will be held Tuesday, November 11,
2014 at 7:30 pm in Shaw Hall. All
men 21 and over are welcome to join
us for an informative meeting focusing
on parish activities, and afterward for
refreshments and socializing. All
members are requested to bring nonperishable food items for distribution
by the St. Damian Food Pantry. See
you there!
Nov. 11 - Heart to Heart.
Praying the Desires of Your Heart
Nov. 18 - Teaching
All are welcome to join us on
Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m.
in the Sr. Clarice Aula, Building
door "F" at the east end of the
school. For further information
call Nancy at 687-2761 or
Cielo at 254-3772.
Join us to create a holiday craft.
All members are requested to
bring non-perishable food items
to stock the St. Damian Food
Pantry.
Hope to see you there!
NOTE: Card Party Committee will
convene at 7:00 pm just prior to our
meeting.
Fair Trade Sale
November 8 & 9, 2014
FAIR TRADE PRODUCTS will be
sold after all Masses at the Narthex.
Your purchases can help support
the poor farmers in the world!
For more information, please call
Olga & Steve Arce at
(773) 350-2853, or
Cielo Medina at 687-0278.
Peace & Justice Ministry
Men’s Spirituality Group
Meets November 10 at 7:00 PM in the Pastoral Center
James 1:12 “Blessed is the man who preservers in temptation,
for when he has been proved he will receive the crown of life
that he promised to those who love him.” Temptation in all
forms is a part of life, there is no way to avoid it. How we deal
with it is what is important.
Come join us for an hour and a half
of lively discussion with other men
who have heard Gods call to a deeper
relationship with Christ and
His Church.
Respect Life Meeting
Come and join us at our
meeting on the second
Wednesday of the month,
November 12th in the
Pastoral Center Damian
Room A at 7:00 PM.
Please share your Pro Life
ideas, which could help a
Mother to be and save the
life of an unborn baby.
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Dear Fellow Parishioners:
The Men’s Club will be hosting our annual card party
again this year and which has been a tradition for over
thirty years to be held on Thanksgiving Eve.
This is open to Men and Women over the age of 21. It
is a night of cards, door prizes, raffles or just plain old
socializing. We encourage you to bring your family
and friends we will provide a table and cards for you to
enjoy the evening. If you want to come and join
someone’s table there is always room for one more.
We also provide soft drinks, beer, wine and a buffet
dinner. You can’t beat the price of admission at $15 for
the evening. If you haven’t been to our card party
before, now is the time. Remember this is for our
Parish and it is a great time to show your support.
We will also be featuring a Texas Holdem Tournament
that evening. If you play or have always wanted to try
it, this would be a great opportunity to do so. Price to
play is $40 and we will be having rebuy and an add-on
during the tournament.
This is one of our fundraisers and the monies raised
through the St. Damian Men’s Club go to support over
twenty organizations and functions within our parish.
St. Damian Men Club Card Party
November 26, 2014
Shaw and O’Day Hall Door Open at 7 PM. Midnight
General Admission $15.00
Texas Holdem Tournament
Entrance Fee $ 40.00
Registration Texas Holdem 7-7:45 pm
Tournament starts at 8 Pm.
Any Questions please call Bill Fox 687-9607 or email
[email protected]
See you there for a fun evening with your friends and
fellow parishioners
Bill Fox
St. Damian Men’s Club
Death, Grieving and Celebrating Funerals Year of the Sacraments – November
Death and grieving - those awful words that elicit the
strongest of emotions - seldom welcomed or greeted with
joyful anticipation; yet, a certainty of life.
Let us ponder the following: life – death – life.
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, known for her ground-breaking book,
On Death and Dying, says “It's only when we truly know and
understand that we have a limited time on earth -- and that
we have no way of knowing when our time is up -- that we
will begin to live each day to the fullest, as if it was the only
one we had.” Death or tragedy strike and we tumble thru
the stages: denial, anger, bargaining and depression, and
hopefully arrive on the peaceful shores of acceptance - and
not necessarily in this order. Like our DNA, each of us has
our own individual journey as we try to move from denial to
acceptance.
"The bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid
and deeds left undone." (Harriett Beecher Stowe) A chaplain
was visiting a terminally ill patient, and asked if he wanted to
receive communion. He refused. He was sullen and angry
and didn’t understand why he could not die. He said that is
wife had died of cancer a year earlier. She was a good wife,
mother, grandmother, and Catholic. The conversations began
slowly, gently and eventually revealed the root of the anger:
the patient never told his wife how much he loved her … and
he blamed himself for her death. The morning this patient
forgave himself – and God – he received communion … and
went home to God that night.
Grieving is not only life-giving, it is holy. Jesus loved the
family of Martha, Mary and Lazarus. Yet, He did not come
immediately when summoned. The grieving Martha said, “If
you had been here, my brother would not have died.” Jesus
responded, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who
believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever
lives by believing in me will never die.” And what did Jesus
do when he arrived at Lazarus’ tomb? He wept. Jesus wept.
He showed us the importance and necessity of grieving.
Celebrating funerals. What an odd combination of words.
But look deeper. Isn’t the final tribute of the life of a loved
one and knowing they are with God a celebration? Funerals
allow families and friends to share their stories and
anecdotes about their loved one. Quite often, the tears
morph into laughter and then back into tears. Lest we
forget, funerals give us closure … they help us say good-bye.
Finally, the funeral Mass draws all together into communion
with God and one another. “It is our great ‘Thank You’ to
God who created us, died for us, and is calling each one of
us back to Him, our loving God. The liturgy, particularly at
the time of death, is a unique moment, a holy moment, a
God-moment.” (Catholic Cemeteries) Life – death – life.
Embracing Memories is a support group for those who have
lost a loved one. Please contact Deacon Bill and Anne
Stearns at (708) 687-1312 for more information.
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“And the Saints Came Marchin’ in…”
Hallow’s Eve took on a new perspective for the Religious Ed students. Our children get so caught up in
the secular meanings surrounding Halloween that the Christian tradition of celebrating the triumph
over death reflective in the Lord’s resurrection gets lost. The Church celebrates a three day ritual of
remembering those who have died beginning with Hallow’s Eve and culminating on November 2 with
the celebration of All Soul’s Day. The lesson shared by the “Guests” was a reminder of the faith tradition
as well as explanation of the whys of certain rituals, such as carving of pumpkins, costumes and trick or
treating. The Catechists dressed as Saints and taught the sessions in order to share their stories and be
a reminder to the children of those holy men and women who are the foundation of our faith. The
upper grades paid tribute to those in their lives by participating in the “Dia de Muerte” ritual. They
brought mementos to decorate our shrine and shared the stories of those close to them who have
passed away. The realization was that though others pass away leave impressions on our lives and in the
retelling of their attributes they continue on.
The St. Damian Youth Choir has over 50
members from 3rd grade- 8th grade from St.
Damian School.
We sing every Wednesday morning at the 9:00
am school Mass. All parishioners and school
parents are welcome.
On Sept. 26th, they sang at the Mayor’s Golf
Outing at George Dunn golf course. Many thanks
to our Mayor, Hank Kuspa, for supporting Saint
Damian School’s Fine Arts program.
The St. Damian Youth Choir will be singing on
Christmas Eve at the 3:00 Mass in the main
church. Come and sing with us as we celebrate
the birth of Jesus!
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St. Damian Merry Mania 2014
Help support St. Damian School with a chance to win money. Merry Mania tickets are on sale now for a $10
donation. Weekly winners! Each week starting October 22nd through November 19th two winners will be pulled.
Weekly winners will win $50 each and be put back into the drawing week to week and for the main drawing. On
December 7, 2014 in Shaw Hall right after 11am Mass will be the main drawing. Winners need not
be present to win. All winners will be posted at www.stdamianschool.org weekly.
$4,000.00 Grand Prize Winner
$3,000.00 Second Place
$2,000.00 Third Place
$1,000.00 Fourth Place
$500.00 each for Fifth and Sixth Place
$100.00 each for 7th-21st Place
$500.00 total in weekly winners
*Pick up your raffle tickets at the S.H.O.P. table today!
Little Lambs Nursery
We are open, up and running, having a good time!
It has been 2 months now, we have had anywhere from 2 to 7 little ones each week.
1, 2, and 3 year olds, boys and girls, playing together, having fun, and making new
friends, while Mom and Dad attend Mass. Even those who cried in the beginning
are now coming with smiles on their faces. We are still able to add a few more, so if
you have been thinking about joining us just stop in and check us out! It has truly
been a joy working with these little lambs giving the parents time for Jesus.
We would also like to thank those who have donated toys, books, and a beautiful
carpet from Style Carpets. We feel that our room is bright and inviting! If you would
like to volunteer please call Barb Huber, 687-7298 or Jennifer Griffin, 890-6896.
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Nov. 9th - Physician Assisted suicide - What
should we know about it?
Teens: Take Time for YOU!
High school teens are sooo busy! Juggling school,
work, sports, extra-curricular activities, and
chores doesn't leave much time for yourself. All
those things are important, but so are YOU.
Whose taking care of YOU? What's really
important to you? You are invited to step away
from the busy-ness of your life and take some
time to feed your spirit. Life Teen is here YOU.
Come share some food with friends. Come learn
how to develop a relationship with the God who
loves you like crazy. Come just the way you are there are no perfect people here- we are ALL
just sinners who keep on trying to do better!
Life Teen meets every Sunday night at 6pm in
Shaw Hall. Come as you are! Bring a friend! Call
Connie at (708)342-8513 for more information or
visit the parish website.
Altar Server Appreciation Mass
Bishop Andrew Wypych invites altar servers of the
parish and their families to join him in this celebration
Saturday, November 15, 2014
10:00 a.m.
St. Catherine of Alexandria
10621 S. Kedvale, Oak Lawn
Altar servers will join in the opening procession. There
will be an opportunity for photographs. Light
refreshments will be served. Please RSVP the Pastoral
Center at 687-1370 if you will be attending.
Nov. 16th - Thanksgiving Dinner Celebration with
other Oak Forest Christian Youth Groups at Oak
Tree Church, 15601 Lamon from 6:15-8pm. We
will meet at St Damian and travel together.
Nov. 23rd - Gathered to be Sent - What do the
Closing rites of the Mass really mean?
Fr Joe will share his recent pilgrimage to
Medjugorie with us. These apparitions of Mary
are still under investigation by the Church;
however, many lives have been transformed there
by the grace of God. Come find out more!
Scripture Study is held every Wednesday evening
from 8-9pm in the Life Teen Room. God speaks to
us every Sunday through the scripture readings.
Wouldn't you like to understand what's being
said? Join us and we'll learn together!
St. Damian Athletics Raffle
1st. Prize 48" LED SMART T.V.
2nd. Prize $ 50.00
3rd. Prize $ 50.00
Tickets are $5 each or 6 for $20 and available at
the Pastoral Center or thru John Goldrick @ 708945-7517. All proceeds go directly to our school's
sports program.
Did you see this sign on Central Avenue last December? The “Christ on Central” project hung over
fifty signs reminding passers by that Christmas is the celebration of Jesus' birth. Please help to
expand this joyful pronouncement of our Savior by donating to the project: time and/or money.
Please speak with Mark Odewald in the Narthex or you can reach him at (708) 687-9466 .
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Faith Sharing the Sunday Scripture Readings Cycle A 2014
Faith Sharing the Sunday Scripture Readings Cycle A 2014
Dates for study: Nov. 17, Dec. 1, Dec. 15
Advent 2014
Monday: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
St. Damian Pastoral Center: Damian Room A/Franciscan Room
Have you ever wanted to spend more time reflecting on the Sunday Readings to get to
know your faith better? Advent is a great time for personal transformation
into the person God wants us to become. O Come, O Come Emmanuel! What a
wonderful opportunity to grow closer to the Lord and your Catholic faith! The format
will be open to a guided faith sharing using the Catechism of the Catholic Church and
the Navarre Biblical Commentary for a stepping off place for our discussions. All are
welcome! To grow in our faith we must share our faith but most importantly we must
live our faith. Any questions please contact Marilyn Westerberg (708) 535-8677.
Devotions
Sacraments
Eucharistic Adoration
First Wednesday of the month from 10:00 AM to
7:00 PM.
Healing Prayer Service
First Wednesday of every month from
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM in church. Includes
Adoration, Benediction and special prayers to
St. Peregrine (Patron Saint of cancer patients).
Rosary
Monday through Saturday at 8:30 AM, Sunday at
7:30 AM
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Fridays at 9:30 AM (after 9:00 AM Mass)
Sacred Heart of Jesus ~ Holy Hour
Thursday from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Reconciliation
Sat: 3:30-4:30 PM Anytime by appointment.
Baptism
Celebrated each Sunday at 1:45 PM. Call the Pastoral
Center to arrange participation in the Baptismal
Preparation Program. Arrangements should be made
three months prior to the birth of your child.
Weddings
Arrangements must be made at least six months
prior to the date of the wedding. Contact one of the
priests prior to setting a date.
Parish Registration
We welcome new parishioners! For your convenience,
a registration packet is available at the Information &
Resource table after every Mass. Or, you can come to
the Pastoral Center to register.
Mass Intentions
Monday, November 10th
7:00
Karen Standard
9:00
Diane Stec, Kathleen Martino
Tuesday, November 11th
9:00
Edward Zalewski, Karen Standard
Wednesday, November 12th
7:00
Joseph, Patrick & Kitty Noonan,
Scripture, Faith & Sharing Group & Families
9:00
Caridad Alcedo, Rev. William Eddy
Thursday, November 13th
9:00
Chuck Kalal, Conchita Quintana
Friday, November 14th
7:00
Gertrude McGrath, Theresa Slawinski
9:00
Jennifer Quatrini, George Raven
Saturday, November 15th
9:00
Kathleen Martino, Guadalupe Contreras
Vigil Mass
5:00
Robert J. Feuerstein, Helen & Rudy Hirtz
Sunday, November 16th
6:45
Kathy Farrell-Living
8:00
Karen Standard, Chuck Kalal
9:30
Souls in Purgatory, Tom Helmuth Jr.
11:00
Parishioners of Saint Damian
12:30
Kathleen Salwierak, Chuck Kalal
5:00
Barbara Franson, Patricia Austin
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Liturgical Roles November 16, 2014
Mass Time Lector
Cantor
Eucharistic Ministers
Altar Servers
5:00 p.m.
D. Cozzolino, C. Busch K. Dakuras,
Celebration Singers
R. Wegrzyn, P. Wechet, K. Curran, C. Forhes, S. Maurer,
M. Fahey, P. Fahey, K. Forst,
R. Odewald
R. Haraf, S. Haraf
6:45 a.m.
K. Mager,
A. Bellumomini
T. Berardi
M. Neilly, L. Schubert,
J. Steinbeigle, J. Taverne,
L. Taverne, P. Weitz
B. Bowes, C. Devine,
C. McErlean
8:00 a.m.
A. Stiegler, L. Howard
E. Stone
R. Moran, B. Rose, C. Seiner,
J. Siuda, K. Swiatkowski,
L. Wojtowicz
M. Castillo, S. Estrada,
C. Mejia
9:30 a.m.
C. Rankovich,
T. Helmuth
E. Stone,
Voices of Prayer
M. Breslin, D. Dilger,
M/M Elenteny, C. Hamernick,
D. Hartigan, T. Helmuth
K. Cabrera, B. Lake,
A. Menendez
11:00 a.m.
D. Lipinski,
M. Hennessy
A. Mehalek
J. Wojcik, I. Bond, V. Brushaber,
M/M Burnson, P. Duggan,
A. Fortuna, B. Fox
L. Baldwin, M. Kiley,
M. Kiley
12:30 p.m. A. Montefolka,
M. Panek
A. Osacky
M. Panek, B. Shaw, D. Smith,
M. Thompson
A. Barker, H. Davis,
P. McEvoy
5:00 p.m.
J. Perovich
C. Busch, M/M DeGroot,
R. Gardner, M. Hults, D. Kirby
J. Impoy, B. Kirby,
R. O’Malley
J. Hedke, E. Paolini
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