At the name of Jesus, every knee should bend of... earth and under the earth. November 16, 2014

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Blase J. Cupich
9 Archbishop of Chicago
At the name of Jesus, every knee should bend of those in Heaven and on
earth and under the earth. Philippians 2:10
Since it was announced that Blase Cupich would be the next
Archbishop of Chicago, an often-posed question has been, “When will
he become a Cardinal?” No one knows when or if such an
announcement will be made. The answer leads us to try to understand
what those titles mean. A Cardinal is a member of the Roman clergy.
As Cardinal George often has explained, he is a Cardinal not because
he is the Archbishop of Chicago; he is a Cardinal because he is the
pastor of San Bartolomeo all’Isola in Rome. There is another priest
who actually leads that parish; yet the true pastor is Cardinal George.
Six of Chicago’s Archbishops have been given the title Cardinal in our
Because of the schedule of installation ceremonies
this week, the 12:10pm Mass on Tuesday, November
18, has been canceled. The Mass intention was
moved to another date. The 5:15pm Masses on both
Monday and Tuesday this week will be celebrated in
the Chapel with access only through the chapel door
at mid-block on Superior between Wabash and State.
For security reasons, you will not be able to get to
the chapel by cutting through the Cathedral. Finally,
for security purposes, the Cathedral will be locked after 12:10pm Mass
Before we go into history any further, understand the terms diocese and
Monday and after 8:00am Mass Tuesday.
A diocese is a geographic area governed by a bishop, a
successor of the apostles. There are 194 dioceses in the United States.
Of those, 32 are termed an archdiocese. An archdiocese is a diocese
I apologize for not letting you know earlier that we cannot use the
under the care of an archbishop and is named because of its size or
courtyard/north door to the Cathedral this Sunday, November 16.
historic importance. When the diocese of Chicago was founded in
Crews will be constructing a tent over the courtyard which will serve
as a reception area following the ceremonies on Monday, Tuesday, and 1844, it consisted of the whole State of Illinois. Since then, five other
Wednesday. Next weekend, we get our courtyard and courtyard door dioceses have been shaved off – Rockford, Joliet, Peoria, Springfield,
and Belleville. Chicago was elevated to the status of an archdiocese in
1880. Today the Archdiocese of Chicago geographically consists of
just Cook and Lake Counties.
The installation Mass will be broadcast live on all the local Chicago
TV stations plus EWTN.
Returning to Chicago’s Archbishops, the first two, Patrick Feehan
(1880-1902) and James Quigley (1903-1915), never were Cardinals.
“You mean you can be an archbishop and never be named a Cardinal?”
Not only is the answer “yes”; but also true is that, as of this Tuesday,
As in the past, there will be an inter-faith pre-Thanksgiving Prayer
Service, this year on Tuesday, November 25, at 7:30pm at the Chicago just 4 of the 32 American archbishops not yet retired and still running
Sinai Temple, 11 W. Delaware, with a welcome by the Temple’s new an archdiocese are Cardinals – Timothy Dolan of New York City; Sean
O’Malley of Boston; Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, and
rabbi, Seth Limmer. Fourth Presbyterian and Holy Name Cathedral
Donald Wuerl of Washington, D.C. “How about Cardinal Rigali of
will join Sinai. The Fourth Church’s new pastor, Shannon Kerschner
is scheduled to preach; I am looking forward to hearing her during the Philadelphia, Cardinal Mahoney of Los Angeles, Cardinal Maida of
Detroit, Cardinal Egan of New York?” All of them and more are
40 minutes of thankful prayer uniting the faiths of our Gold Coast
neighborhood. The Cathedral’s music ministry will handle the music. retired. The largest archdiocese in the United States, Los Angeles, is
governed by Archbishop Jose Gomez, not a Cardinal (yet).
Please join us at Sinai on Tuesday of Thanksgiving week.
This weekend we pass a second basket for donations to the “Parish
Assistance Fund.” That fund allows Holy Name to help registered
parishioners, regular Cathedral worshippers who find themselves
caught short. A committee of the Finance Council directed by me
decides each appeal to the fund on a case by case basis. We have
provided a temporary supply of food for a family, a turkey or two at
Thanksgiving, money for an emergency medical prescription, payment
on overdue rent, bed clothes, and even a bed for a parishioner without
one. The fund is not meant to solve all problems. We do not pay
tuition; we do not buy textbooks; we do not pay for fraternity
memberships. Never do we give cash directly to the one who requests.
The standards insist that the fund is for a genuine parishioner in need
of fundamental necessities. To those who built up that fund in this
weekend’s second collection, thank you for a basic work of charity.
Next weekend we will pass a second basket for a national cause, the
Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). This effort
organized by the National Conference of Catholic Bishops works to
defend human dignity and take poverty off the map. Local programs
supported by CCHD have changed neighborhoods across America.
The goal is to assist already existing, local social service programs that
train the poor to help themselves. CCHD aims to give a helping hand
to 46-million Americans. Whatever Chicago Catholics contribute next
weekend (all Chicago parishes participate annually), the bishops
promise that 25% will remain in Chicago, assisting local programs
already operating. For more information, go to .
It is interesting to study each of the six Cardinals of Chicago and how
long after taking possession of the cathedra it was before each was
called to the college of Cardinals. George Mundelein was installed in
February, 1916; he became the first Cardinal west of the Allegheny
Mountains 8 years later. His successor, Samuel Stritch, was
Archbishop 6 years before becoming a Cardinal in 1946. Albert Meyer
was archbishop just over a year before joining the ranks of Cardinals in
1959. John Cody was installed in August, 1965; he received his red
hat in May, 1967. The quickest naming of a Chicago archbishop to the
rank of Cardinal was Joseph Bernardin who was appointed on February
2, 1983, just 161 days after his installation. Cardinal George also
became a Cardinal in less than a year after becoming archbishop of
We should pray for those who led Chicago’s Catholics in the past.
Above all, we should pray for Archbishop Cupich.
Beware of Mickey Mouse! Next Saturday, November 22, the annual
pre-Christmas Michigan Avenue parade culminating in the lighting of
the Magnificent Mile’s trees with a wave of Mickey’s wand will take
place from 5:30-7:00pm. An attempt to get to or from Holy Name
from Streeterville (east of Michigan Avenue) will be impossible except
for the pedestrian underpasses at Oak Street Beach and at Grand
Avenue. My advice? Go to Mass on Sunday!
- Msgr. Dan Mayall
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November 16, 2014: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Bulletin Information
Bulletin copy MUST be submitted to Dawn Swanson at
[email protected], via the approval of the staff
liaison, NO LATER THAN 10:00AM EACH MONDAY, unless
otherwise specified.
- - EARLY BULLETIN DEADLINE - Bulletin copy for the November 30, 2014 bulletin, MUST be
submitted no later than 10:00AM - Tuesday, November 18, 2014
due to the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Material received past the deadline will not be published until the
following weekend - NO EXCEPTIONS.
House of Good Shepherd
For the past several years, each July our parish has collected
household items, gift cards and cash donations for the House
of Good Shepherd. This ministry reaches out to families
experiencing domestic violence. The Sisters of the Good
Shepherd offer housing, healing and support to these
families as well as a new beginning to live without the
This Sunday, Nov. 16 , at 2:00 in the Club
Room of the parish center our Black Catholic
parishioners welcome Sr. Lakshmie
Napagoda, Executive Director of the House
of Good Shepherd, to share with us details of
this outreach and ways we can support their
good work.
Sr. Lakshmie is originally from Sri Lanka,
joined our Catholic faith in 1984, and entered
the congregation in 1986, with final vows in 1995. She
brings over 20 years of experience to this ministry.
Eucharistic Adoration Adorers are
needed. Eucharistic Adoration is
offered in the Chapel at Holy Name
Cathedral on the First and Third
Fridays of every month. Adoration
begins after the 8:00 A.M. Mass and
ends with Benediction after the 5:15PM
Mass. During the time of adoration, the
Chaplet of Divine Mercy and the
Rosary will be prayed at 3:00PM for
the increased respect and protection of
human life.
Our next meetings for new adorers will be held in Room
204 of the Cathedral Rectory on the following dates:
Thursday, December 4th at 6:00 P.M.
Joseph R. Brehm will be our guest speaker, speaking on the
topic of “Eucharistic Adoration & Evangelization.”
Thursday, February 5th at 6:00 P.M.
Deacon Michael McCloskey of Holy Name Cathedral will
be our guest speaker, speaking on the topic of “Eucharistic
Adoration & Grace.”
Thursday, March 5th at 6:00 P.M.
Father James R. Kubicki, Director of the Apostleship of
Prayer, will be our guest speaker, speaking on the topic of
“Adoration For Reparation.”
If you would like to become an adorer, then please register
on-line at For more
information, please contact Cecile via phone at
(312) 810-0187 or via e-mail at [email protected]
Everyone is welcome!
Dorothy W. Holland
John Hammond
Eddie Carroll
Ruth Aurs
Donald & Myrtle
7:00 Andrew Hitzelberger
Natividad Valdez
Claire Ann
Ara Cook
Michael Casey
Frank Mardjetko
Alfred San Martin
Special Intention
Edward White
Alfred San Martin
Pastoriza Andino
Clemente Navar
Ara Cook
Ara Cook
Lisa Callahan
Special Intention
Margaret C. Aliano
His Excellency
Barbara “Ara” Cook
Maria Laskowski
Vincent Geraci
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November 16, 2014: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Each year our parish provides a Christmas gift card
for our guests who attend Thursday and Friday
Suppers. Since there are so many requests as the
holidays approach, we ask for your help early.
This year, the weather has changed abruptly from
summer to winter. Many people who spend a great
deal of time outside do not have warm gloves - or a
way to buy them.
Holy Name will be collecting 300 pairs of warm
winter gloves - mostly for men - to be given out at the
Thursday and Friday Suppers near the feast of St.
Nicholas in early December.
Please bring gloves to the rectory at 730 N. Wabash
by Sunday. November 30th.
Food prepared by our neighbor, Sunny Side Up
This is the time of year when we look at
our lives, and realize how grateful we are to God for
his many blessings. We have a way for you to express
your gratitude by an act of generosity on your part.
Please consider buying a $10 gift card from
Walgreens (accessible to all our guests) and dropping
it off at the rectory or in the collection. If easier for
you, put a check or cash in an envelope marked
(Christmas Gift Card) and we will purchase it for you.
We need 250 cards.
Thank You!
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November 16, 2014: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Cathedral Filipino Network
C.F.N. is busy planning two upcoming annual events:
our Simbang Gabi Mass on Monday, December 15th
at 7:00pm and our Santo Nino Mass on Saturday,
January 10th at 11:00am.
Listed below is the scheduled liturgical music for the week end of
November 15 and 16, 2014 - 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time.
Our Monthly meeting for December has been
changed to Sunday, December 7th at 2:00pm in the
Join us to finalize our plans for this special event.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Mass – 11/16/14
WORSHIP 341 Missa de Angelis
ed. Vatican VIII
All other Masses
Congregational Mass
John Lee
The Glory to God setting by John Lee can be located in the pew cards
Responsorial Psalm 128
During the Presentation of the Gifts
Choral Anthem – Saturday 5:15 p.m. Mass – 11/15/14
Glory to God
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
Choral Anthem – Sunday 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. Masses – 11/16/14
Eternal Light
Leo Sowerby
Eternal Light, shine into our hearts, Eternal Goodness, deliver us from evil, Eternal Power, be
our support, Eternal Wisdom, scatter the darkness of our ignorance, Eternal Pity, have mercy
upon us, through Jesus Christ, through Jesus Chris our Lord. Amen.
Mass setting
Land of Rest
Richard Proulx
Lamb of God Saturday 5:15 p.m. Mass – 11/15/14
Missa Tertie, Op. 7a
Michael Haller
Simbang Gabi 2014
God, Whose Giving Knows No ending
Glory to God - Saturday 5:15 p.m. Mass – 11/15/14
Missa Tertie, Op. 7a
Michael Haller
Communion Antiphon
Domine, quinque talenta tradisti mihi, ecce aliaquinque superlucratus sum. Euge serve fidelis,
quia in pauca fuisti fidelis, supra multa te constituam, intra in gaudium Domini tui.
TRANSLATION: “Lord, you delivered five talents unto me; behold, I have gained five more.” –
“Well done, good and faithful servant; because you have been faithful over a little, I will set you
over much; enter into the joy of your Lord.”
Choral Anthem – Saturday 5:15 p.m. Mass – 11/15/14
O God, You Search Me
Bernadette Farell/arr. Ch. Walker
The Cathedral Filipino Network invites you to our
annual Simbang Gabi celebration on Monday,
December 15 at 7pm in the Cathedral.
Simbang Gabi literally means “Mass in the Dark”,
traditionally taking place at dawn before the cock
crows. There are two symbols associated with
Simbang Gabi. The Belen is the nativity set
introduced by St. Francis Assisi in 1223. The Belen is
found in churches and affluent homes; however the
Parol is everywhere.
The Parol is a lantern, representing the Star of
Bethlehem. It is set in the windows to serve as a
guiding light, and a sign for Mary, Joseph and Jesus
that they are welcome in this home.
Our pastor will be our presider and homilist.
Our Cathedral Filipino Singers will lead us in song.
Also, a reception will follow in the cafeteria.
O God, you search me and you know me. All my thoughts lie open to your gaze. When I walk
or lie down you are before me: Ever the maker and keeper of my days. You know my resting
and my rising. You discern my purpose from afar, and with love everlasting you besiege me: In
every moment of life or death, you are. Before a word is on my tongue, O Lord, you have
known its meaning through and through. You are with me beyond my understanding: God of
my present, my past and future, too. Although your spirit is upon me, still I search for shelter
from your light. There is nowhere on earth I can escape you: even the darkness is radiant in
your sight. For you created me and shaped me, gave me life within my mother’s womb. For
the wonder of who I am, I praise you: safe in your hands all creation is made new.
Choral Anthem – Sunday 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. Masses – 11/16/14
Strengthen for Service
Richard Proulx
Strengthen for service, O Lord, hands that holy things have taken; and let ears that heard your
most holy word to lesser things never awaken. Lord, may tongues which “Holy “ sang be free
from all deceiving, may eyes which saw your love be bright, heav’nly hope perceiving; and
may feet that walked along hallowed courts from your true light never be banished. May
bodies by your Body fed be with your new life replenished. Amen.
Processional Hymn
I am the Bread of Life
The Church of Christ in Every Age
CATHEDRAL CHORAL ENSEMBLES: Saturday, November 08, 2014, Women’s
Schola Thomas Lipsmeyer, Director, David C. Jonies, Supervisor; Cathedral
Singers, Schola Cantorum Cathedralis - Sunday, 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Leo Sowerby (May 1, 1895–July 7, 1968), American composer and church
musician, was the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for music in 1946, and was often
called the “Dean of American church music” in the early to mid 20th century. In
1927 he became organist-choirmaster at St James’s Episcopal Church, Chicago,
which was consecrated as a cathedral while he was there (1955). Previously,
Sowerby was associate organist at Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago (1919).
(from Wikipedia).
November 16, 2014: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
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November 16, 2014: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
“Can you spare some change
so I can get something to eat?”
We want to help but we are:
 Uneasy when approached by someone in need,
 Worried about pulling out a wallet or opening a purse
 Concerned that our money might be used for drugs or alcohol
Those who ask for money on the street have many needs: a job, a
place to live, counseling, - and a way out of a bad situation.
Professionals are the best people to help with all these needs.
What we can do is help make sure no one goes hungry. We can at
least buy this person a cup of coffee or a sandwich.
Chicago Shares vouchers are a convenient, safe and constructive
means to provide meals and other necessities for hungry people.
Here’s how they work:
Purchase $5 books of $1 Chicago Shares vouchers,
Give vouchers to needy people who ask for money on the
Recipients redeem vouchers for food and other basic
necessities at participating merchants, and
Chicago Shares reimburses merchants for all vouchers
Chicago Shares vouchers will be on sale at Holy Name Cathedral
this Sunday, November 16, 2014 in the Cathedral Vestibule,
inside the State Street entrance from 9AM until 12:15PM.
Looking for a Job or a Career Change?
Holy Name Cathedral's Career Fulfillment Community will
hold its regular second Thursday of the month meeting on
December 11 beginning at 6:30pm in our Parish
Center. Our presenters always provide very useful advice
for job seekers and career changers, and our meetings are
enjoyable, interactive and informative. Refer to upcoming
bulletins for additional details regarding our December 11
The Career Fulfillment Community is intended as a forum,
not only for those seeking employment, but as a sustaining,
faith-based network where anyone seeking to mentor,
coach or share their job/career/vocational knowledge can
help those seeking assistance.
Please join us, we always welcome new members. Bring a
friend or two. Questions? Just e-mail Barton DeLacy
at [email protected]
Do you shop at Jewel?
Are you saving the green stamps for Cuisinart
cookware? If you are not, we are!!!
Last year the Jewel promotion featured stamps for
dishware. Your collective response to that appeal was
16 sets (4 table settings of four). They were all shared,
some to parishioners and others to House of Good
Shepherd who help families with domestic violence
start a new household. As one parishioner said, “I have
never had a matching set of four for 4 people in my
entire life!”
So if you have any extra not-to-be-used green stamps
throughout these next few months, please consider
dropping them off in the collection or at the rectory to
the attention of Fr. John Boivin.
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November 16, 2014: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
The Collection for the
Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Next week’s Collection for the Catholic Campaign for
Human Development (CCHD) needs your help.
CCHD was founded to end the cycle of poverty in the
United States by funding organizations that help
people help themselves. With the tradition of
improving education, housing situations, and
economic development, CCHD continues to make a
positive impact on communities nationwide. Your
contribution will defend human dignity and help those
living on the margins of our society. Please give to the
CCHD Collection.
Dining Out
The following restaurants have donated meals to the
Thursday and Friday Suppers served each week by Holy
Name Cathedral parish to the local hungry. As you may be
dining out during the upcoming holidays, please consider
supporting them for their generous support of our ministry.
Be sure to mention that you are from Holy Name Cathedral
and appreciate their donations.
733 S. Dearborn
The Chicago Chop House
60 W. Ontario
Italian Village
71 W. Monroe
Frankie’s Scaloppine
900 N. Michigan, 5th Fl.
P.F. Chang’s China
China Bistro
530 N. Wabash
Flaco’s Tacos
46 E. Chicago Ave.
1540 N. Clark St.
More Cupcakes
1 E. Delaware Place
Joe’s Seafood & Steak
60 E. Grand Ave.
Get in the Spirit and Sing!
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with a
Holiday Carol Sing-Along
Holy Name Cathedral parishioners are
invited to join in a Christmas carol
sing-along on Saturday, November 22, at
2PM, outside of the Loyola University
Museum of Art (LUMA), directly across the
street from the historic Water Tower, at 820
N. Michigan.
The sing-along, a cooperative celebration
between Loyola students and residents of
The Clare retirement community, is part of
the Magnificent Mile Association Festival
of Lights events that kicks off the holiday
After singing, all are invited to visit
LUMA’s global crèche exhibit, Art and
Faith of the Crèche: The Collection of
James and Emilia Govan.
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November 16, 2014: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Act II - for everyone 40 and over
ACT II is committed to the needs and interests of Holy Name
parishioners age 40 and over. Our goal is to encourage
participation and a sense of belonging within the Holy Name
community by providing opportunities for SOCIAL gathering,
CULTURAL and EDUCATIONAL pursuits, SPIRITUAL development
and community SERVICE.
WHERE: THE CLARE, 55 E PEARSON, 19th floor
FILM: "CHAMPION" (1949). Starring Kirk Douglas.
SVC members $10; nonmembers $15…lecture, film, pizza,
pop, and discussion afterwards. Last minute “drop-ins” can
be accommodated.
The Last Sunday Breakfast Group meeting next week:
WHERE: Meet inside back of church behind the pews.
If you plan to attend please email BETH AWERKAMP at
[email protected]
Look for additional details in bulletin in coming weeks.
WHERE: 1000 N. LAKESHORE #1809, entrance off Bellevue.
Interested in joining the group? RSVP or info, contact SONIA:
224-659-0246 or [email protected]
We may be pushing the season a tad but the tree is “up” and
booking when the venue is less crowded means we can linger
over our food and beverages and sketch pads. This genial
outing has become a tradition. If you wish to join us this year
16TH: 847-687-4260 or [email protected]
In addition to “one-time” activities, ACT II SPONSORS 15
information including coordinators.
There is no membership fee to join and no restrictions other
than being 40 or older and wanting to participate. Simply
send your name and e-mail address to
[email protected] and you will receive our weekly
preview e-mail which usually contains more information than
can be included in this column.
The Holy Name Young Adult Group enlightens, enlivens,
and enriches the lives of Catholics in their 20s and 30s
through spiritual programs, social events, and service
Saturday, November 23rd @ 9:30 a.m.
Want to help Catholic school students get into
the best high schools in the city? Contact the
young adults group to find out how you can
help! No experience is necessary. Tutoring
will take place Saturdays from 9:30-12:00
p.m. Sessions will be held in November (23),
December (6, 13, 20), and on January 3, 2015.
Please contact [email protected] for more
information and to sign up!
Thursday, November 20th from 6-8 p.m.
This month’s book is Abandonment to Divine
Providence by Jean-Pierre de Caussade.
Described by some as a worthy companion to
the Gospels themselves, Abandonment to
Divine Providence aims to guide readers’ hearts
to wholeheartedly accept God’s will. Created by
combining a collection of de Caussade's letters
and speeches, this piece of inspirational and
classic Christian literature combines the
mystical and the practical to continually offer
truths related to spiritual peace, happiness, and
serenity. For many readers it is the guidepost to spiritual direction
they've always sought.
Thursday, November 20th from 6-8 p.m.
You are invited to join us in the first Salsa
Dancing event sponsored by HNC Young
Adults. Our instructor will be Robert Snyder
(and yes, he's a good dancer!). The event is
FREE and we plan to provide some
wine/drinks/snacks, though we encourage you to
bring something to share as well. It will take
place in the cafeteria starting at 6-6:45pm (for
socializing), with lessons starting around
6:45p.m. Depending on the turn out for this pilot program, we
plan to continue it in the future. So, if you like to dance, or want
to learn how, come join us and feel free to invite your friends!
DON’T MISS OUT: Join the Young Adult Facebook group and
sign up for our weekly newsle er on the Cathedral website
to learn about all of the events, ac vi es, and volunteer
opportuni es we sponsor each month.
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Wedding Banns
II. Erick Sebastian & Julia Meyer
I. Nicholas Parisi & Janelle Abbate
Our Sympathy
For the families of all those who have died, especially:
Edward Cuzelis
Joyce Merges
Thursday and Friday Suppers
A free, warm meal.
Every Thursday and Every Friday
evening at 4:45 pm.
Catholic Charities, LaSalle and Superior.
For whom?
130 local hungry dine-in guests, plus 80
Bag lunches to go = 210 people fed each night
By whom?
Volunteers like you.
Sponsored by?
Our parish Human Concerns Commission
Funded by?
Donors like you.
Free for the guests; almost $1,000 for the parish.
Cash donations in all amounts welcomed.
Checks addressed to Holy Name Cathedral; Envelopes addressed to
Thursday-Friday Suppers (730 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago, 60611)
730 N. Wabash
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 787-8040
Fax: (312) 787-9113
Mon~Fri 8:30-8:30
Sat & Sun 8:30-7:00
Frances Xavier Warde
751 N. State Street
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 466-0700
Mary Reiling, Head of School
Saturday Evening Vigil Masses: 5:15 pm, 7:30 pm
7:00, 8:15, 9:30, 11:00 am; 12:30, 5:15 pm
Weekdays: 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 am 12:10, 5:15 pm
8:00 am, 12:10 pm
The Rosary: prayed each Monday (including the Divine Mercy
Chaplet), Tuesday (for an end to abortion), and Wednesday (for
priests and vocations) after the 5:15pm Mass
Prayer Request Lines: 312-573-4493
“Daytime Prayer,” from The Liturgy of the Hours~11:50 am,
Monday~Friday. In the Cathedral
“Vespers,” from The Liturgy of the Hours~5:00 pm,
Monday~Friday. In the Cathedral
Baptism: Infant baptisms are generally celebrated twice monthly
on designated Sundays at 2:00 pm. Parents are asked to
participate in a one time pre-baptismal preparation class. Check
the website ( for dates and to preregister for the class and baptism.
*Classes are limited to a total of 20 people, so reserve early.
Baptism of children over age 6 is conducted through our Religious
Education Program. Contact Thomas L. Aspell at (312)573-4478
to enroll your child. Adult baptism takes place through the RCIA
process. Contact Kelly Heus at (312)573-4434 to learn more
about RCIA.
Marriage: Congratulations on your engagement! Due to the size of
our parish, weddings are celebrated for registered parishioners
only. A minimum of six months advanced planning and
preparation is required. Please consult our website
( for more info.
Saturdays: 3:00 - 5:00pm, 6:15 - 7:15pm
All Confessions are held in the Reconciliation room on the Lower
Level of the Cathedral.
Eucharistic Adoration: 1st & 3rd Fridays, Adoration after the 8am
Mass. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy and the Rosary will be
prayed at 3:00pm on behalf increased respect for human life.
Benediction after the 5:15pm Mass in the Chapel. Tuesdays and
Thursdays 8am-5pm at the Vincent DePaul Center 721 N. LaSalle
Display Area
The tables at the doors of the cathedral have been designated
for displaying parish information only. There is no space for other
brochures, flyers, newspapers, prayer cards and devotional
materials. Non-parish materials are removed daily. Your
cooperation is appreciated.
Electronic Giving Available
Support Holy Name with your Credit Card or Bank
Deposit. Call 312-573-4425 for info.
Oblate Sisters of
Jesus the Priest
730 N. Wabash
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 787-8040
Sr. Guadalupe Lopez
Casa JesúsBishop Abramowicz
750 N. Wabash, Chgo. 60611
Rev. Octavio Muñoz Capetillo
(312) 640-1065
Rev. Jacek Wrona
(312) 915-0598
Archbishop of Chicago: Francis Cardinal George, OMI
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Dan Mayall
Associate Pastors
Rev. John Boivin
Rev. Don Cambe
Rev. Bradley Zamora
Mass Supply Help
Rev. Msgr. Michael Boland
Michael McCloskey
Stan Strom
Adam Droll
Pastoral Ministry Staff
Kelly Heus
Carol Miller
Michelle Peltier
Thomas L. Aspell
Administrative Staff
Stan Strom
Dawn Swanson
Morgan Henington
Maureen McInerney
Resident Priests
Rev. Louis Cameli
Rev. Ramil Fajardo
Rev. Bill Moriarity
Rev. William Woestman, OMI
Resident Emeritus
Rev. Eugene Durkin
Pastoral Associate
Pastoral Associate
Pastoral Assistant
Director of Religious Education
Chief of Staff
Msgr’s Administrative Assistant
Chief Development Officer
Director of Stewardship & Development
Godelieve Andino
Janet Scheckel
Andrew Skura
Ryan Pietrzak
Daytime Receptionist
Daytime Receptionist
Music Department
H. Ricardo Ramirez, D.M.A.
David C. Jonies
John Lee
Director of Music
Associate Director of Music
Administrative Assistant
New Parishioners: Welcome to the parish!
Please register in person at the parish office or online.
An elevator is located on the south west
side of the Cathedral. Please ask an
usher for directions and/or assistance.
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