May 10 - St. Pius X Catholic Community

St. Pius X Catholic Community
1025 E. Madison Street  Lombard, IL 60148  630-627-4526  www.stpiuslombard.org
WELCOME TO
ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC COMMUNITY
1025 E. MADISON STREET ■ LOMBARD, IL 60148
[email protected]
www.stpiuslombard.org
DIOCESE OF JOLIET
SERVED BY THE CONGREGATION OF THE RESURRECTION
MISSION STATEMENT
We the people of St. Pius X Church, a faith community in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Joliet,
Illinois, accept the challenge to restore all things in Christ through the use of our gifts and ministry. Guided by
the Father, nourished by the Eucharist, and inspired by the Holy Spirit we embrace all through our
commitment to worship, education, service, and stewardship.
LEMA DE NUESTRA MISIÓN
Nosotros las personas de la Iglesia de San Pío X, una comunidad de fe Católica de la Diócesis de Joliet,
Illinois, aceptamos los desafíos de restaurar todas las cosas en Cristo, por medio de nuestros talentos y
ministerios. Guiados por el Padre, nutridos por la Eucaristía, e inspirados por el Espíritu Santo; unidos y
comprometidos todos nosotros por medio de nuestros dones, educación y servicio.
Business Manager: John Matyasik
Administrative Assistant: Donna Cooper
Parish Secretary: Pam Matyasik
Maintenance Director: Sallie McGinn
Pastoral Council, Chair: Betty Kramer
Finance Council, Chair: Frank Enda
Stewardship Council, Chair: Leanne Newman
Pastor:
Father George Zieba, CR
Deacons:
John Chan, Ron Knecht,
Larry Lissak, Tom Rachubinski
Hispanic Ministry Pastoral Assistant:
Fr. Fernando Cuevas, CS
Pastoral Care: Sr. Pauline Schutz, OSF
Parish Office: 630-627-4526
Fax: 630-495-5926
[email protected]
Faith Formation: 630-627-1551
[email protected]
School: 630-627-2353
Fax: 630-627-1810
[email protected]
Convent: 630-627-5810
School Principal: Daniel Flaherty
Assistant Principal: Toni Miller
Faith Formation - Director: Colleen Lowery
Youth Ministry - Director: Mark Restaino
Music Ministry - Director: Kirsten Currie
Hispanic Ministry - Coordinator / Secretary:
Laura Mora
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IMPORTANT TO KNOW
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday through Thursday
9:00 AM—12:30 PM;
1:00 PM—4:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM—3:00 PM
MASSES
Saturday: 5:00 PM Anticipation of Sunday
Misa en Español: Sábado 7 PM
Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, and 11:30 AM
Mass interpreted in sign language:5 PM Sat.
Holy Days: see previous Sunday Bulletin
Weekdays:
8:30 AM Monday through
Friday
Saturday: 8:30 AM First Saturday of each
month
NEW PARISHIONERS
Welcome! You are invited to
come to or call the Parish Office to
register. Forms are also available
on the website.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday: 3:30 to 4:30 PM or by appointment.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on the first
Sunday at the 11:30 AM Mass. No Baptisms are
celebrated during Lent. Parent preparation is required.
The parent meeting for Baptism is generally on the first
Monday of the month at 7:00 PM. Please call the Parish
Office for more information
(630-627-4526).
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
Please call the Parish Office at least 6 months before
your desired wedding date, to check availability.
FUNERALS
Arrangements should be made at the Parish Office
before publication in the newspaper.
SICK CALLS
Homebound because of sickness or age, please call the
Parish Office (630-627-4526) to arrange a visit with a
Minister of Care or a priest.
SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Please call the Parish Office for arrangements.
Because of HIPAA Privacy regulations, hospitals can no
longer contact the parish. If you are hospitalized and
would like a priest or minister from St. Pius X to visit or
have your name added to the Prayers of the Faithful,
your family should notify the Parish Office.
INFORMATION ABOUT
OUR CATHOLIC FAITH
For questions and instruction in the faith or to become a
part of the RCIA process (Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults), call the Parish Office.
MINISTRIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
If you are interested in one of our many ministries or wish
to volunteer time or talent, please contact the Parish
Office or see our website for more details.
PRAYER INTENTIONS
If you have a prayer intention that you would like the
parish to pray for, write it in the Book of Prayer in
Church.
BULLETIN ARTICLES
Due ten days prior to bulletin date. Attach Word file and
email to [email protected] Please put a
contact name and phone number on each article indicating
the date(s) you would like the article to run. Every effort
will be made to see that your request is granted.
As a general rule, we encourage using “bulletin space”
instead of a separate insert whenever possible—–this
saves the cost of printing. The following guidelines
should be observed if an insert is necessary: A proposed
insert must be submitted for approval prior to bulletin
insertion weekend. Approved inserts must be delivered
by Thursday to the Parish Office.
Vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life:
www.vocations.com or call 815-834-4004.
Support Serra Vocations at the monthly Vocation Mass
and dinner at St. Petronille Parish in Glen Ellyn.
Please call 630-932-8098 for information.
Reporting Sexual Abuse: Anyone who has reasonable
cause to suspect the sexual abuse of a minor by a member
of the clergy or other Church personnel is urged to report
the matter immediately. To inform the Diocese of Joliet,
call Mrs. Judith Speckman (Victim Assistance
Coordinator) at 815-263-6467 or write the Diocese of
Joliet, 425 Summit Street, Joliet 60435. Contact DCFS at
1-800-252-2873 or call the local County States Attorney.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL ASSISTANCE
Mon. & Fri. 9:30 am—Noon, Wed. 12:30-2:30 pm
Information: 630-300-4353
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LITURGICAL NEWS
Liturgical Calendar
Ministry Schedules are now available by clicking onto the
“Ministry Scheduler Pro” button on the home page of our
website: stpiuslombard.org.
Monday
May 11-Easter Weekday
Acts 16:11-15; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b; Jn 15:26 -- 16:4a
8:30 am
Olive & Mike Lally by Lally Family
Tuesday
May 12-Saints Nereus and Achilleus
Saint Pancras
Acts 16:22-34; Ps 138:1-3, 7c-8; Jn 16:5-11
8:30 am
Frances Matyasik Davane (anniv.) by family
Wednesday May 13-Our Lady of Fatima
Acts 17:15, 22 -- 18:1; Ps 148:1-2, 11-14; Jn 16:12-15
8:30 am
Sharon Vihnanek by Mary & Bill Dean
(Grade School Mass)
Thursday May 14-Saint Matthias
Acts 1:15-27, 20-26; Ps 113:1-8; Jn 15:9-17
8:30 am
Edith Laskero by Steder Family
Greeter Schedule
Saturday, May 16
5:00 pm Barbara Sturz, Marita Varnes
Sunday, May 17
7:30 am Jean Nelson, George & Kathy Czaplicki
9:30 am Ginny Coletta, Betty Hayes
11:30 am Joe & Rose Martinet
Friday
May 15-Saint Isidore
Acts 18:9-18; Ps 47:2-7; Jn 16:20-23
8:30 am
Dolores Walsh by Peter & Mary Jane Mastro
Sabado
5/16
7:00 pm
Misa en
Español
Saturday May 16-Easter Weekday
Acts 18:23-28; Ps 47:2-3, 8-10; Jn 16:23b-28
1:00 pm
Primera Comunión
3:30-4:30 pm Reconciliation
Vigil—Ascension of the Lord
5:00 pm
John Kuta by family
Heather & Lloyd Schuster by Harold & Pat Streicher
7:00 pm
Misa en español
Acolitos: Jonathan Cruz, Jesus Acuna,
Andrea Osorio
Ministros: Miguel Lagunas, Veronica Ortega,
Ana Gamboa, Teresa Aguirre
Hospitalidad: Juan Gamboa, Guillermo Ruiz
Lectores: Stephanie Mondragon, Nicoli Osorio
Peticiones: Francis Diaz
Sunday
May 17
Acts 1:1-11; Ps 47:2-3, 6-9; Eph 1:17- 23 or Eph 4:1-13;
Mk 16:15-20
7:30 am
Richard Nelson by Sue Krause
St. Pius X Parish Family
9:30 am
Anna Flaherty by Ed Sullivan Family
11:30 am
Larry Brossard by Sue Krause
St. Pius X Prayer Chapel
The Prayer Chapel is open Sunday through
Friday evenings, 7 pm to 11 pm. Please come
and adore Him. Use Door #8 on east side of
church building. Would you like to sign up for
an hour per week in the Prayer Chapel? Please
contact our leaders to pledge your hour.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Estelle Soger
Linda Chan
Michelle LoCoco
John Chan
Ceil D’Acquisto
Carol Gawenda
630-627-8310
630-202-2489
630-620-6283
630-202-2943
630-627-9472
630-833-3211
the following parishioners
and friends who are ill:
Frank Cvach
Karen Krystyan
Cindy Metz
Lynn Carrigan
Rosary/Prayer/Benediction-Wednesday 8 pm Prayer Chapel
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Mark Furjanic
Marita Hooper
Kathy Phillips
Faith Formation
New Evangelization Ministry
Free Resources during the Month of Mary!
REGISTRATION FORMS for the 2015/2016 Faith
Formation program were sent home with the students,
and can be found on the parish website. If you did not
receive a packet, please contact the Religious Education
office. REGISTER NOW and receive an early-bird
tuition discount.
Looking to grow closer to our Blessed Mother? The
New Evangelization
Ministry is lending out a
variety of Marian books,
CDs and DVDs this
month. Stop by our table
after Masses next
weekend to see what we
have to offer.
Also register for our summer program!! Totus Tuus
(totally yours) will be held at St. Pius X the week of
July 12-17 for students entering grades 1-12. This is a
wonderful opportunity to grow in the Catholic faith
through a variety of fun and faith-filled activities.
We are in need of two families to host the Totus Tuus
team. You do not have to have a child in the program in
order to help! This is a wonderful opportunity to interact
with the seminarians and young women who have
dedicated their summer to present this program
throughout the diocese. The team needs two "host
homes," one for the men and one for the women. Housing
of team members takes place from their arrival Saturday
evening, July 11 until their departure the following
Friday afternoon, July 17. Each team will provide their
own transportation to and from the parish. Host families
can take on different shapes and sizes. Families with
children, older adults, etc. are all potential host
families. If you can help, or if you would like more
information, please contact the Religious Education
office at 630-627-1551. All parish children are welcome!!
Chiara Biddle and Grace Wachholz crowned the statue of
Mary Immaculate during the Faith Formation Family Mass
Congratulations to Our First Communicants!
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PARISH NEWS
Our Stewardship of Sharing
Weekly Offering Report
Weekly Offering Contributions—April 2015
First Week Offering (corrected)
8,476
Electronic Giving (4/1-4/7)
7,739
Second Week Offering
9,676
Electronic Giving (4/8-4/14)
6,118
Third Week Offering
8,568
Electronic Giving (4/15-4/21)
4,363
Fourth Week Offering
8,519
Electronic Giving (4/22-4/28)
2,531
Electronic Giving (4/29-4/30)
1,133
Budgeted Income for April*
63,411
Over (under) Budget for April
($6,288)
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Year to Date Sunday Offering Budget
July 1, 2014 through March 31, 2015
Revenue
$575,392
Budget through March 31
589,413
Over (under) Budget for year
(14,021)
Church Projects Collection
July 1, 2013 through May 5, 2015
Air Conditioning Goal $50,000 Donations 34,003
Weekly Offering Contributions—May 2015
Parking Lot/Lights
Donations
7,150
First Week Offering
10,131
Electronic Giving (5/1-5/5)
6,310
Golden Touch Donations 7/1/14-5/5/15
$24,549
Budgeted Income for May*
63,411
Amount needed for May Offering Budget: $46,970
*Budgeted offering income needed to meet monthly budgeted expenses
Easter Donations thru 5/5/2015
$19,585
Budget for Easter
$23,000
Thank you for your continued support of our
Online Giving for Easter – You can still make your
ministries to the people of God.
Easter donation with an offering envelope or online.
...at our Lombard location!
Dine-in • Take-out
Phone-ahead • Catering
The Patio is
Giving Back to
St. Pius X School!
LOMBARD
2780 S. Highland Ave
630-627-2600
We accept Visa, Mastercard, & Discover
We are a no tipping establishment.
For a complete menu, visit out website at
www.patioribs.com
Present this flyer on
Thursday, May 14, 2015
at out Lombard location between
11:00 am — 9:00 pm and
15% of your purchase will
be donated back to
St. Pius X School
Fundraiser*
*Valid at our Lombard location on May 14, 2015 only.
Flyers may not be distributed on the premises.
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Lourdes Prayer Requests
This Week’s Calendar of Events
Tuesday-May 12
V.I.P. Luncheon
11:30 am
Social Center
Service Commission
7:00 pm
Martha Room
Wednesday-May 13
Grade School Mass/May Crowning at 8:30 am Mass
Rosary/Prayer/Benediction
8:00 pm
Prayer Chapel
Thursday-May 14
Market Day Pickup
10:00 am
Social Center
Stewardship
6:00 pm
Parish Office
Saturday-May 16
PPC Discernment
9:00 am
Martha Room
Thank You
A belated Thank You to all
who assisted with planning,
providing food, set up/clean
up and serving our guests at
our 2015 St. Joseph’s Day
Potluck Dinner. Thank You
also to all those who
attended and made donations
to benefit our St. Vincent de
Paul Society. We were
blessed by the overwhelming
generosity of our St. Pius X
Catholic Community as well
as by that of the restaurants
and businesses in Lombard
and Villa Park!
St. Pius X Parishioner, Julia
Newman, will be returning to the
shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes in
France on her annual service trip at
the end of May. If you would like
her to take a petition to the shrine
for you or a loved one, you may
email her at
[email protected]
Please include the words
LOURDES PETITION in the
subject line. Or if you prefer to
send a handwritten petition, you
may leave it at the Parish Office by
Sunday, May 17 in an envelope to the attention of
Leanne Newman.
Council of Catholic Women
St. Pius X CCW thanks everyone who helped with our recent
Spring Craft/Vendor Show: the ladies who helped in the
kitchen, at the bake sale table and those who baked, at the
raffle table and at the door prize table, and Donna Cooper and
Sallie McGinn. A special Thank You to Janet Lissak who
coordinated the volunteers, shopped for necessary supplies,
and also to Carol and Michelle Weiland who continue to
coordinate the crafter/vendors in the show as well as helping
with set-up. Finally, we especially acknowledge Joe Martinet,
Paul Warda, and David Weiland without whose help takedown would not have gone nearly as smoothly!
We look forward to our Christmas Kaleidoscope Show on
Saturday, November 7 – we hope you will come and help and
shop at the event.
VBS/TOTUS TUUS IS COMING!
SAVETHEDATE:July12-17,2015
RegisterNow!!
What is Totus Tuus?
Totus Tuus is a diocesan summer youth program for all parishioners whereby
seminarians and college students proclaim the Gospel through catechetical instruction,
Mass, Confession, games, Fun and more! Totus Tuus means
“Totally Yours.” This was the motto of St. Pope John Paul II.
Entering Grades 1-6
Entering Grades 7-12
Monday – Friday
Sunday - Thursday
9:00 AM to 2:30 PM
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Cost: $40 (1 child) Includes T-shirt
Cost: $10 for T-shirt
$60 (2 children) Includes T-shirts
Family Rate: $75 for 3 or more children grades 1-6. Includes T-shirts
To register or for more information please contact: St. Pius X Faith Formation Office
[email protected]
630-627-1551
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MINISTERIO HISPANO
Misa en Español
Sacerdote
Coordinadora de Ministerio Hispano
Coordinador Educación Religiosa
Sábado 7:00 pm
Fernando Cuevas
Laura Mora
Abraham Rodríguez
Bautizos
1er. Y 3er. Sábado del mes
Matrimonios, Visita a los enfermos, Quinceañeras
e Intenciones de misa
Favor de hablar a la Rectoría para mas información
Horario de Oficina
Miércoles
Jueves
Teléfono
Email
9:00 am—1:00 pm
1:00 pm—4:00 p.m.
630-627-4526 X203
[email protected]
AMARNOS COMO CRISTO NOS AMÓ: ESE ES
EL PRECEPTO
Hoy, a los cristianos esto nos parece normal y evidente, pero en
los primeros tiempos del cristianismo a los judíos no les resultaba
fácil aceptarlo. Como a los cristianos nos ha resultado difícil,
durante mucho tiempo, aceptar que los no bautizados en Cristo
puedan salvarse. Pero debemos aceptar, de palabra y de hecho,
que Dios quiere que todos los hombres se salven, sean de la
nación que sea, con tal que amen a Dios y practiquen la justicia.
La salvación que Cristo vino a traer al mundo es una salvación
ofrecida a todas las personas de buena voluntad, hayan nacido
donde hayan nacido y adoren a Dios con unos ritos o con otros.
Por el simple hecho de ser personas, somos hijos de Dios, y Dios
quiere que todos sus hijos se salven. No pongamos nosotros
trabas a la misericordia infinita de Dios.
3.- Queridos hermanos, amémonos unos a otros, ya que el
amor es de Dios, y todo el que ama ha nacido de Dios y
conoce a Dios. Estas frases del apóstol san Juan están dichas en
el mismo sentido que tenían las frases que dijo el apóstol Pedro.
En lugar de comentarlas, me voy a permitir copiar aquí algunas
frases que acaba de publicar la Conferencia Episcopal Española
en su reciente Instrucción pastoral. Son palabras que resumen
muy bien todo lo que venimos diciendo, y mucho más:
“Hablamos de Dios cuando nuestro compromiso hunde sus raíces
en la entraña de nuestro Dios y es fuente de fraternidad; cuando
nos hace fijarnos los unos en los otros y cargar los unos con los
otros; cuando nos ayuda a descubrir el rostro de Dios en el rostro
de todo ser humano y nos lleva a promover su desarrollo integral;
cuando denuncia la injusticia y es transformador de las personas
y de las estructuras; cuando en una cultura del éxito y de la
rentabilidad apuesta por los débiles, los frágiles, los últimos;
cuando se vive como don y ayuda a superar la lógica del mercado
con la lógica del don y de la gratuidad; cuando se vive en
comunión, cuando contribuye a configurar la Iglesia samaritana y
servidora de los pobres y lleva a compartir bienes y servicios;
cuando se hace vida gratuitamente entregada, alimentada y
celebrada en la eucaristía; cuando nos hace testigos de una
experiencia de amor de la que hemos sido hechos protagonistas, y
abre caminos, con obras y palabras, a la experiencia del
encuentro con Dios en Jesucristo”.
1.- Como el Padre me ha amado, así os he amado yo;
permaneced en mi amor. Pronunciamos la palabra “amor” todos
los días y con múltiples significados. ”Te quiero”, “te amo”, le
dice la madre al hijo, el novio a la novia, el pobre y el rico al
dinero, la persona devota a Dios, etc. Pero, en nuestro caso, es
claro que cuando Cristo nos pide que permanezcamos en su
amor, nos está diciendo que nos amemos unos a otros como él
nos amó primero. Lo importante es, por tanto, que cuando
examinamos la pureza de nuestro amor lo hagamos comparando
nuestro amor con el amor de Cristo. Cristo quiso amarnos a
nosotros como el Padre le amaba a él, es decir, con un amor
hecho de gratuidad, don, espíritu divino; nosotros nunca
podremos amarnos con el mismo amor que había entre el Padre y
el Hijo, pero ese debe ser nuestro ideal. El amor humano siempre
será amor humano, pero debemos intentar que se parezca lo más
posible al amor divino. También en el evangelio se nos dice que
intentemos ser perfectos como nuestro Padre del cielo es
perfecto, sabiendo que ese sólo puede ser el ideal hacia el que
debemos aspirar. El amor humano siempre tiene algo o mucho de
Por Gabriel González del Estal
egoísmo y en la medida en la que vayamos dando muerte en
nosotros al egoísmo malo que está instalado en nuestras entrañas,
iremos acercándonos un poco más al amor divino. Tendremos
que purificar todos los días nuestro amor humano con el fuego
del amor divino, para poder así amar como Cristo nos amó. Este
es el ideal de toda vida cristiana: amarnos unos a otros como
Cristo nos amó; es un ideal muy difícil de conseguir, pero con la
gracia de Dios y nuestro diario esfuerzo podremos ir
acercándonos cada día un poco más a tan bello y maravilloso
ideal.
2.- Es claro que Dios no hace distinciones; acepta al que lo
teme y practica la justicia, sea de la nación que sea. Con esta
frase Pedro quiere dejar muy claro que, si Dios acepta a todo el
que lo teme y lo ama, sea de la nación que sea, él no puede negar
el bautismo a un gentil –no judío- por el simple hecho de no ser
judío, ni estar circuncidado según la práctica de la religión judía.
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DEANERY AND DIOCESAN NEWS
Young Adult Ministry Events
May Events
Bible Study
Tuesday, 5/12, 7 PM @ St. Alexander, Villa Park
Young Adult Meet & Greet
Sunday, 5/17, 9:30 AM Mass
@ St. Pius X, Lombard
Brunch together after Mass
A Spiritual & Cultural Journey to Italy
September 22 to October 1, 2015
Join Fr. Burke Masters on a once-in-a-lifetime ‘Spiritual &
Cultural Journey to Italy!’ September 22 to October 1, 2015.
This special pilgrimage of faith includes visits to: Rome, Assisi,
San Giovanni Rotondo, Loreto, Caramanico Terme, Sulmona,
Pescara and more! Only $2,969 from O’Hare International
Airport. Space is limited; register by May 27, 2015. To
download a free color brochure and registration form, visit
www.GoCatholicTravel.com/Brandolino. For more
information, contact Group Coordinator, Tony Brandolino at
815-221-6190 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Catholic Charities’ Board of Young Professionals
Dinner with the Pope (Potluck)
Thursday, 5/21, 7 PM @ St. Alexander, Villa Park
Bible Study
Tuesday, 5/26, 7 PM @ St. Alexander, Villa Park
Check us out on Facebook to learn more:
The Mustard Seed- Young Adult Ministry
OR send us an email:
[email protected]
Join Catholic Charities’ Board of Young Professionals for their
general meeting! All young adults are welcome to celebrate the
first six months of service and socials and to discuss upcoming
events. New and interested members will have an opportunity
to learn about the group’s mission of service and networking!
Date: May 20 Time: 6 pm – 8 pm Where: Blanchette
Catholic Center, 16555 Weber Rd, Crest Hill
An optional Mass celebration starts at 6 pm, followed by the
drinks, dinner, and the general meeting at 7:00 pm. Please
RSVP to Edith Avila Olea by Friday, May 15 at
[email protected] For more information about Catholic
Charities’ Board of Young Professionals, visit
catholiccharitiesjoliet.org.
Employment Opportunities in the Diocese
Mary Queen of Heaven Parish is seeking candidates for employment as an administrative assistant. The administrative assistant will
be responsible for staffing the front desk, answering phones, maintaining sacramental and parishioner records, and secretarial
assistance for the pastor and business manager. Good communication and interpersonal skills are important, as well as the ability to
work collaboratively. Candidates must have a desire to use their skills to support the mission of the church. Office experience is
required. High school diploma required, some higher education is desirable. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher is
required. Experience with Parish Data Systems software is desirable. Some night and weekend availability may be needed. This
exempt position is part-time and not benefited. Please email resume and cover letter to [email protected] or mail it to
Fr. Jason Stone, 426 N. West Ave., Elmhurst, IL 60126.
Mary Queen of Heaven Parish is seeking candidates for employment as business manager. This position will be responsible for
management and oversight of the finances of the parish, maintenance of Church buildings and grounds, and human resources. Good
communication and interpersonal skills are important, as well as the ability to work collaboratively. Candidates must have a desire to
use their skills to support the mission of the church. A bachelor’s degree in business or a related field is preferred. Experience in the
areas of personnel, finance, and facilities management is required. Experience with fundraising and marketing through social media
is desirable. Some night and weekend availability will be needed. This exempt position is part-time and not benefited. Please email
resume and cover letter to [email protected] or mail it to Fr. Jason Stone, 426 N. West Ave., Elmhurst, IL 60126.
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COMMUNITY NEWS
St. Mary of Gostyn Parish
445 Prairie, Downers Grove
FAMILY NIGHT OF PRAYER
Monday, May 18 — 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
COME HOLY SPIRIT!
The call is NOW. The time is NOW. Whatever your needs
may be…. PRAYER heals, PRAYER works miracles. Our
prayer service will include Exposition, Scriptural Rosary,
Sacred Music, and Benediction.
Prayer petitions will be collected before service begins.
Pilgrimage to the
Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe—May 15
Join St. Joseph Parish for a May Pilgrimage to the Shrine of
Our Lady of Guadalupe in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. The
overnight pilgrimage will begin with a coach bus departing
from St. Joseph Parish parking lot (4801 Main St., Downers
Grove) at 3:00 pm on Friday, May 15 and returning on
Saturday, May 16. The pilgrimage includes participation in
Relevant Radio’s “Marian Day of Reflection” with
Rev. Francis Hoffman (Fr. Rocky) from 8:30 am-3:30 pm on
Saturday. Focusing on the theme “Holy Family and Your
Family: Jesus, Mary and Joseph” the day includes prayer,
procession and the May Crowning of our Blessed Mother. The
morning session will include meditations, Holy Mass and
Rosary. There will be time for confession and reflection.
Following lunch with fellow pilgrims in the crypt ($15), the
day of reflection continues with Exposition of the Blessed
Sacrament, the final meditation, and Chaplet of Divine Mercy.
The SERRA CLUB OF DUPAGE, a national organization
supporting vocations to the priesthood and religious life,
invites you to join them and Father Thomas McCarthy, OSA,
on Monday, May 18, at St Petronille Parish, 420 Glenwood
Avenue, Glen Ellyn. The evening will begin at 6:00 PM with
Rosary and Mass in the Church. Dinner will follow in the
Parish Center.
Guest speaker at the dinner is Father Thomas McCarthy, a
native South Side Chicagoan and a graduate of St Rita High
School. After taking his solemn vows as an Augustinian Friar
and being ordained to the priesthood, Father McCarthy
returned to St Rita, first as a teacher, then as Principal and
President. Now, Father Tom is Vocations Director for both
the Midwest and Eastern Provinces of Augustinian Order.
To find out more about SERRA or to make a reservation for
the dinner, please contact John Matyasik at 630-627-4526 or
[email protected]
Reservations will be made for transportation, lodging, and
food and will include roundtrip via deluxe motor coach
($150.00), overnight stay at the Hampton Inn, LaCrosse
($150.00) and lunch at the Shrine ($15). Dinner will be on
your own, Friday and Saturday. Please make check payable to:
St. Joseph Parish. You can mail or drop off your payment to
St. Joseph Parish, 4824 Highland, Downers Grove, IL 60515.
For more information, please contact Barbara Labotka at
630.272.4335. Space is limited and registration deadline is
May 10. A plenary indulgence can be gained by participating
in this pilgrimage.
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