File - St. Joseph Catholic Church

APRIL 19, 2015
Yohanna Aguilera
Nicholas Alvarez
Sandy Bautista
Kuba Bednarz
Bailey Broniewicz
Adrian Budz
Jakub Budz
Kuba Budz
Maya Bunk
Vianni Bustos
Michal Bylina
Emanuel Calderon
Brianna Camacho
Adrian Cedillo
Nicol Chowaniec
Isaac Davalos
Isabella Davila
Justin Davis
Stefanie DeLa Torre
Ricardo Diaz
Cristian Dominguez
Melissa Dornbos
Jose Escoto
Anthony Estrada
Maggie Gamboa
Ines Garcia
Andres Garza
Mike Martinez
Victoria Goluch
Dawid Mietus
Gabryjela Goryl
Jimmy Mojica
Nora Gregus
Diana Morawski
Gabriela Gunka
Emily McGowan
Malgorzata Gunka
Michael McGowan
Christopher Hervieux
Laura Mondunkwu
Daniel Hodurek
Thomas Mondunkwu
Catherine Huizar
David Padilla
Marta Janas
Claudia Podolak
Samantha Kaleciak
Mariola Prokop
Kuba Karp
Maksymilian Puskarz
Kamil Kawiecki
Stephanie Saenz
Mateusz Kawiecki
Katarzyna Sidor
Mateusz Kawiecki
Damian Sidzinka
Kristina King
Sebastian Stasik
Julia Kolosa
Kacper Turek
Adam Koszut
Jessica Utratny
Michal Kozub
Pedro Vazquez
Piotr Kusper
Stephanie Velzquez
Emma Lambert
Daniel Warciak
Veronika Lubera
Joseph Webb
Emely Martinez
St. Joseph Church
7240 W. 57th St., Summit, Illinois 60501
Fr. Bob’s Briefs
Recently I saw something on an app store that made me stop, look, and chuckle. It was an
app called Monster Alert. I guess it’s an app designed specifically for children and young
people who are scared of monsters, and this app will alert anyone if any monsters are
present. Children are often scared of monsters. However, fear and anxiety is not limited to
monsters or childhood. No, as new grow older, it seems our fears, anxieties, and troubles
grow with us as well. As an
adult, fear of monsters seems
tame and small. We would
gladly trade our adult troubles
and anxieties for childhood
fears of monsters once again. Our life is never
free of fear, anxiety, or troubles.
In today’s gospel, we hear how the Risen
Lord appears to his disciples. This is the last
appearance of the Risen Christ in the Gospel of
Luke. As the Risen Lord stood among them, He
knows they are afraid. “Why are you troubled?
Why do questionings rise in your hearts?” The
Risen Lord could see they were afraid on the
outside, but more importantly, the Risen Lord
was able to know what was going on in the
inside. The Risen Christ could see and know the
fears, anxiety, and troubles that were present in
their hearts.
In this Resurrection appearance, the
Risen Lord was aware of the disciples’ fears and
troubles, and He wished to take these fears,
anxieties, and troubles away. Fear and anxiety
do not come from God. So, in this final
Resurrection appearance in Luke, Jesus wishes to
drive away fear, anxiety, and trouble from their
hearts. Writing on this gospel, St. Bede teaches,
“such thoughts were false and dangerous. Just as
a good farmer should say, ‘what I have planted
there, I shall find,’ so too the faith that descends
into hearts, because it is from God. But those
thoughts [fear, anxiety, trouble] did not descend from above, but ascended from below into the heart, like
worthless plants.”
What are the fears in your life? Fears and troubles aren’t confined just to childhood monsters. What is
giving you anxiety and troubling your heart right now? We all have fears. Whatever our fears, anxiety, and
troubles, they do not come from God above, but from the evil one below. Just as the Risen Lord appeared to
His disciples to take away their fears, anxiety, and troubled hearts, so too, the Risen Jesus comes to us, to take
away our fear, anxiety, and whatever troubles our hearts with His grace, if we ask for His grace and help.
Congratulations to our young people and adults who received the Sacrament of Confirmation from
Bishop Andrew Wypych on Tuesday, April 14, 2015. Sixty eight young people and two adults received the
gift of the Holy Spirit this week! May the Holy Spirit always fill you with His gifts, fruits, and grace! Thank
you to all the catechists and staff who helped to form and prepare our confirmandi. April is Child Abuse
Prevention Month. We pray for those who have been affected by child abuse and pray for the prevention of
child abuse. We pray that God may bless May all children, keep them safe, and help them to grow to
Christian maturity by the power Holy Spirit. May our Blessed Mother Mary, Undoer of Knots, help us with
her maternal care and St. Joseph pray for us.
Vivat Jesus! Live Jesus!
Weekly Collection Report
Monday, March April 20
8:30 a.m.
Souls in Purgatory
Tuesday, April 21
8:30 a.m.
†Deceased Members of St. Joseph Parish
Wednesday, April 22
8:30 a.m.
†Juana Guzman/Birthday/Guzman Family
†Sotero Villalobos/Happy Birthday/Family
Thursday, April 23
8:30 a.m.
Friday, April 24
8:30 a.m.
†Angel Guzman/Guzman Family
Saturday, April 25
8:30 a.m. Current and Retired Military Personnel
5:00 p.m. †John Boncuore/Boncuore Family
†Frank & Mary Janeczko/Chester & Virginia Janeczko
†Frank Kuncic/Wife
†Louise Muszynski/Family
†Charlotte Woznicki/Family
Sunday, April 26
7:30 a.m. †Margaret Powers Kurcz/Family
†Patrick Jude Kurcz/Family
†Joseph P. Kurcz/Family
†Elvira Bartley/The Sandy Shaughnessy Family
9:30 a.m. †Ron Bragassi/Wife & Children
†Violetta Collins/Charles & Darlene Chuckray
†Elmer Keller/Family
†Dorothy Zabran/Patricia & Michael Gluchman
†Apolonia Zagrodnik/Happy Birthday/Daughter
11:00 a.m. †Family: Perez Gutierrez/Alicia
†Socorro Gomez
†Hector Hernandez
†Margarita Herrera Nevarez
†Juana Vargas, Maria Molina & Francisco Vargas/Family
12:30 p.m.
W 11 rocznice smiera Andrzeja Leja
Oraz 7 rocenice smierci Tomasza Lieta
St. Joseph Parishioners
The Weekly Parish Budget
Sunday Collection April 12, 2015
$ 11,337.00
$ 7,454.47
Thank you for your generosity!
Gracias por tu generosidad!
Bog zaplac za ofiary skladane na tace!
Saturday, April 25, 2015
5:00 PM.
Deacon Ben, A. Flores, G. Kujawa, L. Leen
Sunday, April 26, 2015
7:30 AM
Sr. Agatha, B. Koran, R. Kosowski, J. Stanislovatis
9:30 AM
S. Erklin, S. Madonna, G. Zaja, P. Zaja
11:00 AM
Sylvia Alvarez, Olivia DeLaTorre, Ann K., Josefina
Saturday, April 25, 2015
5 :00 PM
Dylan and Justin Davis, Gabby Schaffer
Sunday, April 26, 2015
7:30 AM
Angela Balderas, Heidi Chacon, Michael Meister
9:30 AM
Sayuri Cruz, Sam Dudlo, Amalia Garcia
11:00 AM
David and Nick Alvarez, Reyna Cortez,
Saturday, April 25, 2015
5:00 PM
C. Hughes
Sunday, April 26, 2015
7:30 AM
E. Dominguez
9:30 AM
S. Davis
11:00 AM
Juanita Castro - First Reading
Susana Ochoa - Second Reading
St. Joseph School:
A Community of Faith,
Knowledge and Service.
MAY 10, 2015
Eva is doing all she can to raise her grandchild alone
on a limited income. She called Catholic Charities when
she couldn’t afford to fix her plumbing. We made the
home repair, and invited her to our caregiver support
group. She was one of the 398,078 seniors we helped
last year.
Please give to Catholic Charities on Mother’s Day to
help seniors live in comfort. Learn more
“People have a dignity that is priceless and worth far
more than things.” - Pope Francis
Eva está haciendo todo lo posible por criar sola a su nieto
con sus limitados ingresos. Cuando no pudo pagar un
arreglo de plomería en su casa llamó a Caridades
Católicas. Hicimos la reparación de su casa y le invitamos
a nuestro grupo de apoyo para cuidadores. Ella fue una de
los 398,078 adultos mayores que ayudamos el año pasado.
Este Día de las Madres, por favor done a Caridades
Católicas, para ayudar a que las personas de tercera edad
vivan con comodidad. Obtenga más información en
“Las personas tienen una dignidad, valen más que las cosas
y no tienen precio”. – Papa Francisco
Ewa robi co może, aby samodzielnie wychować wnuka,
mając ograniczone dochody. Zadzwoniła do Katolickiej
Organizacji Charytatywnej, kiedy nie stać jej było na
naprawę kanalizacji. Nasza organizacja wykonała
naprawę i zaprosiła Ewę na spotkania grupy wsparcia.
Jest ona jedną z 398,078 emerytów, których
obsłużyliśmy w ubiegłym roku.
W Dniu Matki złóż ofiarę na rzecz Katolickiej
Organizacji Charytatywnej, pomagając w ten sposób
godnie żyć emerytom.
“Ludzie mają godność, która jest bezcenna i warta o
wiele więcej niż przedmioty.” - Papież Franciszek
Confirmation – There were 70 young people confirmed on
Tuesday evening in what was a very beautiful and prayerful
ceremony. I always find the music beautiful, with the mixture
of choir’s from the different ministries of our Parish coming
together to pray. Thank you to the choir members and your
respected directors.
School Visit - As I mentioned this year, the Archdiocese of
Chicago is seeking accreditation for the school system through
the Advanced Ed Group, (this replaced North Central). We were
one of the forty schools visited this year.
We will not be receiving a written school report about the visit
as there focus is on the Archdiocesan School System and
spending only three hours would be unfair to come to or report
on any conclusions. Verbally they reported that they truly
enjoyed their visit and felt a very welcoming and homey
atmosphere as they observed families bringing their children to
school. Our children were polite and well behaved and the
classroom observations indicated children were engaged in the
learning activities and enjoy learning.
Registration 2015 – 2016 – Our open registration continues. If
you are interested in a Catholic Education for your children,
please contact me at the school office, I would welcome the
opportunity to discuss our school program. Through the
Archdiocese and our School Endowment there are a number of
tuition assistance programs for families, which can make out
tuition affordable. If you have thought about sending your
children to a Catholic School but felt you could not afford it,
please make it a point to stop by the school office or call for an
appointment. I can show you how affordable our tuition can be.
Thank you for your continued prayers and support. Have a great
God Bless.
Lawrence Manetti
You’re A Winner!
52 Pick-Up News
Ignacia Velazquez
Ticket # 2111
Congratulations to this week’s $125 winner of the 52 PickUp Raffle. Tickets for 2015 are available. Come by and
pick one up from the rectory or school office.
Informes del Padre Bob
Recientemente vi algo en una tienda de aplicaciones que me hizo parar, mirar y reír. Era una aplicación
llamada Monster Alert, o Alerta de Monstruos. Supongo que es una aplicación diseñada específicamente para los niños y jóvenes que le tienen temor a los monstruos, y esta aplicación les avisará en
cuanto un monstruo está presente. Los niños suelen tenerle miedo a los monstruos. Mas sin embargo,
el miedo y la ansiedad no es limitada solo a los monstruos de infancia. No, más bien, conforme vamos
creciendo, parece ser que nuestros miedos, ansiedades y problemas crecen junto con nosotros. Como
adultos, el miedo a los monstruos parece manso y pequeño y con gusto cambiaríamos nuestros problemas y ansiedades actuales por los miedos y temores de infancia a los monstruos. Y es que nuestra vida
nunca está libre de temor, de ansiedad o de problemas.
En el evangelio de hoy, escuchamos
cómo el Señor Resucitado se le aparece a sus discípulos. Esta es la última aparición de Cristo resucitado en
el Evangelio de Lucas. Cristo Resucitado en medio de
sus discípulos sabía que tenían miedo. "¿Por qué teneis
miedo? ¿Por qué existen dudas en vuestros corazones?
" Cristo Resucitado podía ver que el temor existía en
sus exteriores, pero más importante, Cristo sabía lo que
habitaba en sus interiores. Cristo Resucitado podía ver
y conocía los miedos, las ansiedades y problemas que
estaban presentes en sus corazones.
En esta aparición después de la Resurrección, el Señor
Resucitado era consciente de los temores y las angustias de los discípulos y deseaba hacerlos desaparecer,
pues el miedo y la ansiedad no vienen de Dios. Así es
que, en esta última aparición después de la Resurrección en este evangelio de Lucas, Jesús quiere alejar el
miedo, la ansiedad y los problemas de sus corazones.
En referencia a este evangelio, Santa Beda nos enseña
que, "esos pensamientos eran falsos y peligrosos. Así
como un buen agricultor debe decir, “lo que he plantado allí, es lo que debo encontrar, " así también la fe
que desciende a los corazones, ya que nos viene de
Dios. Pero esos pensamientos [el miedo, la ansiedad,
los problemas] no descienden de arriba, sino que subieron desde abajo al corazón, como las plantas sin valor".
¿Cuáles son los miedos en tu vida? Los miedos y los
problemas no se limitan sólo a los monstruos de la infancia. ¿Qué le está causando ansiedad y preocupando
a tu corazón en este momento? Todos tenemos miedos.
Cualquiera que sea nuestro miedo, ansiedad o problema, no proviene de Dios de lo alto, sino del maligno de
abajo. Así como Cristo Resucitado se apareció a sus
discípulos para hacer desaparecer sus miedos, sus ansiedad y corazones atribulados, así también, Jesús Resucitado viene a
nosotros hoy con su gracia, para deshacer ese miedo, esa ansiedad y de todo aquello que preocupa a nuestros corazones, si
le pedimos su gracia y su ayuda.
Les extendemos nuestras felicitaciones a todos nuestros jóvenes y adultos que recibieron el sacramento de la confirmación
de manos del Obispo Andrew Wypych este pasado martes 14 de abril de 2015. Sesenta y ocho jóvenes y dos adultos recibieron el don del Espíritu Santo de esta semana. ¡Que el Espíritu Santo siempre los llene de sus dones, de sus frutos y de
su gracia! ¡Gracias a todos los catequistas y al personal que ayudaron a formar y preparar a nuestra confirmandos.
Abril es el mes de la Prevención del Abuso Infantil. Oremos por todos aquellos que han sido afectados por el abuso a menores y oremos por la prevención del maltrato infantil. Oremos para que Dios bendiga a todos los niños, que los mantenga
a salvo y los ayude a crecer en la madurez cristiana por el poder del Espíritu Santo. Que nuestra Santísima Madre María,
Desatadora de Nudos, nos ayude con su cuidado materno y San José, ruega por nosotros.
¡ Vivat Jesus! ¡Viva Jesús!
Z biurka Ks. Proboszcza
Niedawno w internetowym sklepie z aplikacjami zauważyłem coś, co mnie rozbawiło.
Aplikacja o nazwie „Monster Alert” („Ostrzeżenie przed potworami”). Jak sama nazwa
wskazuje, jest to program stworzony specjalnie z myślą o dzieciach i nastolatkach, którzy
boją się potworów. Aplikacja ma ostrzegać przed znajdującymi się w pobliżu monstrami.
Dzieci często boją się potworów; uczucie lęku jednak nie ogranicza się tylko do tego. Wręcz
przeciwnie – nasze lęki i niepokoje rosną razem z nami. Osobie dorosłej lęk przed
potworami wydaje się czymś
trywialnym i śmiesznym. Z
radością zamienilibyśmy nasze
obecne zmartwienia na dziecinny lęk o
potworach. W życiu nigdy nie brakuje lęku ani
W dzisiejszym czytaniu słuchamy o tym,
jak Zmartwychwstały Jezus ukazuje się uczniom.
Nasz Pan po raz ostatni pojawia się na stronach
Ewangelii Łukasza. Zmartwychwstały stał pośród
nich i czuł ich lęk. "Czemu jesteście zmieszani i
dlaczego wątpliwości budzą się w waszych
sercach?” (Łk 24:38). Jezus zauważył zewnętrzne
oznaki ich zdumienia i lęku. Co ważniejsze:
widział to, co działo się w ich sercach. Dobrze
znał lęki i niepokoje, które w tej chwili targały
Zmartwychwstały był tego świadom
pragnął to ukoić. Lęk i niepokój nie pochodzi
przecież od Boga. Ukazując się w Ewangelii św.
Łukasza po raz ostatni, Chrystus chce przegnać z
serc niepokoje i lęki. W swoim komentarzu do
tego fragmentu, Czcigodny Beda (anglosaski
mnich z VIII wieku) stwierdza, że tego rodzaju
myśli są fałszywe i niebezpieczne. Dobry rolnik
zawsze mówi: „Znajdę tu to, co zasadziłem”. Tak
samo wiara spływa do naszych serc z góry,
wprost od Boga. Inne uczucia (lęk, nerwowość,
niepokój) nie płyną do nas z góry, lecz wsączają
się w serca z dołu, jak chwasty.
Jakiego rodzaju lęki, niepokoje, rządzą teraz Waszym życiem? Jak pisałem wyżej, nie ograniczają się
one tylko do dzieciństwa i potworów. Wszyscy się czegoś boimy. Te negatywne uczucia nie pochodzą
wszakże od Boga, tylko od Złego. Tak jak przyszedł do Swoich uczniów, aby ukoić ich niepokoje, tak
Zmartwychwstały Jezus przychodzi do nas. Udziela nam Swej łaski, a łaska koi wszelkie kłopoty, które nas
trapią. Wystarczy, że poprosimy Go o pomoc.
Serdecznie gratuluję wszystkim tym osobom, które 14 kwietnia bieżącego roku przyjęły z rąk biskupa
Andrew Wypycha Sakrament Bierzmowania. W tym tygodniu, Dar Ducha Świętego otrzymało w sumie 68
nastolatków oraz dwoje dorosłych! Niechaj Duch Święty napełni Was wszystkich swoimi darami i łaskami.
Dziękuję katechetom oraz innym pracownikom, którzy zaopiekowali się kandydatami do bierzmowania.
Kwiecień jest Miesiącem Walki z przemocą wobec dzieci. Módlmy się szczególnie mocno za dzieci
maltretowane i wykorzystywane. Niech Bóg błogosławi wszystkie dzieci, chroni je i prowadzi do
chrześcijańskiej dojrzałości mocą Ducha Świętego. Święta Maryjo Rozwiązująca Węzły, miej nas zawsze w
Swojej opiece. Święty Józefie, módl się za nami.
Vivat Jesus! Chwała Jezusowi!
Congratulations to the Children
who was recently Baptized into our
Catholic Family:
Leo Bernardo Garcia
Isaac Nathaniel Hernandez
David Hornik
Angelina Marcelina Rivera
Marcelino Angel Rivera
Philip Szczerbiak
And, Congratulations to their
parents and godparents.
If you have any questions about the following events, call
the rectory at 708-458-0501, or the school at 708-4582927.
April 19, 12:30 p.m. Centennial (School) Hall. Tickets are
*FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: Saturday, May 2, 11 a.m.
Mass & Reception Afterwards in Centennial (School)
Hall. Communicants and their families.
Wednesday, May 27, 6:30 p.m. St. Joseph Church
Garfield Ridge Neighborhood Watch
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This Saturday
April 25
Kennedy High School Parking Lot
Rain Date: April 26
More information: Arlene at 773-229-1993
News for Our Parishioners . . .
Congratulations to St. Joseph parishioner Leslye
Guadian for being to the High Honor Roll and
parishioners Briana Janczy and Abigail Maloy for being
named to the Honor Roll for the third quarter at Queen
of Peace High School , 7659 S. Linder, Burbank.
St. Rene Goupil School, 6340 S. New England Ave.,
Chicago, is sponsoring a Super Bingo/Raffle Sunday,
April 19. Doors will open at 12:30 p.m. and the games
will begin at 1:30 p.m. Admission is $20 per person.
Advance tickets are available at the parish office, 6949
W. 63rd Pl., Chicago, Refreshments will be available.
Everyone is invited. For more information, please call
The St. Rene Goupil Unemployment Network of Service
for those SEEKING jobs will meet this Tuesday, April
21 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the St. Rene Church
Narthex, 64th Street and New England Avenue,
Chicago. These gatherings support people seeking jobs
and offer them services that assist them with their needs
in this in-between time. If you know of any jobs, please
call the St. Rene rectory at 773-229-8523. Please keep
the unemployed in your prayers.
St. Joseph High School is hosting the 4th annual
ChargerFeast, for those 21 and older, this Saturday,
April 25, from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m., in the South Gymnasium,
10900W. Cermak Rd., Westchester. Event tickets are $15.
Food and drink tickets will be available. ChargerFeast
features the Euphony Band, a meatball cook-off, a
celebrity meatball cook-off for local restaurants, split-the
-pot, an auction, games of chance and more. The Super
Raffle Drawing is an opportunity to win a part of the
$23,500 in cash prizes. For more information, call
Stephanie Morton at 708-562-7488, Ext. 148, or email
her at [email protected].
Table spaces are available now for the Garfield Ridge
Neighborhood Watch’s bi-annual SELL-A-BRATION
being held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday, April 25
in the Kennedy High School Parking Lot, 56th Street
and Narragansett Avenue. The rain date is Sunday,
April 26. For more information, call Arlene at 773-2291993, or visit It’s all for a good
Aid for Women’s annual spring luncheon will be held
Wednesday, April 29 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Skokie
Country Club in Glencoe. The cost is $75 per person, or
$750 per table of 10. For more information and
reservations, call 312-621-1100, or visit
The National Latino Educational Institute is hosting its
2015 Career Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, May
14 at 2011 W. Pershing Rd. (39th & Damen), Chicago.
The community is invited and free parking is available.
Participants should remember to bring their resumes
and dress for success. For more information, and to
register, call 773-247-0707, Ext . 218.
The annual Ladies of the Rosary Salad
Luncheon is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. this
Sunday, April 19 in Centennial Hall. Tickets
are $10 for adults and $5 for children 10 and
younger. Please plan to attend. All are
Dates: Thursday through Sunday
June 4, 5, 6, and 7, 2015
Times: Thursday - 6 to 11 p.m.
Friday - 6 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Saturday - 2 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Sunday - 3 to 10 p.m.
Location: St. Joseph School Grounds
5641 S. 73rd Ave.
Cardinal George
Alicia Anderson
Laura Behm
Kimberly Boll
Brittaney Boubin
Helen Brave
Robert Butler
Miguel Castro
Lucille Cavallone
Dan Collins
*Patricia Diaz
Alexander Druschitz
Helen Frank
James Heelan
Rich S. Jandura
Denise M. Jandura
Chester and Virginia
Millie Jercha
Grace Kruzinski
Ted Kuldanek
Geri Lauer
Mary Marcichow
Sylvia Michalowski
Anthony Montaneo
Ed and Alice Nowak
Leonardo Alexandros
Meg A. Radcliff
Aurelia “Archie”
William Schaefer Sr.
Scarlette Grace
Irene Szarley
Josephine Tipner
Ricardo Varajas
Therese Wonderlick
If you know of
anyone that should be
on the sick list, please
call the rectory at
Thank You.
*Most Recent
The School Sisters of St. Francis of Christ the King and
Alvernia Manor Senior Living, have two upcoming events
open to the public.
Golf on the Hill
Monday, May 18, 2015
Cog Hill in Lemont
11:30 Registration
1:00 Shot Gun Start
Scramble format, raffles, prizes, auction, and contests
including the world famous "Beat the Nun" contest.
Contact Carrie Peters for additional information on golfing,
sponsorships, or donating at 630-257-7844 ext. 223,
or [email protected].
Run with the Nuns 5K and Youth Dash
Sunday, June 7, 2015
6:30 AM Registration
8:00 Race Starts
The course runs through our beautiful 60 acre campus. It is a
trail run/walk through the woods and scenic campus.
Sign up at
For more information about participating, becoming a
sponsor, hosting a free vendor table, donating to our swag
bags, or volunteering, contact Carrie Peters at 630-257-7844
ext. 223, or [email protected].
7240 W. 57th Street
Summit, IL 60501
(708) 458-0501
[email protected]
9:00 AM to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
To Fix the and Tuck Point
our Parish Buildings
Number of Parishioner Donors/Families:
Total Amount Pledged thus far:
Amount Collected thus far:
Pledges still to be collected:
$ 37,489.27
The group will join Rob Bitunjac of the Clear
Ridge Historical Society and discover the storied
history of these areas. They will visit “Long John
Wentworth’s Famous, stop at old stagecoach
stops, see the “Lost Village” and more. Lunch is at
The Chew Chew Restaurant in Riverside.
Pastor: Rev. Robert Stuglik
Weekend celebrant: Rev. Joseph Stobba, OSA
Deacon Benedict Michalowski
Parish Secretary/Bulletin Editor: Joan Hadac
Adult Choir Director/Organist: Darlene Donarski
Pianist/Organist: Anna Dron
Polish Choir Director: Aleksander Jazowski
School Principal: Mr. Lawrence Manetti
Saturday: 5:00 PM ENGLISH
Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM. ENGLISH
Saturday 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
8:30 AM Mon, Tue, Wed & Friday
Thursday—No Mass is Celebrated
(8:30 AM Wed. School Mass - School Year)
8:30 AM Saturday
5641 S. 73rd Ave.
(708) 458 - 2927
(708) 458-0501
The bus leaves at 9 a.m. and returns at 3:30 p.m.
to the Foran Funeral Home parking lot, 7300 W.
Archer Ave., Summit. The cost is $45 per person,
which includes the tour and lunch.
5641 S. 73rd Ave.
(708) 415-0458
Reservations are due by Monday, April 20 by
calling 708-458-0208. Seating is limited.
If you are homebound, and would like to
receive Holy Communion, please call the
parish office to make arrangements.
Join the “Steppin’ Out” coordinators Peg Feltz,
Dee Kountis and Sharon Jeninga on this
Historical Tour.
St. Joseph Church #512045
7240 W. 57th Street
Summit, IL 60501
708 458-0501
Joan Hadac
EMAIL: [email protected]
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Thursday 9:45
February 15, 2015
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