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Parish Office Hours/Horario de la Oficina Parroquial
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am—8:00 pm
Friday
9:00 am—6:00 pm
Saturday
9:00 am—4:30 pm
Sunday
8:30 am—1:00 pm
John XXIII School
806 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, IL 60202
Parish Office—Oficina Parroquial 847.864.1185
FAX: 847.864.7810
Email: stnicks@nickchurch.org
Website: www.nickchurch.org
Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Vigésimo Noveno Domingo en Tiempo Ordinario
October 19, 2014
Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s,
and to God what is God’s.
(Matthew 22:15-21)
Devuelve al César lo que es del César
y a Dios lo que es de Dios.
(Mateo 22:15-21)
See page 8 for more information.
Ver la pagina 8 para mas información.
We are the Body of Christ at St. Nicholas.
Grounded in our diversity,
we gather for worship,
cherish the traditions of our Catholic faith,
witness to the Gospel of Jesus,
minister to others,
and live as Christians in the world.
Somos el Cuerpo de Cristo en San Nicolás.
Fundados en nuestra diversidad,
nos reunimos para adoración,
apreciamos las tradiciones de nuestra fe
católica,
damos testimonio del Evangelio de Jesús,
servimos en ministerio a los demás,
y vivimos como cristianos en el mundo.
Pastoral Staff / Equipo Pastoral
Pastor/Párroco
Rev. Bill Tkachuk /frbill@nickchurch.org
Week At A Glance/ Fechas Importantes
x25
Pastor Emeritus/Párroco Jubilado
Rev. Robert Oldershaw
nickrho@nickchurch.org
Deacon/Diácono
Ivan Lazcano / ilazcano@nickchurch.org
Chris Murphy / cmurphy@nickchurch.org
Director of Religious Education/
Directora de Educación Religiosa
Sr. Christina Fuller, osf
religioused@nickchurch.org
x23
Religious Education Administrative Assistant/
Asistente Administrativa de Educación Religiosa
Claudia Campos/ ccampos@nickchurch.org
x37
Coordinadora de educación Religiosa en español
Juanita Tamayo/juanitat@nickchurch.org
Director of Music Ministry/
Directora del Ministerio de Musica
Kate Williams / katewilliams@nickchurch.org
x34
Director of Youth Ministry /
Directora del Ministerio de Jóvenes
Monica J. Sariñana/monicas@nickchurch.org
x33
Pastoral Care Coordinator/
Coordinadora del Cuidado Pastoral
Barb Soricelli /bsoricelli@nickchurch.org
x42
Administration / Administración
Business Manager/Administradora de Negocios
Suzanne Lefevre/ slefevre@nickchurch.org
x24
Office Manager/Administradora de la Oficina
Sally Clark Arden/sarden@nickchurch.org
x21
Accounting Assistant /Asistente de Contabilidad
Mary Erickson/merickson@nickchurch.org
x30
Bulletin Coordinator/ Artículos para el Boletín
Monica J. Sariñana/bulletin@nickchurch.org
x33
Sunday Announcements/Annuncios del Domingo
announcements@nickchurch.org
Maintenance /Mantenimiento
Abelardo Mendoza, Diego Perez, Curtis Carter
Pope John XXIII School
Principal Roy Hecker
847.475.5678
roy.hecker@popejohn23.org
1120 Washington St., Evanston, IL 60202
Website: www.popejohn23.org
Outreach / Servicios Sociales
St. Vincent de Paul Society
St. Nick’s List (Job Support)
x45
www.stnickslist.org
Sunday, October 19
Boy Scout Popcorn Sale after Masses in Courtyard
10:15 am SCORE
Cafeteria/School
10:15 am AFE (pg.4)
Oldershaw Hall
3:00 pm English Baptisms
Church
Monday, October 20
7:00 pm RCIA
St. Germain Rm
8:00 pm AA Meeting
Oldershaw Hall
Tuesday, October 21
10:00 am Parent & Tot’s
Nursery
7:00 pm The Green Team
Rectory 2nd Fl
7:00 pm Confirmation Meeting
Oldershaw Hall
7:00 pm SPRED
St. Germain Rm
7:30 pm St. Vincent de Paul
Music Rm
Wednesday, October 22
4:00 pm Kids’ Choir
Church
7:00 pm Parenting from the Heart
Cafeteria
7:00 pm Vigilia Grupo Carismático
Capilla
7:00 pm Hisp. Rel. Ed Confirmation Mtg Oldershaw Hall
7:30 pm Parish Choir
Church
7:30 pm AA Meeting (enter Nursery Door) St. Germain Rm
Thursday, October 23
5:00 pm Parish Trans. Welcome Group
Rectory Dn Rm
6:30 pm Parent & Tot’s
St. Germain Rm
7:00 pm Tierra & Luz Dancers
Cafeteria
Friday, October 24
7:00 pm Circulo de Oración (Prayer)
Church
Saturday, October 25
9:00 am Hispanic Rel. Ed.
Cafeteria/School
9:00 am Art & Environment Set-Up
Church
2:00 pm PJ 23 Trunk or Treat (pg.8)
Parking Lot
2:30 pm Wedding
Church
5:00 pm AA Meeting (enter Nursery Door) St. Germain Rm
Sunday, October 26
2nd Collection—United Power for Action & Justice
First Sunday of Novembering
Anniversary of the dedication of the Church
10:15 am SCORE
Cafeteria/School
10:15 am Coffee Cake Sunday; (find out more about
GiveCentral) (pg.7)
Oldershaw Hall
Looking Ahead:
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Saturday, October 25: PJ 23 Trunk or Treat (pg.8)
Sunday, October 26: Coffee Cake Sunday
(Find out about using GiveCentral) Oldershaw Hall
Pastor’s Perspective/ Perspectiva del Párroco
We give thanks to God always for all of you,
remembering you in our prayers,
calling to mind your works of faith,
your labor of love,
and endurance in hope of our Lord Jesus Christ.
1Thessalonians 1:2-3
T
his Saturday evening we pray with our sisters and
brothers who seek the Lord’s healing through the
Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. We give
thanks for their witness of faith that God is with them
in their struggle with illness. We offer them our
prayers and our support and commit ourselves to be a
healing community to all in physical, emotional, or
spiritual pain who come to our doors or whom we
meet on the way.
This Sunday we pray with our young men and
women preparing to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation from Bishop Rojas on February 7. We give
thanks for the vitality and challenges they bring to us
as we all seek to put our faith into action in the places
and encounters of our daily lives. We offer them our
prayers and support and commit ourselves to be a
community of living faith that extends a hand to the
outcast, the immigrant, the voiceless, and the one with
limited resources.
This weekend I also announce that our Business
Manager of the past seven years, Suzanne Lefevre, has
accepted a vice president position in the business office of Regina Dominican High School and will be
leaving our staff at the end of November. All who
have worked with Suzanne on the Finance Council,
Building Committee, parish fundraisers, and a variety
of parish and personal financial matters know what a
treasure Suzanne has been for St. Nicholas Parish.
In a position with many demands and limited time and
resources, Suzanne has been a calm, steady, and wise
presence that has helped to guide this parish to a place
of financial stability and ongoing maintenance and improvements to our campus. Regina Dominican is very
blessed to be getting someone of such quality!
A Search Committee has been formed and has already received several resumes. You can find a position
description and more information on the parish website www.nickchurch.org.
Peace, Fr. Bill
En todo momento damos gracias a Dios por ustedes
y los tenemos presentes en nuestras oraciones.
Recordamos las obras que manifiestan la fe de ustedes,
los trabajos fatigosos que han emprendido el amor
y la perseverancia que les da su esperanza en Jesucristo.
1 Tesalonicenses 1:2-3
E
l sábado por la tarde rezamos con nuestros
hermanas y hermanos que buscan la sanación del
Señor por el Sacramento de Unción de los
Enfermos. Damos gracias por su fe que Dios los
acompaña en su enfermedad. Les ofrecemos nuestras
oraciones y apoyo y nos comprometimos ser una
comunidad de sanación a todos que llegan a la puerta o
que encontramos en el camino con cualquier
enfermedad física, emocional, o espiritual.
El domingo rezamos con nuestros jóvenes que se
están preparando para recibir el Sacramento de
Confirmación del Obispo Rojas el 7 de febrero.
Damos gracias por su energía y preguntas que nos
hacen conscientes del compromiso de aplicar la fe a las
circunstancias y relaciones de la vida diaria. Les
ofrecemos nuestras oraciones y nuestro compromiso
de ser una comunidad de una fe viva que extiende la
mano al oprimido, el inmigrante, el que no tiene una
voz, y los con recursos limitados.
También les quiero informar que nuestra Business
Manager, Suzanne Lefevre, ha aceptado un puesto en
la oficina de finanzas del secundario Regina Dominican
y saldrá del equipo pastoral al fin de noviembre.
Todos que han colaborado con Suzanne en el Concilio
de Finanzas, el Comité de Edificios, eventos
parroquiales, y una variedad de asuntos financieros
personales o parroquiales conocen bien el tesoro que
Suzanne ha sido para San Nicolás. En un puesto
con muchas demandas y con tiempo y recursos
limitados, Suzanne ha sido una presencia tranquila,
dedicada, y sabia. Ella ha guiado la parroquia a un
puesto de estabilidad financiera con el continuo
mantenimiento y aumentación del campo. Regina
Dominican está bendecida recibir una persona de
tantas habilidades.
Un comité ha sido formado para revisar los
candidatos y ya ha recibido unos resúmenes.
Encontrará una descripción del puesto y mas
información en el sitio Web www.nickchurch.org.
Paz, Padre Bill
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Spiritual Life / Vida Espiritual
Real Men Get Up Early . . . in our 11th Year!
St. Nick’s Holy Name Men’s Club
Mass, Breakfast, and Fellowship
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
6:00 am in Oldershaw Hall
“One Family’s Story ”
with
Theresa Buckman-Gilbert
For 85 years, her family has been a presence at St.
Nicholas. As a third grade teacher at Pope John XXIII
School she, along with her brother Bob, remain a
testament to this family’s deep involvement with our
parish. Come hear her story.
Seekers’ Retreat For Young Adults
Saturday, November 1, 2014
St. Ignatius College Prep, Chicago, IL
Too much going on? Pulled in a million directions?
You’re not the only one. In the craziness of life, it doesn’t
hurt to pause and take a look at the big picture: What’s
important in my life? Where does God fit in? Join other
young adults for this daylong retreat at St. Ignatius College Prep. Take time to listen to peers share how they find
God in their lives, have conversations in small groups,
enjoy some quiet time, and explore your faith life. Register
by October 15 for the early bird discount. Visit
www.charisministries.org for info and registration!
Rosary Prayer Vigil
Here at St. Nicholas, we pray the Rosary every Friday at
7:00 am in our Church. We pray to end deportation and for
immigration reform in solidarity with all the people praying
outside of 101 West Congress Parkway.
Vigilia de oración
Aquí en San Nicolás nos reunimos los
viernes a rezar el Rosario a las 7:00 am en
la Iglesia, para poner fin a las
deportaciones y por una reforma
migratoria y en solidaridad con los que están rezando a
las afueras del 101 West Congress Parkway.
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“Tying Up Loose Ends”
Sunday, November 9 at 3:00 pm in Oldershaw Hall
St. Nicholas parishioners have a
rare opportunity to see Catherine
and Ann Gallogly perform “Tying
Up Loose Ends” at St. Nicholas at
3:00 pm on Sunday, November 9.
The production combines stories
and meditative music in a powerful,
uplifting, and downright funny journey into what occurs at the human
level at the end of our lives. Catherine wrote it based on thirty years of working as a
nurse in hospice and palliative care. She brought us a
shorter version two years ago as part of a Sunday
morning Adult Faith Enrichment session. It was so
well received that we’ve invited her to perform the
longer version in the church. Tickets for “Tying Up
Loose Ends” will be $15 at the door, but only $10 in
advance. You may purchase online beginning now. For
many more details about the production and a link to
make ticket purchases, see www.nickchurch.org/tule.
Parish Life / Vida de la parroquia
Sharing Festival Fun!
Thank you Dale Granchalek for the pictures
Stephen Ministry
Are you going through a difficult time
due to loss, separation, loneliness, sickness and recovery, family problems, feelings of being overwhelmed?
If you, a relative, or friend would like
support during such difficult times, share
the need with our pastor or with Barb Soricelli, the Referral Coordinator of the Stephen Ministry team. Both can
be reached at 847.864.1185. The person in need will be
contacted by the pastor or Barb. No one should walk
alone! A Stephen Minister can walk with you.
Ministerio de Esteban
¿Esta pasando por un momento difícil,
emocionalmente o espiritualmente? ¿Luchando con una
crisis en su vida?
Considerar que un Ministro de Esteban camine con
usted. Un Ministro De Esteban es una persona laica
entrenada y que escuchará, cuidara, animara, orara y estar
allí para usted de manera confidencial. Para obtener más
información, consulte a nuestro pastor o a la Líder De
Esteban Barbara Soricelli, 847.864.1185 ext. 42.
Nadie debe caminar solo.
End of Growing Season 2014
It has been a wonderful growing season but
winter is closing in fast.
The perennials and grass
will continue to form
roots until the ground
freezes hard but the anSt. Nick’s Courtyard
nuals have done their
work for the year. It's time to put our garden to bed
for the winter. Please join us on Saturday, November 1 between 9:00 am and 11:30 am to help tidy up
the gardens until Spring.
Sincere thanks to our hard working gardening volunteers, especially Tip Molitor who has invigorated
the garden with glowing annuals for many years. We
would not have such beautiful beds without the continuing care and devotion of Ray Bayless, Colleen
Powell, Sara Fieberg and Mary Dougherty.
Thanks to also to Margaret Mantle, Kitty Okano,
and Katrina Swanson for donations to our plantings.
—Mary Moring
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Parish Life / Vida de la parroquia
United Power Rally
Sunday, October 26, 3:00 - 4:15 pm
with Governor Quinn at St. Rita's Church on
Chicago's southwest side
To celebrate progress with ending gun violence!
United Power's gun violence effort is now nationwide:
Evanston's mayor has signed on with over 50 other
USA mayors who will use their gun-buying power to
get gun manufacturers to adopt safe practices.
A caravan of our cars will take riders from the Parish. We will meet at Oakton Elementary School, Ridge
and Oakton Sts., just south of our Church. The parking lot is on Austin, 1 block south of Oakton. You
may leave your car and ride in another car.
United Power -- a civic organization of Synagogues.
Mosques and Churches including St. Nicholas Parish -also celebrates progress with the construction of affordable housing in the Englewood area. The minimum wage issue is on the agenda as well.
Give Governor Quinn the message that we are
committed to ending gun violence with his support
and that his 4 million dollars pledged for affordable
housing needs to increase. (United Power was able to
match his 4 million.)
For more information contact m.huck@att.net or
call 773.469.4256 and sign on to drive or ride.
St. Nicholas Parish Welcomes New Members
We welcome all newcomers to the neighborhood as well
as those who have been attending our liturgical celebrations.
We encourage you to stop by the Parish Office during office
hours and register as a member of the parish.
La Parroquia de San Nicolás le da la Bienvenida a
Nuevos Miembros
Damos la bienvenida a todas las personas que asisten a
nuestras celebraciones de fe o que se han mudado
recientemente a este barrio. Los invitamos a que pasen a
la oficina parroquial durante horas de oficina a inscribirse
como miembros de esta parroquia.
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Second Collection October 26
United Power for Action and Justice
Next week’s second collection will support United
Power for Action and Justice, a non-partisan, interfaith
community organization that St. Nicholas parish helped
found in 1997.
Because of United Power’s work over one million poor
and working Illinoisans have access to health care and
Illinois allocated $135 million for affordable housing. You
can support this work in two ways.
First, get involved. United Power is working on campaigns to reduce gun violence, create more affordable,
accessible housing, and re-claim foreclosed homes on
southwest side of Chicago. The upcoming action on October 26th will follow-up on Governor Quinn’s commitments to work with us on each of these areas.
Questions? Contact Mary Jo Huck, 773.469.4256.
Second, make a contribution to support United Power
on October 25/26. Dues are United Power’s main funding source and ensures the organization’s work reflects
the values and interests of its members. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Segunda Colecta 26 de octubre
United Power de Acción y Justicia
La segunda colecta de la próxima semana apoyará
United Power de Acción y Justicia, una organización no
partidista, comunidad interreligiosa que la Parroquia de
San Nicolás ayudó a fundar en 1997.
Gracias al trabajo de United Power un millón de
pobres y trabajadores residentes de Illinois tienen acceso a
servicios de salud e Illinois ha asignado $135 millones
para viviendas asequibles. Usted puede apoyar esta obra
de dos maneras.
En primer lugar, involúcrense. United Power está
trabajando en campañas para reducir la violencia armada,
crear más viviendas asequibles y accesibles y la
reivindicación de viviendas embargadas en el lado
suroeste de Chicago. La próxima acción el 26 de octubre
será el seguimiento de los compromisos del Gobernador
Quinn a trabajar con nosotros en cada una de estas áreas.
¿Preguntas? Póngase en contacto con Mary Jo Huck,
773.469.4256.
En segundo lugar, hacer una contribución para apoyar
United Power el 25/26 de Octubre. Cuotas son la fuente
de financiamiento principal de United Power y asegura el
trabajo de la organización reflejando los valores y los
intereses de sus miembros. Gracias de antemano por su
generosidad.
Parish Life / Vida de la parroquia
October 19, 2014
Sorry, no collection report this week.
We invite you to consider enrolling in GiveCentral
as a way to ensure a steady pattern of giving even when
you are away from St. Nicholas. Simply go online to
www.givecentral.org. (Your bank’s online bill paying
system is another good option.) If you have any questions about receiving monthly envelopes or enrolling in
GiveCentral, please contact Suzanne Lefevre in the
parish office (847.864.1185 x24.)
Disculpe, no hay reporte de colectas
dominicales esta semana.
Le invitamos que considere inscribirse en
GiveCentral como una forma de establecer
contribuciones regular- incluso cuando usted esté lejos
de San Nicolás. Es fácil empezar, visite
www.givecentral.org. (Utilizando el sistema de su
banco "online payments" es otra buena opción.) Si
usted tiene alguna pregunta sobre la recepción de los
sobres mensuales o como inscribirse en GiveCentral,
por favor póngase en contacto con Suzanne Lefevre en
la oficina parroquial (847.864.1185 x 24.)
Upcoming Second Collections/
Segunda Colecta
October 26 – United Power for Action and Justice
Thank you for your generosity!
Connections:
• Parishioner looking for a male roommate to
share his furnished apartment. Location: 1585
Ridge Ave. Evanston. Price is negotiable. For further
information, call parishioner, Louis
Raphael at 847.866.8711 or 773.627.3990
• For Sale: Almost New 50” Television
Just in time for the new TV season and football
games . . . A 50” Pioneer Elite Plasma TV has Yamaha Surround Sound with four speakers, DVD,
amplifier and stand. $495. Proceeds to the St. Nicholas Parish Rummage Sale. Contact Pat McCourt:
847.866.9562 patmccourt@aol.com
STEP UP to Support St. Nick’s
“Honor the Lord with your substance and with the first
fruits of your produce.” --Proverbs 3:9
“Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.”
—Matthew 6:21
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During this stewardship month you have been asked
to reflect on your financial commitment to the parish
and to respond out of a spirit of generosity and gratitude
for the place St. Nicholas holds in your heart. In the annual report, you read about the importance of weekly
offertory collections and the words of parishioners who
described why they support St. Nick’s.
As you consider the amount of your own offertory
gift, imagine a St. Nicholas…
• With fundraisers that generate money for parish and community ministries rather than for operating expenses
• With funds for exciting new mission and outreach efforts
• With no year-end appeals to make up budget deficits
• With financial reserves that provide peace of mind
and funds for emergencies
• With enough money for maintenance projects,
without having to wait for capital campaigns
All this can happen and more, but only with your
help. During the next few weeks, think about what
you receive from St. Nick’s and about what the parish
could accomplish with greater financial resources. If
you haven’t been giving regularly, consider enrolling
in GiveCentral or requesting and using envelopes. If
you’ve been giving the same amount for a while,
consider increasing your weekly/monthly donation.
Even a small increase can make a big difference if
many parishioners take this step.
The St. Nicholas Transformation Finance
Team thanks you in advance for your prayerful reflection and generosity.
Coffee Cake Sunday
Coffee Cake Sunday on October 26 needs you:
your contributions of food and your help in setting up,
serving, and cleaning up. Come to enjoy the fellowship
and come to learn more about giving online through
GiveCentral.
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TRUNK OR TREAT
Saturday, October 25, 2014
PJ23 Parking Lot – 3:00-6:00 pm
Show off your Halloween (and Community) Spirit by
providing a safe place where kids/families go to trick or
treat by going from trunk to trunk!
We encourage you to decorate the trunks of your car,
your bike or just yourself! The kids will LOVE IT!
Steps:
1. Register as a family, as an individual or as a team…
(Registration information to come)
2. We assign you a parking spot (spots are limited)
3. Decorate your vehicle of choice
4. Bring lots of candy and or tricks to handout
5. Registered vehicles arrive on Saturday, October 26
between 2:00-230 pm
6. Participate in the costume contest, pre-carved
pumpkin contest and decorated vehicle contest
7. Trunk or Treat begins at 3:00 pm
8. Vehicles allowed to leave at 6:00 pm. (Due to safety
concerns, departure of vehicles is restricted until after
6:00 pm with escort by traffic coordinators)
TRUNK OR TREAT
Sábado, 25 de octubre 2014
Estacionamiento de la Escuela- 3:00-6:00pm
Muestra tu espíritu de Halloween (y comunitario),
proporcionando un lugar seguro donde los niños/
familias van a engañar o tratar de pasar de un tronco a
otro!
Le animamos a decorar la parte de atrás de su coche,
la bicicleta o simplemente a ti mismo! A los niños les
encantará!
Pasos:
1. Registre su familia, como individuo o como
equipo .... (Información de registro por venir)
2. Le asignamos un lugar de estacionamiento
(espacios son limitados)
3. Decora tu vehículo de elección
4. Trae un montón de dulces o trucos y al folleto
‘juegos
5. Vehículos registrados llegan el sábado 26 de
octubre entre 2:00-230 pm
6. Cualquier persona puede participar en el concurso,
concurso de calabazas, concurso de disfraces y
concurso de vehículos decorados
7. Trunk or Treat comienza a las 3:00 pm
8. Los vehículos podrán salir hasta depuse de las 6:00
pm. (Por razones de seguridad, salida de vehículos
está restringido hasta después de las 6:00 pm con la
escolta de los coordinadores de tráfico)
Visit www.popejohn23.org for more information on our school and event calendar.
Mother Daughter Tea “God’s Plan for Growing Up”
Make a date with your daughter! Come to a Mother-Daughter Tea!
Sunday, October 26 from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Catholic Charities, Vincent Hall (721 North LaSalle St., Chicago)
The program…
• Will explore God’s special gift of human fertility and the beauty and wonder of growing up and becoming a
woman.
• Will provide an atmosphere of love and learning to discuss the important topic of growing up.
• Will establish a foundation for continued communication between parent and child.
Fee: $35 per mother and daughter – and $10 each additional daughter. For a registration form or information,
please call Maria Garcia at the Marriage and Family Ministries Office at 312.534.8273.
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Parish Life / Vida de la parroquia
What's New on St Nicks List
Be sure to check out the new features
on the St. Nicks List at
http://stnickslist.org/.
See testimonials from fellow parishioners
about their satisfaction with the fine quality of work performed.
For service providers, we would love to list you if you
are a House Painter. This is really for interior and exterior
painting of any building. If you're a fine-arts painter who
would like to be listed in St. Nicks List, please submit your
service under the Arts category.
Jobs, jobs, and more jobs. If you have a job at your
organization, please take a minute and fill in the form
at http://stnickslist.org/jobs/. We keep the list up-to-date
with access to job web-sites for companies in the northern
Chicago area. If you need a job, be sure to access the links
at the top of the page for Evanston-based employers, and
the listings below for jobs posted by parishioners and that
we've found while searching the web.
Love Shouldn’t Hurt
Domestic Violence describes a pattern of behaviors
to control through fear & force that occurs between
two people living in a close relationship. Violence between those two people impacts other members of the
family, household and the community. No one should
be frightened or scared by someone in their family.
Silence perpetuates an environment of fear, frustration, anger, cruelty and continued violence. Break the
silence by speaking out against all forms of violence.
Learn about the mission and resources of the Archdiocesan Domestic Abuse Outreach program by logging onto www.archchicago.org and select Domestic
Violence Committee.
If you are a victim or survivor of domestic abuse
seeking help:
National Hotline: 1-800-799 SAFE (7233); 1-8007873224 (TDD)
Between Friends
40-hour Domestic Violence Training
Starting October 30 at St. Francis Hospital
Between Friends will be hosting a 40-hour Domestic Violence Training that will start on October 30 at
St. Francis Hospital. Space is limited, so please submit
the training application if you would like to take the
training for professional development and not volunteer at the agency (rate $255) or the volunteer application if you are interested in the reduced rate ($55) with
a one year commitment. Deadline for registration is
Tomorrow, Monday, October 20. Any questions
please contact
Susan Pieters spieters@betweenfriendschicago.org
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Parish Life / Vida de la parroquia
Liturgical Ministers
Ministros de Liturgia
Youth Group meets Sundays from 7:30 to 9:00 pm in the Youth Room
(located in the third floor of the social hall) unless otherwise noted below.
October 2014
• Sunday, October 19: 1:00 –4:00 pm: Sowing Seeds of Care Hands-on Habi-
tat Restoration with the Evanston Interreligious Sustainability Circle
(Opening religious ceremony at 1:15 pm) religious ceremony will start at about
1:15. We will be meeting at Harms Woods Forest Preserve, at the parking lot on
the west side of Harms Road, just south of Glenview Road. Come dressed for the
woods. We will be participating in the activities the Circle has prepared for us.
Please dress for the weather we will be outdoors.
• Saturday, Sunday, October 25: 3:00-6:00pm St. Nick’s Parking Lot – Show
off your Halloween (and Community) Spirit! The youth group will be sponsoring a trunk and we need your help decorating the trunk and passing out sweet
treats! (see page 8)
Become our friend on New Horizons Youth Ministry Facebook page, and get all
the up-to-date information about New Horizons Youth Group! For more information, please contact Monica J. Sariñana, Coordinator of Youth Ministry, at
847.864.1185 ext.33 or at monicas@nickchurch.org.
Regina Dominican Alumnae and Prospective Students Breakfast
Regina Dominican is hosting a special Alumnae and Prospective Students
Breakfast for alumnae who are related to a grade school student looking at college
preps. The breakfast will be Sunday, October 26 at 10:00 a.m. in the Regina
Dominican cafeteria. All guests will be given a VIP tour of Regina Dominican’s
campus immediately following the breakfast. Reservations for this event are encouraged but not required. RSVP to Pattie Fuentes at pfuentes@rdhs.org. Regina
Dominican is located at 701 Locust Road in Wilmette. For more information
about the school, contact Pattie Fuentes at 847.256.7660.
Evanston Nar Anon Family Group
The Evanston Nar Anon Family Group will meet at Grace Lutheran Church,
1430 South Boulevard, Evanston, on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Anyone
affected by someone else's addiction is welcome to attend. For more information
contact evanstonnfg@mail.com.
Sunday Nursery
The St. Nick’s Nursery Co-op operates during Sunday 9:00 am
Mass and welcomes children 18 months to 5 years old. Enjoy mass
again while knowing your little one is in the capable care of fellow
parishioners right next door in the rectory. Parents whose children participate
take turns supervising each week. For more information contact
Melissa Sanko 734.883.7683melissa.sanko@gmail.com)
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October 25/26
Thirtieth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
Trigésimo Domingo
de Tiempo Ordinario
4:30 pm Ssturday
Presider: Fr. Arun Minj
Lectors: A. Boekstegen,
D. Blakely, D.Knapp
Altar Servers: M. Kelsh,
P. Kelsh
9:00 am Sunday
Presider: Fr. George Bergin
Lectors: L. Larrey, P. Seitz,
J. Schucert
Children’s Liturgy: TBD
Altar Servers: O. Qualls,
A. Miles, S. Peters
11:00 am Saturday
Presider: Fr. Arun Minj
Lectors: G. Marcheschi,
C. Berry, N. Marcheschi
Altar Servers: T. Hallstrom,
E. Smith
1:00 pm Sunday
Presider: TBD
Proclamadores: Y. Salgado,
E.Centeno
Música: Coro Hispano
Did you know .
. . . we have a signer
present at the 9:00 am
Mass every Sunday?
Please remember in your prayers / Por favor recuerde en sus oraciones
The sick and their caregivers, especially: A los enfermos y a los que los cuidan, en especial a:
Richard Adams
Joan Arden
Mary Ascoli
Marion Bcatek
Leslie Beaubrun
Shirley Bergman
Molly Bradfield
Mary Helen Burke
Jill Chazi
Donna Chocol
Winnie Conqueror
John Costeres
Deborah Czubak
Dr. Harry Elam
Maria Feliciano
Cardinal Francis George
John Giannini
Paula Gomez
Pam Goulbourne
Jessica Gravel
Joyce Grenshaw
Russ Hopkins
David Hunt
Yvonne Hunt
Oscar Jiménez
Pastor Maurice Jones
Maria de Jesus Tamayo
Jonah Payne-Landahl
Araceli Perez
Ricardo Rodriguez Tamayo
Octavio Leon
Mary Oskorep
Baby Hayden Olivia Pickett
Bob Tkachuk
David Lerps
Richard Ramos
Michael Traina
Gino Lio
John Rash
Terry Tyner
Maria Macias
Eleanor Riley
Emilio Pedro Vazquez
David Maiers
Genoveva Rivera
Pat Voitik
Angelina Mancera
Mike Rodriguez
Paul Wack
Joanna Martin
Julian Sims
Matt Zeck
Lee Miller
Roberta Snow
Bob McClory
Artie & Brucetta Stromblad
Irene Molina
Marge Sutor
Sally Nickele
Donna Szafranski
Tom Naughton
For our dead, whom we remember and love, and remain with us in spirit.
Por nuestros difuntos a quienes recordamos y permanecen con nosotros en espíritu.
†
Erin O’Keefe
†
Micaela Espitia de Mendoza
Pray for those in service of our country: Por aquellos al servicio de nuestro país:
Steve Blackshear
Jake Bradfield
Joseph Brennan
Alexander Ellis Margarita Hernandez
Seiko Okano
Jean-Jaques Emilien
Quinn Heydt
Andrew Parkinson
Scott Frank
Dennis Monagle Antonio Riveraan
Mass Intentions/ Intenciones
Sunday, October 19—29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
9:00 am † Tim Roemer and Family
11:00 am For those who care for all of God’s creations
1:00 pm † Albino Muñoz
Monday, October 20—St. Paul of the Cross
7:45 am † Sr. Eileen Wemhoff
Tuesday, October 21
7:45 am No intention– Communion Service
Wednesday, October 22—Bl. John Paul II, Pope
7:45 am † Eveline Sprich
Thursday, October 23—St. John of Capistrano
7:45 am † Steve and Maxine Mielczarek
Friday, October 24—St. Anthony Mary Claret
7:30 am For those in discernment of their vocation
Saturday, October 25—Blessed Virgin Mary
8:00 am No intention– Communion Service
4:30 pm † Mary Woeber and the S.A. Woeber Family
Sunday, October 26—30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
9:00 am For all the living and deceased members of
St. Nicholas
11:00 am Eleanor OMalley
1:00 pm † Margarita Medina
† Salomon Medina
† Esperanza Rodriguez
† deceased/difunto
Jacob Roche
Claude Senecal
Sean Tuohy
Readings for the Week/ Lecturas de la Semana
Monday:
Eph (Efesios) 2:1-10;
Ps (Salmos) 100:1b-5;
Lk (Lucas) 12:13-21
Tuesday:
Eph (Efesios) 2:12-22;
Ps (Salmos) 85:9ab-14;
Lk (Lucas) 12:35-38
Wednesday: Eph (Efesios) 3:2-12;
Is (Isaias) 12:2-3, 4bcd-6;
Lk (Lucas) 12:39-48
Thursday:
Eph (Efesios) 3:14-21;
Ps (Salmos) 33:1-2, 4-5, 11-12, 18-19;
Lk (Lucas) 12:49-53
Friday:
Eph (Efesios) 4:1-6;
Ps (Salmos) 24:1-4ab, 5-6;
Lk (lucas) 12:54-59
Saturday:
Eph (Efesios) 4:7-16;
Ps (Salmos) 122:1-5;
Lk (Lucas) 13:1-9
Sunday:
Ex (Exocdo) 22:20-26;
Ps (Salmos) 18:2-4, 47, 51;
1 Thes (Tesalonicenses) 1:5c-10;
Mt (Mateo) 22:34-40
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Community Life / Vida de la comunidad
Rev. Mark R. Francis,
C President of Catholic Theological Union
cordially invites you to attend a Sunday afternoon
experience October 26 3:00 pm
Caring and Cared for: Responding to Dementia
Presenter: Dr. Regina Wentzel Wolfe, Acting Academic
Dean, Associate Professor of Catholic Theological Ethics,
Catholic Theological Union
Those being cared for and those caring for persons in
various stages of dementia face many challenges. The talk
will focus on ways in which the faith community can assist them and provide companionship on this very difficult journey. It will present the response of the Catholic
Bishops Conference of England and Wales as a model for
raising awareness and creating
“dementia-friendly churches.”
4:00 pm Sunday Eucharist
Presider: Rev. Thomas Nairn, OFM, Senior Director,
Ethics, Catholic Health Association Reception to follow
Catholic Theological Union Academic and Conference
Center (5416 South Cornell Avenue, Chicago.)
Please RSVP by October 17 online: www.ctu.edu/
rsvp or phone: 773.371.5411 Complimentary parking
available in the CTU garage.
General Information / Información General
Mass Schedule
Horario de Misas
Saturday Vigil - 4:30 pm
Sunday - 9:00 am (Signer at this Mass , 11:00 am, 1:00 pm (Spanish)
Monday through Friday - 7:45 am
Saturday - 8:00 am
Vigilia del Sábado - 4:30 pm
Domingo - 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 1:00 pm (Español)
Lunes a Viernes - 7:45 am
Sábado - 8:00 am
Holy Hour Saturday - 7:00-8:00 am
Communion Service
Hora Santa Sábado - 07:00-08 am
Servicio de Comunión
Monday—Friday: 6:15 am in Chapel
Reconciliation (Confessions)
Saturdays at 3:30 pm in church, or upon request.
Baptisms
3rd Sunday of month at 3:00 pm. Preparation is required for parents and godparents. Call Donnalee Floeter 847.864.4517 to arrange.
Weddings
Call Parish Office at least 4 months prior to wedding date.
Communion of the Sick & Homebound
Call Barb Soricelli at 847.864.1185, ext. 42, to make arrangements for
those at home or hospitalized to share in Holy Communion.
Anointing of the Sick
Call Parish Office 847.864.1185
Annulment Resources
Call Barb Soricelli at 847.864.1185, ext. 42.
Addiction Recovery Resource
Free and confidential Addiction Recovery Resource, available to those
who are struggling with an addiction, or for family members and others who love them.
Call: Margaret Mantle at 847.869.3599 or
Kevin Axe at 847.492.9490.
Gay, Lesbian, Family & Friends Outreach
Meets monthly. Call: Karen Allen at 773.761.3052
Family and Friends Support: Georgie Ellis, 773.338.4342.
Family Abuse Ministry
If you or anyone you know IS BEING ABUSED & needs help
***Call the Police—911
*Illinois Domestic Violence HOTLINE (24 hours, multilingual,
confidential) 1-877-863-6338, 1-877-863-6339 TTY
*Between Friends Chicago, IL, (multilingual, confidential, toll-free
CRISIS LINE-1-800-603-HELP (Counseling and Advocacy)
*Evanston YWCA (Offers shelter for abused women/children)
1-877-864-8780
Pregnancy Support
Catholic Charities Maternity Services offers professional counseling
services for pregnant teens, women, birth fathers, and their families
who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. Call 800.227.3002.
Lunes a viernes: 6:15 am en la Capilla (ingles)
Reconciliación (Confesiones) Sábado a 3:30 pm o por cita
Bautizos
El Bautismo se celebra el segundo sábado de cada mes. Los padres y
padrinos deben de participar en formación pre-bautismal. Llame a
Juanita Tamayo a 847.475.1069
Matrimonios
Llame a la Oficina Parroquial por lo menos 4 meses antes de la fecha de
la boda.
Comunión para los enfermos y discapacitados
Lláme a Barb Soricelli a 847.864.1185, ext. 42, para hacer preparativos
por aquellos que están en el hospital o no pueden dejar sus casas, para
que ellos puedan recibir la Comunión.
Uncion de los enfermos Llame a la Oficina Parroquial 847.864.1185
Recursos de Anulación Llame a Barb Soricelli a 847.864.1185. ext. 42.
Quinceañeras
Para más información sobre esta celebración, llame a Yolanda Salgado
847.869.7173.
Presentación de 3 años
Se celebra los domingos durante la misa de 1:00 pm o el segundo sábado
del mes. Necesita registrarse con 2 semanas de anticipación. Para más
información llame 847.864.1185.
Ayuda para Recuperarse de la Adicción
La parroquia ofrece una ayuda gratuita y confidencial para recuperarse de
la adicción, disponible para todos los que están luchando con una adicción, o
para sus familiares o aquellos que los aman. Llame a 773.489.6438.
Ministerio de Abuso Familiar
Si usted o alguien que usted conoce está siendo abusado y necesita ayuda
*** Llame a la Policía-911
* Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline (24 horas, multilingüe, confidencial)
1-877-863-6338, TTY 1-877-863-6339
* Entre Amigos Chicago, IL, (multilingüe, confidencial CRISIS línea
gratuita LINE-1-800-603-HELP (Consejería y Abogacía)
* Evanston YWCA (Ofrece refugio para mujeres maltratadas / niños)
1-877-864-8780
Ministerio de Gay, Lesbianas, Familia y Amigos
Se reúne mensualmente. Llame: Karen Allen al 773.761.3052
Familiares y amigos de apoyo: Georgie Ellis, 773.338.4342.
Apoyo de embarazos
Los Servicios de maternidad de Caridades Católicas están ofreciendo
servicios de conserjería profesional para jovencitas y mujeres
embarazadas, para los papás, y familias que estén esperando un bebe no
planeado. Llame at 800.227.3002.
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