February 26, 2017 - Sacred Heart Parish

Sacred Heart Parish
819 N. 16th Avenue, Melrose Park, IL 60160
E-Mail: parish@shsparish.org
www.shsparish.org
PASTOR: Rev. Francisco Ortega
Pastor Emeritus: Rev. Erwin J. Friedl
Permanent Deacons: Mr. Mike Barnish;
Mr. Ray Behrendt; Mr. Norberto Ojeda;
Mr. Eduardo Rodriguez
CHURCH RECTORY:
819 N. 16th Avenue
344-0757
Fax (708) 344-5906
Phone (708)
RECTORY OFFICE HOURS:
Monday - Friday 9:00am-7:30pm
STAFF:
JOSEPH AUGELLI,
Parish Business Manager
RANDY CERQUA,
Director of Music
MIKE CRUZ,
Director of Buildings & Grounds
ARNOLDO MARTINEZ,
Coordinator of Religious Education
MARIA GALVIN - SUE KLAPUT
Office Staff
SCHOOL: 815 N. 16th Avenue
Website: www.shsmelrosepark.com
Phone (708) 681-0240
Fax(708) 681-0454
STAFF:
MRS. BARBARA CICONTE Principal
MRS. CHERYL MILITELLO Secretary
MRS. JUANITA GUERRA Marketing
CONVENT: 1503 Rice St.
Franciscan Sisters
Phone (708)344-6940
Franciscan Resource Center Phone (708)567-5083
Dominican Literacy Center Phone (708)338-0659
School Sisters of St. Francis Phone (708)865-6990
www.facebook.com/sacredheartmelrosepark
MISSION STATEMENT
Sacred Heart Parish is a family of believers
rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ as
professed by the Catholic Church. We
open our lives to the wisdom of the Holy
Spirit that we may see all things in the
light of Faith.
We welcome all on our journey to the
Kingdom of God. Sacred Heart
nourishes the parish family through
the ministries of Evangelization,
Education, Sacramental Worship
and Christian Service.
We offer our time, talents and
treasure as stewards of God’s
Church. We call on each other’s
support as we build God’s Kingdom.
With our Lord’s help, we will live
the Gospel values of Faith, Hope,
Justice and Love.
_________________________
SUNDAY MASSES:
Sat. 5:00 pm,
Sun. 7:30, 9:00, 11:00 am;
and 12:30 pm Spanish
WEEKDAY MASSES: 8:00am
HOLY DAYS: 8:00, 10:00am,
and 7:00pm Bilingual (or as posted)
CONFESSIONS:
Saturday 4:00-4:45pm; & Spanish
1st & 3rd Saturday 4:00-4:45pm
Eighth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
February 26, 2017
Can a mother forget her infant, be without
tenderness for the child of her womb? Even
should she forget, I will never forget you.
— Isaiah 49:15
PARISH INFORMATION
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: The first Friday of each month
from 12:00 Noon to 7:00pm. Exposition at 12:00 Noon; Adoration until 7:00pm; Benediction at 7:00pm
BAPTISMS: All Parents must register at the rectory for the Baptism and preparation class ahead of time.
English Baptisms: Are on the 1st & 4th Sunday of each month at
2:30pm. The Baptismal preparation class is required for parents
and godparents and is held on the 4th Monday of the month at
7:00pm in the rectory meeting room. (holidays excluded)
Spanish Baptisms: Are on the 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month
at 1:00pm. The Baptismal preparation class is required for parents and godparents and is held on the Monday before Baptisms
at 7:00pm in the rectory meeting room. (holidays excluded)
WEDDINGS: Arrangements should be made at the rectory with
a parish priest or deacon at least four months before the wedding. Normally weddings are for parishioners, but special situations will be considered. We recommend a Wedding Mass for
practicing Catholics. We recommend a Wedding Ceremony for
non-practicing Catholics or mixed religion couples. Both are valid
marriages. A priest is necessary for a Wedding Mass.
QUINCEANERA: To have a Quinceanera Mass, a candidate
must have been Confirmed & received First Holy Communion.
Others will have the Prayer Service & Blessing. A deacon can
preside at a Prayer Service & Blessing. All Quinceaneras must
be baptized as Catholic Christians. Arrangements must be made
at the rectory with a priest or deacon at least two months before.
FUNERALS: Arrangements can usually be made with the rectory office by the funeral director. We have the Book of Funeral
Readings at the rectory for families who wish to look them over.
A priest or deacon will usually attend the wake.
SICK CALLS: If someone needs to be Anointed, please call the
rectory when they are seriously ill. Do not wait too long! If someone homebound wishes Holy Communion, please call the rectory. It will usually be brought by a Minister of Care.
NEW PARISHIONERS: Welcome to Sacred Heart Parish!
Please register in the rectory office to be counted!
CHANGE OF ADDRESS: If you leave the parish or move to a
new address, please notify the rectory as soon as possible
PARISH FOOD PANTRY: Open Saturday’s 10:00am-11:30am.
Patrons need to call the rectory by Thursday to reserve food
PARISH ORGANIZATIONS
PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL: President: Maria Galvin; Vice
-President: Sue Zupinski; Secretary: Cris Dorwart; Members:
Rubí Arrellano, Joe Augelli, Mike Barnish, Lois Behrendt, Ray
Behrendt, Randy Cerqua, Barbara Ciconte, Ana Contreros, Don
Klaput, Don Konkel, Debbie Lukasiewicz, Arnoldo Martinez,
Norberto Ojeda, Eduardo & Maribel Rodriguez.
FINANCE COUNCIL: MEMBERS: Pat Esposito, Jorge Estrada,
Salvatore LaMantia, Joanne Pope, Mike Principe.
HOLY NAME SOCIETY: PRESIDENT
Donald Klaput
WOMEN’S CLUB:
PRESIDENT
Debbie Lukasiewicz
HISPANIC MINISTRY: PRESIDENT
Rubí Arellano
SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD: PRESIDENT Shawn Konkel
SCHOOL PTO:
PRESIDENT
Sue Golding
PARISHIONERS: When moving in or out of Sacred
Heart Parish, please notify the Rectory Office.
YOUR WILL: Please remember Sacred Heart Parish in
your wills and bequests.
PARISH ORGANIZATIONS & PARISHIONERS are
encouraged to write articles for the Bulletin and the
Church Web Site. Bulletin copy must be in the Rectory
Office no later than 12:00 Noon Each Monday (earlier
on holiday weeks). Copy material received past the deadline will not be published in the Bulletin until the following weekend. All copy material is subject to approval.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26:
11:00am English CCD Family Mass
2:30pm English Baptisms
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27:
6:30pm STEM (Upper Grade Building)
7:00pm English Baptismal Preparatory Class (Rectory)
7:00pm School Board Meeting (Teacher’s Lounge)
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28:
5:30pm Brownies (Upper Grade Library)
6:30-8:00pm Span. Adult Confirmation Class (Room 13)
7:00pm Tae Kwon Do (Upper Grade Hall)
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1:
Ash Wednesday
*Check Schedule for all Masses & Prayer Services*
7:00-9:00pm Youth Group Leader Meeting (Room 13)
THURSDAY, MARCH 2:
7:00pm Tae Kwon Do (Upper Grade Hall)
7:00pm Spanish Lenten Reflections (Church)
FRIDAY, MARCH 3:
12:00-6:00pm Adoration and Benediction at 6:00pm
6:00pm English Stations of the Cross
6:30pm Soup and Bread (Marian Hall)
7:00pm Spanish Stations of the Cross
Spanish Lenten Reflections
7:00-9:00pm Youth Group (Room 13)
7:30pm Spanish Choir (Church)
SATURDAY, MARCH 4:
9:00am Tae Kwon Do (Upper Grade Hall)
10:10am CCD Lenten Reconciliation (Church) and
Parent Meeting (Marian Hall)
11:30am CCD Choir (Church)
Hispanic Ministry Tamale Sale After 5:00pm Mass
7:00pm Spanish Healing Concert (Church)
SUNDAY, MARCH 5:
Hispanic Ministry Tamale Sale After All Masses
2:30pm English Baptisms
Next week, we will take up the Collection for the Church in Central and Eastern
Europe. This collection supports the Church
in over 20 countries, many of which are still
struggling to recover in the aftermath of Soviet rule. Funds from this collection support
pastoral care, catechesis, building renovations, and seminary formation. Your support restores the Church and
builds the future in this region. Please prayerfully consider how you can support the collection next week.
More information can be found at www.usccb.org/ccee.
La próxima semana realizaremos la Colecta para la
Iglesia en Europa Central y Oriental. Esta colecta sostiene a
la Iglesia en más de 20 países, muchos de los cuales todavía
están luchando por recuperarse luego de haber estado bajo
el régimen soviético. Los fondos de esta colecta financian
el cuidado pastoral, la catequesis, la renovación de edificios
y la formación de seminaristas. El apoyo que usted da
restaura la Iglesia y construye el futuro en esta región.
Por favor, en oración, considere cómo puede contribuir a la
colecta la próxima semana. Puede encontrar más
información en www.usccb.org/ccee.
Dear Parishioners:
We are just a few days from Lent. This is a special time for reflection and prayer; but also is an opportunity to improve our spiritual life and our practice of faith. Cardinal Cupich is inviting us this year
to increase our time of SILENCE in all our liturgical celebrations.
Today I invite you to join me on this mission. Practice and keeping silence in our place of worship
is crucial for our spiritual life. I have noticed that after our Sunday Masses and sometimes before, we
can get involved in conversations and chatting that disturb our silence in Church. We are socializing
more than praying. Why don’t we change this during this year? We can help each other to pray, letting
our brothers and sisters to prepare in mind and heart to celebrate the mystery of our redemption. I know we can help each
other to celebrate with devotion in our sacred liturgy. We may find a lot of reasons and excuses to try to justify why we
talk before and after Mass, but we need to remember and be aware that our temple is a place of prayer, dialogue and encounter with God and our Saviour!
During Lent I will share with you an article from Cardinal Robert Sarah, Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments; he discusses the meaning of “SILENCE” in the Roman liturgy. It will be divided into 6 parts. So each Sunday of Lent we will get information and material to reflect during the week, and to put
into practice this virtue, so important and necessary for us. I hope this material will help you to live in a deeper way this
Lent. As a matter of fact, “IN THE SILENCE OF YOUR HEART, YOU WILL HEAR HIS VOICE”.
Also, for this time of Lent I invite you to try something new and different. You can sign up for an email program
called “Best Lent Ever”, it is FREE, and it is featuring the internationally acclaimed speaker and New York Times bestselling author Matthew Kelly. From Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday, Mr. Kelly will help you identify what stands between you and happiness . . . and what to do about it. Are you ready for your best Lent ever? Go to BestLentEver.com
to sign up.
Blessings to all!
Rev. Francisco Ortega, Pastor
Sacred Heart Women's Club
St. Joseph Sweet Table
El club de mujeres serán los anfitriones de un día de
San José de mesa dulce. Por favor únase a nosotros.
Saturday, March 18th After 5 pm Mass
Sunday, March 19th
After All Masses - Después de todas las Misas
Donated "sweets" may be dropped off. Help is wanted.
Dulces donados pueden ser dejados en la rectoría de la iglesia. Se quiere ayuda.
Friday/Viernes, March 18th from 9am to 5pm at the Rectory OR
Saturday/Sabado, March 19th in the Marian hall (o en el sótano de la iglesia) from 3 to 5pm.
May St. Joseph Bless YOU! ¡Que san José os bendiga!
ADORATION OF THE
BLESSED SACRAMENT
Friday, March 3rd
12:00 – 6:00pm with Benediction at 6pm
"The devotion to the Eucharist is the most noble, because
it has God as its object; it is the most profitable for salvation, because it gives us the Author of Grace; it is the
sweetest, because the Lord is Sweetness Itself." - St. Pius
To Teach Who Christ is Collection Update
Our Parish Goal/La Meta
Families Who Pledged/ Donativos
Total Pledged/Promesa Total
Cash Collected/Dinero Recaudado
% Collected/% Recaudado
Parish Share/Parte de la Parroquia
$335,000
156
$329,160
$36,717
11%
$22,030
Joyful Again! Program for Widowed Men & Women
Are you widowed? Have you reached a crossroads? Are you at a turning point? Do you
want to move forward with your life, while
still treasuring your memories? The Joyful
Again program brings understanding and hope
to help you in your life's new journey.
This workshop/retreat will be held at:
-Our Lady of the Angels, House of Prayer (13820 Main
St, Lemont, IL) on March 4th & 5th
-Presence/Holy Family Medical Center (100 N River Rd,
Des Plaines, IL) on March 25th & 26th
For information or to register, call 708-354-7211.
CHURCH ETIQUETTE:
The priest should be the last in & the first out of church.
Please TURN OFF cell phones before entering the
Church for Mass or any other Liturgical service.
Mining for the Dark for Healing Gold:
Writing about Difficult Relationships
The Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-theWoods, IN, will host this event on March 17th-18th at
Providence Spirituality & Conference Center. Memoir writing and poetry can offer people an opportunity to speak truthfully, as speaking about wounded
relationships can be hard. Cost is $200, which includes meals and housing, or $150 without housing.
Register online at Events.SistersofProvidence.org or
by calling 812-535-2952 or by emailing
jfrost@spsmw.org.
Trinity High School Second Block Honor Roll
The following young ladies from our parish received honors for the second block of the 2016-17 school year:
Olivia Cacciatore, ‘19; Carlotta Ferri, ‘19; Stephanie
Flores, ‘19; Victoria Gvist, ‘18; Alexa Mendoza, ‘18
Congratulations, ladies! Keep up the good work. God Bless!
OPERATION RICE BOWL
KICK-OFF
As Lent begins, we invite everyone to
participate in Operation Rice-Bowl by
taking home a Rice Bowl this weekend
February 25/26. This project, run by
Catholic Relief Services, provides a great opportunity for
a meaningful Lenten observance. By following the daily
suggestions in the rice Bowl calendar we observe the traditional Lenten practices of prayer, fasting & almsgiving.
The Operation Rice Bowl program also gives us the
chance to go further, by learning & helping as well.
Through the Rice Bowl materials, we learn about the poor
& underprivileged all around the world & we have the
chance to help make their lives better by praying for them
& giving what we save in the Rice Bowl to them. It’s a
great way to observe Lent & make the world a little better
by helping the poorest of God’s children. Please take a
Rice Bowl home & participate in this worthwhile project.
The Rice Bowls will be available in both English and
Spanish in boxes at the church entrances.
Blankets Wanted
Clean, Good Conditioned
Blankets for Homeless
Free Pick-Up 8 or more
Please put in individual
plastic bags
Call 708.344.3399
Are you looking for an opportunity to volunteer? Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago is looking for helpful,
friendly volunteers to serve as greeters at the hospitality
table at 721 N LaSalle Street in Chicago. Volunteers welcome guests and help with the intake of clothing donations. Volunteers serve a two or three hour shift on a
Monday, Thursday, or Friday of their choice between
8:30am - 2:30pm. For more information, email volunteer@catholiccharities.net or call the Volunteer Relations
department at 312-655-7322.
Total Sunday Collection Feb 19, 2017
Budgeted Sunday Collection
Difference - net deficit
Total Weekly Collection for Year
Budgeted Weekly Collection for Year
Difference for Year - net deficit
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,900
6,750
(2,850)
144,585
229,500
(84,915)
Total Parishioner Envelopes: 205 envelopes received
Total Children's Envelopes:
38 envelopes received
Thank you for your generous sacrifices for the
support of Sacred Heart Parish!
(Fiscal Year is July 1st, 2016 through June 30th, 2017)
In the Silence of Your Heart, You Will Hear His Voice
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES
March 1st 2017
Masses
English
Spanish
8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
Prayer Services
Thursday, March 2nd
Friday, March 3rd
7:00 p.m. Spanish Lenten Talk
Saturday, March 4th
7:00 p.m. Spanish Healing Concert with Anointing of the Sick
English
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
Spanish
1:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS & SOUP & BREAD
We all will join for “Stations of the Cross” in the Church at
6:00pm in English & at 7:00pm in Spanish. We will be serving
Soup & Bread on Fridays during Lent at 6:30pm in the Marian
Hall. We may be able to skip a meal & experience hunger &
thirst in the world. One way to observe Lent.
LENTEN OBLIGATIONS
FAST & ABSTINENCE: Abstinence from meat is to be observed by all Catholics 14 years old and older
on Ash Wednesday and on all the Fridays of Lent. Fasting is to be observed on Ash Wednesday by all Catholics who are 18 years of age but not yet 59. Those who are bound by this may take only one full meal. Two
smaller meals are permitted if necessary to one’s needs, but eating solid foods between meals is not permitted. The special Paschal fast, as well as abstinence, are prescribed for Good Friday and encouraged for Holy
Saturday.
Todos los católicos mayores de 14 años, deben abstenerse de comer carne el Miércoles de Ceniza y todos los viernes
de Cuaresma. El Ayuno debe ser observado el Miércoles de Ceniza por todos los católicos que han-cumplido los dieciocho (18) años pero no han llegado a los cincuenta y nueve (59). Estas personas sólo pueden hacer una comida completa, y dos comidas pequeñas si son necesarias para mantener las fuerzas, de acuerdo a las necesidades individuales,
pero no se permite alimento sólido entre las comidas. El ayuno así como la abstinencia Pascual especial obliga el
Viernes Santo y es recomendada en el Sábado Santo también.
PRAYER Please try to devote as much time to prayer & reflection as possible. Morning Mass is at 8:00AM
every day! Stations of the Cross are prayed every Friday of Lent at 6:00PM in English & 7:00PM in Spanish.
ALMSGIVING Please try to help the poor during Lent. There are a number of ways. Operation Rice Bowl,
Alms for the Poor, bringing clothes for Catholic Charities on the last Sunday, & bringing food for our parish
pantry on the second Sunday of the month are all ways we can help the less fortunate.
En el silencio de tu corazón, escucharás su voz
Miércoles de ceniza
1 de marzo de 2017
Jueves, 2 de marzo
Viernes, 3 de marzo
7:00 p.m. Cuaresma español
Sábado, 4 de marzo
7:00 p.m. Concierto de
Sanación con Unción de los
Enfermos en Español
Misas
Inglés
8:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
Español
8:00 p.m.
Servicios de oración
Inglés
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
Español
1:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
Queridos hermanos y hermanas en Cristo:
Estamos a sólo unos días de la Cuaresma, este es un momento especial no solo para la reflexión
y la oración, sino también una oportunidad para mejorar nuestra vida espiritual y nuestra práctica
Notas de la fe. El Cardenal Cupich nos invita este año a aumentar nuestro tiempo de SILENCIO en todas
del nuestras celebraciones litúrgicas.
Párroco
Hoy les invito a unirse a mí en esta misión. Practicar y guardar silencio en nuestro lugar de oración es crucial para nuestra vida espiritual. He notado que después de nuestras misas dominicales y
a veces antes, podemos involucrarnos en conversaciones y charlas que perturban nuestro silencio en
la Iglesia. Muchas veces socializamos más de lo que oramos. ¿Por qué no cambiamos esto durante este año? Podemos
ayudarnos unos a otros a orar, dejando que nuestros hermanos y hermanas se preparen en mente y corazón para celebrar
el misterio de nuestra redención. Sé que podemos ayudarnos unos a otros a celebrar con devoción nuestra sagrada liturgia. Podemos encontrar muchas razones y excusas para tratar de justificar por qué hablamos antes o después de la misa,
pero debemos recordar y ser conscientes de que nuestro templo es un lugar de oración, diálogo y encuentro con Dios y
con nuestro Salvador
Durante la Cuaresma, compartiré con ustedes un artículo del Cardenal Robert Sarah, Prefecto de la Congregación para el Culto Divino y la Disciplina de los Sacramentos, que discute el significado de "SILENCIO" en la liturgia romana.
Se dividirá en 6 partes. Así que cada domingo de Cuaresma tendremos información y material para reflexionar durante la
semana, y poner en practica esta virtud, tan importante y necesaria para nosotros. Espero que este material les ayude a
vivir de una manera más profunda esta Cuaresma, recuerda que, "EN EL SILENCIO DE TU CORAZÓN, OIRAS SU
VOZ".
Además, para este tiempo de Cuaresma los invito a probar algo nuevo y diferente. Ustedes pueden inscribirse en un
programa de correo electrónico llamado "Best Lent Ever", es GRATIS, y está protagonizada por el orador internacionalmente aclamado y autor de libros “Best Seller” de New York Times Matthew Kelly. Desde el Miércoles de Ceniza hasta
el Domingo de Pascua, Kelly les ayudará a identificar lo que se interpone entre usted y la felicidad. . . Y qué hacer al
respecto.
¿Estás listo para tu mejor Cuaresma? Ve a BestLentEver.com para registrarte.
Bendiciones!
Rv. Francisco Ortega, Párroco
Joe Bracco, Nico Carbonara Filice, Anna Cascio, Arocho Cisco, Rick Clohecy, Agnes Coco,
Tony Coco, Irene Enlow, Marcella Excell, Florence Curinka, Diane Fahey, Edna Faillo, Lenn
Gassmann, Jenine Gollogoy, Henric Hauser,
Cesar Hernandez Jr., Tom Huff, Florence Klaput, Hayley
Koujaian, Michael Karalis, Antonio Lemon, Timoteo Martinez, Stella Marzillo, Lois Mathewson, Angela Militello,
Carmeline Mincy, Edilberto Nava, Michael O’Rourke, Diane
Panico, John & Linda Puccio, Beatriz & Hilario Ramirez Jr.,
Lauren Rende, Lupita Reyes, Diane Rohan, Rosa Santos,
Connie Tramontana
…AND ALL OF OUR HOMEBOUND PARISHIONERS.
Heavenly Father, Look upon our brothers and sisters who are ill. In
the Midst of illness and pain, may they be united with Christ, who
heals both body and soul; may they know the consolation promised to those who suffer and be fully restored to health. We ask
this in the name of Jesus the Lord.
If you or one of your loved ones wish to be included on or taken
off the sick list each month, please call the Rectory at 344-0757.
Richard Culotta and Rosangela Pelagio
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The Perez Family
The Sanchez Family
May 13th - Spartan 5K
May 21st - Dinner at
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time
SAT 5:00pm +Terry Barcal
by Family
+Don Cervone
by Jeanne Flyke & Family
+Tiburcio Pineiro Perez
by Family
7:30
+Joseph Militello
by Mr & Mrs Edwin Trespeces
+Christopher Haudek
by Nana
9:00 -Mass for the People
11:00 +Patricia Leal-Morganti
by Family
12:30pm(Spanish) +Guadalupe Botello - 1 Year
Anniversary
by Diaz Family
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27
8:00
+Michael Rakauskas
by E. Chesna
+Donald Richter - Dad
by Richter Family
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
8:00
+Jack Militello
by Wife
+Vern Meyerhofer
by Family
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1
Ash Wednesday
8:00 +Frank Anguilo & Josephine Pantano
by Angiullo Family
+Jay Rogalski
by Kenost Family
10:00am -Mass for the People
6:30pm +Norbert Zupinski
by Wife
8:00pm (Spanish) -Misa para el Pueblo
THURSDAY, MARCH 2
8:00
+Anne M. Caprini
by Family
+Joe Chiusolo
by Kenost Family
+Louis Q. Manfredi by Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Carbon
FRIDAY, MARCH 3
8:00
+Aurel Caprini
by Sam & Betty Petruso
+John Outly
by Dominican Literacy Center
SATURDAY, MARCH 4
8:00
-Edward & Beth - Blessings
Love, Gram
+Norbert Zupinski
by Wife
5:00
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+Ed Shuma
by Family
+Jack Kay
by Kay Family
+Deceased Members of Rinaldi Family
SUNDAY, MARCH 5
1st Sunday of Lent
7:30 +Vern Meyerhofer
by Ann Marie Militello
9:00 +Fred Mosco
by Ray & Lois Behrendt
11:00 +Anthony Ciangi, Sr.
by Family
+Susan & Thomas DelRegno
by Nina DelRegno
+Ann Lucchesi
by Daughter
12:30pm(Spanish) +Tiburcio Pineiro Perez
by Francine & Benita
CELEBRANT/LITURGICAL MINISTER SCHEDULE for Saturday/Sunday, March 4/5, 2017
5:00pm
7:30am
9:00am
11:00am
12:30pm
Celebrant
Fr. Francisco Ortega Fr. Francisco Ortega Fr. Francisco Ortega Fr. Francisco Ortega Fr. Francisco Ortega
Grace Marella
Linda Nelson
Lois Behrendt
Kristin Trusco
Alicia Dubroca - L
Juanita Ruiz - L
Israel Rosales - S
Phil Cardaropoli
Lauren Marella
Sue Zupinski
Sister Jan
Susan Golding
Lana Book
Lazara Dubroca
Diane Trusco
Mireya
Rodrigo
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
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1600 Chicago Avenue
Melrose Park, IL 60160
(708) 344-0714
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