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3900 Meadow Drive,
Rolling Meadows, IL
60008
Parish House:
847-394-8100
Fax: 847-394-8102
Website:
www.stcolette.org
Parish House Office Hours
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sat. 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday - Closed
No matter what your present status in the
Catholic Church,
No matter what your current family or
marital situation,
No matter what your past or present situation,
No matter what your personal history, age,
background, race, etc.,
No matter what your own self image or self-esteem.
You are invited, welcomed, accepted,
loved, and respected at
St. Colette Catholic Church!
We are so happy to have you here!
MASS SCHEDULE
Monday - Friday
6:30am (Liturgy of the Word)
8:00am
Saturday
8:30am & 5:00pm
Sunday
7:30am & 9:00am & 10:30am
12:00pm (Español)
Reconciliation
Saturday– After 8:30AM
mass
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Mass Intentions for the week of
November 1st– November 9th
-------------Intenciones del la Misa durante la semana
Del 1 de noviembre al 9 de noviembre
Each Mass is offered for
all the faithful, living and
dead. The following are
specifically remembered
this week.
SATURDAY– November 1st, All Saints (Not a Holy Day of Obligation this year)- Solemnity
8:30AM People of St. Colette
5:00PM Frank Miller, Adam Drobny, Wladyslaw Drobny, Maria Drobny, Staszek Moskala,
Andzej Moskala
SUNDAY– November 2nd, The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls’ Day)
7:30AM Sr. Jo-Ann Brdecka O.S.F., Joseph J. Brdecka, Erin Miller, James Stuerebaut, Eleanore Healy
Kathy Goldbeck Haut
9:00AM Danny Miller, Gregg Miller, Joseph Clark Jay, Thomas Sherman, John Wojnick, Marian Kantor
10:30AM Eleanore Healy, Joseph Skowron, Barbara Lasso, Joan Cersani, Adam Drobny
12:00PM Silvia Valdivia
MONDAY - November 3rd, St. Martin de Porres, Religious
8:00AM Lillian Dottner, Vicente Rossillo
TUESDAY—November 4th, St. Charles Borromeo, Bishop– OBL.
8:00AM Jean Williams
WEDNESDAY – November 5th
8:00AM People of St. Colette
THURSDAY– November 6th
8:00AM People of St. Colette
FRIDAY - November 7th, First Friday
8:00AM Esther Foropoulos
SATURDAY– November 8th
8:30AM People of St. Colette
5:00PM Frank Miller, Paul Chybicki, Michael Chybicki, Louise Chybicki, Katherine Maloney,
Robert Pitts
SUNDAY– November 9th, The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica, FEAST
7:30AM Sr. Jo-Ann Brdecka O.S.F., Joseph J. Brdecka, Erin Miller, James Stuerebaut, Eleanore Healy
Vince Goldbeck
9:00AM Danny Miller, Gregg Miller, Joseph Clark Jay, Thomas Sherman, Daniel Moreno Sr.
Daniel Moreno Jr.
10:30AM Eleanore Healy, Barbara J. Lasso, Adam Drobny, Walter Callaghan, Ruby Padavatton,
Violet Jones
12:00PM Silvia Valdivia
Tomasz Sarzynski & Elzbieta Augustyn
Erik Smolen & Kelly Franzen
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EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
A TRULY PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS.
In a letter to a child preparing to receive their first Holy Communion, St. Pope John Paul II wrote of the
Holy Eucharist, “Jesus in the greatest Friend you will ever have….tell Him your secrets, tell Him your joys
and the things that make you sad. Tell Him about the people who you love.”
Eucharistic Adoration helps us to be more personally involved with Christ because it makes the Eucharist
more central in the lives of people. By spending time with Jesus in the Eucharist, one is able to establish a
truly personal relationship with Him.
Go in silence. Feel the peace that fills your soul. It brings peace. You will receive renewed strength, energy and it will help you to bring comfort and peace to a suffering world.
Please feel encouraged to spend a few moments, a half hour or an hour in Holy Adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament.
The Carmelite nun and Doctor of the Church, St. Teresa of Avila, heard someone say to her, “If only I had
seen Jesus, if only I had lived at the time of Jesus.” To this she responded: “But do we not have in the Eucharist the living true and real Jesus present before us?
Our Lord is forever with us He Himself says: Behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of
the world”
ON THE 1ST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH AT ST. COLETTE PARISH SPEND TIME WITH JESUS IN
HOLY ADORATION. Adoration is held in the Chapel from after Mass at 8:00 a.m. until 5:45 pm Benediction.
Attention Young Adults!
Young Adult Ministry—Northwest Chicago is gathering young adults in their 20s and 30s for the following upcoming events. Come out and join us for a great time and meet other young adults in the area!
Feed My Starving Children
Thursday, November 6, 7:45 pm
Schaumburg, IL
Habitat for Humanity Workday
Saturday, November 8, 8:00-3:00
Elgin, IL
Fall Pot Luck and Game Night
Saturday, November 15, 7:00 pm
St. Hubert Church, Hoffman Estates
Adoration and Benediction
Thursday, November 20, 7:00 pm
St. John the Evangelist Church, Streamwood
To RSVP and for more info about any of these events, find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/
yamnwc/ or email us at yamnw.suburbs@gmail.com
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ALL SOULS DAY
All Souls Day is Coming .Our
Deceased Loved Ones Will be
Celebrated On:
Please donate any non-perishable food items
for our Thanksgiving food pantry. We help
over 20 local families with a huge box of
food. All you need to do is donate just one
item to help them. Bring your food to Halpin
Hall for the Food Pantry workers to
distribute. Thank you!
Sunday November 2nd at
a 5:00PM Mass
Everyone is Welcome
We will honor those who have died in the past year.
We ask you bring a memento of your loved one to
this Mass.
This may be a small photo, candle, etc….
We are building a shrine for your loved ones.
The will be on display through the weekend of
November 22nd & 23rd. So , please be a part of this
celebration. Bring your mementos to Mass labeled
with your NAME,ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER and place them on the shrine that is set up for
them on Saturday October 25th &
Sunday October 26th.
All Parishioners are invited. Please remove the mementos by the weekend of November 22nd & 23rd
which is the weekend before Thanksgiving.
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See What’s Happening at St. Colette this Week!
Monday, November 3rd
6:30PM
FOCUS Planning Mtg./REOFC
Tuesday, November 4th
6:30PM
7:30PM
Reconciliation Parent Meeting/HH
Lector Practice/CH
Wednesday, November 5th
5:30PM
7:00PM
Share Faith
Spanish Choir Practice/CH
Thursday, November 6th
7:00PM
Adult Choir Rehearsal/CH
Friday, November 7th
First Friday
8:00AM— 5:45PM Eucharistic Adoration
5:30PM
Bingo/HH
Saturday, November 8th
10:00AM
10:00AM
Craft Fair/HH
Share Faith
Sunday, November 9th
5:00PM
6:00PM
Share Faith
Poverty Talk for Confirmation Teens/HH
Weekly Stewardship Reflection
Collection for the Weekend of Oct. 26 2014
Colecta del fin de semana de Oct. 26 2014
Total Collection: $8,729.84
(Colecta Total)
Total Attendance: 993
(Asistencia Total)
Thank you for your continued generosity
May God bless you!
Gracias por su generosidad continua.
Dios los bendiga!
“Those who trust in him will understand truth, and
the faithful will abide with him in love, because
grace and mercy are upon his elect, and he watches
over his holy ones.” - Wisdom of Solomon 3:9
Here’s the ironic thing about people who are
generous. Those that give freely and cheerfully do
not do it to be rewarded. They do it to show their
love for God and their neighbors. Yet, because of
their generosity, they typically are given more than
they gave away!
November
8th & 9th
Saturday
5:00PM
Sunday
7:30AM
Sunday
9:00AM
Sunday
10:30AM
Sunday
12:00PM
Presider
Fr. Brian Simpson
Fr. Brian Simpson
Fr. Jim Murphy
Fr. Peter Galek
Fr. Brian Simpson
Lectors
Ryzner & Gray
Loesch & Arroyo
I. & L. Vineyard
B. Bansfield
M. Lee
R. Tjomas
B. & L. Lovitsch
M. & T. Loesch
J. Simeon
J. Healy
C. Switchenberg
C. Truskowski
J. Kuhn
TEEN FOCUS
MASS
M. Flanagan
M. Barnes
A. Reza
S. Kuniven
N. O’Connor
L. Lota
D. Nichols
TBD
Eucharistic
Ministers
Austerlade &
Lukawski
E. Reading
M. & T. Benson
J. Leschman
D. Kuforiji
M. Bugiel
J. Pierson
Altar Servers
N. Szczepkowski
I. Szczepkowski
J. Kosior
S. Shirmer
A. Hernandez
A. Marron
N. Rattin
I. Konopka
V. Petrov
N. Otano
E. Otano
J. Runde
T. Perez
TBD
TBD
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Weekly Reflection
GOD'S WORD TODAY
Today the Church remembers all who have
walked the way of Christ and passed from this life.
The readings all look to the last day, when we shall
all rise from the dead and be reunited.
The first reading passage from Wisdom comforts us and assures us that all who live a life of virtue and justice will find life eternal. Even if they
have suffered in this life, they will be comforted and
consoled in the next, and no torment can touch them
there. The reading from Romans urges us to recognize that, because of Christ's paschal mystery and
our entrance into that mystery through baptism, we
now share in the new life won by Christ. This recognition has repercussions: living righteously now, that
we might rise to life forever with Christ on the last
day. In the Gospel reading, Jesus pledges that all
that the Father has given him will not be lost. All the
faithful will be raised to joy and kept safe forever in
the presence of God.
Finally, today's liturgy focuses us on where
we're heading. And where is that? To the destination
of all of life's roads: home. Home is not a house in
the country, an apartment in the city, or a condo in
the suburbs. Home is not where we dwell; it's where
we are loved. Today's feast makes it clear that all
relationships, and therefore all loves, are fleeting,
passing, destined to end--all but one. God is relationship without termination, love without end. And
eternal life with God is a home free from death, separation, and disappointment. Let's take time today to
listen for God's invitation home. It's one that comes
to every faithful person.
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Company
STEPPING OUT IN FAITH
Can you stay with the Lord for one holy hour? We
need adorers to be present with our Lord for one
hour on each First Friday of the month. We especially need adorers in the afternoon hours.
Please call Marge at 847-259-2048 or
Gail at 847-366-3033.
The 2014 Election
This November we
will have the opportunity to
cast our ballot in order to help
shape the direction of our
country and our state for the
next two years and beyond.
Election season offers us the
opportunity to reflect on the issues affecting our state
and our nation, and to decide who will represent us
during the next few years. Obviously, there are a
number of ways each of us determines how to cast
our ballot, but as bishops and teachers of the faith we
recommend that you take the time to review the principles in Faithful Citizenship. You can go to
www.ilcatholic.org for a copy.
John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the
United States said, “Always vote on principle, though
you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.”
Practicing Faithful Citizenship flows from a wellformed conscience. What do we mean when we refer
to “conscience”? According to the Catechism of the
Catholic Church, paragraph 1777, “Moral conscience,
present at the heart of the person, enjoins him at the
appropriate moment to do good and to avoid evil. It
also judges particular choices, approving those that
are good and denouncing those that are evil. It bears
witness to the authority of truth in reference to the
supreme Good to which the human person is drawn,
and it welcomes the commandments. When he listens
to his conscience, the prudent man can hear God
speaking.” Conscience is the carrier of truth, not of
self-will.
This note, obviously, will not tell you whom
to vote for, but it will help you to reflect on the issues
and the person that can best promote the common
good. Reflecting on principles and practicing Faithful
Citizenship is not easy. It will require serious Catholics to inform themselves of the issues important to
the Faithful Citizen and to act accordingly. Some information can be found at www.ilcatholic.org to assist you
Ministry of Care
If you are sick or recovering from an
operation, the Ministry of Care
at St. Colette would like to bring
communion to you.
Please call the Parish House at
(847) 394-8100 to make an appointment..
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Reflecion Semanal
LA PALABRA DE DIOS HOY
La fiesta de hoy, que se celebra a fines del
otoño, nos brinda la oportunidad de reflexionar y valorar a Aquél que salva cada hoja que cae y busca comunión con la tierra, Aquél que nos asegura que nunca estamos muertos, a pesar de que todos moriremos
y el invierno esté en camino. La liturgia de hoy nos
recuerda que así como el viñador recoge uvas en el
otoño y el espigador recoge cereales en el otoño, nosotros somos recogidos como la cosecha del deseo de
Dios.
La liturgia de hoy también nos ayuda a centrar nuestra atención en todas las cosas a las que nos
lleva el otoño, concretamente la meta de nuestra vida:
la vida eterna. Requiere audacia declarar que creemos
en la vida eterna. Sabemos que forma parte de nuestro instinto querer creer que existe una vida sin horizontes. Dentro de esta creencia existe nuestro deseo
de un amor más completo. Porque cuando vivimos el
fuego del amor en nuestra vida, la amenaza de que se
extinga está siempre latente. Queremos un amor que
no se consuma, que no tenga fin. En el Evangelio,
Jesús nos asegura que los que acudan a él tendrán
vida eterna con Dios, que es amor puro.
Por último, la liturgia de hoy hace hincapié en
el rumbo que llevamos. ¿Adónde vamos? Al destino
de todos los caminos de la vida: el hogar. El hogar no
es una casa en el campo, un apartamento en la ciudad
ni un condominio en los suburbios. El hogar no es
donde vivimos, es donde somos amados. La fiesta de
hoy pone de manifiesto que todas las relaciones, y
por lo tanto todo tipo de amor, son pasajeros, fugaces, y están destinadas a terminar; todas menos
una. Dios es una relación que nunca disminuye, un
amor sin fin. Y la vida eterna con Dios es un hogar
libre de la muerte, la separación y la desilución. Hoy
dediquémonos a escuchar la invitación de Dios a
nuestro hogar. Esta invitación le llega a toda persona
que ha sido fiel. (c) J. S. Paluch Company
Necesitamos ayuda en el
Ministerio Hispano
Intreresdos en servir a Dios como:
Lectores, Ministros de Comunión,
Monaguillos.
Hablar a la casa parroquial
(8470 394-8100
Interesados a servir a Dios como: Ujier
Hablar con Jose Osuna al
(847) 776-0443
Interesados a servir a Dios como:
Miembros del Coro
Hablar con Nicolas Guadarrama al
(847)707-1392
Interesados a servir a Dios como:
Miembro del Equipo Promotor
Hablar con Maria Reza al (847) 414-4727
Adoración del
Santísimo Sacramento
Cada viernes tenemos la Exposición y Adoración del
Santísimo Sacramento en español. Alabanzas y
oraciones empiezan a las 6:00PM. El Primer Viernes
del mes es a las 5:00PM.
ALCOHOLICOS ANONIMOS
Todos los jueves de 7:00PM a 8:30PM en 2262
Algonquin Pkwy, Rolling Meadows.
Hay una reunión abierta para cualquier persona
que busca información o ayuda.
Para más información con el
Sr. Marcelo Villagomez:
847-354-2482
Page Nine– Religious Education
SHARE FAITH RELIGIOUS
EDUCATION CORNER
Overview of National Parish Religious
Education Week
Beginning the week of November 2 – 8,
2014 we will be celebrating for the second year
National Parish Religious Education Week.
Every day of the week some type of religious
education activity is going on in a parish somewhere in the United States and its territories.
As the hub of lifelong faith formation, the parish
– both the people and the place – weaves together essential strands within the fabric of effective Catholic education. NCEA’s annual celebration of National Parish Religious Education
Week highlights the vital role of the parish in
fulfilling the Church’s mission of evangelization
and catechesis.
As a fruit of the Year of Faith, NCEA established the week beginning the first Sunday of
November as an annual National Parish Religious Education Week. During this week,
NCEA focus is on the value of parish-based
efforts to form people of all ages in the Catholic
faith and way of life. Goals for the first few
years of the new celebration include:
Honoring those serving in parish religious
education, Sharing the contributions parish communities are making to sound education in the Catholic
faith, Helping build bridges between Catholic parish
and school educational programs as well as other entities that provide religious instruction and ongoing
faith formation.
The guiding theme for the celebrations in 2013 to
2015 is Encountering Christ Every Day ~
Encuentro con Cristo cada día. Keeping the national theme consistent for the first three years is important to building momentum for the national awareness of the effort, building a “bank” of resources
used in local parish celebrations, and complementing
the changing themes of other efforts such as Catechetical Sunday.
May all we do to advance the Church's mission of
evangelization and catechesis glorify God as we
celebrate encountering Christ everyday.
Please keep Share Faith in your prayers as we
strive to continue to teach and make our small
disciples aware of their personal relationship with
Jesus
FOCUS TEEN NEWS
The FOCUS teens give a big thank you to the Share
Faith 7th and 8th graders who helped bake and serve
at the Pancake Breakfast, to the FOCUS Adult Leaders and the Share Faith Catechists and a special thank
you to our great Parishioners for supporting us as we
fund-raise for our Mission Trip this June in Springfield, Il. We could not do this without you!
God Bless.
FOCUS REMINDERS FOR
NOVEMBER
H.S. CONFIRMATION PREP 1 & 2
Sun. Nov. 2nd 4:00 to 6:00 pm
AND THEN
FOCUS TEEN Small Group Gathering Sunday Nov.
2nd 6:00 to 8:00 pm – Meet in Halpin Hall.
UPCOMING FOCUS EVENTS
NOVEMBER 2014
FOCUS Teen Concessions – Craft Fair
Sat. Nov. 8th 9:00am to 4:00 pm
Pads Sight Set-up @ UCC
Thurs. Nov. 13th 6:00 pm
Help Make Tamales
Saturday Nov. 15th 10:00 to 2:00 pm
Pads Set-up on Thanksgiving Day @UCC
Nov. 27th @10:00 am
Welcome to Online
Giving!
Sacraments/Sacramentos
Baptism/Bau smos
Introducing...GiveCentral!
St. Colette Parish has begun accepting online
donations through GiveCentral, our new online
donation service. GiveCentral is a safe, secure, and
paperless way to make your Sunday offertory and
other contributions.
It was designed specifically for Catholic churches
and schools in the Chicago area, and many other parishes in our Diocese have already found success with
it. The site allows you to make a one time or automatically repeating payments on a schedule that
works best for you, using any credit card, debit card
or electronic bank account.
We believe that having a flexible online giving
option will make it easier for many of you
to support St. Colette.
Visit our website at www.stcolette.org and click on
the “GiveCentral” link or go to
www.GiveCentral.org
and take a couple minutes to set up your donations.
Questions? Please call
Darlene Bulak at the Parish Office
at 847-394-8100.
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Weddings/Bodas
Contact Parish House at least 6 months in advance for adequate planning.
Hablar a la Casa Parroquial con seis meses de
an cipacion para poder planear adecuadamente.
Consider
Remembering
Your Parish in
Your Will.
GEORGE L. BENAS, DDS.
For further information,
please call the Parish Office.
General Dentistry
Conveniently Located at Central
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In English—For registration and more information contact the Parish House 2 months in
advance.
En Español-Para registraciones y mas informacion llamar a la Casa Paroquial con dos
meses de an cipacion.
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PRAYER LIST
Please remember the sick in our parish and keep
them in your prayers.
Por favor recuerden los enfermos de nuestra
parroquia y manténgalos en sus oraciones.
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Brandt Apa
Jade Cali
Kayla Domonico
Michael Gallaghar
Jack & Lorraine Grady
Linda Johnson
Annie Joyce
Mary Kedzie
Gregg Gioulos
Paul Launer
Shirley Lewan
Lucille McCafferty
Barbara McIntyre
Rita Olinake
Jeanine Pickler
Carolyn Skidmore
James Stastny
John Sulek
Dionisia Tejeda
Patty Villadonga
Joseph Wieczorek
Shirley Warden
Don Di John
Jason Frieders
Rimo Loiotile
Caarina Tassoni
Carol Thompson
Karen Peiss
Bob Conway
Maria Gonzalez
Jacob Arroyo
Dennis Beckman
Cheryl Fascano
Laura Couch
Anthony Faflik
Lucia Gonzalez
Myra Garcia
Charlene LeValley
Sally Hedrick
Matt Horvath
Tom Johnson
Gloria Huberty
Jennifer Joyce
Nicole Joyce
Sherrie Kirmse
John Krohn
Christine & Dave Macoahluso
Anne Lefevre
Diane Moreno
Tim Lock
Ronald Lohn
Daniel Krysh
Carmen Barba
Nicholas Mostardo Krista Motley
Lawrence Parker Bob Placek
Guadalupe Robles Lauren Kane
Jack Skrzypek
Jay Foropolous
June Stastny
Phyllis Harmon
Gloria Tapling
James Coleman
Celeste Travino Cristeta R. Vega
Maria Elena Vinaja Miguel Vinaja
Bob Lamb
Vita Caravello
Walter J. Zaremba Louise Zimmer
John Kuhn
Francine McCann
Debbie Weihe
Carole Goehrke
Emily Winterstein Roger Muelleer
Jenifer Vinezeano
Vendea Bowman Ralph Kappelman
Mark Fava
Nati Cervantes
Dan Stoltz
Karva Oats
Johan Valdivia
St. Colette Contact Information
Parish House Office Hours
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sat. 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday - Closed
St. Colette Parish House—(847) 394-8100
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Peter Galek ext. #105
Associate Pastor: Rev. Brian Simpson ext. #104
Weekend Assistants: Fr. Bob Borre and
Fr. James Murphy
Deacon: John Connor (Retired) ext. #140
Pedro Sedano ext. 142
Music Director: Michael Myers ext. #107
Financial Operations Manager: Mrs. Darlene Bulak
ext. #103; darleneb6550@sbcglobal.net
Secretary & Sacramental Records: Mr. Eduardo
Guillen ext. #102; edy.guillen@yahoo.com
Religious Education: Pam Kollman ext. #122
stcolette-religioused@comcast.net
Youth Minister-Focus: Lori Brandt ext. #121
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St. Colette School - 3900 Pheasant Drive
(847) 392-4098
Principal: Mrs. Valerie Zemko ext. #125
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To appear on our Prayers For the Sick list, please notify the
Parish House at (847) 394-8100. We try to revise our list
every two weeks.
Para que puedan ser anunciados en la lista de nuestras
oraciones para los enfermos, por favor llamar a la Casa Parroquial
al 847-394-8100. Nosotros tratamos de revisitar nuestra lista cada
dos semanas.
St. Colette has a
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Be sure to like us to receive
up to date information about events at the parish.
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Bulle n Deadline / Plazo del Boletín
All articles must be dropped off at the Parish House or
emailed to Eduardo Guillen at
edy.guillen@yahoo.com
by noon on Monday to appear in next Sunday’s Bulletin.
Todos los artículos para el boletín deben ser
dejados a la casa parroquial o enviárselo a Eduardo Guillen a
edy.guillen@yahoo.com
Mass Intentions
We encourage everyone to call or come in to the Parish House to request weekday Mass intentions for
your loved ones! Visit or call the Parish House with
all of your intentions at
847-394-8100 ext. 102