1 Community of St. Barbara of Brookfield Third Sunday of Ordinary Time January 26, 2014 Parish Directory Rectory: 4008 Prairie Ave Brookfield, IL Fax: bulle Website: Parish Council: Missionary Spirit: Adult Catechesis: Parish Center: 4015 Prairie Ave. Rev. Robert Casey, Pastor Rev. Bolivar Molina, Associate Pastor Rev. Michael Ahlstrom, Resident Rev. Larry Janowski, O.F.M., Weekend Celebrant Deacon John Debnar Deacon Dave Brencic Sister Margaret Halligan, C.S.J., Pastoral Associate Pastoral Care Office: 4000 Forest Ave. St. Barbara Food Pantry: 9300 W. 47th St Michelle Czmil, Religious Educa on Religious Educa on Office: 8900 Windemere Ave. Peter Bromann, Music Director Angela Lawler, Business Manager Sister Mary Lou Pleitner, C.S.J Administra ve Assistant; Bulle n Editor Weekday Masses: 8:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday Rosary a er 8:00 a.m. Mass -Mon. through Sat. Saturday Masses: 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9:15 and 11:00 a.m., Spanish Mass: 12:30 p.m. Reconcilia on: Saturday 8:45 to 9:30 a.m. Bap sms: 1st and 3rd Sundays at 2:30 p.m. Spanish Bap sms: 2nd and 4th Sundays at 1 2:30 p.m. Arrange beforehand, call the Rectory at Marriage Prepara on: Call the Rectory for informa on Eucharis c Adora on: 2:00 9:00 p.m. every Monday New Parishioners: Register at the Rectory Rectory Office Hours: Monday Friday 9:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Closed on Saturday and Sunday
2 St. Barbara Parish, Brookfield Latin America Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Catholics throughout Latin America and the Caribbean are challenged daily when it comes to nurturing and sharing their faith. Violence, gang activity, and isolation are some of the obstacles which have to be overcome in order for the ministries of the Gospel to succeed in sharing the faith. In the Diocese of Loja, Ecuador, a three-day formation program was conducted for catechists, many of whom work in remote areas. More than 2500 catechists participated in training sessions for rural ministry, youth enrichment, and bible instruction. Many of the participants felt that the experience was informative, enriching, and fortified their spirit as they returned to their parishes. In twenty-two countries of South America and the Caribbean, funds from the Collection for the Church in Latin America provide the assistance that individual parishes need to sustain and enrich the faith of their parishioners. Additionally, your generous support will assist in the formation of seminarians, deacons, religious sisters and brothers, and lay ministers of the Gospel. I am grateful for your support of your local parish, the Archdiocese of Chicago, and the Universal Church. May God continue to bless you and your loved ones in this New Year. You are in my prayers; please keep me in yours. Sincerely yours in Christ, Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I. Archbishop of Chicago Page Two América Latina Queridos hermanos y hermanas en Cristo, Católicos a lo largo de toda América Latina y el Caribe son desafiados diariamente cuando se trata de nutrir y compartir su fe. La violencia, el pandillerismo, y el aislamiento son unos de los obstáculos que tienen que ser superados para que así los ministerios del Evangelio puedan triunfar en compartir la fe. En la Diócesis de Loja, Ecuador, un programa de formación de tres días fue realizado para catequistas, muchos de los cuales trabajan en áreas muy remotas. Más de 2500 catequistas participaron en sesiones de formación para el ministerio rural, enriquecimiento juvenil, e instrucción biblia. Muchos de los participantes consideraron que la experiencia fue informativa, enriquecedora y fortificó su espíritu al regresar a sus parroquias. En veintidós países de Sudamérica y el Caribe, los fondos de la Colecta para la Iglesia en América Latina proporcionan la ayuda que las parroquias necesitan para mantener y enriquecer la fe de sus feligreses. Además, su generoso apoyo contribuirá a la formación de seminaristas, diáconos, religiosas y religiosos, y ministros laicos del Evangelio. Estoy muy agradecido por su apoyo a su parroquia local, a la Arquidiócesis de Chicago, y a la Iglesia Universal. Que Dios continúe bendiciéndoles a usted y a todos sus seres queridos en este Año Nuevo. Están ustedes presentes en mis oraciones, y les pido que por favor me tengan presente en las suyas. Sinceramente suyo en Cristo, Cardenal Francis George, O.M.I. Arzobispo de Chicago Coffee and Conversa on Please join the Sisters of St. Joseph for Coffee & Conversa on on Saturday, February 1st, at 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. in Welcome Hall, 1515 W. Ogden Avenue in LaGrange Park. The topic is presented by Sister Mary Jo Curtsinger, CSJ: Gospel Portraits of Jesus. Presenta on descrip on: What are we to make of the fact that the Bible gives us four accounts of Jesus' life? What difference might it make in the way that we pray with images of Christ and God, and witness the Good News to others? Come and join us to get a glimpse of Jesus in these ar s c masterpieces! No RSVP is necessary; this is a drop in event. A free will offering may be made. One future dialogue is scheduled: March 22, 2014: Praying All Ways During Lent by Pat Bergen CSJ. Ques ons? Contact Simona: ,
3 Third Sunday of Ordinary Time January 26, 2014 Page Three From the Pastor s Desk... This past week the Parish Office sent out the Contribution Statements for Some of our parishioners use this statement to assist them with the filing of their income taxes. All of our parishioners who have contributed to Saint Barbara use this as an opportunity to consider their level of stewardship to our parish. If you contribute only with cash and coins and not in a marked envelope, this may be an opportunity for you to formalize your commitment to Saint Barbara Parish and become a registered parishioner. Using an envelope for your contributions offers us an opportunity to thank you for your generosity. It also gives you the ability to monitor more closely how much you give to the parish each month. Studies of church contributions show that it is not so important the amount of one s contributions as it is the necessity of giving intentionally. Intentional givers tend to demonstrate a true stewardship of their church. If you are someone who has become an intentional giver, having registered as a parishioner and using envelopes to make your contributions, perhaps this is an opportunity to reflect on your level of stewardship. As someone who has made the choice to be a Saint Barbara parishioner, once in a while it is good to consider how you contribute your time, talent and treasure. Will you continue your current level of commitment to our parish? Can you offer something more? There is also the possibility of online giving. For some of our parishioners using the services of Give Central makes contributing to Saint Barbara that much easier. There are informational cards available in church explaining the process of contributing electronically. Speak to our Business Manager with any questions. I continue to give thanks to God for the generosity I witness in the good people of Saint Barbara Parish. Whether it be the generosity shown to Pastoral Care and the contributions to our Food Pantry, or the donations made to First Fruits to help us in the maintenance and upkeep of our parish, or the contributions made in the Sunday collection to help us in the day to day operations of our parish all that you give is appreciated. May God bless us in our daily labors with good health and willing hearts, so that we may be able to continue our generous stewardship of Saint Barbara s in Brookfield. Desde el escritorio del Párroco Esta semana la oficina parroquial envió las Declaraciones de Contribuciones para el año Algunos feligreses usan esta información para ayudarles con sus impuestos anuales. Todos nuestros feligreses pueden usar este momento para considerar su nivel de corresponsabilidad a nuestra parroquia. Si usted contribuye sólo con dinero en efectivo y con monedas y no dentro de un sobre marcado con su nombre, esta es una oportunidad para formalizar su compromiso a Santa Bárbara y convertirse a ser un feligrés registrado. El uso de un sobre para sus contribuciones nos ofrece la oportunidad para agradecerle por su generosidad. También le da la capacidad para monitorear cuanto está donando a la parroquia cada mes. No es tan importante la cantidad de su contribución sino la necesidad de dar intencionalmente. Los que dan intencionalmente tienden a demostrar una verdadera corresponsabilidad a su Iglesia. Si Ud. es alguien que se ha convertido a ser un donante intencional, habiendose registrado como un feligrés y utilizando sobres para sus contribuciones, tal vez esta es una oportunidad para reflexionar sobre su nivel de corresponsabilidad. Como alguien que ha decidido ser parroquiano de Santa Bárbara, de vez en cuando es bueno considerar cómo está dando su tiempo, su talento y su tesoro. Seguirá en este nivel de compromiso con nuestra parroquia? Puede ofrecer algo más? También existe la posibilidad de dar electrónicamente. Algunos de nuestros feligreses están utilizando los servicios de Give Central para contribuir a Santa Bárbara. Hay tarjetas informativas en el templo explicando el proceso de contribuir electrónicamente. Llame a nuestra oficina con cualquier pregunta. Doy gracias a Dios por la generosidad de mucha gente en la Parroquia de Santa Bárbara. Si es la generosidad mostrada por las contribuciones a nuestra despensa de comida, o las donaciones a Primeros Frutos, la colecta para ayudarnos en el mantenimiento y cuidado de nuestra parroquia, o las contribuciones recibidas en la colecta dominical, que nos ayuda en las operaciones diarias de nuestra parroquia... todo lo que dan es apreciado. Que Dios nos bendiga en nuestras labores diarias con buena salud y un corazón dispuesto a servir, para que seamos capaces de continuar nuestra corresponsabilidad generosa a la Parroquia de Santa Bárbara en Brookfield.
4 St. Barbara Parish, Brookfield Mass Schedule SUNDAY, January 26 5:00(Sat)-+Dorothy Peters (CCW) +Donna Zayner (Family) 7:30-+Frank Massa (Andy and Mary Vana) +Estelle McEllogit (Family) 9:15 +Deceased Members of Kaupp Family 11:00-+Megan Soger (Edward Carey Family) +Patrick Kearney (Family) 12:30 -+Paula Enriquez y Wenceslado Urquico, +Guadalupe Barajas, Filemon Bellesteros MONDAY, January 27 St. Angela Merici 8:00-+ TUESDAY, January 28 St. Thomas Aquinas 8:00-+ WEDNESDAY, January 29 8:00-+ THURSDAY, January 30 8:00-+Fr. Damasus Pilarek OFM-CAP (Lee Mate) FRIDAY, January 31 St. John Bosco 8:00-+David Hayes (Taller de Jose) SATURDAY, February 1 8:00-+ 5:00-+Grace Vaculik (Campo Family) SUNDAY, February 2 7:30-Parishioners of St. Barbara 9: :00-+Richard Kozelka (Family) +Fiorevante Materozzo (Edvige Sancricca) 12:30 -+Natalio Llanos (Familia) +Joven Carlos Avila (Padres) Page Four Pray for Our Sick and Deceased Recemos por los enfermos y los que han fallecido May the healing hand of the Lord be with the sick: Linda Andrys, Theresa Brazda, Frank Brencic, Stefania Campo, Eleanor Carroll, Mary Ann Cebelinski, William DiVito, Jerri Donovan, Jeanne Eineman, Sharon Ermilio, Betty Franz, Joe Herek, Richard Higgins, Rosemary Ivanic, Fran Janacek, June Jamros, J.C. Jones, Bob and Pat Jones, Julia Joslyn, Marie Kasl, Barbara Laz, Nayola Laz, Jeffrey Lettieri, Ley Makowski, Laverne Mancini, Anthony Mase, Josh May, Robert Mendea, Isabel Betty Mersereau, Hugh Noble, Lisa Noble, Mary Nugent, Judith Ortiz, Patricia Petrik, Louis Pizza, Ronald Pleitner, Rick Plunkett, Ruth Pruitt, Sam Pruitt, Deacon Kevin Reynolds, Mark Riedler, David & Michael Rovner, Thomas Sanchez, Kevin Schultz, John Schuster, Dan Spacek, Robin Stuker, Judith Sweet, Nina Wood, Miroslav Zapletal Readings for the Week Monday: 2 Sm 5:1-7, 10; Ps 89:20-22, 25-26; Mk 3:22-30 Tuesday: 2 Sm 6:12b-15, 17-19; Ps 24:7-10; Mk 3:31-35 Wednesday: 2 Sm 7:4-17; Ps 89:4-5, 27-30; Mk 4:1-20 Thursday: 2 Sm 7:18-19, 24-29; Ps 132:1-5, 11-14; Mk 4:21-25 Friday: 2 Sm 11:1-4a, 5-10a, 13-17; Ps 51:3-7, 10-11; Mk 4:26-34 Saturday: 2 Sm 12:1-7a, 10-17; Ps 51:12-17; Mk 4:35-41 Sunday: Mal 3:1-4; Ps 24:7-10; Heb 2:14-18; Lk 2:22-40 [22-32] 5:00 pm Dorothy Ball Jim Vanecek Liturgical Appointments for February 1 2 Lectors Eucharis c Ministers Altar Servers Bread: Mary Barne e, Tony Carey, Elaine Bartucci Cup: Ted Zayner, Art Kovarik, Marie LeGros, Rich Slehofer 7:30 Mary Seely Amanda Moore Bread: Rose, Michelle, and Nicole Zapletal Cup: Carol Benda, Phyllis Lyons, Mike Czemske, Barbara Kratochvil 9:15 Carol Fran lla E. Disselhurst 11:00 Marcia Schroeder David Sauer Bread: Cate Hansen, Noel Thornton, Carol Mrazek Cup: Deacon Dave Brencic, Therese Kourim, Roseanne Carlson, Jane Motycka, Walter Moran, Barbara Johnson Bread: Greg Pardini, Tracy Schroeder, Sue Kucera Cup: Deacon John Debnar, Dolores Maciejewski, Maria Espinosa, Laura Mazman 12:30 pm Ministros de Comunion: Jose, Maria Medina y Maria Guerrero Altar Servers:
5 Third Sunday of Ordinary Time January 26, 2014 Page Five St. Barbara Parish January 19, 2014 Total Weekly Offering... $ 5, First Fruits.. $ La n America $ St. Mar n Sharing. $ Masses.. $ Don t forget First Fruits Collec on of February. Second collec on today is for La n America Market Day The next Market Day pick-up is Sat., Feb. 1st from 10:00 11:00 a.m. in the Parish Center. Orders are due by Wed., Jan. 29th. Order online, drop off in Market Day mailbox outside Rectory or call Marge at Two free products this month just for ordering! Order forms can be found in the back of church by the bulle ns or online at Remember you can also buy Market Day products at Gordon Food Service (GFS) stores and St. Barbara will s ll receive credit. Why not try Market Day products? You can get $5 off your first order by using the promo on code NEWFIVE when you spend $25. Light Weigh If you missed the orienta on for the Light Weigh One King 12-week Bible Study-DVD program coming to St. Barbara you can contact Jane at or by THIS EVENING to arrange to view the orienta on video. Light Weigh One King is coming to St. Barbara star ng Feb 9th. Would you like to break free from the vicious cycle of die ng or overcome another tempta on in your life? The Light Weigh One King program seeks to help people find freedom in Christ. New research shows church-based mee ngs increased people's success rates. There are no weigh-ins. Mass Attendance Coupon January Family Name: Grade(s): Religious Educa on News First Communion Mee ng Tomorrow: An important sacrament mee ng is scheduled for parents of children who are scheduled to receive their First Communion this spring. Please join us on Monday, January 27th, in the Windemere Room of the school at 7:00 p.m., for this essen al mee ng. We will share and discuss valuable informa on about the sacrament of Eucharist and the details of the ceremony. Please plan on a ending. Also at the mee ng, please be prepared to turn in the Family Informa on form verifying your acceptance of the First Communion Mass if you have not already turned it in. If changes need to be made, there will be an opportunity to do so that evening. Save the Date Confirma on Retreat: The retreat for all candidates being confirmed in May will be on Saturday, February 15th. Parents watch your mail for more details. Catechesis as a Ministry: In scripture Jesus says, Go, therefore, and make disciples of all na ons (Mt. 28:19). This call to pass on the faith is just as loud, clear, and urgent for us today as it was when Jesus called his original 12 apostles. For this reason we are asking the adults of the parish who are interested in teaching to consider becoming a catechist for the school year. Don t feel you are ready? Startup classes for catechists are offered through the Archdiocese of Chicago to prepare you to teach. If you are interested, please contact the Religious Educa on Office at or "No accidents, these lives of ours, created by a loving God with magnificent precision. The care and intricacy with which each human life is created---or as Isaiah and the psalmist tell it, kni ed together in our mother's wombs---bring the tragedy of abor on into sharp relief. To snuff out any life desired, created, loved, and given a purpose by God is an unspeakable tragedy." --Archbishop J. Peter Sartain, Archbishop of Sea le, "We are to be 'people of life, people for life'," The Catholic Northwest Progress, January 24, 2013.
6 St. Barbara Parish, Brookfield PROGRAMS AT THE WELL SPIRITUALITY CENTER A sponsored ministry of the Congrega on of St. Joseph. Oh Come On! Come Out and Play! (The Spirituality of Fun) Saturday, February 8:th 9:00 am 12:00 pm with facilitator Terry Nelson Johnson, from Old St. Pat s. To play is to explore, tease and challenge our perceived limits. To play is to access energy and take inten onal risks. To play is to remember that par cipa on trumps produc on. To play is to remember that laughter is healing and courageous and libera ng To play is to enter into Holy Communion with Jesus Player Par Excellence. So with respect to your marriage, your health, your job, voca on or lack of employment; with respect to your divorce, your re rement, your parents, your soul, your church, your world, your God Terry Nelson Johnson invites us to Come Out and Play! Cost: $30 Growing In Consciousness of Our Connectedness in the Cosmic Christ Saturday, March 1st: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm with facilitator Michael Crosby. Human beings have been called crea onbecoming-conscious-of-self. This insight becomes even more awesome when people of faith discover the Christ that is at the heart of everything in crea on. Michael Crosby will develop this theme that is discussed seminally in his book Repair My House: Becoming a Kindom Catholic. Cost: $60 - includes lunch. Advance registra on is appreciated. All programs are held at The Well Spirituality Center, located at The Congrega on of St. Joseph, 1515 W. Ogden Ave., LaGrange Park, To learn more about The Well s programs or to register, please call or Page Six Week of Jan. 26 Feb. 2 at St. Barbara s Monday, January 27 2:00pm 9:00pm Eucharis c Adora on (Church) 7:00pm First Communion Mee ng (Windemere Rm) 7:30pm 9:30pm Boy Scout Troop 59 (Prairie A & B) Tuesday, January 28 10:00am 11:00am AA Mee ng (Rectory Clubroom) 6:00pm 9:00pm CCW Board Mtg (Prairie A) 6:00pm 8:00pm YMCA Open House (School) 7:00pm 9:00pm Knight of Columbus (Prairie C) Wednesday, January 29 10:00am 11:00am AL-ANON Mee ng (Clubroom) 6:00pm 7:15pm Religious Ed Classes (School) Thursday, January 30 7:30pm 9:00pm Choir Prac ce 8:00pm 9:00pm AA Mee ng (Prairie B) Saturday, February 1 10:00am 11:00am Market Day (Gym) Men of St. Barbara Parish Why Join the Knights of Columbus? Imagine being part of an organiza on that fills your heart and your mind with the joy of giving to others and the feeling that comes with making a difference. Knights are Catholic men, 18yrs of age and older, who are commi ed to making their community a be er place, while suppor ng their Parish. Being a Knight is more than camaraderie: it is being involved with your community and it s suppor ng St. Barbara s Parish, while enhancing your own faith. It s about protec ng and enhancing your family life. The weekend of January 25th and 26yh, a er all the Masses, the Knights of Columbus will be here at St. Barbara s to answer any ques ons and begin the process of star ng a new council at the Parish. An informa onal mee ng will take place Tuesday, January 28th from 7:00--9:00 p.m. in the Parish Center. You can also visit our website at Pre-Cana Are you engaged and planning a wedding in the Catholic Church? Going through the process of Pre-Cana is required of all couples ge ng married in the church. Deacon Dave and Jane Brencic are now offering Pre- Cana classes here in the parish. The program consists of two two hour sessions and covers such topics as communica on, finances and building a strong rela onship. For more informa on, call
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