1 COMING EVENTS Monday, October 27 All-School Mass, 8:30 a.m., Church Saturday, November 1 All Saints Day / Todos los Santos 9 a.m. Bilingual Mass / Misa Bilingüe see pages 1, 3 and 6 for more info Weekend of November 1-2 All Souls Day / Día de los Muertos Commemoration of the Faithful Departed see pages 1, 3 and 6 for more info Sunday, November 2 Daylight Savings Ends 2 a.m., move clocks 1 hour back Monday-Thursday, November 3-6 Post-Halloween Candy Drive see page 5 for more info Tuesday, November 4 General Election Polling Place 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Lower Voss Friday, November 7 No School: Teacher Development Saturday, November 8 Bow and Hammer Concert see at right for more info Weekend of November 8-9 Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica in Rome Sunday, November 9 SVDP Youth Group Meeting & Coat Drive Sorting Noon to 2:30 p.m., Lower Church 4412 N. Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois The Guide Queen of Angels Parish October 26, 2014 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time HAVE A HAPPY, HOLY HALLOWEEN In 835 AD, Pope Gregory IV moved the celebration for all the martyrs (later All Saints Day) from May 13 to November 1. The night before (October 31) became known as All Hallows Even, or holy evening. Eventually the name was shortened in Scotland to Halloween. On November 2, the Church marks All Souls Day, sometimes celebrated as the Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) in memory of deceased loved ones. The purpose of these feasts is to remember all those who have died, including those holy people who are called Saints by the Church. Through the communion of saints, we are not limited by time and space, but stay connected to all of God s family from throughout the ages. Along with eating candy and dressing in costumes, Halloween and the days that follow are a great time to select a patron saint and say a prayer to your patron, share memories of a family member who has died, and donate to children and families in need (see candy drive info on page 5). JOIN US FOR ALL SOULS DAY ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Next weekend, November 1-2, we will mark the Commemoration of the Faithful Departed, also known as All Souls Day, at the 5 p.m. Saturday Mass and at all Sunday Masses. Please gather the names of deceased friends and relatives whom you would like to enroll in the Parish Remembrance Society, which is prayed for at Mass several times a month. Then write the names on the back of your All Souls envelope and return it in the collection. Funds go to individuals in need. Thank you! MUSIC MINISTRY UPDATES Choir: Interested in joining the choir? For this year's Festival Christmas Concert we will be singing Handel's Messiah and can welcome more voices to join for the entire season. Please contact for more info. The ArtsScene: The ArtsScene concert series presents Bow and Hammer, the fourth concert in the series, at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 8. Having been moved by the emotional power of repertoire for piano and violin, Bow and Hammer was born with the common goal of refreshing the relevancy of quality, complex music through poignant programs. Come hear this dynamic duo fresh from their international debut in Italy at the 2014 Orvieto Musica Festival. The concert is free but donations are accepted. Join the ArtsScene mailing list by sending an to BOY SCOUT PANCAKE BREAKFAST ON NOVEMBER 16 Please join Boy Scout Troop 894 for all-you-can-eat pancakes from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, November 16 in the Lower Church. Tickets will be sold at the door and are $6 for adults, $4 for seniors or children. There will also be a raffle for prizes and baked goods for purchase. Come join the fun, and help support your local Scouts! Mission Statement: Queen of Angels is a Christian Community joined in one Catholic Faith and nourished by the same sacramental life. We celebrate the diversity of our people through our spiritual life, sharing of faith and knowledge, enjoyment of one another, the concern for human needs and the stewardship of all we have. We undertake this challenge as Disciples of Jesus guided by His word and strengthened by His love.
2 Page Two Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 26, 2014 Parish Staff & Ministries Church: 2330 W. Sunnyside Ave. Voss Parish Center: 4412 N. Western Ave. Phone: Fax: Parish Website: parish.queenofangelschicago.org School Website: Office Hours: 8:30 a.m.- 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. 1 p.m. Saturday Closed Sundays Rev. Msgr. James T. Kaczorowski, Pastor Rev. Mr. Bienvenido Nieves, Deacon and wife, Maria Ms. Rachel Hohner, Parish Secretary Mr. Kent Jager, Music Director Ms. Maria Valdes Vargas, Director of Spanish Language Music QUEEN OF ANGELS PARISH SCHOOL Pre-school, Before- and After- School Programs Kindergarten through 8th Grade 4520 N. Western, , Fax Mrs. Julia Byrns Kelly, School Principal Mrs. Donna Kalom, School Secretary PARISH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Sunday Morning Religion (CCD) classes for students, Grades 1 through 8, not attending a Catholic School. Preparation for First Communion, First Reconciliation and 8th Grade and High School Student Confirmation 4520 N. Western , ext. 215 Ms. Rachel Hohner, Coordinator SPANISH LANGUAGE MINISTRY OFFICE La OFICINA de MINISTERIO HISPANO 4412 N. Western (4-8 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday; 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday) SPRED: FAITH FORMATION FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 4412 N. Western Mrs. Julie Hess, Coordinator SPRED website: To sign up for Online Giving: parish.queenofangelschicago.org/give-central/ GUILD HALL AND GYMNASIUM 4416 N. Western Bulletin Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday If you have an upcoming event or activity it is suggested you advertise it in our bulletin at least two weeks prior to the event. Send in a hard copy or send an to: Shorter articles may be faxed to We Remember Fr. Robert Botthof and Members of the Parish Remembrance Society We Pray For Francis Cardinal George, Coletta Schultz, Gregory Kaufmann, Roger Sullivan, Paul Wisniewski, Bonnie Michaels, Dale Maxwell, Tessie Banasiak, Jake LaGasse, Nancy Baer, Dolores Nieder, Jennifer Kelesogulu, John Schiro Sr. and John Schiro III Names will remain on Prayer List for one month from request unless resubmitted QUIGLEY SCHOLARS PROGRAM The Quigley Scholars Program, created by Francis Cardinal George, is for high schoolers who want to learn more about becoming a priest. Quigley Scholars are recommended by a parish priest, school and family. They are young men who like to help others, often are involved in their parish and apply themselves at school. Scholars can choose to come to either St. Joseph College Seminary or Mundelein Seminary for a session once a month from September through April. Activities include praying together, attending Mass, dinner and attending a faith sharing session with the college seminarians. Scholars who attend Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese may also apply for a $2,500 scholarship to help offset the cost of high school tuition. The program is open to teens in Catholic and public high schools, as well as homeschoolers. Young men can join at any level. To learn more about applying and to watch a short video, visit the website ALL ARE WELCOME! BIENVENIDOS! SCHEDULE FOR MASSES HORARIO DE MISAS Weekends Saturday 9 a.m. & 5 p.m. in English Sunday 8, 9:30 & 11 a.m. in English... Domingo 12:30 p.m. en español 6:30 p.m. at St. Benedict (2215 W. Irving Park Road) in English Monday through Friday Weekday Masses 8:30 a.m. Holy Day Masses 8:30 a.m. in English and 7 p.m. bilingual / bilingüe SACRAMENTS SACRAMENTOS Reconciliation (confessions) in English: Saturdays, 9:30-10 a.m. & 4-4:30 p.m. English Wedding and Baptism Arrangements Please phone the Voss Parish Center: Baptisms in English-Second Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. & Third Sundays at 2 p.m. Baptism Preparation Classes in English: First Tuesday of Every Month (excluding national holidays) Bautismos en Español - El primer sábado a las 11:30 a.m. y el cuarto domingo a las 2 p.m. Para Arreglar una Boda o un Bautismo Favor de llamar a la Oficina de Ministerio Hispano: Clases de preparación para bautismo en español son el segundo o tercer sábado de cada mes (excepto en días de fiesta nacional) Exposition & Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament: Friday 9 a.m.-10 a.m. Homebound: Call the Parish Center to arrange communion in home for those unable to attend Mass. Please register at the Voss Parish Center or at the Welcome Table in the church after any Mass. If you are a Catholic who has not yet been Confirmed, or a member of another religion who would like to learn more about our Catholic Faith and Church, and perhaps even become a Catholic, please phone or visit the parish office. Welcome to you!
3 October 26, 2014 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Page Three BUILDING ON 100 YEARS OF CARING AND SHARING Love From the Heart For the last few Sundays, the Gospel readings started with some encounter between Jesus and the Pharisees. Today is a repeat of that exchange. One of their members, an expert in the law, posed the question to Jesus, Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the law? The Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament, listed about 613 laws. So the lawyer wanted an answer from Jesus as to which of this number was most important. Jesus had a response with two simple rules: Love God and love your neighbor. He went on to say that the whole law and all the prophecies were built on these two commandments. This must have been a shock to the lawyer who, by profession, saw every detail of the law. Looking at what was important for Jesus in his ministry we see that, in addition to being connected with his Father, he had great love for all people he encountered in his daily life. Jesus wanted the people of his time (and ours, too) to be aware of the great love God had for them; hence, the goodness shown by Jesus in healing. If we stop and reflect, God has been unbelievably generous to us. It is apparent in countless ways all of creation is a gift from God, the life we ve been given, the air we breathe, the splendor of the seasons which is always beyond words, health, love of family, etc. May I suggest that once in a while we take a few moments on our way to work, or before we close our eyes at night, to let God s goodness and love sink deeply into our minds and hearts and then whisper, Thank you, God. The psalmist, in the responsorial psalm of today s liturgy helps us express our love for God when he says, I love you, Lord, my strength. He gives all kinds of reasons why God is our security and hope. Some of the images the psalmist uses in describing God are worth meditating upon: God is a rock for us, our strength, our deliverer from evil and pain, a shield of protection as we move through each day, a stronghold who never waivers, but who pleads with us to trust this God. God cares for us as no one in this world can. The second part of the commandment which Jesus gave to the lawyer has a different twist to it: Love your neighbor as yourself. The question that follows for us is: How much do we love ourselves in a genuinely healthy way? As the old adage says, Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. The challenge is to give to others the same kind of loving treatment you give yourself. And, who are those others to whom we are invited to extend love and care? A second look at the first reading from the book of Exodus will throw light on this question. The writer points out that our neighbor not only includes family and friends, but strangers, the widow, homeless, the poor and the very neediest in society. Enough said! So, who might be the neediest in your life experience, who are the strangers? They may not live next door to you, but they belong to God s family and to the vast community of which each of us is a member. In other words, all people come under the umbrella of love your neighbor as yourself. When love is rooted in the heart, rather than in the details of the laws, it sees the genuineness of another person, of the one in need, of the neighbor next door, of the one who looks different than me. When our actions come from the heart, they are filled with compassion and care. Ask Jesus how to keep the two great commandments of loving God and loving neighbor. Let God teach you today! Monsignor Jim Kaczorowski CANDY CANE CARNIVAL WILL BE NOVEMBER 22 Tired of the same old craft fair? Want something new and fresh? Then we have something for you! The annual Queen of Angels Craft Fair has been retooled and is now the Candy Cane Carnival and will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, November 22 in the Guild Hall. There will be more things for children to do. New activities include a reindeer fun run, paint your own pottery, fast pitch, bouncy house and bouncy boxing, a double shot basketball, an exotic animal show, the dancing heads (like jib jab: make a DVD of your family in front of a green screen with your head and a cartoon body dancing and singing). Some favorites will return such as Breakfast and Lunch with Santa, the North Pole, Santa s Saloon, all new vendors selling new items, homemade holiday gifts made by our schoolchildren and, of course, the Sugar Plum Bakery. So, mark your calendars and get ready to kick off the holidays with fun and frolic and the Candy Cane Carnival! See you there! Join us this week at special Masses for holy days of prayer and remembrance: ALL SAINTS DAY ~ not a Holy Day of Obligation this year ~ Saturday, November 1 only one Mass at 9 a.m. in English and Spanish (The Saturday 5 p.m. Mass in English is in anticipation of All Souls Day, not for All Saints.) ALL SOULS DAY (COMMEMORATION OF THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED) Saturday, November 1 5 p.m. Mass in English Sunday, November 2 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Masses in English 12:30 p.m. Mass in Spanish
4 Page Four Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 26, 2014 BAPTISMS/BAUTISMOS Jason Daniel Grabowski, child of Janet and Charles Jacqueline Noesen, child of Edith Amaya Rose Burton-Rivera, child of Jacquelyn and Anthony Desmond Francis Dunne, child of Michelle and Conor Lydia Natalia Foster, child of Arina and George Archer Schaffer Linde, child of Kathryn and Kevin REMEMBER A LOVED ONE AT MASS Mass intentions may be offered in the name of friends or relatives, living or deceased, for special prayers or on the occasions of death anniversaries, birthdays, wedding anniversaries, illnesses or surgeries. Suggested donation $10 per Mass. For more information, call BECOME FIT AND STRONG! Chicagoland Methodist Senior Services is sponsoring Fit and Strong, a physical activity program for adults 66 years and older with osteoarthritis. The program has shown direct impact on leg strength, flexibility, walking speed and other markers linked to reduce chance of falls. The program will meet from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays October 27 to December 19 at Winwood Apartments, 1406 W. Winona. Call SPECIAL COLLECTIONS November 1 All Saints Day November 2 All Souls Day November 2 Lyman Scholarship Fund (with regular collection) November 23 Sharing: Maternity BVM Parish (with regular collection) November 23 Catholic Campaign for Human Development November 27 Thanksgiving / St. Vincent de Paul WEEKLY COLLECTION SUMMARY Weekend of: Sunday Envelopes Number of envelopes: Collected amount: Percent of total: Loose Collection Collected amount: Percent of total: Give Central Projected amount: Percent of total: ParishPay Projected amount: Percent of total: October 18 & $3, % $1, % $1, % $ % October 11 & $4, % $1, % $1, % $ % Total Collection: $7, $8, Many thanks to all who sacrifice and share to support the ministries of Queen of Angels! SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT depaul REFLECTS: In this Sunday s Gospel, we find the truth that loving God isn t merely a matter of fervor in our hearts, but that it must be expressed in doing well for the sake of others. This month, through your gifts, the Society of St. Vincent depaul was able to show that we indeed love our neighbors by assisting four families by providing referrals as well as help with rent and transportation for those suffering a loss of income due to disability or unemployment. Thank you! SPRED NEEDS YOU TO VOLUNTEER Did you know that the SPRED Ministry in the Parish Center has three SPRED communities? We volunteers share our lives and grow in faith with special persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In addition, at Queen of Angels, we are also a Resource Center for SPRED parishes around the Archdiocese of Chicago. Twice yearly, training is provided by Queen of Angels catechists to ensure new volunteers are comfortable in their roles and can appreciate the importance of the environment in SPRED to quiet oneself through creative work to be open to understanding God s love for us. This past October 4, 11 Helper Catechists were trained. These eleven catechists are now sharing their friendship and faith with Special Friends with disabilities in parishes in Chicago and the North, Northwest, and South Suburbs. We still need catechists at Queen of Angels, especially on Wednesday and Thursday nights. Would you like to share your friendship and faith in a small faith community? Do you feel God is calling you to this ministry? If you do, please contact Julia Hess at the SPRED Office at Queen of Angels Parish Center, or Betty Rogus, Leader Catechist, IS YOUR COMPANY CONNECTED TO THE UNITED WAY? If yes, then please write in the Learning Resource Program at Queen of Angels. Donations will benefit our Learning Resource Program which continues to make education inclusive and excellent for all of our students here at Q of A. Students who have learning challenges such as autism, dyslexia and hearing loss benefit from the additional staff and resources the Learning Resource Program offers as do advanced learners who require additional challenges and opportunities to explore. Note: our program name will not appear in the official United Way list; however, writing in the Learning Resource Program at Queen of Angels is acceptable and very much appreciated!
5 October 26, 2014 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Page Five SPREAD THE SWEETNESS: POST-HALLOWEEN CANDY DRIVE Trick-or-treating presents a unique opportunity to teach our kids about sharing. In the days directly following Halloween, the Queen of Angels Commons Community Service Team will host The Great Halloween Giveaway Project. This is an opportunity for children to donate some of their candy to the Ronald McDonald house located in the Streeterville area near Lurie Children s Hospital. This house will help keep 86 families of hospitalized children together each night. Donate one piece, a handful or bagful of candy. The drive promotes sharing in a way children of any age can understand. Encouraging our children to serve others by giving away what they themselves would like to keep begets a powerful lesson in being grateful and generous. We hope your family will participate and make this Halloween a fun time for giving as well as receiving. Didn t get as many trick-or-treaters as you thought you d have? Need leftover Halloween candy out of your house? Donate it to the drive! The drive will run from Monday, November 3 to Thursday, November 6 with drop boxes in the school office and the preschool wing of the school. Contact Julie Buckert with questions at RETREAT FOR YOUNG ADULTS Too much confusion in your life? Pulled in a million directions? You re not the only one. In the midst and pace 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 day long retreat on November 1 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. Registration closes October 29. Visit for information and registration. Charis Ministries is a Jesuit ministry to those in their 20s and 30s. Prayer for To Teach Who Christ Is Loving God, your Son Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life. As friends of Jesus, we follow his way, believe his truth, and live his life. Fill us with the desire to follow the law of love Jesus taught us. Bless our parish campaign: To Teach Who Christ Is. May we find in our hearts a generous spirit that flows from our love of God s Church. May Mary, Queen of Angels, fill our hearts with the desire to share God s gifts generously. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. CATHOLICTV NETWORK AVAILABLE Visit CatholicTV.com as an easy way to petition your cable or satellite provider in an effort to get this Catholic TV network in our area. Please help provide this upbeat and youthful resource locally and to the entire nation. STILL TIME TO HELP NEIGHBORS Empty your closets for coats, jackets and snowsuits to contribute to the Society of St. Vincent depaul Coat Drive continuing through the end of October. Boxes for collection are now in the church gathering space. Members of our SVDP youth group are also collecting coats and other winter gear. Let someone feel the warmth of Christ through your generous donation. Coats are needed in all sizes for babies, children, teens and adults. Please help someone stave off the cold this winter season. Thank you for your generosity. SHED LIGHT ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Father Chuck Dahm, OP, joined us at each Mass last weekend to share his expertise on the subject of domestic violence. Our parish is beginning an important discussion to raise awareness about Domestic Violence issues and how domestic violence affects families in our community. To join local efforts to raise awareness about this issue and to help victims get the support they deserve, a Domestic Violence Action Committee has been formed at Queen of Angels. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. on Monday, November 10 at the Parish Center. For more info, please contact the parish office at or The following information has been provided as a resource by the Archdiocese of Chicago. Ways you can help prevent domestic & sexual violence: Respect yourself and others. Expect to be respected. Know that YOU have the power to make a difference. Educate yourself and others on the reality of domestic and sexual violence. Lessen the stigma for victims by openly speaking about how it affects all. Believe and support victims. Understand the many barriers that make leaving abusive relationships difficult. Help end victim blaming by speaking up when you hear or read it. Have ongoing conversations with youth about healthy relationships and sexual respect. Model the use of respectful language, sowing empathy and treating others as equals. Challenge society s narrow definition of manhood where men are aggressive and controlling and women and girls are sexually objectified. Promote positive parenting and offer support to struggling parents. Practice bystander intervention: safely stop or prevent violence when you see it. Believe that a safer world is possible. If you are seeking help, contact the National Hotline at SAFE or the State of Illinois Helpline at Learn about the mission and resources of the Archdiocesan Domestic Abuse Outreach program by logging onto and select Domestic Violence Committee.
6 Page Six Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 26, 2014 CONSTRUYENDO EN 100 AÑOS DE COMPARTIR Y CUIDAR Amor del Corazon Los últimos domingos las lecturas del Evangelio empezaron con algún encuentro entre Jesús y los fariseos. Hoy se repite ese intercambio. Uno de los miembros, un experto en la ley, le hizo la pregunta a Jesús, Maestro: Cuál es el mandamiento más grande en la ley? El Tora, los primeros cinco libros del Viejo Testamento, enlistaba alrededor de 613 leyes. Así que el abogado quería una respuesta de Jesús de cual de este número era más importante. Jesús tenía una respuesta con dos simples reglas: Amar a Dios y Amar a tu Prójimo. El continuó diciendo que toda la ley y todas las profecías se habían formado de estos dos mandamientos. Esto debe haber sido una sorpresa para el abogado quien, por profesión, veía cada detalle de la ley. Viendo a lo que era importante para Jesús en su ministerio vemos que, además de estar conectado con su Padre, él tenía gran amor por toda la gente que se encontraba en su vida diaria. Jesús quería que la gente de su tiempo (y la nuestra, también) supieran del gran amor que Dios tenía por ellos; de ahí, la bondad mostrada por Jesús en sanación. Si nos detenemos y reflexionamos, Dios ha sido increíblemente generoso con nosotros. Es aparente en innumerables maneras toda la creación es un regalo de Dios, la vida que se nos ha dado, el aire que respiramos, el esplendor de las estaciones el cual siempre está más allá de las palabras, salud, amor de familia, etc. Puedo sugerir que de vez en cuando tomemos unos momentos en nuestro camino al trabajo, o antes de cerrar nuestros ojos en la noche para dejar que la bondad y amor de Dios se hundan profundamente en nuestras mentes y corazones y entonces murmuren, Gracias, Dios. El salmista, en el salmo responsorial de la liturgia de hoy nos ayuda a expresar nuestro amor por Dios cuando dice, Te amo, Señor, mi fuerza. Él nos da toda clase de razones de porque Dios es nuestra seguridad y esperanza. Vale la pena meditar en algunas de las imágenes que el salmista usa al describir a Dios: Dios es una roca para nosotros, nuestra fortaleza, el que nos libra del diablo y el dolor, un escudo de protección al movernos a través de cada día, una fortaleza que nunca abandona, sino que nos pide que confiemos en este Dios. Dios nos cuida como nadie en este mundo puede hacerlo. La segunda parte del mandamiento que Jesús le dio al abogado tiene un giro diferente: Ama a tu Prójimo como a ti Mismo. La pregunta que sigue para nosotros es: Cuánto nos amamos a nosotros mismos en una manera verdaderamente saludable? Como dice el adagio, Trata a los demás como te gustaría que te traten a ti. El reto es dar a los demás la misma clase de tratamiento amoroso que te das a ti mismo. Y quiénes son esos otros a quienes se nos invita a extender amor y cuidado? Una segunda mirada a la primera lectura del libro de Éxodo nos echará luz en esta pregunta. El escritor señala que nuestro prójimo no solo incluye familia y amigos, sino extraños, la viuda, las personas sin hogar, los pobres y los más necesitados en la sociedad. Suficiente dicho! Así que: Quién será el más necesitado en la experiencia de sus vidas, quienes son los extraños? Ellos pueden no vivir al lado de ustedes pero pertenecen a la familia de Dios y a la vasta comunidad de la cual cada uno de nosotros es un miembro. En otras palabras, toda la gente está en la misma categoría de ama a tu prójimo como a ti mismo. Cuando el amor esta enraizado en el corazón más que en los detalles de las leyes, ve lo genuino de la otra persona, del que está necesitado, del vecino de al lado, de aquel que se ve diferente a mí. Cuando nuestras acciones salen del corazón, están llenas de compasión y cuidado. Pregunta a Jesús como guardar los dos grandes mandamientos de amar a Dios y amar a tu prójimo. Deja que Dios te enseñe hoy! Monseñor Jim Kaczorowski COMITÉ GUADALUPANO Habrá venta de comida hoy en el sótano de la Iglesia y también el próximo domingo 2 de Noviembre, para recaudar fondos para la Celebración de la Virgen de Guadalupe y para ayudar a la Iglesia. Si les gustaría ayudar, llamar al Es tu primera vez en nuestra parroquia? Bienvenidos! Se ha mudado recientemente? Que Dios bendiga su nuevo hogar! Por favor visite o contacte la oficina parroquial al para registrarse o arreglar su registración actual. Gracias! Invitamos el próximo fin de semana a las Misas especiales para días santos de oración y recordatorio: DÍA DE TODOS LOS SANTOS Sábado, 1 Noviembre ~ no está un Día de Precepto este año ~ solamente una Misa de las 9 a.m. en inglés y español (La Misa de las 5 p.m. en inglés será en anticipación de la Conmemoración de Todos los Fieles Difuntos, no para Todos los Santos.) DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS (CONMEMORACIÓN DE TODOS LOS FIELES DIFUNTOS) Sábado, 1 Noviembre 5 p.m. Misa en inglés Domingo, 2 Noviembre 8, 9:30 y 11 a.m. Misas en ingles 12:30 p.m. Misa en español
7 October 26, 2014 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Our Week s Work and Prayers P age Seven Monday, October 27 All-School Mass, 8:30 am, Church Confirmation Prep Class, 6:45 pm, Lower Voss School Board Meeting, 7 pm, Upper Voss Alcoholics Anonymous, 7 pm, Upper Voss Tuesday, October 28 Chorister Rehearsal, 3:15 pm, Lower Church Overeaters Anonymous, 5:15 pm, Upper Voss Boy Scouts, 6:30 pm, Lower Church SPRED Session & Observation, 6:30 pm, Upper Voss RCIA Session, 7 pm, Pastor s Parlor Alcoholics Anonymous, 7:30 pm, Lower Voss Wednesday, October 29 Drama Club, 3:15 pm, Lower Church Cherub Choir Rehearsal, 5 pm, Lower Church Choristers Rehearsal, 6:15pm, Lower Church PEACE Program 8th Grade Test Prep, 6 to 8:30 pm, Upper Voss SPRED Session, 7 pm, Upper Voss Adult Choir and Schola Angelorum Rehearsal, 7:30 pm, Lower Church Thursday, October 30 Girl Scouts, 6 pm, Lower Voss Circulo de Oración, 6:30 pm, Sótano y Cocina de la Iglesia, Salón de Música SPRED Session & Observation, 7 pm, Upper Voss Big 10 Basketball League Meeting, 7 pm, Upper Voss Men s Club Basketball, 9 pm, Guild Hall Gym Friday, October 31 Halloween Eucharistic Adoration, 9 am to 10 am, Church Choristers Rehearsal, 3:15 pm, Lower Church Estudio de la Biblia, 6:30 pm, Cocina de la Iglesia Saturday, November 1 All Saints Pre-Cana, 8 am, Lower Voss Bilingual Mass for All Saints Day, 9 am, Church Rosary, 9:30 am, Church Bautismos 11:30 am, Iglesia Mass for All Souls Day, 5 pm, Church Thanksgiving Food Drive, after 5 pm Mass, Gathering Space Sunday, November 2 Daylight Savings Ends; All Souls Commemoration of the Faithful Departed, at all Masses, Church Thanksgiving Food Drive, after all Masses, Gathering Space Choir Rehearsals, 9 am to 12 noon, Lower Church Children s Liturgy of the Word, 9:30 am, Church Reunión de Ministros, 10:30 am, Cocina de la Iglesia CCD Classes, 10:45 am, School Venta Guadalupana de Comida, 1:30 pm, Cocina de la Iglesia Men s Club Basketball, 8 pm, Guild Hall Gym IT S TIME FOR GIVECENTRAL.ORG GiveCentral.org is a secure online system where parishioners can create individual giving profiles with payment from direct debit (ACH) or credit cards. By giving electronically, you save Queen of Angels time and money, and your gifts make it in even if you don t. Click the blue Donate Now button on the parish website, parish.queenofangelschicago.org! If you need assistance, call Tom at MONDAY, OCTOBER 27 Eph 4:32-5:8 Ps 1:1-2, 3, 4 and 6 Lk 13:10-17 Fiona Catherine Sleggs TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28 STS. SIMON & JUDE Eph 2:19-22 Ps 19:2-3, 4-5 Lk 6:12-16 Eduviges Velez WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29 Eph 6:1-9 Ps 145:10-11, 12-13ab, 13cd-14 Lk 13:22-30 Narciso Dimaano Birthday THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 Eph 6:10-20 Ps 144:1b, 2, 9-10 Lk 13:31-35 Genevieve Schiro Birthday Ann Armutat FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31 Phil 1:1-11 Ps 111:1-2, 3-4, 5-6 Lk 14:1-6 Grammy Reutell Birthday Klaas Witvoet Birthday Barbara Jean Via SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 ALL SAINTS Rv 7:2-4, 9-14 Ps 24:1bc-2, 3-4ab, Jn 3:1-3 Mt 5:1-12a 9:00 MORNING MASS (Bilingual for All Saints) Ann and Fritz Armutat 5:00 MASS OF ANTICIPATION FOR SUNDAY Parish Remembrance Society SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 ALL SOULS DAY Wis 3:1-9 Ps 23:1-3a, 3b-4, 5, 6 Rom 5:5-11 or Rom 6:3-9 Jn 6: :00 SUNDAY MORNING MASS Ann and Fritz Armutat Parish Remembrance Society 9:30 SUNDAY MORNING MASS Narciso, Eufrosina, Pedro & Leticia Dimaano Parish Remembrance Society 11:00 SUNDAY MORNING MASS Hortencia Alvarado Parish Remembrance Society Rodolfo Gaytan 12:30 MISA DOMINICAL EN ESPAÑOL Sociedad Parroquial de Recordatorio THOUGHT ABOUT PRIESTHOOD? Is the Lord inviting you to know, love and serve Him more closely in priesthood or consecrated life? If you think God is calling you to be a priest, contact Fr. Francis Bitterman at or or visit For info on religious life, contact the Office for Religious/CAVA at or call For information about the Permanent Diaconate program contact Deacon Bob Puhala at or
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